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Division III Athletically Related Activities. 2011 NCAA Regional Seminars Jeff Myers Kristin Nesbitt. Overview. General Principle. Strength and Conditioning. Nonorganized Sport Specific Activities. Outside Teams. Student-Athlete Interaction with Athletics Staff. Golf, Rowing and Tennis.

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division iii athletically related activities

Division III Athletically Related Activities

2011 NCAA Regional Seminars

Jeff Myers

Kristin Nesbitt

overview
Overview
  • General Principle.
  • Strength and Conditioning.
  • Nonorganized Sport Specific Activities.
  • Outside Teams.
  • Student-Athlete Interaction with Athletics Staff.
  • Golf, Rowing and Tennis.
  • Bylaw 17 New Look.
general principle
General Principle
  • Regulated to minimize interference with academic programs of student-athletes.

NCAA Bylaw 17.01.1

general rule
General Rule
  • The declared playing season for a sport is the only time an institution is permitted to conduct athletically related activities…
    • With exceptions.
strength and conditioning
Strength and Conditioning

Several exceptions involve strength and conditioning workouts:

  • May provide individualized workout program.

17.02.1.1-(f)

  • May monitor voluntary individual workouts for health and safety purposes.

17.02.1.1-(e)

  • Certified strength and conditioning coach may conduct voluntary workouts.

17.02.1.1.1-(f) Proposal 2011-(7-1)

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NCAA Proposal 2011-(7-1)
  • Conducting out-of-season workouts:
    • Strength and conditioning coach is certified.
    • Workout is voluntary.
    • Occurs during the academic year.
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Proposal 2011-(7-1)
  • Academic year:
    • Start of fall classes to commencement.
    • Summer terms are not considered part of academic year.
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Proposal 2011-(7-1)

Permissible?

  • Strength and conditioning coach sets aside a time in the weight room in which he will be conducting strength workouts.
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Proposal 2011-(7-1)
  • It depends.
    • Reservation of facilities- 17.02.1.1-(i).
    • Voluntary? 17.02.13-(b).
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Proposal 2011-(7-1)

Permissible?

  • Strength and conditioning coach hangs a poster in the weight room for each sport indicating certain conditioning milestones.
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Proposal 2011-(7-1)
  • No.
    • 17.02.13-(c) – student-athlete’s attendance and participation should not be recorded for purposes of reporting information to coaches or student-athletes.
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Proposal 2011-(7-1)
  • Voluntary:

– No reporting back.

– Initiated by the student-athlete.

– No recording of attendance or participation.

– No penalty or award.

Bylaw 17.02.13

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Proposal 2011-(7-1)

Permissible?

  • Strength and conditioning coach runs student-athletes through a circuit in which the conditioning activities incorporate sport specific techniques.
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Proposal 2011-(7-1)

No.

The sport specific technique would constitute sport skill instruction which is not permissible under this exception.

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Proposal 2011-(7-1)
  • What are the requirements for a strength and conditioning coach to be “certified”.
    • Must be a national certification.
      • What constitutes a national certification.
nonorganized sport specific activities
Nonorganized sport specific activities

Outside the season, it is impermissible for an institution's coaching staff member to observe student-athletes in pick-up games in the coaching staff member's sport.

Bylaw 17.02.1.1-(k)

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Nonorganized sport specific activities

Q. Baseball and softball coaches are having lunch together in the gym. Some volleyball student-athletes come in and start a pick-up volleyball game. Can the coaches watch them play?

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Nonorganized sport specific activities

A. Yes. The rule prohibiting coaches from observing student-athletes engaged in athletically related activity outside of the season is a sport specific requirement.

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Nonorganized sport specific activities

Q. Can the coaches join in on the pick-up game?

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Nonorganized sport specific activities
  • Yes. An institution's coach in one sport may participate in pick-up games with student-athletes who participate in another sport, provided the coach does not supervise or direct such activities on behalf of any of the student-athlete's coaches.

Staff Interpretation

November 4, 1992

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Nonorganized sport specific activities

Q. Can the institution’s equipment manager join in the fun?

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Nonorganized sport specific activities
  • Yes. Only noncoaching staff members (e.g., administrative assistant, director of operations) with sport specific responsibilities are prohibited from participating with or observing student-athletes in the staff member's sport who are engaging in voluntary athletically related activity.

Official Interpretation

February 2, 2006

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Nonorganized sport specific activities

Q. A group of basketball student-athletes are staying in town for the summer instead of going home. They have asked coach if he can reserve the gym for them because they want to practice over the summer. May their coach reserve the facility for them?

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Nonorganized sport specific activities
  • No. Coach cannot reserve the facilities for them but the student-athletes may reserve the facilities themselves.

Official Interpretation

February 4, 2005

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Nonorganized sport specific activities

Q. Once they have reserved the gym, can the basketball student-athletes close the facility to other students?

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Nonorganized sport specific activities

A. No. If the student-athletes are interested in organizing out of season group workout or practice activities, the activity must be legitimately open to any student on campus who wants to participate, not just student-athletes on that team.

Educational Column

March 9, 2007

outside team involvement
Outside team involvement

Q. May an institution's coach be the coach of a summer baseball league team that includes one of his student-athletes?

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Outside team involvement
  • No. A member of the institution’s coaching staff cannot be involved with an outside team that involves any student-athlete with eligibility remaining from the institution's team.

Bylaw 17._.8.1.1

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Outside team involvement

Q. May an institution's coach run a summer baseball league if one of the teams includes one of his student-athletes?

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Outside team involvement
  • No. A coach may not serve in an administrative capacity (e.g., tournament director, event manager) for an outside team, league, activity or event if there are any student-athletes from the coach's sport who are participants.

Official Interpretation

June 23, 2010

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Outside team involvement

Q. May an institution's coach be a member of a summer baseball league and compete on the same team as one of his student-athletes?

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Outside team involvement
  • No. An institutional coaching staff member may only compete on a team in the same league as a student-athlete from that institution if the student-athlete is on a different team in the league.

Staff Interpretations

February 1992; June 25, 1993

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Outside team involvement

Q. May an institution's baseball coach be the coach of a summer baseball league team that includes a football student-athlete from his institution?

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Outside team involvement

A. Yes. The rule prohibiting coaches from observing student-athletes engaged in athletically related activity outside of the season is a sport specific requirement.

interactions with noncoaching staff
Interactions with noncoaching staff

Q. The institution's athletics director just joined a summer soccer club. On the first day of practice, he realizes that one of his school's soccer student-athletes has joined too. Does he need to quit the team?

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Interactions with noncoaching staff

A. No. An institutional staff member who does not have coaching duties may compete on the same team as a student-athlete.

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Interactions with noncoaching staff

Q. An institution's strength and conditioning coach is a member of a health club a few minutes from campus. Two student-athletes are also members of the same club. Is the strength and conditioning coach permitted to join the health club's summer spinning class if the student-athletes are also participating?

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Interactions with noncoaching staff

A. Yes. As long as the strength and conditioning coach does not lead the course or require the student-athletes to participate, then both the coach and the student-athletes may participate in the spinning class.

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Golf, Tennis and Rowing

Split season is defined as:

  • Fall start date – preseason practice formula.
  • Fall end date – five weekdays before the fall final exam period.
  • Spring start date – January 15.
  • Spring end date – end of NCAA championships.
tennis
Tennis

Do Intercollegiate Tennis Association events count against your Bylaw 17 maximums? Included in your weeks?

- Yes for both. Anytime coaches work with student-athletes it must be included with the week’s limitations.

- Additional concerns.

- Individual singles or doubles tournaments.

- Bylaw 16.8.1.3

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Bylaw 17 New Look

17.2 BASEBALL

Regulations for computing the baseball-playing season are set forth in Bylaw

17.1, General Playing-Season Regulations (see Figure 17-1).

17.2.1 Length of Playing Season. (See Bylaw 17.1.1.3.3 for spring NCAA championship sports.)

17.2.2 Preseason Practice. (See Bylaw 17.1.1.3.3.1)

17.2.3 First Contest or Date of Competition. (See Bylaw 17.1.1.3.3.1)

17.2.4 End of Regular Playing Season. (See Bylaw 17.1.1.3.3.1)

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Bylaw 17 New Look

17.2.5 Number of Contests and Dates of Competition.

17.2.5.1 Maximum Limitations – Institutional. A member institution shall limit its total playing schedule against outside competition in baseball during the institution's baseball playing season to a maximum of 40 contests (games and scrimmages) during the traditional segment, and one date of competition during the nontraditional segment, except for those contests excluded under Bylaw 17.2.5.3.  For in-season foreign competition, see Bylaw 17.1.4.3.

17.2.5.2 Maximum Limitations – Student-Athlete. An individual student-athlete may participate in each academic year in a maximum of 40 baseball contests (games and scrimmages) during the traditional segment and one date of competition during the nontraditional segment. This limitation includes those contests in which the student-athlete represents the institution including competition as a member of the varsity, junior varsity or freshman team of the institution in accordance with Bylaws 17.02.4 and 17.02.8.

17.2.5.3 Exemptions. (See Standard Exemptions set forth in Bylaw 17.1.4.5)

17.2.6 Out-of-Season Athletically Related Activities. (See Bylaw 17.1.5)