NCAA Division III

This update is a tool to enhance communication between the NCAA national office and the Division III membership, with distribution to athletics directors, senior woman administrators, faculty athletics representatives, presidents, national SAAC, conference commissioners and the NADIIIAA listserv.  We encourage athletics directors to share this communication with their athletics department staff members.  Please contact Louise McCleary to include an item or share comments, and remember to check out the Division III governance homepage for the latest news and information.


2017 NCAA Convention Voting Results

The 2017 NCAA Convention was held January 18-21 in Nashville.  Delegates adopted seven of nine proposals.  One membership-sponsored proposal was defeated, and one was rendered moot with the adoption of a governance-sponsored proposal. The final voting results grid and the final roll call vote report are now available on  A summary of each proposal appears in the AMA section of this monthly update.

Diversity Hiring Guide

At the 2017 NCAA Convention, delegates received a resource created by the Division III Diversity and Inclusion Working Group, in cooperation with the Office of Inclusion, entitled "The Diverse Workforce: Recruitment and Retention Basics for Division III Athletics Departments ".  As you are aware, institutions and departments that make an ongoing commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion typically do so because they believe in its inherent value. Creating a diverse, equitable and inclusive culture is an important aspect of the Division III experience, and requires an intentional and sustained commitment.  To help in that regard, the resource offers best practices and other suggestions to make diversity a priority in seeking, selecting and retaining high-performing athletics administrators and coaches.


Hot Topics

CoSIDA Updates

FAR Updates

ADR Updates

360 Proof Updates

SSI Updates

Diversity Spotlight

Special Olympics

AMA Updates

Educational Information

PROP Updates

Championships Updates

The NCAA Record

Committee Updates

Key Dates

Division III Week

The sixth annual celebration of Division III Week, scheduled for April 3-9, is a great opportunity to call attention to the unique student-athlete experience enjoyed at member schools.  Division III members highlight the activities and achievements of current student-athletes through scheduling an academic, athletics, co-curricular or extracurricular activity during the week.  Further information about Division III Week, as well as links to an activation kit and resources, are available here .  Please let us know, in advance, of all planned Division III Week activities, either by submitting information here, or sending it to  Providing this information in advance will assist the NCAA national office's promotion of the full array of planned activities.

Identity Initiative Purchasing Website

Need signage or promotional items to help celebrate DIII Week? The Division III Identity Initiative purchasing website  features co-branded giveaways, t-shirts, banners and posters.  A $500 credit is available for each institution and conference through August 2017 for purchases from the site.  Access the site by entering the email address of your institution's director of athletics (or for conferences, the commissioner's email address) as the username, and the password you created. For assistance, please contact Amy Byrnes at Source One Digital.

Sportsmanship and Game Environment Working Group

The Division III Sportsmanship and Game Environment Working Group recently announced its partnership with the Disney Institute, a global leader in the development of customer service standards.  The partnership's goal is to develop Division III-specific game environment standards focused on improving parental and fan behavior.  Click here for an informational flyer about this exciting project that is expected to be launched in Fall 2017. 

In addition, the working group launched a webpage.  Watch this page for continued updates and timelines on the Disney Institute project as well as other sportsmanship information and tools.

Communications Survey Results

During the past several years, the Division III governance staff has emphasized clear and concise communication with the membership.  In November, we sent a short survey to provide membership feedback on areas of success and needed improvement.  Click here for the executive summary.  Thank you for your participation and valuable feedback.

LGBTQ Working Group

In the Fall of 2016, the Management Council established a working group to address LGBTQ issues.  The working group's charge is to examine the current and potential programming, resources, and recognition of the LGBTQ community and its allies in Division III, and to increase the engagement and collaboration at the institutional, conference and national levels.  The first teleconference is scheduled for early February.  Click here to see the working group's roster.

Don't Bet on It

With the Super Bowl occurring this weekend, the NCAA reminds you and your student-athletes to Don't Bet On It.  Betting on a pro sporting event is a sports wagering violation that risks rules compliance and eligibility.


2017 CoSIDA Convention Registration

On-line registration for the 2017 CoSIDA Convention, taking place June 11-14 in Orlando in conjunction with NACDA and Affiliates Convention Week, will open Monday, February 6.  A day featuring Division III-specific programming will occur Monday, June 12.  Similar to past years, additional dollars are available through the Division III Conference Grant specifically for campus athletics communication directors and sports information directors to receive funding for this professional development opportunity.  Ask your conference commissioner for details.  Click here for the 2017 CoSIDA Convention webpage.

CoSIDA Convention Grants

Nominations are open now through February 10, 2017, on for members interested in applying for a  2017 CoSIDA Convention attendance grant. For four years, CoSIDA has offered 20 members a chance to defray costs of attending its annual convention with an $800 grant and free convention registration (approximate value of $250).   The convention is one of CoSIDA's top membership benefits, according to yearly surveys. 

All grant recipients must be current dues-paying CoSIDA members. Winners from the past two years are not eligible to win a grant in 2017. The application process is simple. Applicants are asked to submit a personal letter indicating their interest in attending, detailing why they haven't attended recently and what they hope to learn at the convention.  A letter from their supervisor or business manager detailing the school's inability to fund all or most of the related expenses is also required.


2017 FAR Fellows Institute

The 2017 Institute will take place October 13-15 at the NCAA national office in Indianapolis.  Nominations will open in Program Hub April 1, and close May 31, with selections announced June 15.  Priority candidates are FARs with at least two years or experience who show the potential to affect change within their institution and/or conference. Please contact Leah Kareti with any questions.  


2017 Division III ADR Institute Recap

Thirty-nine (39) athletics direct reports (ADRs) gathered at the 2017 NCAA Convention for a one and one-half day program focused on optimizing communication between the ADR, president and athletics director.  Sample participant takeaways from the Institute include:

  • The triad (President-ADR-AD) needs to be a continuum, not a straight line.
  • There is a difference between wins and losses and defining a quality competitive experience.
  • It is important to develop a relationship with the FAR and faculty in general.
  • Athletics should be involved in institutional conversations about enrollment management and retention.
  • The president's leadership team should be informed of major athletics decisions in advance of public announcements.

The 2018 nomination process will open June 1.  Please contact Leah Kareti with any questions about the event.


360 Proof Webinar Schedule

360 Proof offers a monthly webinar series to bring current prevention research to a Division III and NASPA Small College and University audience.

Remaining sessions for 2016-17 include:

  • February 1, 1 p.m. Eastern time: "Emerging Health Issues on College Campuses," Dr. Jason Kilmer, University of Washington.
  • March 7, 3 p.m. Eastern time: "Student-Athlete Drinking Motives and Protective Behavioral Strategies," Dr. Matthew Martens, University of Missouri.
  • April 12, 1 p.m. Eastern time: "Spectacular Failures" in Prevention, Dr. Dolores Cimini, University of Albany.
All 360 Proof account holders will receive an invitation to attend these webinar sessions.  Please contact Leah Kareti with any questions about 360 Proof.


Updated Interassociation Health and Safety Guidance

The Sport Science Institute (SSI) and the NCAA Committee on Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sports (CSMAS) announce the release of updated interassociation consensus best practices and recommendations for Concussion Diagnosis and Management, Independent Medical Care and Year-Round Football Practice Contact . This guidance for athletic trainers, team physicians, coaches and athletics administrators resulted from the second Safety in College Football Summit.  The interassociation guidelines were created with input from the membership, sports medicine researchers, scientific experts and more than 13 medical and scientific endorsing associations. Division III athletics administrators are encouraged to share this updated health and safety guidance with their campus colleagues. 

Sport-Related Concussion Conference

In partnership with the Pac-12 Conference and the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine, the SSI hosted a Sport-Related Concussion Conference in late January.  This conference brought together researchers, physicians and athletic trainers from the membership to share information about the NCAA-U.S. Department of Defense Grand Alliance and present preliminary results from the NCAA-DoD CARE Consortium, the largest concussion study conducted to date. Be on the lookout for additional information about the conference on the SSI website at

SSI Partners with NATA to Host Athletics Heath Care Delivery Summit

The SSI partnered with the National Athletic Trainers' Association to host an Interassociation Summit on the Organization and Administration of Athletics Health Care Services in the College/University Environment in late January in Dallas, Texas. This two-day event gathered student-athletes and athletics administrators, as well as leading sports medicine organizations, athletics health care practitioners and experts in the field.  The participants discussed a framework for future interassociation guidance on athletics health care delivery for college athletes. Additional information about the summit is coming soon to the SSI website at

Office of Inclusion and Sport Science Institute NCAA Convention Session

At the 2017 NCAA Convention, the office of inclusion held a joint workshop with the SSI entitled, "Promoting a Safe, Healthy and Inclusive Athletics Community: Strategies From the NCAA Office of Inclusion and the Sport Science Institute." This programming offered student-athlete well-being best practices, with attention to creating healthy, safe and inclusive environments on campus, within the athletics department and on the field of play. Presenters provided practical resources and strategies. Programming kicked off with a Common Ground Discussion on LGBTQ Inclusion and Religion in Athletics, followed by best practices to support the "Pledge and Commitment to Promoting Diversity and Gender Equity in Intercollegiate Athletics." After lunch, attendees participated in sessions on the state of health and safety for college athletics and heard from sports medicine staff at three institutions on how they were implementing best practice  models for cardiac care, mental health, and independent medical care .   The session participants received a preview of a substance abuse prevention toolkit for athletics departments, scheduled for publication in 2017. The day concluded with an hour-long session that provided insights from campus administrators on how to use the newly published sexual violence prevention toolkit. For more information on inclusion, contact Amy Wilson or Sonja Robinson. For information regarding SSI initiatives, contact John Parsons or Mary Wilfert.


Albion College is the recipient of the December/January Division III Diversity Spotlight Initiative. Hundreds from the Albion community - including members of the Briton cross country, men's basketball, women's basketball, men's lacrosse and track & field teams - were encouraged to look beyond themselves during the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Dialogue and Service at Washington Gardner School. Click here for the full story and here for a video produced by an Albion men's lacrosse student-athlete detailing the event.

The Diversity Spotlight Initiative recognizes and promotes outstanding diversity related projects, programming and initiatives that are occurring on Division III campuses and in conference offices.  Each month, the program recognizes an institution or conference in regard to a diversity related event, program or initiative.   All recipients receive $500 towards their next diversity initiative.  To submit an initiative for consideration for October, please email Reed Fogle or Julian Jones, with a brief statement (no more than 500 words) as to why your institution or conference office deserves to be the spotlight recipient. Attach a video or photo if applicable. The nomination deadline is February 21


Spotlight Poll

The NCAA Division III Special Olympics Spotlight Poll is a story-telling initiative located on .  It features new stories each month that highlight a Division III and Special Olympics joint activity or event.  The story with the highest number of votes on the 25th day of each month is the winner. That institution or conference receives $500 to use for its next Special Olympics event. Both written and digital submissions are accepted.  Featured stories are selected based on inclusion of the student-athlete perspective and Division III messaging. To submit a story for consideration, please email

December/January Winner

After 2,077 total votes, Commonwealth Coast Conference SAAC Spends the Day with Special Olympics won the December/January Special Olympics Spotlight poll by garnering 63.3 percent (1,316) of the total votes! The Commonwealth Coast Conference will receive $500 to use for its next Special Olympics event.

February Nominees
Here are the stories for the February Special Olympics poll:

• Luther SAAC Hosted Second Annual Unith Bowl for Special Olympics
• USM SAAC Enhances Partnership with Special Olympics
• Fitchburg State Hosts Special Olympics Basketball Tournament

Click here to vote starting Wednesday, February 1. The winner will be selected February 25, 2017.


Rule of the Month

Voluntary Out-of-Season Strength and Conditioning Activities.  Per Bylaw - (j), an institution's certified strength and conditioning coach may conduct voluntary individual strength and conditioning activities for student-athletes outside the playing and practice season, during the academic year. The list below highlights answers to some common questions related to these voluntary strength and conditioning activities: (Note: This is not an exhaustive list, but rather a guide to consider when providing voluntary out-of-season strength and conditioning activities for student-athletes.)

The strength and conditioning coach: 

  • must be designated as a strength and conditioning coach by the institution;
  • must maintain a current certification from a nationally recognized strength and conditioning certification program (personal training certifications do not satisfy this requirement);
  • must provide strength and conditioning activities to all student-athletes, if a sport-specific coach;
  • must have active certification in first aid, CRP and AED use;
  • may reserve an institutional facility to conduct strength and conditioning activities during the academic year;
  • may post general information about when voluntary strength and conditioning activities will be available; and
  • may not post on social media or report back to sport coaches any information about the activity that is conducted. 

A student-athlete's participation in these activities must truly be voluntary and be initiated by the student-athlete. The student-athlete may not be subject to penalty if he or she elects not to participate in the activity. 

NEW!  Requests Self-Report Online Training Video

Click here to learn how to submit a waiver or interpretation through the RSRO system. The video is located on the Division III Compliance web page in the resources area.

2017 Legislation

Division III participants gathered in Nashville, Tennessee to vote on nine legislative proposals during the 2017 Convention Business Session.  Below is a summary of the voting action:

Proposal 2017-1. ADOPTED. Requires an institution to: (1) establish an administrative structure that provides independent medical care and affirms the unchallengeable autonomous authority of primary athletics health care providers (team physicians and athletic trainers) to determine medical management and return-to-play decisions related to student-athletes; and (2) designate an athletics health care administrator to oversee the institution's athletic health care administration and delivery; effective August 1, 2017.

Proposal 2017-2. DEFEATED. Would have permitted a graduate student to participate in intercollegiate athletics at the institution of his or her choice.

Proposal 2017-3 ADOPTED. Amends the limitations of outside financial aid awards to preclude the donor of an outside aid award that considers athletics leadership, ability, participation or performance from restricting the recipient to attend a specific institution; effective August 1, 2017.

Proposal 2017-4 ADOPTED. Standardizes annual contest and date of competition exemptions. Specifically, to allow each sport to exempt participation in the following: (1) conference championship; (2) season-ending tournament; and (3) two scrimmages, exhibitions or joint practices. Additionally, to allow the two scrimmages, exhibitions or joint practices to occur prior to the first permissible contest date in all sports other than wrestling; effective August 1, 2017.

Proposal 2017-5 MOOT. Since Proposal No. 2017-4 was adopted, this proposal was rendered moot and not voted on. This would have allowed field hockey and lacrosse teams to conduct an exempted scrimmage, exhibition or joint practice with outside competition prior to the first permissible contest or date of competition.

Proposal 2017-6 ADOPTED. Eliminated the requirement that the mandatory day off for track and field and swimming and diving programs be the same day for every student-athlete; effective immediately.

Proposal 2017-7 ADOPTED. Deregulates the tryout events and camps and clinics legislation to allow institutions to host or conduct events involving prospective student-athletes, provided those events are: (1) open to the general public; and (2) do not offer free or reduced admission to prospective student-athletes; effective immediately.

Proposal 2017-8 ADOPTED. Limits the total number of participants in the provisional or reclassifying membership program to not more than 12 institutions; effective August 1, 2017.

Proposal 2017-9 ADOPTED. The membership moved to refer this proposal to the Division III Interpretations and Legislation Committee, which was defeated. The membership also asked for a reconsideration of the proposal, which was defeated. Eliminates the opportunity to reconsider an amendment following confirmation of an affirmative or negative vote on that amendment by the presiding officer; effective August 1, 2017.

February E-Publication

An 'epub" format of the latest NCAA Division III Manual will be available in February on This updated Manual will contain any recent legislative changes since the last publication in August and can be used on devices such as the iPhone and Kindle. Be sure to look for the download and instructions identified as the "epub."

Official Interpretation

NCAA Championships Travel -- Charter Flights (III). Date Published: November 28, 2016.  The NCAA academic and membership affairs staff confirmed that institutions may sell unused seats on NCAA charter flights to or from NCAA championships for a fixed cost determined by NCAA championships travel policy.  While institutions are permitted to determine, who has the opportunity to purchase unused seats, institutions are not permitted to pay any travel costs that would not otherwise be permitted under Division III legislation. [References: NCAA Division III Bylaw 16.02.3 (extra benefit)].

Education Column

Same Sport/Separate Sport (III). Date Issued: January 24, 2017. Date Published: November 17, 2016. In assessing whether two sports are considered to be the same or different from one another, the evaluation includes, but is not limited to, the following criteria:  playing rules, mechanics, skill set, equipment used and any legal precedent on the issue.

As such, the following sports are considered the same sport for purposes of NCAA amateurism, seasons of participation and outside competition legislation: 

  • Ringette and Ice Hockey;
  • Rowing and Sculling; and
  • Skiing and Biathlon.
The following sports are confirmed to be separate sports for purposes of NCAA amateurism, seasons of participation and outside competition legislation: 
  • Baseball and Softball;
  • Crew and Kayak/Canoe;
  • Freestyle Soccer and Soccer;
  • Mixed Martial Arts, Mongolian Wrestling, and Bok Wrestling and Wrestling;
  • Netball and Basketball;
  • Race Walking and Indoor/Outdoor Track and Field and Cross Country;
  • Rugby and Football; and
  • Wiffle Ball and Softball or Baseball.
[References:  NCAA Division III Bylaws 12.1 (amateur status), 12.1.2 (amateur status if professional in another sport), (minimum amount of participation), 14.7.1 (outside competition), 17.2 (baseball), 17.3 (basketball), 17.10 (football), 17.13 (ice hockey), 17.16 (rowing), 17.18 (skiing), 17.19 (soccer), 17.20 (softball) and 17.23 (track and field, indoor/outdoor); Division III official interpretation (12/16/08); and Division III staff interpretations (10/15/12), (5/17/10), (4/24/04) and (9/18/02)]

SAR Update

A student-athlete reinstatement request or waiver is not submitted in the Requests/Self-Reports Online (RSRO) system until all required signatures are complete. If your institution uses the electronic signature option, please remind your institutional representatives to e-sign the reinstatement or waiver request in a timely manner to avoid delays in submitting the case to the NCAA staff.  Until all signatures are complete, the case remains in "Awaiting Signatures" status and is not available to the NCAA staff for processing. The e-sign option is not available for the student-athlete Buckley statement. Student-athletes must sign the case-specific Buckley statement generated in RSRO for each case. The case-specific Buckley statement, which includes the case type and RSRO case number, is distinct from the Buckley statement student-athletes sign annually prior to practice and competition.

Regional Rules Seminars

Registration for the 2017 NCAA Regional Rules Seminars opens March 6.  Seminars will be conducted May 15-17 in Indianapolis and June 5-7 in San Diego.  The Regional Rules Seminar registration link, daily schedule, grid and session descriptions will be available on the Regional Rules Seminar web page.    

Highlights for the 2017 Regional Rules Seminars:

  • Sessions run from Monday morning through Wednesday evening and include all Association-wide programming and sessions for all three divisions. Division III specific sessions will be held Tuesday afternoon and all day on Wednesday.
  • National office presence with representation from the following: academic and membership affairs, administrative services, enforcement, the NCAA Sport Science Institute, the NCAA Eligibility Center and the National Letter of Intent.
  • Sessions are being categorized to assist attendees based on their experience, expertise and presentation style preference:
    • Foundational (introductory);
    • Advanced application; and
    • Large and small group discussions.
    • Dialogue sessions with limited seating will be identified via the session title and description in the registration system.
  • Presentation materials will be available prior to seminars for attendee review and download. 
  • Event app will be available again this year for the session schedule, biographies of presenters, registration lists and much more!

 Questions about the Regional Rules Seminars should be directed to the academic and membership affairs staff at


2017 NCAA Inclusion Forum Registration Now Open

The 2017 NCAA Inclusion Forum brings together higher education and intercollegiate athletics leaders and student-athletes passionate about improving the educational and professional environment for student-athletes, coaches and staff. Sessions engage on a broad range of topics related to policy, research and best practices that support racial and ethnic minorities, women, international student-athletes, LGBTQ and athletes with disabilities.  This year's forum will be April 21-23 in Providence, Rhode Island at the Omni Providence Hotel. Registration for the 2017 NCAA Inclusion Forum is now open.

2017 NASPA Annual Conference

There will be two NCAA Division III governance-sponsored sessions at the 2017 NASPA Annual Conference, March 11-15 in San Antonio.  

  • Athletics Collaboration and High-Risk Alcohol Use Prevention - "Lessons Learned from the 360 Proof Program:, Monday, March 13 (1:15-2:05 p.m.), Texas B - Grand Hyatt.
  • Athletics as Enrollment Driver: "The Good, The Bad, The Reality", Tuesday, March 14 (3:40-4:30 p.m.), 210 AB - Convention Center.
Please share with your colleagues who may be attending the conference.

DiSC Assessments Available

Use of the DiSC is strongly encouraged on member campuses. Participants gain personalized feedback on their specific leadership style, and student-athletes, coaches and administrators gain valuable understanding of everyone's unique behavioral style. Applying this knowledge can develop effective team dynamics, leadership, and communication among the group.  For the remainder of 2017, each Division III school interested in utilizing the DiSC resource will be provided assessments for up to 50 student-athletes, as well as 30 coaches or administrators, at no cost. Funding is limited and requests will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. To learn more about the DiSC resource, click here.

2017 NCAA/NACWAA Women's Leadership Symposium

The 2017 symposium is scheduled for April 26-28 in Kansas City.  The application process is currently open with a deadline of February 17, 2017 . The symposium is for women aspiring to, or just beginning, a career in college athletics. This program, a strategic collaboration between the NCAA and the National Association of College Women Athletics Administrators, aims to enrich participants' skills, expand their professional network and promote the recruitment and retention of women working within college athletics administration. This engaging and energetic group includes graduate students and assistants, athletics interns, entry-level athletics staff members, and coaches transitioning into athletics administration. Participants gain knowledge from a variety of workshops and interactive discussion sessions during the three-day program.  A variety of cutting-edge topics are explored and can include: personal branding, leadership, Title IX, diversity education, as well as career advancement and mapping. They will also network with peers, NCAA and NACWAA staff and other key individuals in the sports industry.

NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum

This year's forum took place November 10-13 in Baltimore, with over 300 student-athletes, coaches, administrators and faculty in attendance. Inclusion is a core value of the Association, and per the participants at the forum - primarily the college athletes - more important than ever. WATCH the video and hear why inclusion matters to these young leaders . The video features perspective from student-athletes Jake Grindstaff at Gallaudet University; Elton Kativhu from Goucher College and Akeda Hunter from Wheelock College.

NCAA Chancellors and Presidents Engagement Program

More than 50 current presidents and chancellors attended an engagement session at the 2017 NCAA Convention. The session included a panel discussion featuring President F. Javier Cevallos, Framingham State University. The Chancellors and Presidents Engagement Program provides valuable information, resources and information on how to advocate for student-athlete success. New, full-time chancellors and presidents in the membership are encouraged to participate in an engagement opportunity within the first year of taking office. For more information, visit the website and to schedule an engagement session, contact Ali Teopas.

Division III Student Immersion Program

Forty-two (42) students participated in the Student Immersion Program at the 2017 NCAA Convention.  These Division III students of color were partnered with mentors while simultaneously being immersed in the Division III governance process.  


Softball Experimental Rules

The Softball Rules Committee and Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved three experimental rules to be used in conference games only during the 2017 season. For more information on the experimental rules and how to request to experiment, please click here.

Women's Volleyball Rules Survey

The 2016 Women's Volleyball rules survey is now available. For more information, please click here


Championships Bid Timeline

The NCAA championships staff recently announced the site selection timeline with the announcement of hosts and sites for 83 of the 90 championships each year over four academic years, spanning 2018-19 through 2021-22.  

The timeline is as follows:

  • Jan. 4    Bid materials shared with sport committees.
  • Feb. 16    Finalists recommendations due from committees (for internal use only).
  • March 1    Final recommendation due from sport committees.
  • April 18    Site selection announcement.
NCAA championships staff will be supplying updated communications throughout the timeline.  If you have questions, please contact Liz Suscha.


See the latest appointments, promotions and retirements in the NCAA Record.


Several committees conducted in-person meetings in December and January. 

Committee on Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sports, December 12-14
Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, January 17-18
Management Council, January 18
Presidents Council, January 19
NCAA Convention, Division III Issues Forum, January 20
NCAA Convention, Division III Business Session, January 21


Dates Meeting/Championships Location 
Feb. 7    Nominating Committee Meeting Indianapolis, Indiana 
Feb. 7-8 Championships Committee Meeting Indianapolis, Indiana 
Feb. 8 Membership Committee Meeting Indianapolis, Indiana
Feb. 13-14 Financial Aid Committee Meeting Indianapolis, Indiana 
Feb. 16-17 Interpretations and Legislation Committee Meeting Indianapolis, Indiana 
April 3-9 Division III Week Celebration
April 10-11 Management Council Meeting Indianapolis, Indiana
April 19-20 Minority Opportunity Interest Committee Meeting Indianapolis, Indiana 
April 20-21 Committee on Women's Athletics Meeting Indianapolis, Indiana
April 23-24 Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Meeting Indianapolis, Indiana

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