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Title: Katie Willett and Eric Hartung


1
Division III Sports Sponsorship and
Championships
  • Katie Willett and Eric Hartung

2
Overview
  • Sports sponsorship.
  • Minimum contests and participants.
  • Championships selection criteria.
  • Putting the pieces together.

3
Sports Sponsorship
  • NCAA BYLAW 20.11.3

4
Sport Sponsorship
  • A member institution shall sponsor a minimum
    number of sports.
  • All sports used to meet minimum requirements must
    meet minimum contest and participant requirements
    per NCAA Bylaw 20.11.3.5.

5
Acceptable Sports
  • Sports designated to meet the sports sponsorship
    criteria shall
  • Be among those in which the Association sponsors
    a championship.
  • Be recognized by the institution as varsity
    intercollegiate sports.
  • Involve all-male teams, mixed teams of males and
    females or all-female teams.

Bylaw 20.11.3.1
6
Current Sports Sponsorship
  • A member institution shall sponsor a minimum of
  • Five varsity sports for all-male teams or mixed
    teams.
  • Five all-female varsity sports.
  • Including three team sports for each gender.
  • One sport conducted in each sport season for each
    gender.

Bylaw 20.11.3
7
2010 Sports Sponsorship
  • A member institution shall sponsor a minimum
    number of sports based on institutional
    enrollment.

Bylaw 20.11.3
Effective -- August 1, 2010
8
2010 Sports Sponsorship
  • Enrollment of 1,000 students or less.
  • Five all-male teams (or mixed teams).
  • Three team sports.
  • One sport in each sport season.
  • Five all-female teams.
  • Three team sports.
  • One sport in each sport season.

Bylaw 20.11.3.1
Effective -- August 1, 2010
9
2010 Sports Sponsorship
  • Enrollment of more than 1,000 students.
  • Six all-male teams (or mixed teams).
  • Three team sports.
  • One sport in each sport season.
  • Six all-female teams.
  • Three team sports.
  • One sport in each sport season.

Effective -- August 1, 2010
Bylaw 20.11.3.2
10
Counting Multi-Season Sports. 
  • If sponsors same sport in two different seasons
  • May only count in season in which participate in
    most contests.
  • Majority of contests or dates of competition
  • September -- December Fall Sport.
  • December -- March Winter Sport.
  • February -- May Spring Sport.

Bylaw 20.11.3.4
11
Scenario
  • Institution enrollment 900.
  • Sports sponsorship.
  • Men's Five teams.
  • Women's Six teams.
  • One-year enrollment spike leads to enrollment
    1,050.
  • Compliant or noncompliant?

12
Minimum contests and participants requirements
for sports sponsorship
  • BYLAW 20.11.3.5

13
Minimum Contests and Participants
  • Requirements for Sports Sponsorship. 
  • Against varsity programs of four-year,
    degree-granting collegiate institutions.
  • Individual sports need a minimum number of
    participants in each contest counted toward
    meeting the minimum-contests requirement. 

Bylaw 20.11.3.5
14
Contests Versus Club Teams
  • A contest against a collegiate institution's club
    team may not be counted toward meeting the
    minimum-contest requirements.
  • However, a member is not precluded from
    scheduling club teams.

Bylaw 20.11.3.5.7
15
Team Sports
16
Individual Sports
17
Completion of Contest
  • To count as a contest, the institution's team
    actually shall participate in and complete the
    contest.
  • Scheduled contests that are canceled or not
    completed may not be counted.
  • In accordance with the playing rules of the sport
    in question.

Bylaw 20.11.3.5.1
18
Counting Multi-Contest Events
  • In the team sports, each game in a double-header,
    triple-header or tournament shall be counted as
    one contest.

Bylaw 20.11.3.5.3
19
Multi-Team Events Individual Sports
  • Not more than two institution-versus-institution
    meetings shall be counted as contests.
  • Example Quadrangular track and field meet.
  • If the institution achieves a single score in
    competition with the other competing institutions
    it shall be counted as one contest.
  • Example A conference championship.

Bylaw 20.11.3.5.4
20
Meets No Team Scoring
  • A meet at which no team scoring is kept counts as
    a contest
  • Provided the minimum number of participants
    participate on the institution's team.
  • Per Bylaw 20.11.3.5.

Bylaw 20.11.3.5.4.1
21
Individual Sports -- One or More Sites
  • An institution may use a competition in meeting
    the minimum-contest requirements if
  • Minimum number of student-athletes.
  • Participating on one or more teams.
  • At one or more sites.
  • On behalf of the institution on the same day.
  • Equals or exceeds the minimum number of
    participants per Bylaw 20.11.3.5.

Bylaw 20.11.3.5.5
22
Contests in Two Seasons
  • An institution sponsors the same sport in two
    different seasons.
  • It may count contests in both seasons provided
  • Regular varsity competition is sponsored in both
    seasons and
  • Is listed on the institution's official schedule.

Bylaw 20.11.3.5.6
23
Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field
  • Sponsoring both indoor and outdoor track and
    field, requires
  • Participation in a total of at least 11 indoor
    and outdoor meets.
  • Including at least three indoor and three outdoor
    meets.

Bylaw 20.11.3.5.8
24
Waivers
  • Minimum contests and participants
    (20.11.3.5.9.1).
  • Minimum contests (20.11.3.5.9.2).
  • Waivers of sports sponsorship.
  • Male-female enrollment ratio waiver
    (20.11.3.6.1).
  • Single-gender institution transitioning to
    coeducational institution (20.11.3.6.2).
  • Three-season sport waiver (20.11.3.6.3).

25
Scenario
  • Sport Cross Country.
  • Ten dates of competition scheduled.
  • Two dates get rained out (rescheduling
    unsuccessful) , resulting in...
  • Eight competition dates completed -- all single
    contests.
  • Additionally, the final four dates of completed
    competition was with a roster of four (one runner
    quit the team with four competitions remaining).

26
  • Countable Contests

NCAA BYLAW 17.02
27
Countable Contest
  • Any game, match, exhibition, scrimmage or joint
    practice session with another institution or an
    outside team.
  • Exemptions(i.e. Conference championship,
    season-ending tournament or foreign team in U.S.)

Bylaw 17.02.3
28
Countable Contest - Individual
  • Any contest in which the student-athlete competes
    while representing the member institution.
  • Individually or as a member of the varsity,
    sub-varsity or freshman team.
  • Unless an exemption exists.

Bylaw 17.02.4
29
Date of Competition - Institutional
  • A single date on which the institution's team
    engages in competition against an outside team.
  • Unless a specific exemption for a particular date
    of competition exists.

Bylaw 17.02.6
30
Date of Competition - Individual
  • Any date on which a student-athlete competes
    while representing the institution individually
    or as a member of the varsity, sub-varsity or
    freshman team.
  • Unless a specific exemption for a particular date
    of competition exists.

Bylaw 17.02.7
31
Example
  • Seven inning baseball game (No double-header
    involved).
  • Not considered completed contest per baseball
    playing rules.
  • Sport Sponsorship (Bylaw 20) NO
  • Championships (Bylaw 31) NO
  • Maximum Limitation (Bylaw 17) YES

32
Example
  • Conference Championship.
  • Annual Exemption.
  • Sport Sponsorship (Bylaw 20) YES
  • Championships (Bylaw 31) YES
  • Maximum Limitation (Bylaw 17) NO

33
Championships Selection
  • BYLAW 31.3.3

34
Countable Competition
  • Team-championship selection
  • Competition against varsity intercollegiate
    teams of four-year, degree-granting institutions
    that,
  • Conduct a majority of their competition against
    varsity intercollegiate teams of,
  • United States four-year, degree-granting
    institutions.

Bylaw 31.3.3.1
35
Countable Competition
  • Excluded contests
  • Service teams.
  • Professional teams.
  • Semiprofessional teams.
  • Amateur teams.
  • Two-year colleges.
  • Club teams.

36
Team Sport -- Championship Selection
  • Fifty-Percent Requirement.
  • At least 50 percent of scheduled competition
    against in-region opponents.

Bylaw 31.3.3.2.1
37
Team Sport -- Championship Selection
  • Countable in-region competition.
  • Teams played are located in the same established
    sport region or geographical region (NCAA
    Constitution 4.13.1.1), or
  • Within a 200-mile radius of each other, or
  • Are members of the same conference.

Bylaw 31.3.3.2.2
38
Scenario
  • Baseball in New England.
  • Thirty contests are scheduled.
  • Ten games rained out.
  • Make ups impossible.
  • The team wins their conference championship and
    receives the conference's automatic qualification.

39
Putting the Pieces Together
40
Team Sports
41
Team Sports
42
Individual Sports
43
Individual Sports
44
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