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Trainers, Managers, and Non-Coaching Staff. University of Memphis Athletic Compliance Office. Overview. Personnel Recruiting Playing & Practice Awards & Benefits. Personnel.

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trainers managers and non coaching staff

Trainers, Managers, and Non-Coaching Staff

University of Memphis

Athletic Compliance Office

overview
Overview
  • Personnel
  • Recruiting
  • Playing & Practice
  • Awards & Benefits
personnel
Personnel
  • Any individual that participates (in any manner) in the coaching of a team in practice, games or organized activity must be counted against that sports coaching limitations.
    • Ex. Head Coach, Associate Head Coach, Assistant Head Coach, Assistant Coach, Graduate Assistant Coach, e.g.
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Personnel
  • Any individual that is involved in Non-coaching activities do not count against that sports coaching limit provided such individuals:
    • Are not identified as coaches
    • Are not involve in any 0ff-campus recruitment of PSA or scouting of opponents.
    • Do not engage in any on- or off-field coaching activities
      • Attending meetings involving coaching activities
      • Analyzing videotape or film involving the institution’s or opponent’s team
    • Ex. Administrative Assistants, Office Coordinator, Academic Counselors, Managers, Trainers, Director of Operations, Strength & Conditioning Coaches, Director of Player Personnel, Videographer, SID, etc.
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Overview
  • Personnel
  • Recruiting
  • Playing & Practice
  • Awards & Benefits
recruiting
Recruiting
  • REPRESENTATIVE OF ATHLETICS INTEREST
    • Promotes or has involvement in promoting the intercollegiate athletics department;
    • Made financial contributions to the athletics department or athletics booster club;
    • Assist or have been ask to assist in recruitment of prospective student-athletes;
    • Assist or have assisted in providing benefits to enrolled student-athletes or their parents;
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Recruiting
  • CONTACT
    • Any face-to-face encounter and exchange of dialogue in excess of a greeting.
    • Any prearranged, face-to-face encounter even if no conversation occurs; or
    • Any face-to-face encounter at:
      • Prospect’s educational institution.
      • Site of organized competition or
    • Not a contact, provided:
      • The encounter was not prearranged;
      • There is no engagement in any dialogue in excess of a greeting; and
      • Appropriate steps are taken to terminate the encounter.
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Recruiting
  • EVALUATION
    • Any off-campus activity designed to assess the academic qualifications or athletics ability of a prospective student-athlete; or
    • Observation of a prospective student-athlete participating in any practice or competition at any site.
    • Permissible for authorized athletics department staff members to be involved in off-campus activities designed to assess the academic qualifications and playing ability of prospective student-athletes.
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Recruiting
  • Non-permissible:
    • Off-campus recruiting
    • Calling a PSA prior to PSA signing NLI.
    • Can not serve as host during PSA visit.
  • Permissible:
    • Can contact PSA on campus or within 30 miles of campus during PSA official visit
  • *This is not an exhaustive list, thus any activities not listed would have to be evaluated per institutional discretion.*
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Overview
  • Personnel
  • Recruiting
  • Playing & Practice
  • Awards & Benefits
practice playing
Practice & Playing
  • Countable Athletically Related Activities (CARA)
    • Required activity with an athletics purpose.
      • At the direction of or supervised by a coach.
    • Exclusions:
      • Administrative meetings.
      • Activities incidental to participation.
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Practice & Playing
  • In-Season Hour Limitations
    • Maximum of 20 hours per week.
    • Maximum of four hours per day.
      • Golf practice rounds.
      • Multi-sport student-athletes.
    • Competition day = three hours.
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Practice & Playing
  • Out-of-Season Hour Limitations
    • Must take two days off per week.
    • Limited to eight hours per week.
    • Prohibited one week prior to final exams until conclusion of final exams.
    • Permissible activities.
      • Weight training
      • Conditioning
      • Skill instruction or film review in football (limited to two hours per week).
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Practice & Playing
  • Non-permissible:
    • Analyze videotape/film involving team or opponents
    • Scouting opponents
    • Observe practice for evaluation
    • Set up offenses, defenses, or strategy
    • Provide analysis of a practice strategy
  • *This is not an exhaustive list, thus any activities not listed would have to be evaluated per institutional discretion.*
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Practice & Playing
  • Permissible:
    • Sit on bench
    • Work with Schedule
    • Assign Equipment
    • Splicing game film
    • Keeping play chart, statistics
    • Be in basketball huddle provided no coaching occurs
    • Observe practice (but not for evaluation)
  • *This is not an exhaustive list, thus any activities not listed would have to be evaluated per institutional discretion.*
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Overview
  • Personnel
  • Recruiting
  • Playing & Practice
  • Awards & Benefits
awards benefits
Awards & Benefits
  • Definition of Extra Benefit
    • Any special arrangement by an institutional employee or a booster to provide a student-athlete or a student-athlete’s relative or friend a benefit not permitted by NCAA legislation.
  • A benefit that is generally available to the student body or a segment of the student body determined on a basis unrelated to athletics ability is permissible.
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Awards & Benefits

Non-Permissible

  • Use of institutional telephones, long distance access codes or credit cards for personal reasons.
  • Use of institutional copy machines and fax machines for personal reasons.
  • An automobile or use of an automobile.
  • Loan of money, signing or cosigning of loans or guarantee of bond.
  • Cash or like items (e.g., gift certificates).
  • Tangible items (e.g., clothing, cars, jewelry).
  • Impermissible academic services (e.g., typing reports, papers, letters for a student-athlete).

Permissible

  • Tracking Academics (e.g., monitoring class attendance and tutoring attendance)
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Awards & Benefits
  • Apparel/Equipment
    • Non-permissible
      • Give SA surplus or unused apparel
      • Give SA old or discarded equipment
      • SA may NOT purchase extra apparel or equipment for personal use at a reduced rate
      • SA may NOT sell apparel or equipment that was issued to them.
    • Permissible
      • SA can retain APPAREL items NOT equipment that they have used themselves.
        • Ex. Practice shorts, shirts, shoes and warm-ups.
      • SA can retain APPAREL items that are no longer being used by the team at the University’s discretion
        • Ex. Team received new uniforms and are no longer using the old.
      • SA can purchase used equipment at the same rate it would be offered to non-athletes
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Awards & Benefits
  • Occasional Meals
    • Parent of a student-athlete.
      • At any location.
    • Institutional staff member.
      • Any location in the locale of the institution.
      • May provide reasonable local transportation to attend.
    • Representative of athletics interests.
      • Only in an individual’s home.
      • May provide reasonable local transportation only if the meal is in the home of the representative of athletics interests.
summary
Summary
  • Personnel
  • Recruiting
  • Practice & Playing
  • Awards & Benefits

Remember,

Ask Before You Act!

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