Playing Rules Oversight Panel (PROP)

Playing Rules Oversight Panel

Mega match format to be limited to certain bowling competitions

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved the mega match format to be used only during the National Collegiate Championship, conference championships and exhibitions.

Ice hockey overtime protocols approved

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved a proposal to allow conferences to use one of two alternative formats to award points in their standings after the mandatory five-on-five, five-minute overtime period in men’s and women’s ice hockey.

Format for NCAA rifle qualifier approved

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved a change to the standard match format for the NCAA rifle qualifier.

Substitution rule modified in women’s lacrosse

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved a women’s lacrosse proposal that allows substitutions when the game clock is stopped.

Ice hockey overtime proposal modified

The NCAA Men’s and Women’s Ice Hockey Rules Committee voted to alter its overtime proposals after receiving membership feedback.

Delay rules adjusted in men’s basketball

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved changes to delay of game rules to differentiate between delays caused by the coach and those caused by a player.

Women’s basketball adds padding rule

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved a rule in women’s basketball permitting padding to cover elbow, hand, finger, wrist or forearm guards, casts, or braces made of fiberglass, plaster, metal or another nonpliable substance. The items must be covered on all exterior sides and edges with a slow-rebounding foam of not less than a half-inch thickness.

Overtime length reduced in field hockey

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved a proposal that decreases the length of overtime in field hockey.

Substitution change proposed in women’s lacrosse

In a continuation of the free movement rules it recommended last year, the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Rules Committee proposed another tweak to the sport that will allow substitutions when the game clock is stopped, unless otherwise specified in the rules.

New football rule limits number of headsets

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel on Friday approved a new rule that limits the number of coaches’ communication devices permitted in football games, starting with the 2018 season.

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