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NCAA Conducts the “Enforcement Experience” for Media Members

The NCAA provided on Tuesday (May 10, 2011) approximately 30 members of the media, as well as readers of a live blog, a look inside the infractions process through the Enforcement Experience, which was “a day-long session” provided “a behind-the-scenes look at the complex task of holding institutions, administrators, coaches and student-athletes accountable for NCAA rules that are intended to promote education and fair play”. According to an article on the NCAA website, vice-president for enforcement Julie Roe Lach noted “We saw this as an opportunity to introduce our staff, educate people about the process and begin a dialogue to correct the record about why the enforcement program exists, who we are and how we do our job.” The NCAA explained “modeled after the mock selections in men’s and women’s basketball, the interactive Enforcement Experience will ask participants to assume the role of an NCAA investigator and later a member of the Committee on Infractions”. David Moltz from Inside Higher Ed had an excellent summary of the Enforcement Experience, which can be read at: http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2011/05/11/ncaa_sheds_light_on_enforcement_process_to_media.


About Michael L. Buckner, Esquire

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