NCAA to help certify June basketball events

Acting on recommendations from the Commission on College Basketball, the NCAA on Tuesday announced it will certify scholastic boys’ basketball events in June for high schools that are not members of state high school associations affiliated with the National Federation of State High School Associations. The announcement clears a path for more schools to play an increased role in developing young basketball players in the summer and providing them with additional opportunities to be seen and recruited by college coaches.

June scholastic boys’ basketball events

Basketball players interested in developing their skills and showcasing their talent in front of Division I college coaches will have new opportunities to do so this summer through a series of events hosted by state high school coaches...

Northwestern’s Jim Phillips honored as a champion of inclusion

Northwestern’s Athletics Director Jim Phillips is being recognized by the NCAA Minority Opportunities and Interests Committee as a Champion of Diversity and Inclusion.

Insurance Certification Flowchart

The legislation does not mandate how compliance must be managed, therefore the institution has option on how to comply. Within each option there are different methods to administer the certification process. The following flowchart is...

Membership Resources for Student-Athlete Insurance Certification

The following information and materials are intended to provide member institutions with guidance on how to comply with NCAA legislation requiring certification of medical insurance covering athletically related injuries, answer common...

NCAA Insurance Legislation FAQs

Does the legislation require that the institution purchase insurance coverage for student-athletes? No. There are several methods to certify coverage, and it is up to each member institution to determine its preferred method. See the...

Filling in the Coverage Gaps

What should we do if the benefit limit of current medical insurance coverage maintained is less than the deductible of the NCAA catastrophic injury insurance program? If your institution provides accident medical coverage with a limit that...

Requiring Evidence of Insurance

If the institution requires student-athletes to provide evidence of insurance either in place of providing insurance or to “fill in a gap” with the institution’s insurance, the following provides suggestions on administering this approach...

Exceptional Student-Athlete Disability Insurance Program

In October 1990, a disability insurance program was initiated for exceptional student-athletes at NCAA institutions in the sports of football and men’s basketball. In April 1991, the program was expanded to include exceptional student-...

NCAA Catastrophic Injury Insurance Program

The NCAA sponsors a catastrophic injury insurance program for active member institutions. The insurance covers the student-athlete who is catastrophically injured while participating in a covered intercollegiate athletic activity. The...

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