Division II Playing and Practice Season

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Review. Hot topics.Declaration of playing season.Countable physically related activities.Nonchampionship segment.Outside competition.Questions.. Intriguing issues. In crosscountry, field hockey, soccer and women\'s volleyball:Preseason rehearse 17 days before the first admissible challenge or date of rivalry or five days preceding the first day of classes (whichever is earlier);Limit understudy ath

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Division II Playing and Practice Season Andy Louthain and Leslie Schuemann 2010 Regional Rules Seminar

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Overview Hot points. Presentation of playing season. Countable physically related exercises. Nonchampionship portion. Outside rivalry. Questions.

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Hot Topics

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Hot Topics: Fall Preseason Practice Period In crosscountry, field hockey, soccer and ladies' volleyball: Preseason hone 17 days before the primary allowable challenge or date of rivalry or five days preceding the main day of classes (whichever is prior); Limit understudy competitors' (SA) interest in countable physically related exercises amid preseason rehearse period before first day of classes; Move first reasonable challenge or date of rivalry to Thursday going before September 6.

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Hot Topics Fall Preseason Practice Period 2010

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Hot Topics: Fall Preseason Practice Period Football : Preseason hone 21 days before the primary reasonable challenge or seven days preceding the principal day of classes (whichever is prior); Limit countable physically related exercises amid preseason hone period before first day of classes and keep up five-day acclimatization period; Move first passable challenge to Thursday going before September 6.

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Hot Topics Fall Preseason Practice Period 2010

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Hot Topics: Fall First Permissible Contest Exceptions Permissible to play first challenge between August 26 and September 1, 2010 if contracts were marked before August 6, 2009. Reasonable to start hone for challenges between August 26 and September 1, 2010 for each the February 4, 2010 Committee for Legislative Relief cover waiver.

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Hot Topic: Reductions Field Hockey and Soccer: Reduce the most extreme number of challenges from 20 to 18. Ladies' Volleyball: Reduce the most extreme number of dates of rivalry from 28 to 26. Ball: Reduce the most extreme number of challenges from 27 to 26.

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Hot Topics: Reductions Baseball : Reduce the most extreme number of challenges from 56 to 50. Golf: Reduce the most extreme number of dates of rivalry from 24 to 21. Softball: To dispense with the competition dates enactment

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Hot Topics: Winter Break In b-ball; swimming and jumping; indoor olympic style sports and wrestling, no countable physically related exercises or go from December 20 through December 26. Reasonable to travel December 20 after a far from home rivalry that happens December 19, gave that is the most punctual commonsense open door.

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Hot Topics: Winter Break In all games, no willful physically related exercises on grounds, unless the office is interested in the general understudy body, from December 20 through December 26.

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Declaration of Playing Season

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Declaration of Playing Season Prior to the start of the organizations playing season. Must be on document in writing in the bureau of games. Changes are allowable and furthermore might be in writing in the branch of sports. Local law 17.1.3

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Declaration of Playing Season Form

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Countable Athletically Related Activities

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Countable Athletically Related Activities Countable physically related exercises incorporate any meeting, movement or guideline including sports-related data or potentially having a games reason, held for at least one SAs at the heading of, or directed by, any part or individuals from the establishment's training staff. Ordinance 17.02.1

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Countable Athletically Related Activities Exception - Strength and Conditioning Personnel Strength and molding staff may screen deliberate individual workouts for security purposes. On the off chance that the quality and molding mentor is additionally an instructing staff part for one of the organization's intercollegiate groups, must perform such obligations for every single intercollegiate group. Ordinance 17. 02.1.1

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Countable Athletically Related Activities Preseason Practice Period Cross nation, field hockey, soccer and ladies' volleyball. Preceding the principal day of class: No over six hours of countable physically related exercises every day. Just five hours might be dedicated to physical action. Any session with physical action might not surpass three hours.

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Countable Athletically Related Activities Preseason Practice Period Cross nation, field hockey, soccer and ladies' volleyball. Must give three constant hours of recuperation time between sessions. Therapeutic treatment and suppers might be considered some portion of recuperation time. Enactment likewise applies to golf and tennis groups that utilization the option playing season. Standing rule 17.1.6.3.5

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Countable Athletically Related Activities Preseason Practice Period Five Day Acclimatization Period: Football. No molding, speed, quality or dexterity tests preceding the begin of the five-day acclimatization period. Close to one on-field rehearse every day amid the five-day time frame. On-field practice ought not last longer than three hours.

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Countable Athletically Related Activities Preseason Football Five Day Acclimatization Period: Football.

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Countable Athletically Related Activities Preseason Practice Period Football. Five Day Acclimatization Period. Close to one on-field hone every day enduring close to three hours. May lead one on–field testing session for one hour and one on-field rehearse not to surpass two hours. May lead one-hour stroll through every day. Must give no less than three consistent hours of recuperation time between any session. Standing rule 17.9.2.2

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Countable Athletically Related Activities Preseason Practice Period After Five Day Acclimatization Period: Football. May not direct different on-field rehearse sessions (e.g., two-a-day, three-a-day) on successive days.

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Countable Athletically Related Activities Preseason Practice Period After five-day acclimatization period Multiple Practice Session Days During three hours of recuperation time: SAs may not go to any gatherings or participate in other CARA (e.g., weightlifting). Time spent getting therapeutic treatment and eating suppers might be incorporated into the recuperation time.

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Countable Athletically related Activities: Preseason Football Walk-Through Single practice days as it were. May not be over 60 minutes. Gear, head protectors, cushions, blocking sleds or balls may not be utilized. No molding exercises may happen. Three-hour "recuperation" time amongst practice and stroll through.

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Countable Athletically Related Activities Playing Season Four hours for each day, 20 hours for every week. Must give one logbook day away from work every week. Exemption for golf rehearse rounds – may surpass the four hours for each day, however should remain inside 20 hours for each week run the show. Multisport participants:20 hours add up to every week in all games. Standing rule 17.1.6

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Countable Athletically Related Activities Outside Playing Season Only weight preparing, molding, singular aptitude direction and, in football, survey of amusement film. Restricted to eight hours for each week of which not over two hours for every week might be spent in aptitude guideline and, in football, audit of amusement film. Restricted one week before end of the year test period through finish of establishment's last examinations. Standing rule 17.1.6.2

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Countable Athletically Related Activities: Skill Instruction In games other than football singular aptitude related guideline is allowed: More than one gathering may take an interest. Same or distinctive offices. No coexisting. Each gathering must have a different mentor.

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Countable Athletically Related Activities: Skill Instruction

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Countable Athletically Related Activities: Missed Class Time Practice exercises. No class time should be missed for practice exercises aside from when a group is venturing out to a far from home challenge and the practice is in conjunction with the challenge. Rivalry in nonchampionship section. In group activities, no class time should be missed for rivalry. Local law 17.1.6.6

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Countable Athletically Related Activities Tracking Form

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Nonchampionship Segment

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Nonchampionship Segment Fall Sports with a Division II Championship

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Nonchampionship Segment Spring Sports with a Division II Championship

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Nonchampionship Segment: 24 inside 45 24 are considered "in-season". Other 21 are considered "out-of-season". Close to 20 hours for every week and close to 8 hours of "out-of-season" exercises.

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Nonchampionship Segment Playing and practice seasons - nonchampionship section - 24 inside 45 . 24 days must be a similar 24 days for all SAs on a similar group. Official Interpretation July 2002, Item No. 5

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Outside Competition

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Outside Competition General run for games other than ball: Permanently ineligible if the SA has contended as an individual from an outside group against outside rivalry amid the intercollegiate season. Local law 14.7.1 See Bylaw 14.7.3.1 to figure out who is liable to these controls.

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Outside Competition General manage for b-ball: Permanently ineligible if the SA has taken an interest in any sorted out b-ball rivalry aside from while speaking to the foundation. Standing rule 14.7.2 See Bylaw 14.7.4.2 to figure out who is liable to these controls for ball.

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Outside Competition When can a SA contend with an outside group? Dons other than ball: Outside the SA's game season. Between sections of the game season. On the off chance that one of the special cases is met.

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Outside Competition When can a SA contend with an outside group? B-ball: Summer. In the event that one of alternate special cases is met.

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Outside Competition When can a SA contend in outside rivalry as a person? No confinements on when a SA can contend a

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