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Title: Education Session on Playing and Practice Season Time Limitations


1
Education Session on Playing and Practice Season
Time Limitations
  • NCAA Division I rules effective August 1, 2003.

2
Overview
  • Hour limitations
  • In-season hour limitations.
  • Out-of-season hour limitations.
  • Preseason and academic year vacation period hour
    limitations.
  • Multisport student-athlete hour limitations.
  • Permissible activities during the playing season
  • General information.
  • Countable athletically related activities.
  • Permissible activities outside the playing
    season
  • Skill instruction
  • Conditioning activities
  • Definition of voluntary.
  • Permissible activities during the summer
  • General information.
  • Football summer conditioning.
  • Safety exception.
  • Individual sport skill instruction.

3
Review of Daily and Weekly Hour Limitations
  • In Season (20 Hours)

4
In-Season Hour Limitations
  • Countable athletically related activities may
    occur not more than 20 hours per week, with a
    maximum of four hours per day.
  • Golf practice rounds.
  • A practice round of golf may exceed the four
    hours per day limitation, but the weekly limit of
    20 hours shall remain in effect.
  • A practice round played on the day prior to the
    start of a collegiate golf tournament at the
    tournament site shall count as three hours,
    regardless of the actual duration of the round.

5
In-Season Hour Limitations
  • A week is defined as any seven consecutive days
    (determined at the institutions discretion).
  • Once the institution determines the seven-day
    period that shall constitute its week, it shall
    not change that designation for the remainder of
    the segment.

6
In-Season Hour Limitations
  • All competition and any associated athletically
    related activities on the day of competition
    shall count as three hours regardless of the
    actual duration of these activities.
  • Practice may not be conducted after competition
    at any time (including vacation periods).
  • Exceptions between contests, rounds or events
    during a multiday or multievent competition
    (e.g., doubleheaders in softball or baseball,
    rounds of golf in a multiday tournament).

7
In-Season Hour Limitations
  • All countable athletically related activities are
    prohibited during one calendar day per week.
  • Exceptions
  • During participation in one conference and
    postseason championship
  • During participation in postseason certified bowl
    games or National Invitational Tournaments
  • During participation in NCAA championships.
  • Exception During preseason practice before the
    first contest or first day of classes and during
    vacation periods.

8
Review of Daily and Weekly Hour Limitations
  • Out of Season (Eight Hours)

9
Out-of-Season Hour Limitations During the
Academic Year
  • In sports other than Division I-A and I-AA
    football, only a student-athletes participation
    in required weight-training, conditioning and
    individual skill instruction requested by the
    student-athlete is permitted.
  • A maximum of eight hours per week, of which not
    more than two hours per week may be spent on
    individual skill workouts.
  • In Divisions I-A and I-AA football, activities
    outside the playing season shall be conducted
    pursuant to Bylaw 17.11.6.

10
Review of Daily and Weekly Hour Limitations
  • Preseason and Academic Year Vacation Periods

11
Preseason and Academic Year Vacation Periods
  • Daily and weekly hour limitations do not apply to
    countable athletically related activities
    occurring during preseason practice prior to the
    first day of classes or the first scheduled
    contest, whichever is earlier.

12
Preseason and Academic Year Vacation Periods
  • A student-athlete may not participate in any
    countable athletically related activities outside
    the playing season during any institutional
    vacation period and/or summer.
  • Strength and conditioning coaches who are not
    countable coaches and who perform such duties on
    a department-wide basis may design and conduct
    specific workout programs for student-athletes,
    provided such workouts are
  • Voluntary.
  • Conducted at the request of the student-athlete.

13
Review of Daily and Weekly Hour Limitations
  • Multisport Student-Athletes

14
Multisport Student-Athletes
  • Current Rule The daily and weekly hour
    limitations apply separately to each sport in
    which the student-athlete is a participant.

15
Multisport Student-Athletes - NCAA Proposal No.
2003-16
  • Intent To specify that a multisport
    student-athletes participation in countable
    athletically related activities shall not exceed
    a total of 20 hours per week and four hours per
    day.
  • Scheduled for second consideration by the NCAA
    Division I Management Council and Board of
    Directors in April 2004.

16
Permissible Activities During the Playing Season
(In Season) Period
17
General Information
  • Declaration of the institutions playing season
    in each sport shall be on file in writing in the
    department of athletics prior to the beginning of
    the institutions playing season for that sport.
  • Changes in declaration for a particular sport are
    permissible and also shall be filed in writing.

18
General Information
  • For all sports other than football and
    basketball, each member institution may divide
    the playing season into not more than two
    distinct segments championship and
    nonchampionship.
  • An institution may not declare the summer
    vacation period as its nonchampionship segment.

19
Changes in the 2003-04 NCAA Division I Manual
Regarding Bylaw 17.02.1
  • The laundry list of permissible items was removed
    from the Manual (see Proposal 2002-28).
  • The intent behind removing the list was to
    simplify the definition.
  • The application of the rule has not been changed
    by the deletion of the laundry list.
  • Administrative meetings, activities incidental to
    participation (e.g., taping, rehabilitation) and
    voluntary activities continue to be excluded from
    the weekly and daily time limitations.

20
Countable and Noncountable Activities
  • Student-athletes may not miss class to attend
    practice.
  • Exception when a team is traveling to an
    away-from-home contest, and the practice is in
    conjunction with the contest.
  • Practice may not be conducted at any time
    (including vacation periods) following
    competition.
  • Exception between contests, rounds or events
    during a multiday or multievent competition
    (e.g., doubleheaders in softball and baseball,
    rounds of golf in a multiday tournament).

21
Permissible Activities Outside the Playing Season
during the Academic Year (Out of Season)
22
Permissible activities outside the playing season
during the academic year (out of season).
  • Individual skill instruction (sports other than
    football).
  • Participation by student-athletes in individual
    skill-related instruction in sports other than
    football is permitted, provided not more than
    four student-athletes from the same team are
    involved in skill-related instruction with their
    coach(es) at any one time in any facility and the
    student-athletes request the instruction.

23
Permissible activities outside the playing season
during the academic year (out of season).
  • Conditioning activities.
  • Conditioning drills that simulate game activities
    are permissible, provided no offensive or
    defensive alignments are set up and no equipment
    related to the sport is used.
  • In ice hockey, a student-athlete may be involved
    in on-ice conditioning activities, provided no
    equipment other than skates is used.

24
Permissible activities outside the playing season
during the academic year (out of season).
  • An ergometer (i.e., a rowing machine) is not
    considered equipment related to the sport of
    rowing. Therefore, in the sport of rowing, any
    use of an ergometer during the required
    conditioning activities that may occur during the
    academic year outside the playing season is not
    limited to the two hours of permissible
    skill-instruction activities. Reference
    10/15/00 official interpretation, Item No.
    9-b-(2)-(a)

25
What is at any one time in any facility?
  • Example A coach may not work with four
    student-athletes in Gym A while at the same time
    another coach is working with a different group
    of four student-athletes in Gym B, even if Gym B
    is in a different building.

26
Definition of Voluntary
  • In order for any athletically related activity to
    be considered voluntary, all the following
    conditions must be met
  • The student-athlete must not be required to
    report back to a coach or other athletics
    department staff member (e.g., strength coach,
    trainer, manager) any information related to the
    activity.
  • No athletics department staff member who observes
    the activity (e.g., strength coach, trainer,
    manager) may report back to the student-athletes
    coach any information related to the activity.
  • Note Coaches may not observe voluntary
    activities. However, coaching staff members may
    be present during permissible skill-related
    instruction requested by the student-athlete
    pursuant to Bylaw 17.1.5.2.2.

27
Definition of Voluntary
  • The activity must be initiated and requested
    solely by the student-athlete. Neither the
    institution nor any athletics department staff
    member may require the student-athlete to
    participate in the activity at any time.
  • Athletics department staff members may provide
    information to student-athletes related to
    opportunities for participating in voluntary
    activities (e.g., time when the strength and
    conditioning coach will be on duty in the weight
    room or on the track).
  • For students who have initiated a request to
    engage in voluntary activities, the institution
    or an athletics department staff member may
    assign specific times for student-athletes to use
    institutional facilities and inform the
    student-athletes of the time in advance.

28
Definition of Voluntary
  • The student-athletes attendance and
    participation in the activity (or lack thereof)
    may not be recorded for the purposes of reporting
    such information to coaching staff members or
    other student-athletes.
  • The student-athlete may not be subject to penalty
    if he or she elects not to participate in the
    activity.
  • Neither the institution nor any athletics
    department staff member may provide recognition
    or incentives (e.g., awards) to a student-athlete
    based on his or her attendance or performance in
    the activity.

29
Permissible Activities During the Summer
30
General Information
  • A student-athlete may not participate in any
    countable athletically related activities outside
    the playing season during any institutional
    vacation period and/or summer.
  • Strength and conditioning coaches who are not
    countable coaches and who perform such duties on
    a department-wide basis may design and conduct
    specific workout programs for student-athletes,
    provided such workouts are voluntary and
    conducted at the request of the student-athlete.

31
Football Summer Conditioning Period Divisions
I-A and I-AA
  • In Divisions I-A and I-AA football, between the
    start of the summer conditioning and the start of
    preseason practice period, an institution shall
    conduct its out-of-season conditioning period as
    follows
  • Institutions shall count back nine weeks from the
    first permissible reporting date for preseason
    practice. During this nine-week period,
    institutions shall designate one week as
    student-athlete discretionary time.

32
Football Summer Conditioning Period Divisions
I-A and I-AA
  • During the remaining eight weeks of the summer
    conditioning period
  • Nonmandatory weight training and conditioning
    activities may occur.
  • Prospects who have signed a National Letter of
    Intent or, for those institutions not using the
    National Letter of Intent, a prospect who has
    signed an institutions written offer for
    admission and/or financial aid may participate.
  • No more than eight hours per week.
  • Clean apparel permissible.

33
Football Summer Conditioning Period Divisions
I-A and I-AA
  • Prior to participation in any summer
    weight-training or conditioning workouts, those
    prospects who have signed the National Letter of
    Intent and student-athletes who will be
    beginning their initial season of eligibility for
    football practice at the institution in the fall
    shall be required to undergo a preparticipation
    medical examination administered and supervised
    by a physician.

34
Safety Exception
  • In certain sports, a coach may be present during
    voluntary individual workouts in the
    institutions regular practice facility (without
    the workouts being considered as countable
    athletically related activities) when the
    student-athlete uses equipment in that sport.
    The coach may provide safety or skill instruction
    but cannot conduct the individuals workout.

35
The Safety Exception is Applicable to the
Following Sports
36
Individual Sport Skill Instruction
  • In individual sports (except equestrian), a coach
    may participate in individual workout sessions
    with student-athletes from the coachs team
    during the summer, provided the student-athlete
    initiates the request for such assistance.
  • It is not permissible for the institution to pay
    fees for the use of a facility.
  • Individual sports are listed in Bylaw 17.02.12.2.
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