Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Your Move, NCAA

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OCTOBER 1, 2019 | written by Steve Ulrich
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1. Your Move, NCAA

Senate Bill 206, better known as the Fair Pay to Play Act, is now the law of the land in the state at the center of the Pac-12 Conference.
California governor Gavin Newsom signed SB206 this morning, allowing college athletes in California to be compensated for the use of their name, image and likeness (i.e., marketing opportunities).
"It’s going to change college sports for the better by having now the interest, finally, of the athletes on par with the interests of the institutions," Newsom said. “Now we’re rebalancing that power arrangement."

>> Situational Awareness: The Act is a game changer in college sports. It makes it illegal for California colleges to deny their student athletes opportunities to gain compensation for the use of their names, images and likenesses. Stated more concisely, the Act guarantees college athletes a right to profit from their identities. The Act also authorizes college athletes to hire agents and other representatives to assist them in negotiating and securing commercial opportunities.
>> From HQWe will consider next steps in California while our members move forward with ongoing efforts to make adjustments to NCAA name, image and likeness rules that are both realistic in modern society and tied to higher education. As more states consider their own specific legislation related to this topic, it is clear that a patchwork of different laws from different states will make unattainable the goal of providing a fair and level playing field for 1,100 campuses and nearly half a million student-athletes nationwide.” - NCAA President Mark Emmert 

>> The Key StatThe law doesn’t allow athletes to be paid directly by the schools; it simply permits them to accept payments from outside businesses for marketing and promotional purposes.

>> Be Smart: The law does not go into effect until January 2023.

>> Worth Noting: Similar legislation is surfacing in other state legislatures, including New York, South Carolina and Florida.

>> Keep Reading with Michael McCann and Sports Illustrated.

2. Net Generation



The Intercollegiate Tennis Association held some of its regional championships last weekend. The winners of the championship singles and doubles brackets qualify for the national tournament on Oct. 17-20 at Berry College.


New England (W) at Middlebury
Singles: Serim Jin (Wesleyan) d. Katie Fleischmann (Wesleyan), 6-4, 6-0

Doubles: Kristina Yu/Sophie Henderson (Wesleyan) d. Venia Yeung/Caitlyn Ferrante (Wesleyan), 6-4, 3-6, 10-8

South (W) at Berry
Singles: Alexa Goetz (Emory) d. Emma Cartledge (Emory), 6-4, 4-6, 6-0
Doubles: Goetz/Christina Watson (Emory) d. Cartledge/Defne Olcay (Emory), 6-0, 6-1

Northwest (W) at Whitman
Singles: Andei Fukushige (Whitman) d. Tessa Kem (Linfield), 6-2, 6-3
Doubles: Andrea Gu/Andei Fukushige (Whitman) vs. Nastya Redkina/Allena Wong (Linfield)

New England (M) at Colby
Singles: Boris Sorkin (Tufts) d. Stan Morris (Middlebury), 6-3, 6-3
Doubles: Alex Taylor/Peter Freilinghuysen (Williams) d. Sorkin/Josh Belandres (Tufts), 5-7, 6-4, 6-3

Northeast (M) at Hobart
Singles: Sebastian Castillo-Sanchez (Rensselaer) d. Matthew Michibata (TCNJ), 6-3, 6-4
Doubles: Noah Williamson/JT Wynne (Skidmore) d. Alan Dubrovsky/Walker Anderson (Hobart), 6-4, 6-3


Midwest (M) at Gustavus Adolphus
Singles: Leo Vithoontien (Carleton) d. Indraneel Raut (Gustavus Adolphus), 6-2, 6-1
Doubles: Michael O'Neil/Daniel Fouchier (Gustavus Adolphus) d. Cole Schneider/Nyathi Motlojoa (Luther), 3-6, 6-3, 10-2

Southwest (M) at Southwestern
Singles: Cameron Krimbrill (Trinity) d. Angelo Yasuro Ito Tost (Ozarks), 6-4, 6-3
Doubles: Carlos Martinez/Chase Daniell (McMurry) d. Hunter Bajoit/Hemanshu Rambojun (Southwestern), 7-5, 6-4

    3. Going Dancing

    Aurora and Bethel earned their spots into the 2020 NCAA Division III Women's Golf Championship by winning their respective conference championships on Monday. The NCAAs will be held on May 12-15 in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.

    Northern Athletics Collegiate ConferenceMeadowbrook CC, Racine, Wis. (hosted by Marian)



    1. Aurora 1054, 2. St. Norbert 1081, 3. Lakeland 1151, 4. Concordia Wisconsin 1183, 5. Benedictine 1269.

    1. Ali Wilson (L) 257, 2. Hannah Schulz (A) 258, 3. Sarah Pophal (Edgewood) 259, T4. Elizabeth Bobinski (SN) 264, T4. Madison Erickson (A) 264.

    Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic ConferencePebble Creek Golf Club, Becker, Minn. (hosted by Saint Benedict/St. Olaf)



    1. Bethel 941, 2. St. Catherine 943, 3. Carleton 964, 4. St. Thomas 965, 5. Saint Benedict 975.

    1. Alyssa Akiyama (C) 220, 2. Nicole Miller (B) 229, 3. Cayla Kim (ST) 231, 4. Sydney Brown (SC) 232, 5. Anna Tollefson (B) 234.


    College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin
    Brighton Dale Links, Kansasville, Wis. (hosted by Carthage)


    1. Carthage 932, 2. Illinois Wesleyan 941, 3. Augustana 992, 4. Millikin 1024, 5. Wheaton 1050, 6. Central 1095, 7. Elmhurst 1099, 8. Carroll 1147.

    1. Marin Halvorsen (W) 223, 2. Adrienne Rohwedder (Carth) 224, 3. Jackie Garcia (I) 229, 4. Melanie Wolf (I) 230, 5. Kate Munro (Carth) 234.

    Carthage is the CCIW champion and will host IWU, Augustana and Millikin in May to determine the conference's AQ.


    4. Polls

    Football - D3Football.com
    1. Mary Hardin-Baylor (Saturday at McMurry)
    2. Mount Union (vs. Otterbein)
    3. UW-Whitewater (vs. UW-Eau Claire)
    4. Saint John's (vs. Augsburg)
    5. North Central (at #9 Wheaton, Ill.)
    6. Hardin-Simmons (vs. Texas Lutheran)
    7. Bethel (vs. Carleton)
    8. Muhlenberg (at Franklin & Marshall)
    9. Wheaton, Ill. (vs. #5 North Central)
    10. Berry (at Sewanee)
    11. Ithaca, 12. Wesley, 13. Delaware Valley, 14. St. Thomas, 15. Salisbury, 16. UW-La Crosse, 17. John Carroll, 18. Redlands, 19. Johns Hopkins, 20. Wartburg, 21. Hobart, 22. Susquehanna, 23. Whitworth, 24. Trine, 25. Linfield.

    >> Moving Up: Hobart (+4)
    >> Moving Down: St. Thomas (-8), John Carroll (-5)
    >> Hello: none
    >> Bye-Bye: none



    Football - AFCA
    1. Mary Hardin-Baylor (Saturday at McMurry)
    2. Mount Union (vs. Otterbein)
    3. UW-Whitewater (vs. UW-Eau Claire)
    4. Saint John's (vs. Augsburg)
    5. North Central (at #9 Wheaton, Ill.)
    6. Hardin-Simmons (vs. Texas Lutheran)
    7. Muhlenberg (at Franklin & Marshall)
    8. Berry (at Sewanee)
    9. Wheaton, Ill. (vs. #5 North Central)
    10. Wesley (vs. Rowan)
    11. Bethel, 12. Ithaca, 13. Wartburg, 14. Delaware Valley,1 5. John Carroll, 16. Salisbury, 17. St. Thomas, 18. Johns Hopkins, 19. Redlands, 20. UW-La Crosse, 21. Hobart, 22. Linfield, 23. Trine, 24. UW-Platteville, 25. Case Western Reserve.

    >> Hello: UW-Platteville
    >> Goodbye: Whitworth



    Golf (M) - GCAA

    1. Emory (at Gordin Classic, Sep 30-Oct 1)
    2. Illinois Wesleyan (at Gordin Classic, Sep 30-Oct 1)
    3. Huntingdon (at Gordin Classic, Sep 30-Oct 1)
    4. Wittenberg (at Gordin Classic, Sep 30-Oct 1)
    5. Guilford (at Gordin Classic, Sep 30-Oct 1)
    6. Washington and Lee (at Gordin Classic, Sep 30-Oct 1)
    7. Carnegie Mellon (at Gordin Classic, Sep 30-Oct 1)
    8. Methodist (at Gordin Classic, Sep 30-Oct 1)
    9. Claremont-M-S (idle)
    10. Concordia, Texas (at UMHB Invitational, Sep 30-Oct 1)
    11. St. Thomas, 12. Oglethorpe, 13. Hampden-Sydney, 14. Saint John's, 15. Southwestern, 16. Redlands, 17. Berry, 18. Willamette, 19. Hope, T20. La Verne, T20. North Carolina Wesleyan, 22. Trinity, Conn., 23. Sewanee, 24. Greensboro, 25. Gustavus Adolphus.

    >> Hello: Sewanee, Gustavus Adolphus.
    >> Goodbye: LaGrange, Rhodes, UW-Eau Claire.


    Golf (W) - WGCA

    1. New York U. (4th, Middlebury George Phinney Classic, 641)
    2. Washington-St. Louis (idle)
    3. Williams (3rd, Middlebury George Phinney Classic, 641)
    4. George Fox (tie) (at Portland State Rose City Invitational)
    5. Rhodes (tie) (3rd, Montgomery CC Intercollegiate, 604)
    6. Claremont-M-S (1st, Tustin Shootout, 301)
    7. Carnegie Mellon (idle)
    8. Redlands (2nd, Tustin Shootout, 305)
    9. Carleton (3rd, MIAC Championship, 964)
    10. Pomona-Pitzer (idle)
    11. Methodist, 12. Oglethorpe, 13. Washington and Lee, 14. DePauw, 15. St. Catherine, 16. UW-Whitewater, 17. Amherst, 18. Bethel, 19. Illinois Wesleyan, 20. Berry, 21. Christopher Newport, 22. Southwestern, 23. Gustavus Adolphus, T24. Chapman, T24. Grinnell.


    5.  Comings and Goings 



    6.  Hebert Named Lax Officiating Coordinator


    Laura Hebert was named the national coordinator of officials for women’s lacrosse, bringing  three decades of experience as both an on-field official and a playing rules administrator in the sport at the national and local levels.
    Hebert will direct the national women’s lacrosse officiating program across all three divisions.
    On the field, Hebert has officiated at the finals site in the Divisions I and III Women’s Lacrosse Championships. She also attended NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Rules Committee meetings as the representative from U.S. Lacrosse from 2004-08.
    Hebert, the principal of Twinsburg High School in Ohio, also is the former president of the U.S. Lacrosse Women’s Division board of governors. She retired from on-field officiating in 2014.

    7.  Play of the Day




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