Chapter 8: Game On! College Sports
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The National Collegiate Athletic Association
governs most U.S. men's and women's
The NCAA divides colleges into how many
are grouped by conferences.
take place between different colleges competing in the same division.
competitive, but recreational college sports.
NCAA recruiting regulations
are contact (communication) rules which prospective student-athletes and college coaches must follow in order for the student to be eligible
to play for the college.
Academic eligibility rules
require a student-athlete to meet certain GPA, test
score, and course requirements to play intercollegiate sports.
federal law requiring that women be provided with an equal opportunity in sports.
A redshirt athlete
college student athlete withheld by the coach from
competition for one academic year, often to extend the athlete's NCAA four-year eligibility period.
a student who becomes part of the college team without being recruited.
Ch. 8 Collegiate Sport
Chapter 7 SPMT
Lesson 18: Resolving Insolvency
Lesson 17: How to Lose it All..
Lesson 16: Share with Care!
Lesson 15: Protect What You've Earned
Chapter 4: Road Trip!
Chapter 5: Let's Apply to College
Chapter 6: Move-In Day
Chapter 7: Major Discovery