The tournaments listed below are within the NCAA viewing period. To be a certified event, teams and participants must also meet certain NCAA requirements. These requirements must be completed by all teams attending one of the events listed below. If you have any questions regarding our upcoming tournaments or the NCAA regulations and the team compliance requirements, please contact our office at 407.934.7200.
2016 AAU BOYS' BASKETBALL/NCAA CERTIFIED EVENTS
COLLEGE COACHES WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE
SUMMER COACHES APPROVAL - ALL BENCH PERSONNEL
All individuals who engage in coaching activities at NCAA certified events must be approved through the NCAA Participant Approval Program administered by Verified Volunteers prior to participation. Event operators are instructed to require coaches to show a State or US Government issued picture ID during their event check-in procedures to ensure that only approved coaches are granted the ability to participate.
NCAA COACHES CERTIFICATION TEST
Previously when completing the Verified Volunteer application, a randomly selected 10 question quiz served as the educational component. That test has been replaced by a more significant educational component on a separate website - The NCAA Eligibility Center Coaching Education Course; a FREE course developed by the NCAA Eligibility Center and the National Federation of State High School Associations. Click the link below followed by "Please Login to Order", then click "Register Now" to create your account. After you register, click "Order Now" to begin taking the free course.
NCAA BASKETBALL CERTIFICATION SYSTEM - TEAM ROSTER
A coach or team administrator will need to register their team in the NCAA Basketball Certification System. The entire team needs to be entered along with the coaches and their approval numbers. Once the team information has been entered, the team will need to "opt in" to the event(s) in which they would like to participate. This can be completed by clicking "edit team events" on the team page in the BBCS. We will have every approved event posted and the coach/team administration will need to put a check mark next to the event and click the save button.
Reminder: After you register your team and enter your roster, you need to check off which certified events you will be attending. Be sure to click on our tournament name so that we have access to your roster. Coaches are expected to keep their online rosters updated.
ADJOINING STATE RULE
Adjoining State Policy
Application of Metro Area Rule
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CONTACT WITH NCAA COACHES
NCAA coaches are prohibited from having contact with a prospect or the prospect's parents, family, coaches, and/or any other individual associated with the prospect as a result of his/her participation in basketball.
CONTACT NCAA BASKETBALL CERTIFICATION STAFF
Sandra C. Parrott
Associate Director of Enforcement
Assistant Director of Enforcement
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