Coach Donnie Marbut: Resumes and other records that exaggerate his credentials (all are PDFs).
Washington State Cougar media guide, 2005:
Contains false athletic achievements and refers to a non-existent teaching certificate.
WSU course catalog, 2005:
Shows a master's degree from St. Martin's College in Lacy. Marbut never earned the degree.
WSU athletic department Web site:
A biography of Marbut contains his false athletic and academic claims. One copy was pulled from the Web site after Times reporters began asking questions; another copy remained on the site as of Wednesday, March 22.
Biographical data sheet:
Marbut filled out this form for WSU's Human Resources Department after he was hired in August 2003. He falsely claimed a "certificate" from St. Martin's.
Resume submitted to WSU:
Marbut claimed a "teaching certification" from St. Martin's when he applied to the WSU in 2003.
Edmonds Community College job applications: On two applications, Marbut claimed a teaching certificate he now admits he never earned.
Phony purchase order:
Marbut submitted this Edmonds Community College invoice for "sports bags" from a California company that sells only protein powder. Players say Marbut sold them the supplement.
Personal check for field rental:
The Seattle A's baseball club gave Marbut a check and noted the payment was for renting the Edmonds Community College baseball fields. Marbut says the money actually covered private instruction he provided two players. Edmonds officials say Marbut should have paid the school for the use of its facilities either way.