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Coaches Compliance Rules Ed. November 2008. Agenda . Refresher Forms Recap Relative Rules for Break 48 hour rule Meals Rules Eligibility Center Questions Recent Violations New Interpretations. Refresher- Compliance Forms. Unofficial Visits Unofficial Visit Form

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agenda
Agenda
  • Refresher
    • Forms Recap
  • Relative Rules for Break
    • 48 hour rule
    • Meals Rules
  • Eligibility Center
  • Questions
  • Recent Violations
  • New Interpretations
refresher compliance forms
Refresher- Compliance Forms
  • Unofficial Visits
    • Unofficial Visit Form
  • Unofficial Complimentary Tickets
  • Additional Guest Payment
    • Additional Payment Form
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Refresher- Compliance Forms
  • Official Visit Record Form
    • Record Form
  • Student Host Receipt
    • Student Host
  • Prospect Receipt
    • Prospect Receipt
  • For a violation free visit.
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Refresher-Compliance Forms
  • Playing & Practice Season
    • Individual Instruction
  • Please turn in your monthly practice log in a timely manner. 
rules pertinent to break 48 hour rule
Rules Pertinent to Break: 48 Hour Rule
  • 16.8.1.2.1 Departure/Return Expense Restrictions
    • An eligible student-athlete may receive actual and necessary travel expenses to represent the institution in athletics competition, provided the student-athlete departs for the competition no earlier than 48 hours prior to the start of the actual competition and remains no more than 36 hours following the conclusion of the actual competition even if the student-athlete does not return with the team.
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Rules Pertinent to Break: 48 Hour Rule
  • 48 hours starts when you leave campus
  • Exceptions:
    • Hawaii and Alaska
    • Regular season comp during breaks
    • NCAA’s
    • Foreign country once in 4 years
    • Inclement weather
ncaa bylaw 16 5 2 permissible meals
NCAA Bylaw 16.5.2 Permissible Meals
  • (2) Meals in Conjunction with Home Competition.  All student-athletes are permitted to receive meals at the institution's discretion beginning with the evening before competition and continuing until they are released by institutional personnel.  An institution shall not provide cash to student-athletes in lieu of meals during this time period.  An institution, at its discretion, may provide a meal or cash, not to exceed $15 (but not both) to student-athletes at the time of their release by institutional personnel.
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NCAA Bylaw 16.5.2 Permissible Meals
  • (3) Meals in Conjunction with Away-from-Home Competition.  An institution may provide meals to student-athletes in conjunction with away-from-home competition pursuant to one of the following options:
  • (i) All student-athletes are permitted to receive a pregame or postgame meal as a benefit incidental to participation in addition to regular meals (or meal allowances per Bylaw 16.8.1.2.3).  An institution, at its discretion, may provide cash, not to exceed $15, in lieu of a postgame meal; or 
  • (ii) All student-athletes are permitted to receive meals at the institution's discretion from the time the team is required to report on call for team travel until the team returns to campus.  If a student-athlete does not use team travel to return to campus, he or she may receive meals at the institution's discretion up to the point he or she is released from team-related activities by the appropriate institutional authority.  An institution shall not provide cash to student-athletes in lieu of meals under this option.
eligibility center preliminary certification request program
Eligibility Center: Preliminary Certification Request Program
  • The EC is taking requests for Preliminary Certifications for Fall 2009 enrollees. Qualified requests should meet the following criteria:
    • Prospective student-athlete must be on an active institutional request list (IRL) for those enrolling fall 2009;
    • The registration fee must be paid;
    • Prospective student-athlete must have selected a sport(s) and filled out the amateurism questionnaire;
    • Official test scores must be provided;
    • A complete six-semester academic record through the end of grade 11 must be presented. A preliminary certification will not be performed with less than six semesters of coursework; and
    • All high schools attended must have a list of NCAA-approved core courses (48H).
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Eligibility Center: Preliminary Certification Request Program
  • Does not replace normal preliminary certification processing
  • Was established to help member institutions get an early read on the prospective student-athletes who may need some extra preparation to earn their eligibility. For example:
    • Attended multiple high schools
    • Questionable in meeting initial eligibility requirements
    • Completed coursework that may not meet core-course requirements
eligibility center certification
Eligibility Center Certification
  • The normal EC process prioritizes PSA’s on IRLs (Institutional Request List) who have sent in test scores and six semesters of coursework.
  • Spring 2009 enrollees?
questions
Questions
  • Can a coach participate on an intramural team/squad made up of student athletes?

17.2.9.1.2.1 Involvement of Coaching Staff.

No member of the coaching staff of a member institution may be involved in any capacity (e.g., coach, official, player or league/team administrator) during the academic year (including vacation periods during the academic year) with an outside team that involves any student-athlete with eligibility remaining from the institution's team except as provided under Bylaws 14.7.3, 17.1.1.1 and 17.32. (Revised:  4/28/05, effective 8/1/05)

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Questions
  • Can a coach participate on an intramural team/squad made up of student athletes?

Date Issued: Jun 25, 1993Type: Staff InterpretationItem Ref: aInterpretation:

a. Participation of coaching staff members on a team in the same league in which a student-athlete competes. An institutional coaching staff member may compete on a team in the same league in which a student-athlete with remaining eligibility from that institution competes, provided it is a different team in the league. [References: NCAA Bylaws 17.02.14 (practice, out of season) and 17.___.8.1.4.1 (involvement of coaching staff)]

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Questions
  • When can you contact a Jr. college PSA?
  • After their first year
  • 13.1.1.2 Two-Year College Prospective Student-Athletes.
  • A prospective student-athlete who was not a qualifier as defined in Bylaw 14.02.9.1 and who is enrolled in the first year of a two-year college may not be contacted in person on or off an institution's campus for recruiting purposes.
recent violations
Recent Violations
  • Tryouts – Villanova Policy mandates those trying out must complete SAS/DTC form prior to tryout.
  • Official Visits – Must receive paperwork in a timely manner (dead period)
  • Outside Consultants
  • Nutritional Supplements
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Date Published: July 26, 2000 Type: Official Interpretation Item Ref: a
  • Interpretation:
  • It is not permissible for an institution to provide any nutritional supplement to its student-athletes, unless the supplement is a nonmuscle-building supplement and is included in one of the four classes identified specifically in NCAA Bylaw 16.5.2.2 (i.e., carbohydrate/electrolyte drinks, energy bars, carbohydrate boosters, and vitamins and minerals). The following is a list of examples of permissible and nonpermissible nutritionalsupplements/ingredients as developed by the NCAA Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sports Committee (CSMAS). The list below is not exhaustive but should assist institutions in determining the types of nutritionalsupplements that may be provided to student-athletes.
  • PermissibleVitamins and MineralsEnergy barsCalorie replacement drinks (e.g., Ensure, Boost)Electrolyte replacement drinks (e.g., Gatorade, Powerade)

)NonpermissibleAmino AcidsChrysinCondroitinCreatine/creatine-containing compoundsGinsengGlucosamineGlycerolHMBI-carnitinMelatoninPos-2Protein powdersTribulus

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Recent Violations
  • The subcommittee, at the recommendation of the CSMAS, also determined that a supplement that contains protein may be classified as a nonmuscle-building supplement provided it is included in one of the four permissible categories, does not contain more than 30 percent of calories from protein (based solely on the package label) and does not contain additional ingredients that are designed to assist in the muscle-building process (see examples of nonpermissible supplements/ingredients). Nutritionalsupplements containing more than 30 percent of calories from protein are classified as muscle-building supplements and may not be provided to student-athletes.
  • To assist the membership in calculating the percentage of calories from protein contained in a particular supplement, the subcommittee noted that one gram of protein equals four calories. Therefore, the percentage of calories from protein contained in a nutritional supplement may be calculated by multiplying the number of grams of protein per serving by four and dividing the product by the total number of calories per serving. For example, a nutritional supplement that contains 120 total calories per serving and nine grams of protein per serving would contain 36 calories from protein (i.e., 9 grams x 4). Therefore, the percentage of calories from protein would be 0.3 or 30 percent (i.e., 36 calories from protein/120 total calories). [References: Bylaw 16.5.2.2 (nutritionalsupplements) and Proposal No. 99-72 (benefits/nutritionalsupplements)]