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1 KENNESAW STATE COMPLIANCE Coaches Educational Session Playing and Practice Seasons/Benefits October 20, 2011

2 AGENDA Compliance Staff The Pyramid Resources Playing and Practice Seasons Awards and Benefits In Closing….Its a Wrap

3 COMPLIANCE STAFF Heath Senour – Associate Athletic Director for Compliance Phone: Cindy Gillam – Compliance Coordinator Phone:

4 THE PYRAMID Self Reporting MONITORING POLICIES EDUCATION

5 COMPLIANCE RESOURCES Athletic Department >>>> Compliance Forms Policies Newsletters Recruiting Calendars Compliance Office Twitter Account Coming Soon

6 PLAYING AND PRACTICE SEASONS

7 MICHIGAN COI REPORT Violations in Countable Athletically Related Activities Required Warm Up and Stretching Activities Were Not Being Counted Sport Specific Staff Members Were Watching Volunteer Activities (Director of Operations/Quality Control) Time In Between Activities is Countable

8 DURING DECLARED SEASON Weekly Hour Limitation: 20 Hrs. of Countable Athletics Related Activities per week (not an all inclusive list): Competition (3 Hours a day) Practice Strategy Sessions/Film/Chalk Talk Skill Instruction Required Weight Training/Conditioning Team meetings

9 DURING DECLARED SEASON Weekly Hour Limitation: 4 Hours per day Max Golf Practice Round Exception Required 1 day off per week Travel Day May Be Used Basketball Exception – 3 contests in a week

10 DURING DECLARED SEASON Vacation Periods: Daily and weekly hour limitations do not apply during official vacation periods CARA Prohibited After Competition Film/Video on bus After arrival back to campus

11 OUTSIDE OF DECLARED SEASON Weekly Hour Limitation: 8 hours per week No more than 2 hours of skill instruction 6 hours of strength and conditioning Required 2 days off per week

12 OUTSIDE OF DECLARED SEASON Skill Instruction September 15 – April 15 More than 4 student-athletes may participate Prior to September 15 – After April 15 No more than 4 student-athletes at any one time Equipment related to sport may not be used during conditioning activities

13 OUTSIDE OF DECLARED SEASON No CARA During a Vacation Period Strength coaches may conduct workouts, provided student-athlete request workouts Practice Logs Weekly Logs Submitted Monthly Will Contact Those Who Need to Submit

14 VOLUNTARY ACTIVITIES All Conditions must be met: Activity must not be required to report back to coach Activity must be initiated and requested by student-athlete Activity may not be recorded for purposes of reporting back to coaching staff Student Athlete may not be subject to penalty if student-athlete elects not to participate

15 VOLUNTARY ACTIVITIES COACHING STAFF MEMBERS MAY NOT BE PRESENT DURING ANY VOLUNTARY ACTIVITIES Exceptions : Safety Exception: Track and Field field events, jumping hurdles or jumping element of steeplechase Coach may provide safety and skill instruction, but may not conduct the workout

16 VOLUNTARY ACTIVITIES COACHING STAFF MEMBERS MAY NOT BE PRESENT DURING ANY VOLUNTARY ACTIVITIES Exceptions : Summer-Workout Sessions: Golf, Tennis, Track and Field/XC May participate in individual-workout sessions, provided request is initiated by student-athlete

17 MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Baseball, Soccer, Softball and Volleyball No class time missed in conjunction with nonchampionship competition, including travel No class time missed for practice activities No practice between Midnight and 5am

18 CARA Review Hand-out Countable Athletic Meetings Visiting Competition Site in XC and Golf Review of Game Films

19 CARA Not Countable SA Initiated Meetings (No CARA) Travel (as long as no CARA occurs) Training Room Activities Fund Raising/Community Service Activities

20 AWARDS AND BENEFITS

21 PARTICIPATION AWARDS Underclassman - $225 Seniors - $425 Timing of Awards – February 16, 2000 Interp states that we may not provide annual participation awards prior to conclusion of regular season

22 OTHER AWARDS Special Event Participation Championship Awards Special Achievement Awards Scholar-Athlete, MVP - $175 Per November 17, 1996 interp, we may not award game balls to student-athletes for performances in contests

23 TEAM ENTERTAINMENT Away from Home Competition (16.7.1) Permissible to pay actual costs of reasonable entertainment w/in 100 mile radius of practice or competition May not provide cash to student-athletes for entertainment purposes Pro sports tickets are permissible

24 TEAM ENTERTAINMENT Vacation Periods (16.7.1) When team is required to remain on campus during vacation period Permissible to pay actual costs of reasonable entertainment w/in 30 miles of campus May not provide cash to student-athletes for entertainment purposes Pro sports tickets are not permissible

25 TEAM ENTERTAINMENT Movies in Conjunction w/ Home Contest (16.7.2) Permissible night before a contest DVD Rental Movie Theater May not provide cash

26 MISCELLANEOUS BENEFITS Nutritional Supplements [16.5.2(g)] Carbohydrate/electrolyte Drinks Energy bars Carbohydrate boosters Vitamins and minerals Fruits, Nuts and Bagels [16.5.2(h)] No cream cheese, jelly, butter, etc.

27 IN CLOSING….ITS A WRAP

28 CAi Phone logs Contacts/Evals Recruiting/Compliance Technology Mike Sansing FrontRush BlueChip JumpForward (October 26)

29 IN CLOSING….ITS A WRAP Questions? Thoughts?


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