Prosecutors say her parents, Davina, 55, and Bruce, 61, the president of a real estate development firm, spent more than $600,000 to get Lauren and her sister into UCLA and USC with fake athletic credentials.
Salcedo is now facing a conspiracy to commit racketeering charge.
Salcedo was one of the suspects allegedly involved in a bribery scheme helping admit students to universities as student-athletes who had not played the sport competitively. She was accepted to the university in June 2016 as a recruited soccer player after her parents, Bruce and Davina, allegedly paid for her admittance with $100,000 worth of Facebook stock.
Isackson was given jersey No. 41 in 2017 on a team of all star players and required to stay on the side for at least one year.
Lauren Isackson is listed on the 2017 UCLA women's soccer team roster, despite no record of her having any playing time, according to a report published Wednesday by the Los Angeles Times.
"Some team members are on the roster for the purposes of preparing the team for competition, and may not play in games", UCLA Tod Tamberg told the newspaper Monday, adding that Isackson was no longer on the soccer team, but was still a student at UCLA. Prosecutors said Isackson had no competitive soccer experience before going to UCLA, according to the Los Angeles Times. Salcedo also received a check for $100,000, drawn from Singer's fake charitable account, in October 2018 for his help in enrolling the son of another prospective student.
Salcedo won three national championships with UCLA as a player in the 1990s.
Salcedo has guided the Bruins to six Pac-12 titles and 14 NCAA championship appearances in the last 15 seasons.