Ncaa legislative Proposals (Created August 16, 2007)



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2007-2008 NCAA Legislative Proposals

(Created August 16, 2007)


Proposal Number

Title

Intent

Source

Position(s)

Effective Date

2006-121

PLAYING AND PRACTICE SEASONS -- WOMEN'S SOCCER -- FIRST CONTEST OR DATE OF COMPETITION

To specify that in years in which the date of the first permissible contest in men's soccer results in 12 weeks between that date and the start of the NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship, the date for the first permissible contest in women's soccer shall be the Friday prior to the 12th weekend prior to the start of the NCAA Division I Women's Soccer Championship, except that an alumni contest may be played the previous weekend.

NCAA Division I Championships/Competition Cabinet (Playing and Practice Seasons Subcommittee).

 

August 01, 2008

2007-2

EXECUTIVE REGULATIONS -- DEFINITIONS AND APPLICATIONS -- MISCONDUCT

To specify that misconduct in an NCAA championship is any act of dishonesty, unsportsmanlike conduct, unprofessional behavior or breach of law, occurring from the time the championship field is announced through the end of the championship, that discredits the event or intercollegiate athletics.

NCAA Division I Championships/Competition Cabinet (Men's Basketball Issues Committee and Women's Basketball Issues Committee).

 

August 01, 2007

2007-12

ORGANIZATION -- EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE -- DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

To clarify the Executive Committee's existing authority to adopt and implement policy.

NCAA Executive Committee (Division I Board of Directors).

 

Immediate

2007-13

ORGANIZATION -- DIVISION I BOARD OF DIRECTORS -- COMPOSITION -- CONFERENCE REPRESENTATION

To specify that the NCAA Division I Board of Directors shall include 31 members, composed of one chancellor or president (who each shall have 1.5 votes) from each of the Football Bowl Subdivision conferences and one chancellor or president (who each shall have a 0.5 vote) from each of the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision and other Division I conferences; further, to eliminate the NCAA Division I Presidential Advisory Group.

The Ohio Valley Conference.

 

August 01, 2008

2007-14

PERSONNEL -- VOLUNTEER COACH -- COMPLIMENTARY MEALS FOR SPOUSE AND CHILDREN INCIDENTAL TO TEAM ACTIVITIES OR OFFICIAL VISITS

To permit the spouse and dependent children of a volunteer coach to receive complimentary meals incidental to organized team activities or meals provided during a prospective student-athlete's official visit, provided the individuals dine with the prospective student-athlete.

Big Ten Conference.

 

August 01, 2008

2007-15

PERSONNEL -- VOLUNTEER COACH -- COMPLIMENTARY TICKETS

To specify that a volunteer coach may receive a maximum of four complimentary tickets to athletics contests (home or away) in the coach's sport.

Big Ten Conference.

 

August 01, 2008

2007-16

PERSONNEL AND RECRUITING -- LIMITATIONS ON THE NUMBER AND DUTIES OF COACHES -- RECRUITING COORDINATION FUNCTIONS

To eliminate the restriction that all recruiting coordination functions must be performed by a countable coach, but to retain the requirement that all telephone calls made to and received from prospective student-athletes must be made and received by a countable coach.

Pacific-10 Conference.

 

August 01, 2008

2007-17

PERSONNEL AND RECRUITING -- LIMITATIONS ON THE NUMBER AND DUTIES OF COACHES -- RECRUITING COORDINATION FUNCTIONS -- VOLUNTEER COACH

To permit a volunteer coach to engage in recruiting coordination functions.

Big West Conference.

 

Immediate

2007-18

PERSONNEL AND RECRUITING -- LIMITATIONS ON THE NUMBER AND DUTIES OF COACHES -- RECRUITING COORDINATION FUNCTIONS -- EXCEPTION -- NONCOACHING STAFF MEMBER -- AFTER NATIONAL LETTER OF INTENT SIGNING OR OTHER WRITTEN COMMITMENT

To permit a noncoaching staff member to make telephone calls to or receive telephone calls from a prospective student-athlete [or the prospective student-athlete's parents, legal guardian(s) or coaches] and prepare general recruiting correspondence (including electronic correspondence) to a prospective student-athlete [or the prospective student-athlete's parents or legal guardian(s)], provided the prospective student-athlete has signed a National Letter of Intent or the institution's written offer of admission and/or financial aid.

Big 12 Conference.

 

August 01, 2008

2007-19

PERSONNEL -- LIMITATIONS ON THE NUMBER AND DUTIES OF COACHES -- REPLACEMENT FOR NATIONAL OR OLYMPIC TEAM COACHES

To specify that an institution may replace, on a temporary or limited basis, a coach who takes a leave of absence to participate on or coach the national team or Olympic team of another nation.

NCAA Division I Championships/Competition Cabinet (Olympic Sports Liaison Committee).

 

Immediate

2007-20

PERSONNEL -- LIMITATIONS ON THE NUMBER AND DUTIES OF COACHES -- OFF-CAMPUS RECRUITING -- WOMEN'S BASKETBALL -- NONSCHOLASTIC EVENTS DURING ACADEMIC YEAR

In women's basketball, to increase the number of coaches who may evaluate prospective student-athletes off campus at any one time at nonscholastic events during the academic year from three to four.

NCAA Division I Championships/Competition Cabinet (Women's Basketball Issues Committee).

 

Immediate

2007-21

AMATEURISM -- GENERAL REGULATIONS -- EDUCATIONAL EXPENSES -- PRIOR TO COLLEGIATE ENROLLMENT -- PERMISSIBLE EXPENSES OR SERVICES

To specify that a prospective student-athlete may receive educational expenses or services related to tutoring and standardized test prepartory classes from any individual or entity other than an agent, professional sports teams/organization or a representative of an institution's athletics interests, provided such expenses are disbursed directly to the individual, organization, or educaitonal institution providing the educational service.

NCAA Division I Academics/Eligibility/Compliance Cabinet (Subcommittee on Agents and Amateurism).

 

Immediate

2007-22

AMATEURISM -- GENERAL REGULATIONS -- PREFERENTIAL TREATMENT, BENEFITS OR SERVICES -- RESTITUTION.

To specify that for violations of the preferential treatment legislation in which the value of the benefit is $100 or less, the eligibility of the individual shall not be affected, conditioned on the individual repaying the value of the benefit to a charity of his or her choice; further, to specify that the individual shall remain ineligible from the time the institution has knowledge of receipt of the impermissible benefit until the individual repays the benefit.

NCAA Division I Academics/Eligibility/Compliance Cabinet (Committee on Student-Athlete Reinstatement).

 

Immediate

2007-23

AMATEURISM -- EXCEPTIONS TO AMATEURISM RULE -- PRIZE MONEY PRIOR TO FULL-TIME COLLEGIATE ENROLLMENT -- TENNIS

In tennis, to specify that, prior to full-time collegiate enrollment, an individual may accept prize money based on his or her place finish or performance in open athletics events, not to exceed $10,000 per year; further, to specify that once the individual has reached the $10,000 limit, he or she may receive additional prize money on a per event basis, provided such prize money does not exceed his or her actual and necessary expenses for participation in the event.

Ivy Group.

 

May 1, 2008 for prize money earned on or after May 1, 2008.

2007-24

AMATEURISM -- INVOLVEMENT WITH PROFESSIONAL TEAMS -- COMPETITION WITH PROFESSIONALS -- TENNIS EXCEPTION

In tennis, to permit an individual to compete on a professional team prior to initial full-time collegiate enrollment, provided he or she does not receive pay or remuneration in excess of his or her actual and necessary expenses.

NCAA Division I Academics/Eligibility/Compliance Cabinet (Subcommittee on Agents and Amateurism).

 

August 1, 2008; applicable to student-athletes who initially enroll full time in a collegiate institution on or after August 1, 2008.

2007-25

AMATEURISM -- PROMOTIONAL ACTIVITIES -- INSTITUTIONAL, CHARITABLE, EDUCATION OR NONPROFIT PROMOTIONS -- COSPONSORSHIP AND SALE OF PHOTOGRAPHS

To specify that a permissible promotional activity may involve co-sponsorship by a commercial entity, as approved by the institution, subject to the following conditions: (a) The promotion must identify the commercial entity and explain its affiliation with the institution, conference or noninstitutional charitable, educational or nonprofit agency (b) The promotion may not include language or action (e.g. voice-over, use of product of services, product placement, text) which directly encourages the use or purchase of a commercial product or service; (c) A co-sponsor's product or service may not be included in the promotional activity, except for the normal use of athletics equipment and apparel; and (d) The promotion may not include co-sponsorship by a commercial agency that is involved in or promotes sports wagering activities. Further, to eliminate the requirement that all moneys derived from a promotional activity go directly to the institution or conference or to the charitable, educational or nonprofit agency. In addition, to permit promotional activities to occur at the location of a commercial establishment, which may be a co-sponsor of the activity, provided the student-athlete does not promote the sale of a commercial product or service in conjunction with the fundraising activity. Finally, to permit an institution to designate a third party that may sell and distribute institutional photographs of student-athletes, under specified conditions.

NCAA Division I Academics/Eligibility/Compliance Cabinet (Subcommittee on Agents and Amateurism).

 

August 01, 2008

2007-26

AMATEURISM -- PERMISSIBLE AND NONPERMISSIBLE PROMOTIONAL ACTIVITIES -- COMMERICAL ADVERTISEMENT OR PROMOTION

To specify that an advertisement or promotion by a commercial entity (except for any entity that is involved in or promotes sports wagering) may feature competition video footage, competition audio or competition photographs involving a student-athlete with eligibility remaining, provided: (a) The advertisement or promotion is approved by the institution's athletics director (or his or her designee); (2) The advertisement or promotion identifies the commercial entity and explains its affiliation with the institution, conference or the NCAA; and (3) Any language or action included in the advertisement or promotion which directly encourages the use or purchase of a commercial product or service of the commercial entity may not be attributable to or made by the student-athletes, institution, conference or the NCAA.

NCAA Division I Academics/Eligibility/Compliance Cabinet (Subcommittee on Agents and Amateurism).

 

August 01, 2008

2007-27

AMATEURISM -- PROMOTIONAL ACTIVITIES -- SCHEDULE CARDS -- DE MINIMIS VIOLATION

To specify that a violation involving schedule cards shall be considered an institutional violation; however, such a violation shall not affect the student-athlete's eligibility.

NCAA Division I Academics/Eligibility/Compliance Cabinet (Committee on Student-Athlete Reinstatement).

 

Immediate

2007-28

AMATEURISM -- PROMOTIONAL ACTIVITIES -- MEDIA ACTIVITIES -- USE OF A STUDENT-ATHLETE'S NAME, IMAGE OR LIKENESS TO PROMOTE COVERAGE OF COMPETITION

To specify that a media entity may feature a student-athlete's name, image or likeness in promotions of its coverage of intercollegiate competition in which the student-athlete's institution will or may participate, or has previously participated, provided such use is limited to competition video footage, competition audio or competition photographs; further, to specify that media entities may feature a student-athlete's name, image, or likeness in their journalistic coverage of news (and the promotion of such coverage) related to the student-athlete or his or her institution or conference or the NCAA.

NCAA Division I Academics/Eligibility/Compliance Cabinet (Subcommittee on Agents and Amateurism).

 

August 01, 2008

2007-29

RECRUITING -- ENROLLED STUDENT-ATHLETE -- PERMISSIBLE RECRUITMENT ACTIVITIES -- TELEPHONE CONTACT INITIATED BY PROSPECTIVE STUDENT-ATHLETES

To specify that an enrolled student-athlete may receive telephone calls made at the expense of a prospective student-athlete at any time provided there is no direct or indirect involvement by athletics department staff.

Big 12 Conference.

 

August 01, 2008

2007-30

RECRUITING -- CONTACTS AND EVALUATIONS -- CONTACTABLE HIGH SCHOOL PROSPECTIVE STUDENT-ATHLETES -- MEN'S BASKETBALL -- TWO CONTACTS WITH JUNIORS -- NO NONSCHOLASTIC EVALUATIONS IN APRIL

In men's basketball, to specify that an institution may take two in-person off-campus contacts with a prospective student-athlete or the prospective student-athlete's parents or legal guardians during the April contact period of the prospective student-athlete's junior year in high school; further, to specify that evaluations during the April contact period shall be limited to regularly scheduled high school, prepartory school and two-year college contests/tournaments and practices and regular scholastic activities involving prospective student-athletes enrolled only at that institution.

Southeastern Conference.

 

August 01, 2008

2007-31

RECRUITING -- CONTACTABLE PROSPECTIVE STUDENT-ATHLETES -- FOUR-YEAR COLLEGE PROSPECTIVE STUDENT-ATHLETES FROM NON-NCAA OR NON-NAIA INSTITUTIONS -- WRITTEN NOTIFICATION OF INTENT TO CONTACT

To specify that an athletics staff member shall not make contact with a student-athlete of a non-NCAA or non-NAIA four-year collegiate institution that sponsors intercollegiate athletics, directly or indirectly, without first providing written notification of intent to contact the student-athlete to the athletics director of the non-NCAA or non-NAIA institution.

NCAA Division I Academics/Eligibility/Compliance Cabinet (Subcommittee on Recruiting).

 

August 01, 2008

2007-32

RECRUTING -- PERMISSIBLE RECRUITERS AND EVALUATIONS -- HEAD COACH RESTRICTIONS -- SPRING EVALUATION PERIOD -- FOOTBALL

In football, to specify that the head coach shall not engage in off-campus recruiting activities during the April 15 through May 31 evaluation period.

Southeastern Conference.

 

Immediate

2007-33

RECRUITING -- COMMUNICATION DURING JULY EVALUATION PERIODS -- AFTER NATIONAL LETTERS OF INTENT SIGNING OR OTHER WRITTEN COMMITMENT -- WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

In women's basketball, to permit an institution to communicate with a prospective student-athlete during the July evaluation periods, provided the prospective student-athlete has graduated from high school and has signed a National Letter of Intent (NLI) with the institution or for those institutions not using the National Letter of Intent in women's basketball or for those prospective student-athlete's not eligible to sign the National Letter of Intent, the institution's written offer of admission and/or financial aid.

NCAA Division I Championships/Competition Cabinet (Women's Basketball Issues Committee).

 

Immediate

2007-34

RECRUITING -- TELEPHONE CALLS TO PROSPECTIVE STUDENT-ATHLETES -- TIME PERIOD -- EXCEPTION -- WOMEN'S SOCCER

In women's soccer, to specify that an institution is permitted to make one telephone call to a prospective student-athlete or her relatives or legal guardians during the month of May of the prospective student-athlete's junior year in high school.

Southeastern Conference.

 

Immediate

2007-35

RECRUITING -- TELEPHONE CALLS TO PROSPECTIVE STUDENT-ATHLETES -- PERMISSIBLE CALLERS -- EXCEPTIONS -- FACULTY ATHLETICS REPRESENTATIVE AND SENIOR WOMAN ADMINISTRATOR

To permit an institution's faculty athletics representative and senior woman administrator to return telephone calls to prospective student-athletes or his or her parents or legal guardians subject to any applicable limitations on the number of telephone calls that an institution may place to prospective student-athletes.

Southeastern Conference.

 

Immediate

2007-36

RECRUITING -- TELEPHONE CALLS TO PROSPECTIVE STUDENT-ATHLETES -- PERMISSIBLE CALLERS -- EXCEPTIONS -- STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACHES

To permit strength and conditioning coaches to receive telephone calls from a prospective student-athlete, provided the calls relate to summer conditioning programs and such calls occur after the prospective student-athlete has signed a National Letter of Intent (NLI) (or, signed acceptance of the institution's written offer of admission and/or financial aid).

Mountain West Conference.

 

August 01, 2008

2007-37

RECRUITING -- CONTACTS AND EVALUATIONS -- TELEPHONE CALLS TO PROSPECTIVE STUDENT-ATHLETES -- COLLECT AND TOLL-FREE TELEPHONE CALLS -- EXCEPTION -- WOMEN'S BASKETBALL.

In women's basketball, to permit institutional coaching staff members to accept collect and toll-free telephone calls placed by a prospective student-athlete and the prospective student-athlete's parents and legal guardians, provided the calls are not placed earlier than the Thursday after the conclusion of the NCAA Women's Final Four during the prospective student-athlete's junior year in high school.

NCAA Division I Championships/Competition Cabinet (Women's Basketball Issues Committee).

 

Immediate

2007-38

RECRUITING -- CONTACTS AND EVAULATIONS -- RECRUITING OPPORTUNITIES -- WOMEN'S BASKETBALL -- SEVEN OPPORTUNITIES

In women's basketball, to increase the number of recruiting opportunities (contacts and evaluations) from five to seven.

Big East Conference and Mid-American Conference.

 

August 01, 2008


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