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1 BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC COMPLIANCE NEWSLETTER DID YOU KNOW? Often when teams travel to an away competition, the team will practice at an earlier or different practice time before traveling. When this occurs, only studentathletes on the travel squad may be excused from class to attend practice. COMPLIANCE STAFF Matt Brewer Associate Athletic Director, Compliance PH: (208) NOVEMBER 20, 2015 VOLUME 1 ISSUE 14 Inside this issue Athletic Department Reminders... 2 Recruiting Calendar Upcoming Athletic Events... 2 Follow us on Compliance Quiz... 3 Education Column Nike chairman Phil Knight wears headset in Oregon s coaches booth Jenny Bellomy Assistant Athletic Director, Compliance PH: (208) Danielle Berish-Charters Director of Compliance PH: (208) Assistant Director, Compliance TBA SB NATION In Saturday s game against Stanford, Nike co-founder Phil Knight was filmed with a headset on sitting in the press box next to Oregon s offensive coordinator, Scott Frost. As a large contributor to Oregon State athletics, Knight has sat with Oregon coaches on several occasions. Frost maintains that Knight respects the separation between a billionaire donor and the specialties of the coaches. As long as Knight refrains from any coaching activity, this is permissible.

2 Athletic Department Reminders The next edition of Bronco Bylaws will go out December 4, Have a Happy Thanksgiving! If there are any student-athletes that do not have Thanksgiving plans, we have a booster that is offering to host a Thanksgiving dinner at their home. Please contact the Compliance Office for more information. RECRUITMENT CALENDAR NOVEMBER 2015 Football Men s Basketball Softball QUIET 11/20 to 11/28 Contact Period begins 11/29/15 Volleyball Contact Period Contact Period Women s Basketball Evaluation Contact Period 11/20 to 11/25 QUIET 11/26 to 12/1 DEAD 12/2 to 12/5 Track and Field All Other Sports DEAD only 11/21/15 Contact Period Friday Nov. 20 W SWIMMING Art Adamson Invitational All Day College Station, TX FOOTBALL vs. Air Force 7:30 PM MT Boise, ID Saturday Nov. 21 W SWIMMING Art Adamson Invitational All Day College Station, TX CROSS COUNTRY NCAA Nationals- TBA Louisville, KY W VOLLEYBALL vs. New Mexico 2:00 PM MT Boise, ID Sunday Nov. 22 WRESTLING at Arizona State Tempe, AZ Monday Nov. 23 M BASKETBALL vs. Concordia (OR) Taco Bell Arena Tuesday Nov. 24 W VOLLEYBALL vs. Utah State Boise, ID Thursday Nov. 26 M BASKETBALL vs. UC Irvine 2:00 PM MT Fullerton, CA Friday Nov. 27 FOOTBALL at San Jose State 1:30 PM MT San Jose, CA M BASKETBALL TBD/ TBA Fullerton, CA W BASKETBALL vs. Auburn 5:00 PM MT San Juan, Puerto Rico Saturday Nov. 28 W BASKETBALL vs. Stetson 2:45 PM MT San Juan, Puerto Rico WRESTLING at Utah Valley 4:00 PM MT Orem, UT Thursday Dec. 3 W BASKETBALL vs. Washington State Boise, Idaho

3 1) During an official visit or unofficial visit, a prospective student-athlete may attend an event in which current or former student-athletes are trying out with a professional team(s). 16 A) True B) False 2) In order for an SAT or ACT score to be used to certify the initial-eligibility of a prospective studentathlete, the score must be provided to the NCAA Eligibility Center on which of the following documents: A) An official high school transcript. B) The testing agency`s official test-score report. C) An unofficial high school transcript. D) Any of the above. 3) A group of prospective student-athletes are visiting campus for an OFFICIAL visit. The institution hosting the prospective student-athletes wants to take them to the institution's home athletics contest at an off-campus site, within a 30-mile radius of campus. It is permissible for the institution to provide the prospective student-athletes transportation to the competition. A) True. B) False. 4) If a prospective student-athlete enrolls in the summer term at an institution prior to the prospective student-athlete's initial full-time enrollment, the institution may provide: A) Access to academic services B) Use of the institution`s training-room facilities. C) Transportation to a summer job when no other employees receive transportation. D) A and b only. Answers: 1) B False 2) B 3) A True 4) D

4 Proposal No Athletics Personnel -- Conduct of Athletics Personnel -- Strength and Conditioning Coaches -- Nationally Recognized Certification (I) This document contains questions and answers to assist the NCAA membership in its understanding of legislation related to strength and conditioning certification as adopted by Proposal No (nationally accredited certification of strength and conditioning coaches). 1) Is a sport coach (e.g., head or assistant basketball coach) required to maintain strength and conditioning coach certification? Answer: No. 2) May an institution pay for the nationally accredited certification program? Answer: Yes. 3) May strength and conditioning interns or graduate students conduct strength or conditioning programs for student-athletes without receiving strength and conditioning coach certification? Answer: It is permissible for a strength and conditioning intern or graduate student who is not certified to perform the duties of strength and conditioning coach, provided he or she is under the direct supervision of a certified strength and conditioning coach who is present during the performance of such duties. 4) May a noncertified strength and conditioning coach be involved with strength and conditioning activities in which student-athletes participate? Answer: No. It is not permissible for a noncertified strength and conditioning coach to engage in any type of strength and conditioning activity, including, but not limited to, the design, development, conduct or monitoring of strength and conditioning activities in which student-athletes participate. Further, a noncertified strength and conditioning coach may not assist in the design, development, conduct or monitoring of strength and conditioning activities in which student-athletes participate under the supervision of a certified strength and conditioning coach (other than strength and conditioning interns or graduate students). A noncertified strength and conditioning coach is permitted to be present while a certified strength and conditioning coach conducts or monitors activities in which student-athletes participate. Institutions have the discretion to determine whether noncertified strength and conditioning coaches may perform administrative or clerical duties. 5) What should an institution consider when evaluating strength and conditioning certifications? Answer: It is the responsibility of the institution to determine what nationally accredited strength and conditioning certification programs best meet institutional needs. The following is guidance that institutions may use when evaluating strength and conditioning certifications: a. Consider whether completion of the certification program results in the provision of a strength and conditioning credential that is accredited. Accreditation of the certification exam and/or credential is different from accreditation of the educational component of a strength and conditioning program; b. Consider the minimal professional educational standards and continuing education requirements required by the certification program; c. Consider whether the certification also requires current CPR and AED certification; and d. Consider whether the certification requires a baccalaureate degree or higher. 6) Should outside fitness instructors (e.g., yoga, Pilates, zumba, crossfit, etc.) receive strength and conditioning coach certification in order to conduct strength and conditioning activities with student-athletes? Answer: While the legislation does not require outside fitness instructors to have strength and conditioning coach certification, institutions should evaluate whether strength and conditioning certification is appropriate for any individual who conducts strength and conditioning activities for student-athletes, including, but not limited to, outside fitness instructors. Finally, institutions should note that a strength and conditioning coach who conducts voluntary weight-training or conditioning activities with prospective student-athletes or enrolled student-athletes is required to maintain certification in first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

5 Financial Aid from an Established and Continuing Program -- Financial Aid from an Outside Sports Team or Organization (I) Division I member institutions are reminded that with the adoption of Proposal No B, a student-athlete may receive financial aid through an established and continuing program to aid students, provided: (a) The recipient's choice of institutions is not restricted by the donor of the aid; (b) There is no direct connection between the donor and the student-athlete's institution; and (c) The financial aid is not provided by an outside sports team or organization that conducts a competitive sports program to an individual who is or has been a member of that team or organization. The following scenarios are intended to assist the membership in consistently applying the legislation. For purposes of these scenarios, it is assumed the other provisions of Bylaw are met. Scenario No. 1: Student-athlete received a scholarship from a high school booster club for athletic achievement. Application: The student-athlete may receive the aid, even if athletics is a criterion for the scholarship. Scenario No. 2: Student-athlete received a scholarship that does not meet the criteria of financial aid from an established and continuing program. Application: The student-athlete may not receive the aid, even if the institution was planning to count the aid in the team limits; unless, it is permissible under another provision of the legislation. Scenario No. 3: Student-athlete received a scholarship that meets the criteria of financial aid from an established and continuing program; however, the scholarship is in its first year. Application: The student-athlete may receive the aid, if it is the intent of the scholarship to continue in future years. Subsection A Scenario No. 1: Student-athlete received a scholarship from a local elementary school that requires the recipient to be an elementary education major at a collegiate institution. Application: The student-athlete may receive the aid. Scenario No. 2: Student-athlete received a scholarship from a rotary club that requires the recipient to enroll at a college or university within the state. Application: The student-athlete may not receive the aid. The student-athlete s choice of institution is being restricted by the donor. Scenario No. 3: Student-athlete received a scholarship from a local high school booster club that requires the recipient to enroll at an NCAA or NAIA college or university. Application: The student-athlete may receive the aid. Subsection B Scenario No. 1: Student-athlete received a scholarship from a donor who is an alumnus of the studentathlete s institution. Application: The student-athlete may not receive the aid since there is a direct connection between the donor and the institution. Scenario No. 2: Student-athlete received a scholarship from a donor who is a parent of a current studentathlete at the institution but is not an alumnus. Application: The student-athlete may receive the aid since there is no a direct connection between the donor and the institution.

6 Subsection C Scenario No. 1: Student-athlete received a scholarship from the high school baseball booster club, which provides a scholarship each year to one outstanding graduating senior on the baseball team. Application: The student-athlete may receive the aid. The high school booster club is not an outside sport team or outside organization that conducts an athletics program. And, although the recipient represents the high school team, he or she has not represented the booster club in competition. Scenario No. 2: Student-athlete received a scholarship the high school provides each year to one outstanding graduating senior athlete. Application: The student-athlete may receive the aid. The high school is not an outside sport team or outside organization that conducts an athletics program. Scenario No. 3: Student-athlete received an honor scholarship from the high school athletics association. Each year, the high school athletics association provides this scholarship to one graduating senior who participates in the state tournament. The student-athlete participates in a state vs. state all-star tournament subsequent to the state tournament. Application: The student-athlete may not receive the aid. The high school athletics association is an outside organization that conducts an athletics program and the recipient represented the high school athletics association in competition as a member of a team it organized. Scenario No. 4: Student-athlete received a memorial scholarship from an area golf association provided to a graduating high school senior who best exemplifies the qualities of the individual for whom the scholarship is named. In order to participate in junior golf competitions in the area individuals must be a member of the association. Application: The student-athlete may receive the aid if he or she has only represented himself or herself or a team other than one representing the area golf association in competition. If the student-athlete has represented the area golf association in competition, then it is not permissible for him or her to receive the scholarship. Scenario No. 5: Student-athlete received a scholarship from the local football league based on community service, leadership and academics. Only graduating high school seniors who participated on a Pop Warner team sponsored by the league are eligible for consideration. Application: The student-athlete may receive the aid only if he or she has never represented the local football league in competition (e.g., as a member of a league all-star team vs. other league all-star teams). If the student-athlete has represented the local football league in competition, then it is not permissible for him or her to receive the scholarship. Scenario No. 6: Student-athlete received a scholarship provided yearly to a graduating high school senior by the local swimming committee. The student-athlete represented the local swimming committee during one zone competition against other local swimming committees two years prior. Application: The student-athlete represented the awarding organization in competition as a member of a team it organized. Therefore, the student-athlete is not permitted to receive the aid.

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