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Board of Governors Ad Hoc Committee on Sports Wagering

The Board of Governors Ad Hoc Committee on Sports Wagering has been established to protect student-athlete well-being and ensure the integrity of competition. The committee is charged with examining the sports wagering landscape and its potential impact on current NCAA rules, educational efforts, player availability reporting, and any associated risks as more states legalize sports wagering. The committee consists of 12 members, including at least one president or chancellor, one director of athletics from a Division I autonomy conference and one student-athlete. The committee has six members from Division I, three from Division II and three members from Division III. The committee also includes members that have a working knowledge of sports medicine/athletic training and research. It also has the opportunity to engage subject matter experts as necessary to carry out its duties.

Board of Governors Ad Hoc Committee on Sports Wagering Roster