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2007 NCAA Regional Rules Seminars:  2007 NCAA Regional Rules Seminars Answers and Questions-- Newly Adopted Legislation Overview--Division I Lynn Holzman Director of Membership Services Leeland Zeller Associate Director of Membership Services Game Plan:  Game Plan Override vote update. Review 2006-07 legislative cycle proposals by topical area. Override Votes -- January 2007:  Override Votes -- January 2007 NCAA Proposal No. 2005-54 ELIGIBILITY -- GRADUATE STUDENT OR POSTBACCALAUREATE PARTICIPATION -- TRANSFER ELIGIBILITY Defeated; Proposal overridden by membership vote (196-89-2). Application of proposal remains effective during the 2006-07 regular academic year. Override Votes -- January 2007:  Override Votes -- January 2007 Proposal No. 2005-128 PLAYING AND PRACTICE SEASONS -- NUMBER OF CONTESTS -- FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SUBDIVISION Defeated; Override vote failed (50-55-0). Administrative Regulations:  Administrative Regulations Proposal No. 2006-106 ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS -- FOREIGN TOURS AND COMPETITION -- TIMING OF TOUR:  Proposal No. 2006-106 ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS -- FOREIGN TOURS AND COMPETITION -- TIMING OF TOUR Foreign tour may not occur: Beginning 30 days before first permissible practice date until first permissible date for a contest or date of competition in the championship segment. Effective Date: Immediate. Proposal No. M-2007-1 ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS -- FOREIGN TOURS AND COMPETITION -- TIMING OF TOUR:  Proposal No. M-2007-1 ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS -- FOREIGN TOURS AND COMPETITION -- TIMING OF TOUR For sports that have the same first permissible date for practice and competition: No tour for a period of 30 days prior to the first day of the institution's declared playing and practice season (first permissible date of practice or competition) for the championship segment in the applicable sport. Effective Date: Immediate. Proposal No. 2006-107 ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS -- CONTEST EXEMPTIONS/CERTIFICATION -- SPORTS OTHER THAN BASKETBALL AND FOOTBALL -- ELIMINATION OF CERTIFICATION PROGRAM:  Proposal No. 2006-107 ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS -- CONTEST EXEMPTIONS/CERTIFICATION -- SPORTS OTHER THAN BASKETBALL AND FOOTBALL -- ELIMINATION OF CERTIFICATION PROGRAM Eliminates the event certification program. Sports other than football and basketball. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Amateurism:  Amateurism Proposal No. 2006-22 AMATEURISM -- INVOLVEMENT WITH PROFESSIONAL TEAMS -- TRYOUT AFTER ENROLLMENT -- RECEIPT OF EXPENSES -- ANY TIME:  Proposal No. 2006-22 AMATEURISM -- INVOLVEMENT WITH PROFESSIONAL TEAMS -- TRYOUT AFTER ENROLLMENT -- RECEIPT OF EXPENSES -- ANY TIME Student-athlete may tryout with professional team: At any time. May not miss class. May receive actual and necessary expenses in conjunction with 48-hour tryout per professional team. Self-financed tryout may be for any length of time. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2006-24 AMATEURISM -- INVOLVEMENT WITH PROFESSIONAL TEAMS -- DRAFT AND INQUIRY -- DRAFT LIST -- SPORTS OTHER THAN BASKETBALL AND FOOTBALL:  Proposal No. 2006-24 AMATEURISM -- INVOLVEMENT WITH PROFESSIONAL TEAMS -- DRAFT AND INQUIRY -- DRAFT LIST -- SPORTS OTHER THAN BASKETBALL AND FOOTBALL Student-athlete may enter professional league’s draft: Sports other than football and basketball. One time during collegiate career. May not be drafted. Within 72-hours following draft declares his or her intention to resume participation. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2007-4 AMATEURISM -- PROMOTIONAL ACTIVITIES -- INSTITUTIONAL, CHARITABLE, EDUCATIONAL OR NONPROFIT PROMOTIONS -- DE MINIMIS VIOLATIONS -- WRITTEN APPROVAL :  Proposal No. 2007-4 AMATEURISM -- PROMOTIONAL ACTIVITIES -- INSTITUTIONAL, CHARITABLE, EDUCATIONAL OR NONPROFIT PROMOTIONS -- DE MINIMIS VIOLATIONS -- WRITTEN APPROVAL Violation of the promotional activities legislation in which the only condition of the legislation not satisfied is the failure to obtain written approval from the director of athletics (or his or her designee who may not be a coaching staff member) shall not affect the student-athlete's eligibility. Provided the approval would have been granted if requested. Effective Date: Immediate. Athletics Certification:  Athletics Certification Proposal No. 2006-101 ATHLETICS CERTIFICATION -- GOVERNANCE AND COMMITMENT TO RULES COMPLIANCE:  Proposal No. 2006-101 ATHLETICS CERTIFICATION -- GOVERNANCE AND COMMITMENT TO RULES COMPLIANCE Clarifies standards in governance and commitment to rules compliance. Effective Date: August 1, 2008, beginning with the third athletics certification cycle. Proposal No. 2006-102 ATHLETICS CERTIFICATION -- ACADEMIC INTEGRITY:  Proposal No. 2006-102 ATHLETICS CERTIFICATION -- ACADEMIC INTEGRITY Clarifies standards in academic integrity. Effective Date: August 1, 2008, beginning with the third athletics certification cycle. Proposal No. 2006-103 ATHLETICS CERTIFICATION -- GENDER, DIVERSITY AND STUDENT-ATHLETE WELL-BEING:  Proposal No. 2006-103 ATHLETICS CERTIFICATION -- GENDER, DIVERSITY AND STUDENT-ATHLETE WELL-BEING Clarifies standards in gender, diversity and student-athlete well-being. Effective Date: August 1, 2008, beginning with the third athletics certification cycle. Awards, Benefits and Expenses:  Awards, Benefits and Expenses Proposal No. 2006-73 AWARDS, BENEFITS AND EXPENSES -- CONFERENCE AWARDS -- ATHLETE OF THE YEAR TROPHY:  Proposal No. 2006-73 AWARDS, BENEFITS AND EXPENSES -- CONFERENCE AWARDS -- ATHLETE OF THE YEAR TROPHY A conference may provide a trophy in conjunction with “athlete of the year” award. Maximum value of trophy is $1,500. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2006-74 AWARDS, BENEFITS AND EXPENSES -- COMPLIMENTARY ADMISSIONS AND TICKET BENEFITS -- COMPLIMENTARY ADMISSIONS TO AN INSTITUTION'S HOME CONTEST HONORING A STUDENT-ATHLETE:  Proposal No. 2006-74 AWARDS, BENEFITS AND EXPENSES -- COMPLIMENTARY ADMISSIONS AND TICKET BENEFITS -- COMPLIMENTARY ADMISSIONS TO AN INSTITUTION'S HOME CONTEST HONORING A STUDENT-ATHLETE Increases from three to four the complimentary admissions an institution may provide to a student-athlete for an institution’s game or event. When student-athlete is being honored but not participating. Must be used by student-athlete’s parents, legal guardians and/or spouse. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2006-75 AWARDS, BENEFITS AND EXPENSES – TRAINING TABLE MEALS -- COST TO STUDENT-ATHLETE NOT RECEIVING BOARD SCHOLARSHIP:  Proposal No. 2006-75 AWARDS, BENEFITS AND EXPENSES – TRAINING TABLE MEALS -- COST TO STUDENT-ATHLETE NOT RECEIVING BOARD SCHOLARSHIP Student-athlete who does not receive institutional athletics financial aid covering board may purchase one training table meal per day. At same rate that the institution deducts from the board allowance of student-athletes. Includes walk-ons or partial scholarship recipients. Effective Date: Immediate. Proposal No. 2006-76-B AWARDS, BENEFITS AND EXPENSES -- PERMISSIBLE HOUSING AND MEALS -- VACATION PERIOD MEALS -- OUTSIDE THE ACADEMIC YEAR:  Proposal No. 2006-76-B AWARDS, BENEFITS AND EXPENSES -- PERMISSIBLE HOUSING AND MEALS -- VACATION PERIOD MEALS -- OUTSIDE THE ACADEMIC YEAR Institution may provide an additional meal to student-athletes during each day of any vacation period. Student-athlete must be required to remain on campus for practice or competition. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. M-2007-2 AWARDS, BENEFITS AND EXPENSES -- PERMISSIBLE HOUSING AND MEALS -- VACATION PERIOD MEALS -- NO CASH IN LIEU OF ADDITIONAL MEAL:  Proposal No. M-2007-2 AWARDS, BENEFITS AND EXPENSES -- PERMISSIBLE HOUSING AND MEALS -- VACATION PERIOD MEALS -- NO CASH IN LIEU OF ADDITIONAL MEAL Institution may not provide the cash equivalent of the permissible additional meal during any vacation period. Effective Date: Immediate. Proposal No. 2006-77 AWARDS, BENEFITS AND EXPENSES -- EXPENSES PROVIDED BY THE INSTITUTION FOR PRACTICE AND COMPETITION -- OTHER COMPETITION -- NATIONAL TEAM TRYOUT COMPETITION:  Proposal No. 2006-77 AWARDS, BENEFITS AND EXPENSES -- EXPENSES PROVIDED BY THE INSTITUTION FOR PRACTICE AND COMPETITION -- OTHER COMPETITION -- NATIONAL TEAM TRYOUT COMPETITION Institution may provide actual and necessary expenses related to a student-athlete’s participation in: One national team tryout event per academic year (or in the following summer). Participants are selected for the team that will participate in the Olympic Games, Pan American Games, World Championships, World Cup and World University Games. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2006-78 AWARDS, BENEFITS AND EXPENSES -- BENEFITS, GIFTS AND SERVICES -- SUMMER USE OF INSTITUTIONAL HORSE -- WOMEN'S EQUESTRIAN:  Proposal No. 2006-78 AWARDS, BENEFITS AND EXPENSES -- BENEFITS, GIFTS AND SERVICES -- SUMMER USE OF INSTITUTIONAL HORSE -- WOMEN'S EQUESTRIAN Student-athlete may retain and use an institutional horse during the summer vacation period. Women’s equestrian. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Eligibility:  Eligibility Proposal No. 2006-59 ELIGIBILITY AND FINANCIAL AID -- COMPLIANCE WITH OTHER NCAA AND CONFERENCE LEGISLATION:  Proposal No. 2006-59 ELIGIBILITY AND FINANCIAL AID -- COMPLIANCE WITH OTHER NCAA AND CONFERENCE LEGISLATION Student-athlete eligibility not affected for competing while ineligible due to violation of conference rule or a violation of NCAA financial aid legislation related to conference rule. Still considered institutional violation. Effective Date: Immediate. Proposal No. 2006-60 ELIGIBILITY -- GENERAL ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS -- CHANGE IN ELIGIBILITY STATUS -- ELIGIBILITY FOR POSTSEASON COMPETITION BETWEEN TERMS:  Proposal No. 2006-60 ELIGIBILITY -- GENERAL ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS -- CHANGE IN ELIGIBILITY STATUS -- ELIGIBILITY FOR POSTSEASON COMPETITION BETWEEN TERMS Institution must certify that all student-athletes have satisfactorily completed at least six semester hours or six quarter hours of academic credit. To be eligible to compete in postseason competition occurring between terms. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2006-61 ELIGIBILITY -- GENERAL ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS -- CHANGE IN ELIGIBILITY STATUS -- ELIGIBILITY FOR POSTSEASON COMPETITION BETWEEN TERMS -- LESS THAN FULL-TIME ENROLLMENT:  Proposal No. 2006-61 ELIGIBILITY -- GENERAL ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS -- CHANGE IN ELIGIBILITY STATUS -- ELIGIBILITY FOR POSTSEASON COMPETITION BETWEEN TERMS -- LESS THAN FULL-TIME ENROLLMENT Institution must certify student-athlete in final season is eligible: When enrolled in at least six hours. When enrolled in less than six. Postseason competition. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2007-6 ELIGIBILITY -- GENERAL ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS -- CHANGE IN ELIGIBILITY STATUS -- ELIGIBILITY FOR BOWL DURING SECOND ACADEMIC TERM :  Proposal No. 2007-6 ELIGIBILITY -- GENERAL ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS -- CHANGE IN ELIGIBILITY STATUS -- ELIGIBILITY FOR BOWL DURING SECOND ACADEMIC TERM When football bowl game occurs during the institution's second regular academic term (e.g., winter quarter, spring semester) of the academic year: A student-athlete's eligibility to compete in the bowl game shall be certified consistent with the standards applicable postseason competition that occurs between terms. Student-athlete must meet full-time enrollment requirements applicable to term-time competition. Effective Date: Immediate. Proposal No. 2006-63-A ELIGIBILITY -- CRITERIA FOR DETERMINING SEASON OF ELIGIBILITY -- TENNIS AND SWIMMING AND DIVING -- PARTICIPATION IN ELITE EVENTS:  Proposal No. 2006-63-A ELIGIBILITY -- CRITERIA FOR DETERMINING SEASON OF ELIGIBILITY -- TENNIS AND SWIMMING AND DIVING -- PARTICIPATION IN ELITE EVENTS Student-athlete’s participation in: Olympic Games, Pan American Games, World Championships, World Cup and World University Games is exempt from seasons of competition and residency regulations. Tennis and swimming and diving. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2006-64 ELIGIBILITY -- SEASONS OF COMPETITION -- HARDSHIP WAIVER -- MAXIMUM NUMBER OF CONTESTS OR DATES OF COMPETITION:  Proposal No. 2006-64 ELIGIBILITY -- SEASONS OF COMPETITION -- HARDSHIP WAIVER -- MAXIMUM NUMBER OF CONTESTS OR DATES OF COMPETITION Increases maximum number of contests or dates of competition for hardship waiver criteria. Three or 30 percent of scheduled or completed contests or dates of competition. Effective Date: Immediate; applicable to student-athletes who initially enrolled full time in a collegiate institution on or after August 1, 2003. Proposal No. 2006-65-A ELIGIBILITY -- FRESHMAN ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS -- CORE-CURRICULUM TIME LIMITATION:  Proposal No. 2006-65-A ELIGIBILITY -- FRESHMAN ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS -- CORE-CURRICULUM TIME LIMITATION Prospective student-athlete must complete core-curriculum requirements: Not later than high school graduation date of prospective student-athletes class. If prospective student-athlete graduates from high school within this timeframe, he or she may use one core course completed in year after graduation. Effective Date: August 1, 2007 (applicable to individuals who initially enroll full time at a collegiate institution on or after August 1, 2007). Proposal No. 2006-69 ELIGIBILITY -- FOUR-YEAR COLLEGE TRANSFERS -- ELIGIBILITY FOR INSTITUTIONAL ATHLETICALLY RELATED FINANCIAL AID -- 4-2-4 COLLEGE TRANSFER:  Proposal No. 2006-69 ELIGIBILITY -- FOUR-YEAR COLLEGE TRANSFERS -- ELIGIBILITY FOR INSTITUTIONAL ATHLETICALLY RELATED FINANCIAL AID -- 4-2-4 COLLEGE TRANSFER 4-2-4 transfer must complete at least one regular academic term of enrollment at two-year school in order to be eligible for athletically related financial aid at the certifying institution. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Ethical Conduct:  Ethical Conduct Proposal No. 2006-17-A ETHICAL CONDUCT – SPORTS WAGERING ACTIVITIES:  Proposal No. 2006-17-A ETHICAL CONDUCT – SPORTS WAGERING ACTIVITIES Specifies and clarifies prohibited sports wagering activities and individuals to whom the prohibitions apply. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2006-18 ETHICAL CONDUCT AND AMATEURISM -- UNETHICAL CONDUCT AND VALIDITY OF AMATEUR STATUS -- INSTITUTIONAL RESPONSIBILITY:  Proposal No. 2006-18 ETHICAL CONDUCT AND AMATEURISM -- UNETHICAL CONDUCT AND VALIDITY OF AMATEUR STATUS -- INSTITUTIONAL RESPONSIBILITY Must provide complete and accurate information to the NCAA, the NCAA Eligibility Center or the institution’s athletics department regarding amateur status. Institution responsible for promptly reporting all discrepancies in information. Effective Date: Immediate. Financial Aid:  Financial Aid Proposal No. 2006-70 FINANCIAL AID -- ELIGIBILITY OF STUDENT-ATHLETES FOR INSTITUTIONAL FINANCIAL AID -- NCAA DEGREE-COMPLETION AWARD:  Proposal No. 2006-70 FINANCIAL AID -- ELIGIBILITY OF STUDENT-ATHLETES FOR INSTITUTIONAL FINANCIAL AID -- NCAA DEGREE-COMPLETION AWARD Institution may provide athletically related financial aid to student-athlete who is selected for NCAA Degree-Completion Award. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2006-72 FINANCIAL AID -- MIDYEAR GRADUATE REPLACEMENT -- WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS AND WOMEN'S TENNIS:  Proposal No. 2006-72 FINANCIAL AID -- MIDYEAR GRADUATE REPLACEMENT -- WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS AND WOMEN'S TENNIS Aid of a student-athlete (counter) who graduates at midyear and who does not return to the institution for the following academic term may be provided to another student-athlete. Replacement of counter. Women’s gymnastics and women’s tennis. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2006-124 FINANCIAL AID -- STUDENT-ATHLETE OPPORTUNITY FUND -- ATHLETIC DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES:  Proposal No. 2006-124 FINANCIAL AID -- STUDENT-ATHLETE OPPORTUNITY FUND -- ATHLETIC DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES NCAA Student-Athlete Opportunity Fund may not be used to fund: Outside athletics development opportunities for student-athletes. Effective Date: Immediate. Personnel:  Personnel Proposal No. 2006-19 PERSONNEL -- GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH -- MINIMUM ENROLLMENT -- EXCEPTION FOR MIDYEAR REPLACEMENT -- BOWL SUBDIVISION FOOTBALL AND WOMEN'S ROWING:  Proposal No. 2006-19 PERSONNEL -- GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH -- MINIMUM ENROLLMENT -- EXCEPTION FOR MIDYEAR REPLACEMENT -- BOWL SUBDIVISION FOOTBALL AND WOMEN'S ROWING Institution may appoint midyear replacement graduate assistant coach. Enrolled in less than 50 percent of the minimum graduate program. Must have been accepted for enrollment in graduate program beginning with next regular academic term. Football bowl subdivision football and women’s rowing. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2006-20 PERSONNEL -- LIMITATION ON NUMBER OF OFF-CAMPUS RECRUITERS -- FENCING, GOLF, MEN'S GYMNASTICS, RIFLE, MEN'S TENNIS AND MEN'S WATER POLO:  Proposal No. 2006-20 PERSONNEL -- LIMITATION ON NUMBER OF OFF-CAMPUS RECRUITERS -- FENCING, GOLF, MEN'S GYMNASTICS, RIFLE, MEN'S TENNIS AND MEN'S WATER POLO Increases from one to two the number of coaches who may contact or evaluate prospects off campus at any one time. Fencing, golf, men’s gymnastics, rifle, men’s tennis and men’s water polo. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Playing and Practice Seasons:  Playing and Practice Seasons Proposal No. 2006-79 PLAYING AND PRACTICE SEASONS AND RECRUITING -- MANDATORY MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS:  Proposal No. 2006-79 PLAYING AND PRACTICE SEASONS AND RECRUITING -- MANDATORY MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS Prospective student-athletes and student-athletes must undergo medical examination: Prior to initial participation in any practice, competition or out of season conditioning. Prior to safety exception. Prior to permissible voluntary summer conditioning. Requires updated medical history each year. Effective Date: May 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2006-81 PLAYING AND PRACTICE SEASONS -- GENERAL PLAYING-SEASON REGULATIONS -- TIME LIMITS FOR ATHLETICALLY RELATED ACTIVITIES -- SKILL INSTRUCTION -- BASEBALL:  Proposal No. 2006-81 PLAYING AND PRACTICE SEASONS -- GENERAL PLAYING-SEASON REGULATIONS -- TIME LIMITS FOR ATHLETICALLY RELATED ACTIVITIES -- SKILL INSTRUCTION -- BASEBALL Baseball. Required weight training, conditioning and skill-related instruction is permitted during an institution’s vacation period from January 15 to first day of classes. More than four student-athletes in skill-related instruction: September 15 to one week prior to final exams for the fall. January 15 through April 15. Proposal No. 2006-81(Continued) PLAYING AND PRACTICE SEASONS -- GENERAL PLAYING-SEASON REGULATIONS -- TIME LIMITS FOR ATHLETICALLY RELATED ACTIVITIES -- SKILL INSTRUCTION – BASEBALL:  Proposal No. 2006-81(Continued) PLAYING AND PRACTICE SEASONS -- GENERAL PLAYING-SEASON REGULATIONS -- TIME LIMITS FOR ATHLETICALLY RELATED ACTIVITIES -- SKILL INSTRUCTION – BASEBALL No more than four student-athletes in skill-related instruction: Prior to September 15. From the opening of classes for second academic term to January 15. After April 15. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2006-83 PLAYING AND PRACTICE SEASONS -- LOCATION OF QUALIFYING REGULAR-SEASON MULTIPLE-TEAM EVENT -- BASKETBALL:  Proposal No. 2006-83 PLAYING AND PRACTICE SEASONS -- LOCATION OF QUALIFYING REGULAR-SEASON MULTIPLE-TEAM EVENT -- BASKETBALL Qualifying, regular-season multiple-team event may occur in Canada or Mexico. Basketball. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2006-84 PLAYING AND PRACTICE SEASONS -- NUMBER OF DATES OF COMPETITION -- MAXIMUM LIMITATIONS -- WOMEN'S EQUESTRIAN:  Proposal No. 2006-84 PLAYING AND PRACTICE SEASONS -- NUMBER OF DATES OF COMPETITION -- MAXIMUM LIMITATIONS -- WOMEN'S EQUESTRIAN Women’s equestrian --15 dates of competition. May include not more than five two-day competitions. Count as a single date of competition. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2006-87 PLAYING AND PRACTICE SEASONS -- NUMBER OF DATES OF COMPETITION -- MAXIMUM LIMITATIONS -- GOLF:  Proposal No. 2006-87 PLAYING AND PRACTICE SEASONS -- NUMBER OF DATES OF COMPETITION -- MAXIMUM LIMITATIONS -- GOLF Golf --Total of nine three-day tournaments. 54 holes per tournament. Or 24 dates of competition. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2006-88 PLAYING AND PRACTICE SEASONS -- FIRST CONTEST OR DATE OF COMPETITION -- MEN'S SOCCER:  Proposal No. 2006-88 PLAYING AND PRACTICE SEASONS -- FIRST CONTEST OR DATE OF COMPETITION -- MEN'S SOCCER Men’s Soccer -- September 1 or preceding Friday if September 1 falls on a Saturday, Sunday or Monday. Alumni contest may be played weekend prior to September 1 when September 1 does not fall on Saturday, Sunday or Monday. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2006-89 PLAYING AND PRACTICE SEASONS -- NUMBER OF CONTESTS -- TOURNAMENT DATES AND NONCHAMPIONSHIP CONTESTS – SOFTBALL:  Proposal No. 2006-89 PLAYING AND PRACTICE SEASONS -- NUMBER OF CONTESTS -- TOURNAMENT DATES AND NONCHAMPIONSHIP CONTESTS – SOFTBALL Softball -- Each contest of tournament counts as one contest. Fifty-six contests during championship segment. Eight contests during nonchampionship segment. No class time missed for competition. Effective Date: August 1, 2008. Date amended by NCAA Division I Management Council. Proposal No. 2007-1 PLAYING AND PRACTICE SEASONS -- SOFTBALL -- FIRST CONTEST DATE -- CHAMPIONSHIP SEGMENT :  Proposal No. 2007-1 PLAYING AND PRACTICE SEASONS -- SOFTBALL -- FIRST CONTEST DATE -- CHAMPIONSHIP SEGMENT Softball -- First contest date in championship segment is the Thursday that is 14 weeks before the Thursday immediately preceding the start of the NCAA Division I Softball Championship. Effective: August 1, 2007. Recruiting:  Recruiting Proposal No. 2006-39 RECRUITING -- PRINTED RECRUITING MATERIALS -- INSTITUTIONAL NOTE CARDS:  Proposal No. 2006-39 RECRUITING -- PRINTED RECRUITING MATERIALS -- INSTITUTIONAL NOTE CARDS Institutional note cards may not exceed 8 ½ by 11 inches when opened in full. May only contain institution’s name and athletics logo on the outside. May not include any preprinted information on the inside. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2006-45 RECRUITING -- ADVERTISEMENTS AND PROMOTIONS -- CONFERENCE-SPONSORED SPORTSMANSHIP INITIATIVES :  Proposal No. 2006-45 RECRUITING -- ADVERTISEMENTS AND PROMOTIONS -- CONFERENCE-SPONSORED SPORTSMANSHIP INITIATIVES Conference office may coordinate sportsmanship initiatives that may involve prospective student-athletes and their educational institutions. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2006-40 RECRUITING -- RECRUITING MATERIALS -- ELECTRONIC TRANSMISSIONS:  Proposal No. 2006-40 RECRUITING -- RECRUITING MATERIALS -- ELECTRONIC TRANSMISSIONS Electronically transmitted correspondence sent to a prospective student-athlete is limited to electronic mail and facsimiles. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2006-43 RECRUITING -- RECRUITING MATERIALS -- VIDEO/AUDIO MATERIALS -- COMPUTER RECRUITING PRESENTATIONS:  Proposal No. 2006-43 RECRUITING -- RECRUITING MATERIALS -- VIDEO/AUDIO MATERIALS -- COMPUTER RECRUITING PRESENTATIONS Institution may produce a computer recruiting presentation to show to a prospective student-athlete during an in-home visit or an official or unofficial visit. May not: Include video/audio component (except highlight videos). Be personalized to include prospective student-athlete’s name, picture or likeness. Be created by an entity outside the institution. Effective Date: Immediate. Proposal No. 2006-44 RECRUITING -- RECRUITING MATERIALS -- ADVERTISEMENTS AND PROMOTIONS -- INTERVIEW TO RECRUITING PUBLICATION:  Proposal No. 2006-44 RECRUITING -- RECRUITING MATERIALS -- ADVERTISEMENTS AND PROMOTIONS -- INTERVIEW TO RECRUITING PUBLICATION Coaching staff member may provide an interview for an article that will appear in a recruiting publication or newsletter. Effective Date: Immediate. Proposal No. 2006-46-A RECRUITING -- OFFICIAL VISIT REQUIREMENTS AND WRITTEN OFFERS OF ATHLETICALLY RELATED FINANCIAL AID -- REGISTRATION WITH INITIAL-ELIGIBILITY CLEARINGHOUSE AND INSTITUTIONAL REQUEST LIST:  Proposal No. 2006-46-A RECRUITING -- OFFICIAL VISIT REQUIREMENTS AND WRITTEN OFFERS OF ATHLETICALLY RELATED FINANCIAL AID -- REGISTRATION WITH INITIAL-ELIGIBILITY CLEARINGHOUSE AND INSTITUTIONAL REQUEST LIST No official visit or written offer of athletically related financial aid to high school or prep school prospective student-athlete until: He or she registers with the NCAA Eligibility Center and Is placed on institutional request list. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2006-47 RECRUITING -- OFFICIAL VISIT -- LENGTH OF OFFICIAL VISIT -- EXCEPTION FOR EXTENUATING CIRCUMSTANCES:  Proposal No. 2006-47 RECRUITING -- OFFICIAL VISIT -- LENGTH OF OFFICIAL VISIT -- EXCEPTION FOR EXTENUATING CIRCUMSTANCES Establishes exception to 48-hour official visit for reasons beyond the control of the prospective student-athlete and the institution. Institution must submit report to conference office noting details of the circumstances. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2006-48 RECRUITING -- UNOFFICIAL OR OFFICIAL VISITS -- PROFESSIONAL TRYOUT OR WORKOUT ACTIVITIES:  Proposal No. 2006-48 RECRUITING -- UNOFFICIAL OR OFFICIAL VISITS -- PROFESSIONAL TRYOUT OR WORKOUT ACTIVITIES During an official or unofficial visit a prospective student-athlete may not attend events in which professional tryout or workout activities occur. Effective Date: Immediate. Proposal No. 2006-52 ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS -- RECRUITING CALENDARS -- MEN'S BASKETBALL -- MARCH CONTACT PERIOD:  Proposal No. 2006-52 ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS -- RECRUITING CALENDARS -- MEN'S BASKETBALL -- MARCH CONTACT PERIOD Men’s Basketball Recruiting Calendar. Contact period March 16 through 22. Effective Date: Immediate. Proposal No. 2006-53 ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS -- RECRUITING CALENDARS -- MEN'S BASKETBALL -- CHAMPIONSHIP DEAD PERIOD:  Proposal No. 2006-53 ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS -- RECRUITING CALENDARS -- MEN'S BASKETBALL -- CHAMPIONSHIP DEAD PERIOD Men’s Basketball Recruiting Calendar. Dead period surrounding NCAA Men’s Final Four. Thursday prior to championship game until noon on Thursday following championship game. Effective Date: Immediate. Proposal No. 2006-108-A ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS -- SUMMER BASKETBALL EVENT CERTIFICATION -- MEN'S AND WOMEN'S BASKETBALL -- ADDITIONAL CRITERIA:  Proposal No. 2006-108-A ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS -- SUMMER BASKETBALL EVENT CERTIFICATION -- MEN'S AND WOMEN'S BASKETBALL -- ADDITIONAL CRITERIA Additional criteria for basketball event certification: Qualified medical personnel must be present at summer events; Athletically related activities are precluded from beginning prior to 8 a.m. and the last athletically related activity may not begin later than 10 p.m.; Prospective student-athletes may participate in no more than five games over a rolling two-day period and in no more than three games on any one day; and Proposal No. 2006-108-A(Continued) ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS -- SUMMER BASKETBALL EVENT CERTIFICATION -- MEN'S AND WOMEN'S BASKETBALL -- ADDITIONAL CRITERIA:  Proposal No. 2006-108-A(Continued) ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS -- SUMMER BASKETBALL EVENT CERTIFICATION -- MEN'S AND WOMEN'S BASKETBALL -- ADDITIONAL CRITERIA The price of event packets must be listed on the event certification application and the price must made available to coaches prior to their arrival at the event. Effective Date: Immediate. Proposal No. 2006-28-B RECRUITING -- RECRUITING-PERSON DAYS -- WOMEN'S BASKETBALL -- 100 DAYS:  Proposal No. 2006-28-B RECRUITING -- RECRUITING-PERSON DAYS -- WOMEN'S BASKETBALL -- 100 DAYS Women’s Basketball Recruiting Calendar. Revises the number of recruiting person days from 85 to 100. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2006-30 RECRUITING -- LIMITATIONS ON NUMBER OF EVALUATIONS -- FALL CONTACT PERIOD AND SPRING EVALUATION WEEKEND -- WOMEN'S BASKETBALL:  Proposal No. 2006-30 RECRUITING -- LIMITATIONS ON NUMBER OF EVALUATIONS -- FALL CONTACT PERIOD AND SPRING EVALUATION WEEKEND -- WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Women’s Basketball. Evaluations at nonscholastic events may occur: During the last full weekend (including Friday, Saturday and Sunday) of fall contact period. During Friday, Saturday and Sunday of spring evaluation period. Effective Date: Immediate. NCAA Proposal No. 2006-33 RECRUITING -- TELEPHONE CALLS TO PROSPECTIVE STUDENT-ATHLETES -- TIME PERIOD FOR TELEPHONE CALLS -- WOMEN'S BASKETBALL -- APRIL CALL TO JUNIORS:  NCAA Proposal No. 2006-33 RECRUITING -- TELEPHONE CALLS TO PROSPECTIVE STUDENT-ATHLETES -- TIME PERIOD FOR TELEPHONE CALLS -- WOMEN'S BASKETBALL -- APRIL CALL TO JUNIORS Women’s Basketball. One permissible telephone call in April of a prospective student-athlete’s junior year may not be made until the Thursday after the conclusion of the NCAA Women’s Final Four. Effective Date: Immediate. Proposal No. 2006-55 ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS -- RECRUITING CALENDARS -- SOFTBALL:  Proposal No. 2006-55 ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS -- RECRUITING CALENDARS -- SOFTBALL Softball Recruiting Calendar. Evaluations not permissible (contact only) from day after Labor Day through Thanksgiving Day. Exception: Second Friday in October through the first Sunday in November. Those states that play high school softball in the fall, evaluations are permissible during the season. Except dead periods. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2006-56 ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS -- RECRUITING CALENDARS -- WOMEN'S LACROSSE:  Proposal No. 2006-56 ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS -- RECRUITING CALENDARS -- WOMEN'S LACROSSE Women’s Lacrosse -- Recruiting Calendar. Evaluations may occur at one event conducted during the weekend of the championship. Event must be conducted on day in which no championship competition occurs. Within 100-mile radius of the championship site. Effective Date: Immediate. Proposal No. 2006-58 ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS -- RECRUITING CALENDARS -- CROSS COUNTRY AND TRACK AND FIELD:  Proposal No. 2006-58 ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS -- RECRUITING CALENDARS -- CROSS COUNTRY AND TRACK AND FIELD Cross Country and Track and Field. Establishes recruiting calendar. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2006-31 RECRUITING -- TELEPHONE CALLS TO PROSPECTIVE STUDENT-ATHLETES -- EXCEPTION -- FOOTBALL -- ONE TELEPHONE CALL APRIL 15 THROUGH MAY 31:  Proposal No. 2006-31 RECRUITING -- TELEPHONE CALLS TO PROSPECTIVE STUDENT-ATHLETES -- EXCEPTION -- FOOTBALL -- ONE TELEPHONE CALL APRIL 15 THROUGH MAY 31 Football. One telephone call to a prospective student-athlete or a prospective student-athlete’s relatives or legal guardians from April 15 through May 31 of the prospective student-athlete’s junior year in high school. Effective Date: Immediate. Proposal No. 2006-51 RECRUITING -- SPORTS CAMPS AND CLINICS -- INSTITUTION'S SPORTS CAMPS AND CLINICS – LOCATION -- FOOTBALL:  Proposal No. 2006-51 RECRUITING -- SPORTS CAMPS AND CLINICS -- INSTITUTION'S SPORTS CAMPS AND CLINICS – LOCATION -- FOOTBALL Football. Institution’s camp or clinic shall be conducted: On institution’s campus; Within the state the institution is located; or If outside the state, within a 50-mile radius of the institution’s campus. Effective Date: Immediate. Proposal No. 2006-32 RECRUITING -- TELEPHONE CALLS AND RECRUITING MATERIALS -- EXCEPTIONS -- MEN'S ICE HOCKEY:  Proposal No. 2006-32 RECRUITING -- TELEPHONE CALLS AND RECRUITING MATERIALS -- EXCEPTIONS -- MEN'S ICE HOCKEY Men’s Ice Hockey. One telephone call per month to a prospective student-athlete on or after June 15 at conclusion of prospective student-athlete’s sophomore in high school through July 31 after prospective student-athlete’s junior year. One telephone call per week beginning August 1 prior to the prospective student-athlete’s senior year. May provide recruiting materials on or after June 15 at the conclusion of the prospective student-athlete’s sophomore year in high school. Effective Date: Immediate. Proposal No. 2006-37 RECRUITING -- LIMITATIONS ON NUMBER OF EVALUATIONS -- EVALUATION DAYS -- WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL:  Proposal No. 2006-37 RECRUITING -- LIMITATIONS ON NUMBER OF EVALUATIONS -- EVALUATION DAYS -- WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL Women’s Volleyball. Observation of prospective student-athletes participating in high school volleyball competition shall be included in the permissible 80 evaluation days. Effective Date: August 1, 2007. Proposal No. 2007-5 RECRUITING -- ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS -- RECRUITING CALENDARS -- WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL -- EVALUATION PERIOD IN CONJUNCTION WITH CHAMPIONSHIP :  Proposal No. 2007-5 RECRUITING -- ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS -- RECRUITING CALENDARS -- WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL -- EVALUATION PERIOD IN CONJUNCTION WITH CHAMPIONSHIP Women’s Volleyball Recruiting Calendar. Evaluations may occur at one event conducted on the Sunday immediately following the NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Championship. Event occurs within a 100-mile radius of the site of the championship. Effective Date: Immediate. Other Actions By The NCAA Division I Board of Directors -- Baseball Enhancement Legislation:  Other Actions By The NCAA Division I Board of Directors -- Baseball Enhancement Legislation Other Actions By The NCAA Division I Board of Directors -- Baseball Enhancement Legislation:  Other Actions By The NCAA Division I Board of Directors -- Baseball Enhancement Legislation Adopted three proposals (Proposal Nos. 2007-7, 2007-8 and 2007-9) based on the recommendations of the Baseball Enhancement Working Group. Summary of recommendations: 1. Fall Term Certification. Baseball student-athletes shall be required to be certified as academically eligible at the start of the fall term in order to be eligible for competition during both fall and spring terms. As a result, baseball student-athletes will not be able to use the fall term to “get well” academically in order to compete in the spring term. Further, midyear transfers (e.g., from two-year colleges) will not be eligible to compete on transfer. Effective Date: August 1, 2008. Baseball Enhancement Legislation (Continued):  Baseball Enhancement Legislation (Continued) 2. Transfer Year in Residence. Student-athletes transferring to any Division I institution in the sport of baseball shall be required to serve one academic year in residence before being eligible to compete in the sport of baseball. In effect, transfer student- athletes in baseball will no longer be able to take advantage of the one-time transfer exception to be immediately eligible for competition on transfer. Effective Date: August 1, 2008. Baseball Enhancement Legislation (Continued):  Baseball Enhancement Legislation (Continued) 3. Financial Aid. The current baseball financial aid model of 11.7 equivalencies shall be amended to include a minimum equivalency value (percentage of a full grant) of 33 percent per baseball student-athlete and a maximum limit of 27 counters (number of baseball student- athletes receiving athletics aid). The 33 percent minimum, however, may be satisfied only with athletics financial aid. Additionally, institutions would be limited to a maximum of 35 total baseball student-athletes on their roster, regardless of their source of financial aid (if any). Currently such minimum and maximum limits do not exist in the sport of baseball. Effective: Two year implementation process begins August 1, 2008. Additional Baseball Enhancement Recommendation:  Additional Baseball Enhancement Recommendation Approved a recommendation of the Baseball Enhancement Working Group regarding Academic Performance Program policies and procedures: Additional Penalties. Any baseball program with a four-year average NCAA Division I Academic Progress Rate less than 900 shall be required to reduce its baseball playing season the following year by 10 percent in the number of contests and length of season (e.g., not more than 50 contests and not more than a 119-day playing and practice season). The Board directed the NCAA Division I Committee on Academic Performance to implement this recommendation as part of its penalties program. This provision will be communicated through Committee on Academic Performance policies and procedures. Effective Date: August 1, 2009. Questions and Answers:  Questions and Answers

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