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  • 1. CHAPTER 7 DISCUSSION QUESTIONS1) How did college sport as we have come to know it start?2) What Democratic presidential nominee attended the above event?3) How was the IAAUS formed?4) What is the largest & most influential college sport governing body on the US?5) Of all 3 divisions, which one is the largest?6) What governing body, with an emphasis on academic achievement, is open to4-year & upper-level 2-year colleges in the US & Canada? 7) What does the EADA state?8) Who assumes oversight of numerous areas within the athletics department?9) Who supports the AD in achieving the overall mission of the department?10) Who are responsible for specific work groups in the athletics department?11) What is the highest ranking female administrator involved in the managementof an NCAA institutions intercollegiate athletics department? 
  • 2. HOW DID COLLEGE SPORT AS WE HAVE COME TO KNOW IT START? A 2-MILE CREW RACE BETWEEN HARVARD UNIVERSITY & YALE UNIVERSITY IN 1852 HARVARD WON
  • 3. -1905: AS A RESULT OF DEATHS & CHARGES OF BRUTALITY IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL,PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT HOSTED 2 WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCES ONFOOTBALL-1906: AS A RESULT OF THE CONFERENCES, THE INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED STATES (IAAUS) IS FORMED-1910: IAAUS BECOMES KNOWN AS THE NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETICASSOCIATION (NCAA) -THE LARGEST & MOST INFLUENTIAL COLLEGE SPORT GOVERNING BODY IN THE US -HEADQUARTERS: INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA
  • 4. -1973: NCAA DIVIDED INTO 3 DIVISIONS-CRITERIA: SIZE OF FINANCIAL BASE, # & TYPES OF SPORTSOFFERED, FOCUS OF THE PROGRAM
  • 5. DIVISION I-MAJOR FINANCIAL ENTERPRISES THAT GENERATE SIGNIFICANTREVENUE-MUST OFFER AT LEAST 7 SPORTS FOR MEN & 7 SPORTS FOR WOMEN-MUST HAVE AT LEAST 2 TEAM SPORTS FOR EACH GENDER-MUST OFFER: -FULL GRANTS-IN-AID BASED ON ATHLETIC ABILITY -FINANCE PROGRAMS THROUGH STUDENT FEES, GATERECEIPTS, TV REVENUES, LIVENSING REVENUES, & PRIVATEDONATIONS
  • 6. DIVISION II-MUST OFFER AT LEAST 4 SPORTS FOR MEN & 4 SPORTS FOR WOMEN-MUST HAVE 2 TEAM SPORTS FOR EACH GENDER-MUST OFFER: -GRANTS-IN-AID BASED ON ATHLETIC ABILITY BUT OFFER FEWER PER CAPITA THAN D1 -FINANCE ATHLETIC PROGRAMS SAME WAY THEY DOACADEMIC PROGRAMS
  • 7. DIVISION III-FOCUS IS ON PARTICIPATION RATHER THAN COMPETITION ORENTERTAINMENT-MUST OFFER AT LEAST 5 SPORTS FOR MEN & 5 SPORTS FOR WOMEN-MUST OFFER 2 TEAM SPORTS FOR EACH GENDER-DOES NOT OFFER ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIPS
  • 8. WHAT GOVERNING BODY, WITH ANEMPHASIS ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT, IS OPEN TO 4- YEAR & UPPER-LEVEL 2-YEAR COLLEGES IN THE US & CANADA?
  • 9. NAIA HISTORY-1940: NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR INTERCOLLEGIATEATHLETICS (NAIA) ESTABLISHED-HEADQUARTERS: OLATHE, KANSAS-HAS MORE THAN 360 MEMBER INSTITUTIONS-OPEN TO 4 YEAR & UPPER-LEVEL 2 YEARUS COLLEGES &UNIVERSITIES-EMPHASIZES ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT & FOCUS ON RESPECT& RESPONSIBILITY TO FAIR PLAY-1948: 1ST NATIONAL ORGANIZATION TO OFFER POSTSEASONOPPORTUNITIES TO BLACK STUDENT-ATHLETES-1980: 1ST NATIONAL ORGANIZATION TO OFFER ATHLETICCHAMPIONSHIPS FOR WOMEN’S SPORTS