October 2010 - Minimum Contests and Participation Requirements

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NCAA Bylaw 20.10.3.5
Minimum Contests and
Participants Requirements
1
What is a contest? (NCAA Bylaw 17.02.2)
A contest is any game, match, exhibition,
scrimmage or joint practice session with
another institution’s team, regardless of it’s
formality, in which competition in a sport
occurs.
2
In each sport, the team shall engage in a
minimum number of intercollegiate contests
each academic year in order to meet sports
sponsorship requirements.
3
The minimum number of contests must be
against four-year, degree granting collegiate
institutions.
4
In individual sports (m & w cross country,
m golf, and m & w tennis), the institution’s
team shall include a minimum number of
participants in each contest that is counted
toward meeting the minimum contest
requirement.
5
In team sports (baseball, m & w basketball,
m & w soccer, softball and volleyball), each
game of a doubleheader, tripleheader, trimatch or tournament shall be counted as
one contest.
6
To count as a contest, the institution’s team
shall participate in and complete the
contest.
For individual sports, the minimum number
of participants must participate in and
complete the contest.
7
Scheduled contests that are cancelled or not
completed (in accordance with the playing
rules of that particular sport) may not be
counted.
8
Team Sports
Baseball
Basketball (M & W)
Soccer (M & W)
Softball
Volleyball
Minimum Contests
24
22
10
24
9
9
Individual Sports
Minimum Contests/Participants
Cross Country (M & W)
5
5
Golf
6
5
Tennis (M & W)
10
5
10
ALWAYS ASK
BEFORE YOU ACT!!!!
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