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1 Building the CSUCI Division of Intercollegiate Athletics Presented by: Carl Reed II Director of Athletics

2 Division of Intercollegiate Athletics Mission Statement Intercollegiate Athletics at CSUCI will support the mission of the University by providing a comprehensive co-curricular program through competitive sports. Intercollegiate Athletics will be Educationally based, Ethically sound, Fiscally responsible, Gender equitable and will imbue the values of sportsmanship and fair play.

3 The CI Athletics Vision Develop the Athletic Vision and Plan Athletic Steering Group – Internal/External members who help develop the strategic direction Athletic Advisory Committee – Faculty chair with faculty, students, community leaders Athletic Booster Club (i.e. Dolphin Athletic Association-Annual Fund) Integrate Campus Fitness and Wellness into the University Strengthen campus recreation opportunities for students and staff Encourage healthy lifestyle choices for campus members (i.e. Exercise, Nutrition) Partner with Academic Affairs and Student Affairs to create academic programs (e.g. Kinesiology) Create the Athletic Department Structure Staffing (i.e. SWA, Compliance Coordinator, Development Director, Media Relations) Facilities Development (i.e. Event Center, Soccer Fields, Baseball, Softball, Tennis) Mission Statement/Vision Statement/Guiding Principles Strategic Plan (5 year/10 year)

4 The CI Athletics Vision Promote Scholar Athletes and Campus Leaders  Demand strong academic achievement  Hold to the same standard as other campus leaders  Encourage leadership roles on campus Ensure Program Integrity  Recruit coaches and staff that support the mission of CSUCI  Recruit student athletes that embody the mission of CSUCI  Foster a Booster Club that supports conference regulations. Embrace Community Outreach Participation  Adopt local community schools and student athletes serve as mentors  Outreach to the community in civically engaged projects

5 Countdown to Competition! Fall 2009 – Announce first two varsity sport teams Winter 2009/10 – Head Coach candidates interviewed Spring 2010 – Head Coaching positions offered and accepted. Summer/Fall Head Coaches begin building their programs. Fall/Winter Recruit prospective student athletes; work with current students interested in that sport Spring 2011 – Plan for first competition Fall First varsity competition on campus

6 CCAA Membership Requirements (California Collegiate Athletic Association) Active member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Compete in Division II of the NCAA in all sports where CCAA status is desired. PROVISIONAL MEMBERSHIP for 4 YEARS First Year – Not eligible for individual awards (e.g., Players of the Week, All-CCAA Teams, All-Academic Team, etc.) and voting privileges at all CCAA meetings Second Year - Eligible for individual awards and voting privileges Third Year -Eligible for CCAA Championships once active members of NCAA Division II.

7 CCAA Membership Requirements (California Collegiate Athletic Association) REGULAR MEMBERSHIP An institution must participate in and sponsor: Five sports for men and five sports for women OR four sports for men and six sports for women Men – Four of the following with one either in basketball or baseball: basketball, baseball, soccer, cross country, track and field, and golf. Women – Four of the following with one in either basketball or volleyball: basketball, cross country, volleyball, soccer, softball, tennis and track and field.

8 NCAA Membership Requirements (National Collegiate Athletic Association) Division II has 14 membership requirements which must be met. NCAA DIVISION II GENERAL MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS At least five sports for men and five sports for women OR four sports for men and six sports for women. Must have at least two team sports in each gender Meet three-season requirement in each gender (i.e., at least one men’s team and one women’s team complete in the fall, winter and spring. Publish progress towards degree requirements Establish policy concerning missed class time

9 Possible Sports FALL Men Soccer Cross Country Water Polo Women Soccer Cross Country Volleyball

10 Possible Sports WINTER Men and Women Basketball Swimming and Diving Indoor Track and Field Fall Men Women Soccer Cross Country Water Polo Volleyball

11 Possible Sports SPRING Winter Men and Women Basketball Swimming and Diving Indoor Track and Field Men Baseball Tennis Golf Track and Field Lacrosse Fall Men Women Soccer Cross Country Water Polo Volleyball Women Softball Tennis Golf Track and Field Sand Volleyball Water Polo

12 Staffing Needs: It Takes a Village Senior Women Associate AD for Internal Operations Associate AD for External Operations Business Manager Accounting Specialist Ticket Office Manager Director of Marketing & Promotions Director of Media Relations (SID) Facility Manager Buildings and Grounds Personnel Director of Compliance Athletic Trainers Coaches Administrative Assistants

13 Traditional Sources of Funding Student Fees Guarantees Gate Receipts/Ticket Surcharges Entry Fees Rentals Concessions Parking TV/Radio Rights fees Corporate Sponsorships Conference/NCAA funding Special Events Summer Camps Development/Advancement Marketing and Licensing Capital Reserves Endowments Earned Interest on Income Gifts-in-kind Facility use agreements Private/Public Partnerships Matching Grants Athletic Booster Clubs

14 Any Questions? How to get involved How to contact me – –


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