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  1. March 2012 Monthly Compliance Meeting

  2. Villanova Compliance Challenge Who Wants to be a Millionaire?

  3. VU Challenge • Who Wants to be a Millionaire • The participant will answer up to 15 multiple choice questions. Once the question and possible answers have been read aloud, the participant will have 30 seconds to answer the question. • The questions will gradually become more difficult.

  4. VU Challenge • The benchmarks are at the $1,000 (Prize), $32,000 (Prize) and $1,000,000 milestones (Prize). • If you incorrectly answer a question, you will win the prize(s) associated with the last milestone(s) that you correctly answered. • You must attempt to answer all the questions. ALL PRIZES SPONSERED BY LBBIII

  5. Life Lines Any point in the game, you may use any of the three life lines one time. • Phone-A-Friend: Potential contacts - Jenn Brophy & Rick Stumpf. • 50/50 • Ask the Audience

  6. 50:50 15 Welcome toWho Wants to be a Millionaire $1 Million 14 $500,000 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 1 $100

  7. 15 $1 Million 14 $500,000 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 1 $100

  8. 15 $1 Million 14 $500,000 The size of advertisements for camps/clinics cannot exceed _?_ for a recruiting publication. 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 50:50 1 $100 A: 1 full page B: 2 pages C: ¼ page D: ½ page

  9. Camp or Clinic Advertisements. Camp or Clinic Advertisements. Camp or Clinic Advertisements. Explanation • Camp & Clinic Advertisements 13.4.3.1.2 • Advertisements for an institution's camp or clinic are permissible if placed in a recruiting publication (other than a high school, two-year college or non-scholastic game program) that includes a camp directory that meets the following requirements: • The size (not to exceed one-half page) and format of such advertisements must be identical; and • (b) The camp directory must include multiple listings of summer camps on each page (at least two summer-camp advertisements of the same size must appear on each page).

  10. 15 $1 Million 14 $500,000 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 1 $100

  11. 15 $1 Million 14 $500,000 13 $250,000 What is the mileage restriction associated with official visits? 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 50:50 1 $100 A: 15 miles B: 30 miles C: 100 miles D: no restriction

  12. Explanation Entertainment General Restrictions 13.6.7.1 An institution may provide entertainment, which may not be excessive, on the official visit only for a prospective student-athlete and the prospective student-athlete's parents (or legal guardians) or spouse and only within a 30-mile radius of the institution's main campus. Entertainment and contact by representatives of the institution's athletics interests during the official visit are prohibited. It is not permissible to entertain other relatives or friends (including dates) of a prospective student-athlete at any time at any site. 

  13. 15 $1 Million 14 $500,000 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 1 $100

  14. 15 $1 Million 14 $500,000 Sports other than men’s basketball define a Prospective Student Athlete as: 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 50:50 1 $100 B: Any individual who has started classes for the 8th grade A: Any individual who has started classes for the 7th grade D: Any individual who has started classes for the 5th grade C: Any individual who has started classes for the ninth grade

  15. Prospective Student-Athlete Explanation • Definition of PSA 13.02.12 • A prospective student-athlete is a student who has started classes for the ninth grade. In addition, a student who has not started classes for the ninth grade becomes a prospective student-athlete if the institution provides such an individual (or the individual's relatives or friends) any financial assistance or other benefits that the institution does not provide to prospective students generally. An individual remains a prospective student-athlete until one of the following occurs (whichever is earlier): • The individual officially registers and enrolls in a minimum full-time program of studies and attends classes in any term of a four-year collegiate institution's regular academic year (excluding summer); or • (b) The individual participates in a regular squad practice or competition at a four-year collegiate institution that occurs before the beginning of any term; or • (c) The individual officially registers and enrolls and attends classes during the summer prior to initial enrollment.

  16. 15 $1 Million 14 $500,000 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 1 $100

  17. 15 $1 Million Is it permissible for a student-athlete who is not enrolled, but who has been accepted for admission to the institution in a regular full-time program of studies, to engage in preseason practice and competition in fall sports or practice occurring in midyear between terms on the academic calendar, provided such practice is not used to determine whether aid is to be awarded? 14 $500,000 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 50:50 1 $100 A: Yes B: No D: I have no idea C: Maybe

  18. Explanation Practice Prior to Initial Enrollment 14.1.8.1.1 A student-athlete may practice during the official vacation period immediately preceding initial enrollment, provided the student has been accepted by the institution for enrollment in a regular, full-time program of studies at the time of the individual's initial participation; is no longer enrolled in the previous educational institution; and is eligible under all institutional and NCAA requirements.

  19. 15 $1 Million 14 $500,000 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 1 $100

  20. 15 $1 Million Which of the following signatures is NOT included on the NLI signing page? 14 $500,000 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 50:50 1 $100 A: Director of Athletics B: Prospect C: Coach D: Prospect’s Parent

  21. Congratulations! Congratulations! Congratulations! You’ve Reached The Mouth guard Milestone!

  22. 15 $1 Million 14 $500,000 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 1 $100

  23. 15 $1 Million 14 $500,000 Andy Athlete is a senior in high school and is being recruited by Ocean State to play football and baseball.  The two coaching staffs are working together to coordinate off-campus contacts.  Which of the following is true? 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 50:50 1 $100 A:Andy can have 9 off-campus contacts between the two coaching staffs B:Andy can have 3 off-campus contacts between the two coaching staffs D: Andy cannot have off-campus contact with either coaching staff C:Andy can have 6 off-campus contacts between the two coaching

  24. NCAA Staff Interpretation- 11/9/11- Permissible Number of Contacts for Multisport Athletes (I) This interpretation states that the maximum number of permissible off-campus contacts used by an institution for a multisport prospective student-athlete may not exceed the specific limit set forth in the contact legislation for the particular sport. For example, if an institution's football coach and track coach contact a prospective student-athlete, the institution uses only one institutional contact; however, the track coach may not engage in more than three off-campus contacts, even if the coach makes contact on the same day as the football coach. Further, if the football coach already has contacted the prospective student-athlete on five occasions, the track coach only has one remaining contact. [References: NCAA Bylaws 13.1.4.1.5 (multiple sport athlete) and 13.1.5 (contacts); and an official interpretation (09/05/97, Item No. b).

  25. 15 $1 Million 14 $500,000 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 1 $100

  26. 15 Is it permissible for an institution to place a camp or clinic ad in a publication related to any competition in which PSAs are participants (e.g,nonscholastic competition program)? $1 Million 14 $500,000 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 50:50 1 $100 A: No B: Yes C: Yes, with stipulations D: I have no idea

  27. Camp or Clinic Advertisements. Camp or Clinic Advertisements. Camp or Clinic Advertisements. Explanation • Camp & Clinic Advertisements 13.4.3.1.2 • Advertisements for an institution's camp or clinic are permissible if placed in a recruiting publication (other than a high school, two-year college or non-scholastic game program) that includes a camp directory that meets the following requirements: • The size (not to exceed one-half page) and format of such advertisements must be identical; and • (b) The camp directory must include multiple listings of summer camps on each page (at least two summer-camp advertisements of the same size must appear on each page).

  28. 15 $1 Million 14 $500,000 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 1 $100

  29. 15 $1 Million 14 $500,000 The men’s soccer team practices for the Big East Tournament on November 1st and 2nd. They play their first round on the 3rd. Unfortunately they lose and are done their championship segment. How many of those days count towards the days used in the playing season, if any? 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 50:50 1 $100 B: November 3rd only counts A: None of them count D: November 1, 2, and 3 count C: November 1st and 2nd only count.

  30. Explanation General Regulations for Computing Playing Seasons Applicable to All Sports 17.1.7 (e) Conference Championships. Conference championships must be included within the institution's playing season

  31. 15 $1 Million 14 $500,000 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 1 $100

  32. 15 $1 Million 14 $500,000 An institution may produce a computer-generated recruiting presentation (e.g., using presentation software) to show, play, or provide to a prospective student-athlete, but the presentation may be subject to which of the following provisions:  13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 50:50 1 $100 B: The presentation may not be created by an entity outside the institution A: The presentation may not be posted on the institution’s website D: The presentation can be personalized to include SA’s name, likeness, or picture. C: There are no provisions

  33. Explanation Computer Generated Recruiting Presentations 13.4.1.5.3 An institution may produce a computer-generated recruiting presentation (e.g., using presentation software) to show to, play for or provide to a prospective student-athlete, subject to the following provisions:   (a) The presentation may be posted to the institution's website; (b) The presentation may include general informational video/audio material that relates to an institution or its athletics programs and is not created for recruiting purposes; (c) The presentation may not be personalized to include a prospective student-athlete's name, picture or likeness; and (d) The presentation may not be created by an entity outside the institution.

  34. 15 $1 Million 14 $500,000 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 1 $100

  35. 15 $1 Million 14 $500,000 13 $250,000 Are prospects on official and/or unofficial visits permitted to be on the sideline at a home contest? 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 50:50 1 $100 A: Yes, throughout the game B: Yes, for the first half D: Yes, but only during pregame activities C: No, never

  36. Explanation Prospects that attend home contests during an official/unofficial visit are permitted to be on the sidelines only during pregame activities. Please note that once the game begins all prospects must be off the sidelines and seated in the general seating area and remain in the seating area throughout the remainder of the game, including halftime. Also remember: providing seating during the conduct of the event (including intermission) for the PSA or those persons accompanying the PSA in the facility’s press box, special seating box(es) or bench area is specifically prohibited.

  37. Congratulations! Congratulations! Congratulations! You’ve Reached The Hat Milestone!

  38. 15 $1 Million 14 $500,000 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 1 $100

  39. 15 Volleyball coaches at OSU are planning their recruiting trips for the spring.  There are several tournaments they want to attend but have to make sure they do not exceed the total number of evaluation days or the maximum number of evaluations per prospect. Here is the plan for the next recruiting trip Assistant Coach attends a tournament Fri, Sat, and Sun. He watches 8 different teams. Head Coach attends the same tournament Saturday and Sunday and watches 4 teams (the same as the assistant coach). How many evaluation days were utilized? How many total evaluations were utilized? $1 Million 14 $500,000 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 50:50 1 $100 A: 5 evaluation days and 1 evaluation B: 2 evaluation days and 1 evaluation C: 1 evaluation day and 1 evaluation D: 5 evaluation days and 2 evaluations

  40. EXPLANATION The assistant coach used 3 evaluation days and the head coach used 2 evaluation days even though they were at the same event at the same time.  NCAA Bylaw 13.02.7.2 states that an evaluation day is defined as one coach engaged in the evaluation of any prospective student-athlete on one day (12:01 a.m. to midnight).  Two coaches making evaluations on the same day shall use two evaluation days. The combined total of such days for all staff members shall not exceed 210 in football and 168 during the spring evaluation period, 50 in softball and 80 in women's volleyball.

  41. Explanation Continued • Because the event was a tournament conducted on consecutive days, the coaches only used one evaluation for the prospects they watched.  NCAA Bylaw 13.1.7.15 state that evaluation during each day of a tournament held during the academic year shall count as a separate evaluation except as follows (see Bylaw 13.1.4.1.4.1):  (Revised:  3/22/06) • Evaluation of multiple contests in a tournament that occurs on consecutive days (and normally at the same site) shall count as a single evaluation. • (b) Evaluation of multiple contests in a single tier of a tournament (e.g., sectional, district, regional) shall count as a single observation.  If a particular tier of a tournament is subdivided into identifiable segments (e.g., conducted on different weekends), evaluation of contests in each identifiable segment counts as a single observation. 

  42. 15 $1 Million 14 $500,000 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 1 $100

  43. 15 Free Kick is a soccer student-athlete at Ocean State University (OSU).  Free completed 6 credits in the fall of his freshman year and completed 9 in the spring completing a total of 15 credits. He plans to take 6 credits in summer school. Which of the following can the summer school credits not count towards? $1 Million 14 $500,000 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 50:50 1 $100 A: 24/36 hour rule B: Percentage of Degree C: GPA D: 18 credits

  44. Explanation • Fulfillment of Credit-Hour Requirements • BYLAW 14.4.3.1 • Eligibility for competition shall be determined based on satisfactory completion of at least: • Twenty-four-semester or 36-quarter hours of academic credit prior to the start of the student-athlete's second year of collegiate enrollment (third semester, fourth quarter); • (b) Eighteen-semester or 27-quarter hours of academic credit since the beginning of the previous fall term or since the beginning of the certifying institution's preceding regular two semesters or three quarters (hours earned during the summer may not be used to fulfill this requirement) (see Bylaw 14.4.3.1.4); and • (c) Six-semester or six-quarter hours of academic credit during the preceding regular academic term (e.g., fall semester, winter quarter) in which the student-athlete has been enrolled full time at any collegiate institution (see Bylaw 14.1.10 for postseason certification).

  45. 15 $1 Million 14 $500,000 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 1 $100

  46. 15 $1 Million An institution's coaching staff member may not be involved in any capacity (e.g., coach, participant, administrator) with a sports club in which the coach would be involved with PSAs participating in any sport who live outside of a ___?___ radius of the member institution's campus.  14 $500,000 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 50:50 1 $100 B: 50 mile A: 10 mile C: 100 mile D: No restriction

  47. Coaching Staff Member’s Involvement with a Local Sports Club that Includes Prospects Who Reside Outside a 50 Mile Radius of the Institution (Interpretation of 13.11.2.3) The committee confirmed that an institution’s coaching staff member may not be involved in any capacity (e.g., coach, participant, administrator) with a sports club in which the coach would be involved with prospects participating in any sport who live outside of 50-mile radius of the member institution’s campus. For example, a coaching staff member may not serve as an executive director of a club if the club includes prospects on any of its teams who reside outside a 50-mile radius of the member institution’s campus. If a coaching staff member serves as an administrator of a single team in a club that involved multiple teams or sports, the 50-mile radius is applicable only to the team with which the institution’s coach is involved.

  48. 15 $1 Million 14 $500,000 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 1 $100

  49. 15 $1 Million Can a PSA receive transportation to an off campus game in PSA’s sport by a current SA on an official visit? On an unofficial visit? 14 $500,000 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 50:50 1 $100 A: On an unofficial Only B: On an official only D: On both C: on neither

  50. Explanation Transportation General Restriction 13.5.1 An institution may not provide transportation to a prospective student-athlete other than on an official paid visit or, on an unofficial visit, to view a practice or competition site in the prospective student-athlete's sport and other institutional facilities and to attend a home athletics contest at any local facility when accompanied by an institutional staff member.  During the official paid visit, transportation may be provided to view a practice or competition site and other institutional facilities located outside a 30-mile radius of the institution's campus. Transportation on Unofficial Visit 13.5.3 During any unofficial recruiting visit, the institution may provide the prospective student-athlete with transportation to view practice and competition sites in the prospective student-athlete's sport and other institutional facilities and to attend a home athletics contest at any local facility.  An institutional staff member must accompany the prospective student-athlete during such a trip.  Payment of any other transportation expenses, shall be considered a violation.