Andy Louthain and Leslie Schuemann 2010 Regional Rules Seminar Hot topics. Declaration of playing season. Countable athletically related activities.
Nonchampionship segment. Outside competition. Questions. In cross country, field hockey, soccer and womens volleyball: Preseason practice 17 days prior to the first
permissible contest or date of competition or five days prior to the first day of classes (whichever is earlier); Limit student-athletes (SA) participation in countable athletically related activities during preseason practice period before first day of classes; Move first permissible contest or date of competition to Thursday preceding September 6. Fall Preseason Practice Period 2010 Sunday Monday Tuesday
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday August 1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 Equipment or Pictures 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 First Date of Preseason Practice 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
September 1 2 3 4 Thursday preceding 9/6 5 6
Football: Preseason practice 21 days prior to the first permissible contest or seven days prior to the first day of classes (whichever is earlier); Limit countable athletically related activities during preseason practice period before first day of classes and maintain five-day acclimatization period; Move first permissible contest to Thursday preceding September 6. Fall Preseason Practice Period 2010 Sunday
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday August 1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 Equipment or Pictures First Date of
Preseason Practice 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
22 23 24 25 26 27 28
29 30 31 September 1 2 3 4 Thursday
preceding 9/6 5 6 Permissible to play first contest between August 26 and September 1, 2010 if contracts were signed before August 6, 2009. Permissible to begin practice for contests
between August 26 and September 1, 2010 per the February 4, 2010 Committee for Legislative Relief blanket waiver. Field Hockey and Soccer: Reduce the maximum number of contests from 20 to 18. Womens Volleyball: Reduce the maximum number of dates of competition from 28 to 26. Basketball: Reduce the maximum number of contests from 27 to 26. Baseball: Reduce the maximum number of contests from 56 to 50. Golf: Reduce the maximum number of dates of competition from 24 to 21.
Softball: To eliminate the tournament dates legislation In basketball; swimming and diving; indoor track and field and wrestling, no countable athletically related activities or travel from December 20 through December 26. Permissible to travel December 20 after an away from home competition that occurs December 19, provided that is the earliest practical opportunity.
In all sports, no voluntary athletically related activities on campus, unless the facility is open to the general student body, from December 20 through December 26. o Prior to the beginning of the institutions playing season. o Must be on file in writing in the department of athletics. o Changes are permissible and also shall be in writing in the department of athletics.
Bylaw 17.1.3 Declaration of Playing Season Form Countable athletically related activities include any meeting, activity or instruction involving sportsrelated information and/or having an athletics purpose, held for one or more SAs at the direction of, or supervised by, any member or members of the institutions coaching staff. 17.02.1 Bylaw
Exception - Strength and Conditioning Personnel Strength and conditioning personnel may monitor voluntary individual workouts for safety purposes. If the strength and conditioning coach is also a coaching staff member for one of the institution's intercollegiate teams, must perform such duties for all intercollegiate teams. Bylaw 17. 02.1.1 Cross country, field hockey, soccer and womens volleyball. Prior to the first day of class:
No more than six hours of countable athletically related activities per day. Only five hours may be devoted to physical activity. Any session with physical activity shall not exceed three hours. Cross country, field hockey, soccer and womens volleyball. Must provide three continuous hours of recovery time between sessions. Medical treatment and meals may be considered part of recovery time. Legislation also applies to golf and tennis teams that use the alternative playing season. Bylaw 184.108.40.206.5
Five Day Acclimatization Period: Football. No conditioning, speed, strength or agility tests prior to the start of the five-day acclimatization period. No more than one on-field practice per day during the five-day period. On-field practice should not last longer than three hours. Day Equipment Day One and Two
Helmets Only Day Three and Four Helmets and Shoulder Pads Only Day 5 and Thereafter Full Pads After Five Day Acclimatization Period: Football. May not conduct multiple on-field practice sessions (e.g., two-a-day, three-a-day) on
consecutive days. Times of Practice Amount of Activity One practice No more than three hours of on-field practice. More than one practice No more than five hours of on-field practice. Must have three hours of recovery time between practices.
After five-day acclimatization period Multiple Practice Session Days During three hours of recovery time: SAs may not attend any meetings or engage in other CARA (e.g., weightlifting). Time spent receiving medical treatment and eating meals may be included in the recovery time. o Single practice days only.
o May not be more than one hour. o Equipment, helmets, pads, blocking sleds or balls may not be used. o No conditioning activities may occur. o
Three-hour recovery time between practice and walk-through. Four hours per day, 20 hours per week. Must provide one calendar day off per week. Exception for golf practice rounds may exceed the four hours per day, but must stay within 20 hours per week rule. Multisport participants:20 hours total per week in all sports. Bylaw 17.1.6 Only weight training, conditioning, individual skill instruction and, in football, review of game film.
Limited to eight hours per week of which not more than two hours per week may be spent in skill instruction and, in football, review of game film. Prohibited one week prior to final exam period through conclusion of institutions final examinations. Bylaw 220.127.116.11 In sports other than football individual skill related instruction is permitted: More than one group may participate. Same or different facilities. No co-mingling.
Each group must have a separate coach. Sport Number of SAs Permitted Individual Sports No more than four SAs Team Sports Starting Squad Size of six or fewer
No more than four SAs Team Sports Starting Squad Size of seven or more No more than six SAs Practice activities. No class time shall be missed for practice activities except when a team is traveling to an away-from-home contest and the practice is in conjunction with the contest.
Competition in nonchampionship segment. In team sports, no class time shall be missed for competition. Bylaw 18.104.22.168 Countable Athletically Related Activities Tracking Form Sports First Practice
Nonchampionship Date Segment Cross Country Field Hockey Soccer February 15. First Contest Date of Date of Competition End of Regular Playing Season
February 15. No later than seven calendar days prior to the date of the final exams. Womens Volleyball 24 days within 45 consecutive calendar days. Sports
First Practice Nonchampionship Date First Contest Date of Date of Competition End of Regular Playing Season Golf September 7 or the first day of
classes, whichever occurs first. November 15. Segment Baseball Lacrosse Womens Rowing September 7 or the first day of
classes, whichever occurs first. Softball Tennis 24 days within 45 consecutive calendar days Rowing 45 within 65, Golf 24 within 60. 24 are considered in-season.
Other 21 are considered out-of-season. No more than 20 hours per week and no more than 8 hours of out-of-season activities. Sun Mon Tues Wed Thu Fri Sat Total 4 hrs prac. 2 hrs 4 hrs
weight prac. 2 hr 4 hrs weight prac. Day Off 20 hrs total 1 1 hr
skill 1 hr skill 2 3 2 hrs weight 8 hrs of out of season
Playing and practice seasons - nonchampionship segment - 24 within 45. 24 days must be the same 24 days for all SAs on the same team. Official Interpretation July 2002, Item No. 5 General rule for sports other than basketball:
Permanently ineligible if the SA has competed as a member of an outside team against outside competition during the intercollegiate season. Bylaw 14.7.1 See Bylaw 22.214.171.124 to determine who is subject to these regulations. General rule for basketball: Permanently ineligible if the SA has participated in any organized basketball competition except
while representing the institution. Bylaw 14.7.2 See Bylaw 126.96.36.199 to determine who is subject to these regulations for basketball. When can a SA compete with an outside team? Sports other than basketball: Outside the SAs sport season. Between segments of the sport season. If one of the exceptions is met. When can a SA compete with an outside
team? Basketball: Summer. If one of the other exceptions is met. When can a SA compete in outside competition as an individual? No restrictions on when a SA can compete as an individual. Cannot represent an outside team. Cannot receive expenses from an outside team. Basketball SAs cannot take advantage of this exception. Bylaw 188.8.131.52
When can a SA practice with an outside team? No restrictions on when a SA can practice with an outside team. Outside Competition Approval Forms What about intramurals? Official Interpretation December 1989, Item f. SAs participation in intramurals during playing
season. Intramurals are not considered outside competition; therefore SAs can compete in intramurals during the season. What about intramurals? Official Interpretation February 2009, Item b.
Intramural team competing against outside team. Competition involving an institutions intramural team against an outside team, including another institutions intramural team is considered outside competition.
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