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Table of Contents........................................................................................................................................................................ 1   Quinnipiac University Mission Statement ............................................................................................................................. 3   Department of Athletics & Recreation Mission Statement .................................................................................................. 4   Quinnipiac University’s Diversity Mission Statement ......................................................................................................... 4   Gender Equity Mission Statement ........................................................................................................................................... 4   Goal #20 – Quinnipiac Strategic Plan ...................................................................................................................................... 5   Objectives, Activities and Priorities .............................................................................................................................................. 5   2012-13 President’s Cabinet Organizational Chart ............................................................................................................... 6   2012-13 Athletics & Recreation Organization Chart – Administrators .............................................................................. 7   2012-2013 Athletics & Recreation Organization Chart – Head Coaches ............................................................................ 8   NCAA & Quinnipiac Governance ........................................................................................................................................... 9   2012-13 Sports Administrators & Liaisons ........................................................................................................................... 10   2012-2013 Sports Administrator’s Responsibilities ............................................................................................................. 10   2012-13 Athletics Council, Athletics Advisory Board Suggested Roles ........................................................................... 10   2012-13 Alumni, Parent and Development Resource ......................................................................................................... 10   2012-13 Sports Administrators & Liaisons (cont.) ............................................................................................................... 11   2012-2013 Athletics & Recreation Staff Directory ................................................................................................................ 12   Athletics Council ...................................................................................................................................................................... 15   Athletics Advisory Board ........................................................................................................................................................ 17   Administration/Human Resources – Hiring New Staff .................................................................................................... 18   Administration/Human Resources - Payroll....................................................................................................................... 18   Administration/Human Resources - Vacation Days.......................................................................................................... 18   Administration/Human Resources - Tuition Remission .................................................................................................. 18   Graduate Assistants (2012-2013) ............................................................................................................................................ 19   Administration - Important 2012-2013 Dates for All Staff ................................................................................................. 19   Administration - Mail/Voice-Mail/E-mail .......................................................................................................................... 20   Administration – Staff Dress Code & Game Attire ............................................................................................................. 20   Administration – Meetings, Programs & Events ................................................................................................................. 20   Administration – Gambling (NCAA Policy) ........................................................................................................................ 20   Scheduling, Pre-Season, Vacation & Travel Guidelines ..................................................................................................... 21   Coaches – Roster Management .............................................................................................................................................. 21   Coaches – Student-Athlete Participation Policy .................................................................................................................. 22   Coaches – Roster Policies and Procedures ........................................................................................................................... 22   Coaches - NCAA Compliance ................................................................................................................................................ 22   Coaches Responsibilities – NCAA ......................................................................................................................................... 23   Coaches Responsibilities – Athletic Training ....................................................................................................................... 23   Coaches - Game Conduct ........................................................................................................................................................ 23   Sportsmanship Statement ....................................................................................................................................................... 24   Coaches - Athletic/Peer Student-Athlete Fraternization ................................................................................................... 24   Coaches - Athletic/Peer Student-Athlete Fraternization ................................................................................................... 24   Coaches – Student-Athlete Discipline ................................................................................................................................... 24   Coaches – Drug Testing ........................................................................................................................................................... 25   Coaches - Social Network and New Media Policy for Student-Athletes ......................................................................... 25   Guidelines for Student-Athletes............................................................................................................................................. 26   Coaches – Student-Athlete Study Hall “Power Hours” ..................................................................................................... 28   Coaches – Student-Athlete Affairs (SAA) and “Positive Play Cup” ................................................................................ 30   Athletic Budget and Financial Policies and Procedures ..................................................................................................... 31   Coaches – Travel (Bus-Plane-Hotel-Meals) Responsibilities ............................................................................................. 31   Coaches – NCAA Statement on Gambling Policy ............................................................................................................... 31   Coaches - Recruiting ................................................................................................................................................................ 32   Coaches - Admissions .............................................................................................................................................................. 32   Coaches - Financial Aid/Scholarships .................................................................................................................................. 32   Coaches - Guidelines on Awarding of Athletic Aid/Scholarships ................................................................................... 32   Coaches - Guidelines on Awarding of Summer Aid .......................................................................................................... 33   Coaches - National Letter of Intent (NLI) Guidelines ........................................................................................................ 33   Coaches - Guidelines for Non-Renewal of Athletic Aid..................................................................................................... 33   Coaches - Game Scheduling/Traditional Season ................................................................................................................ 33   Conference Affiliations ............................................................................................................................................................ 34   NEC, ECAC & NCATA Championship Dates and Sites .................................................................................................... 35   Coaches – In Season Travel & Overnight ............................................................................................................................. 36  


Coaches – Missed Class Time – Home Contests .................................................................................................................. 36   Coaches – Missed Class Time Departure for Away Contests ............................................................................................ 36   Coaches – Spring Break on Campus ...................................................................................................................................... 36   Coaches - Spring Trip Travel .................................................................................................................................................. 37   Coaches - Game Scheduling/Non-Traditional Season ....................................................................................................... 37   Coaches - Field & Facility Scheduling ................................................................................................................................... 37   Coaches – Athletics Website ................................................................................................................................................... 38   Official Athletic Marks & Logos ............................................................................................................................................ 39   Conference Logos & Placement on Game Uniforms........................................................................................................... 41   Strength & Conditioning ......................................................................................................................................................... 43   Equipment Room ..................................................................................................................................................................... 44   Home & Visiting Locker Rooms ............................................................................................................................................ 44   Work-Study Program .............................................................................................................................................................. 45   Managers ................................................................................................................................................................................... 45   2013 Summer Camps (tentative) ............................................................................................................................................ 46   Offices, Locker Room and Storage ......................................................................................................................................... 47   Development & Fund-Raising ................................................................................................................................................ 49   Awards-Individual Team Dinners......................................................................................................................................... 49   Awards - Seniors ...................................................................................................................................................................... 49   Awards - Annual Academics & Athletics Recognition Event ........................................................................................... 49   Awards - Senior Male and Female Scholar-Athlete ............................................................................................................ 50   Awards - Scholar-Athletes ...................................................................................................................................................... 50   Awards – Team/Program Most Valuable Players .............................................................................................................. 51   Awards – QU Male and Female Athlete of the Year ........................................................................................................... 51   Awards - Athlete of the Month .............................................................................................................................................. 52   Awards - Conference Awards ................................................................................................................................................ 52   Awards – NEC & ECAC Scholar-Athlete of the Year (for each sport) ............................................................................ 52   Awards – Academic Honor Roll ........................................................................................................................................... 52   Administration - Sports Information..................................................................................................................................... 52   Athletic Training - Emergency Protocol for all Staff ........................................................................................................... 52   Emergency Action Plans ......................................................................................................................................................... 53   Athletic Training - Bloodborne Pathogen Training (BPT).................................................................................................. 53   Athletic Training - Sports Medicine Policies and Procedures ........................................................................................... 54   Policy on Insurance Coverage for Student-Athletes ........................................................................................................... 55   Student-Athlete - Academic Policies & Support................................................................................................................. 57   Student-Athlete - Class Absence Policy ................................................................................................................................ 57   Student-Athlete - Book Scholarship Policy........................................................................................................................... 58   Student-Athlete - Community Relations .............................................................................................................................. 58   Student-Athlete - Advisory Committee (SAAC) ................................................................................................................. 58   Student-Athlete – Counseling ................................................................................................................................................ 58   Student-Athlete – Academic Assistance ............................................................................................................................... 58   Student-Athlete - Summer School/Independent Study/Post-Eligibility ........................................................................ 59   Student-Athlete - Discipline Policy ....................................................................................................................................... 60   Student-Athlete – Survey ........................................................................................................................................................ 61   Student-Athlete Senior Exit Interview .................................................................................................................................. 63   Recreation – Fitness Centers ................................................................................................................................................... 67   Requisition Form ...................................................................................................................................................................... 70   Hiring Process Checklist ......................................................................................................................................................... 71   Sportsmanship Statement ....................................................................................................................................................... 72   Quinnipiac Employee Background Check Form ................................................................................................................. 72   Quinnipiac Employee Termination Checklist ...................................................................................................................... 74   NEW EMPLOYEE CHECK LIST............................................................................................................................................ 75   Personal Information Sheet ..................................................................................................................................................... 76  

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Quinnipiac University Mission Statement An education at Quinnipiac embodies the University’s commitment to three core values: high-quality academic programs, a student-oriented environment and a strong sense of community. The University prepares undergraduates and graduate students for achievement and leadership in business, communications, health, education, law and the liberal arts and sciences. Quinnipiac University educates students to be valued and contributing members of their communities through a vital, challenging and purposeful educational program. Students engage real-world issues through practice and the consideration of different perspectives. The University’s innovative QU seminar series further prepared undergraduates to understand their role and responsibilities as members of the Quinnipiac community, as well as the larger national and global communities. To fulfill its educational mission, Quinnipiac: • • • • • •

offers degree programs centered on effective practice that are strengthened by the integration of liberal education; cultivates critical thinking, intellectual integrity, curiosity and creativity in the pursuit of knowledge; provides a variety of learning and service experiences to facilitate student achievement; maintains a strong commitment to a diverse and inclusive student body, faculty and staff; fosters an understanding of and respect for the multiplicity of human perspectives and belief systems; supports faculty teacher-scholars who are effective teacher and who engage in scholarship with valuable intellectual and practical results.

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Department of Athletics & Recreation Mission Statement Approved December 2007

To continually enhance and support a model NCAA Division I program consistent with the University’s academic values and standards; and provide intramural and recreational programs for the entire campus community. Quinnipiac University’s Diversity Mission Statement Quinnipiac University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, gender, age, sexual orientation, national and ethnic origin, or disability status in the administration of its educational and admissions policies, employment policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic programs or other university-administered programs. Gender Equity Mission Statement To continually review all phases of the Department of Athletics and Recreation with regard to gender equity to ensure the overall benefits, resources, opportunities, and participation meet the needs of all students.

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Goal #20 – Quinnipiac Strategic Plan To continually enhance and support a model NCAA Division I program consistent with the University’s academic values and standards; and provide intramural and recreational programs for the entire campus community. Objectives, Activities and Priorities 1. Sponsor highly competitive Division I programs to extend the name of Quinnipiac University to a larger audience, particularly within our student recruitment markets; and continue to address all interrelated aspects of athletic marketing and external relations which enhance our brand, image and profile on local, regional and national levels. 2. Adhere to NCAA Division I rules, regulations and standards in regards to academic success of studentathletes, recruitment, gender equity, financial aid, and fundraising. 3. Continue to support men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s ice hockey, men’s and women’s lacrosse and women’s field hockey as the sports of emphasis for the university; and continually explore opportunities to strengthen and enhance the support for all other teams and programs. 4. Maintain conference affiliations which reflect the University’s academic values, standards and athletic ambitions. Continue to place a high priority on the University, and its conferences’, value to the principles of sportsmanship. 5. Continue to develop, expand and create new initiatives in support of Academic Enhancement, Athletic High Performance and Student-Athlete Life Skills programs. 6. Continue to strengthen the working relationship with the Athletic Training and Sports Medicine programs to provide and support the athletic training needs of our student athletes.   7. Continue to adhere to policies and practices consistent with requirements of the Office of Civil Rights with regard to gender equity. 8. Develop plans for appropriate facilities for athletics, recreation, fitness and intramural programs. 9. Continue to expand strategies to generate revenue growth; foster initiatives that build relationships with corporate partners; and continue to collaborate with the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs to increase fundraising and expand events. 10. Continue to develop, enhance and implement a comprehensive plan for athletic promotions and ticketing for the varsity teams playing in the TD Bank Sports Center. 11. Continue to maintain and enhance a far-reaching communications and marketing plan for athletic programs enhance areas of broadcasting, print platforms and the use of social networks; strengthen sports media and public relations efforts; and continue to work with the Office of Public Affairs to enhance the image of the University. 12. To expand upon intramural, recreational, and fitness offerings for the entire campus community that enhances health and wellness and fosters a sense of community spirit. The Recreation Department will, in alignment with the Essential Learning Outcomes, create an environment that provides student employees an opportunity to achieve skill sets that will further their development. 13. Create a Club Sports Program that meets the recreational needs of the student population and enhances the student’s overall experience by incorporating relative Essential Learning Outcomes. Page 5


2012-13 President’s Cabinet Organizational Chart

Quinnipiuac   University     Board  of  Trustees  

Dr.  John  L.  Lahey   President  

Joan  Isaac   Mohr    

Donald   Weinbach    

Vice  President     Vice  President   Development   Dean  of   &  Alumni   Admissions   Affairs  

Mark   Thompson     Senior  Vice   President   Academic  &   Student   Affairs  

Patrick  Healy   Senior    

Richard   Ferguson    

Vice  President   Financial   Affairs  

Senior  Vice   President   Administration  

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Jean  Husted     Vice  President   Executive   Associate  to   the  President  

Ron  Mason     Lynn  Bushnell     Vice  President   Vice  President   Human   Public  Affairs   Resources  


2012-13 Athletics & Recreation Organization Chart – Administrators

Senior Vice President Academics & Student Affairs Mark Thompson

Director Athletics & Recreation Jack McDonald

Assistant Director Sports Information Ken Sweeten

Assistant Sports Information Tony Distasio

Senior Associate Director

Associate Director NCAA Senior Woman Administrator Compliance Tracey Flynn

Head Coaches

Bill Mecca

Associate Director Fitness & Wellness Tami Reilly

Associate Director Sports Medicine Ernie Hallbach

Associate Director Academics Support Lyneene Richardson

Associate Director Operations Andy Castagnola

Assistant Director Academic Support Men's Basketball Alyssa Budkofsky

Assistant Director Equipment Jamie Schilkowski

Assistant Director Compliance Bob Tipson

Assistant Director Academic Support TBA

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Fitness Center Coordinator Scott Walker

Associate Director Intramurals Mike Medina


2012-2013 Athletics & Recreation Organization Chart – Head Coaches Varsity Head Coaches

Acrobatics & Tumbling Mary Ann Powers

Baseball Dan Gooley

Men's Basketball Tom Moore

Women's Basketball Tricia Fabbri

Men's  Cross  Country                 Carolyn  Martin  

Women's  Cross  Country                 Carolyn  Martin  

Women's  Field  Hockey                             Becca  Main  

Men's  Ice  Hockey     Rand  Pecknold  

Women's  Golf           John  O'Connor  

Women's  Ice  Hockey                                 Rick  Seeley  

Men's  Lacrosse       Eric  Fekete  

Women's  Lacrosse     Danie  Caro  

Women's  Rugby     Becky  Carlson  

Women's  Softball     Germaine  Fairchild  

Men's  Soccer   Eric  DaCosta                          

Women's  Soccer           Dave  Clarke  

Men's  Tennis                       Mike  Quitko  

Women's  Tennis         Mike  Quitko  

Women's  Indoor  Track  &   Field    

Women's  Outdoor  Track  &   Field    

Carolyn  Martin  

Carolyn  Martin  

Women's  Volleyball   Kris  Czaplinskii  

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NCAA & Quinnipiac Governance

NCAA  President  

NCAA  Executive   Committee   NCAA  Division  I   Board  of   Directors   President   Quinnipiac   University   Faculty   Athletics   Representative  

Director  of   Athletics  

Senior  Woman   Administrator  

NCAA Title Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Faculty Athletic Representative (FAR) Athletic Director (AD) Senior Woman Administrator (SWA) Athletics Council NCAA Certification Liaison NCAA Student Athlete Affairs University Title IX Coordinator

Athletics   Council  

Name Dr. John L. Lahey Sean Duffy Jack McDonald Tracey Flynn Richard Hanley Jill Martin Lyneene Richardson Monique Drucker

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NCAA  Student   Affairs/Life   Skills  


2012-13 Sports Administrators & Liaisons SPORTS

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF LIAISON

ATHLETICS COUNCIL LAISON

SPORTS INFO LIAISON

ATHLETIC TRAINER LIAISON

ALUMI DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE

Women’s Acrobatics & Tumbling

Richardson/Mecca

Basmadjian

Buckholz

Brunelle/Roller

TBA

Men's Baseball

Mecca/Schilkowski

Hanley/Mattei

Sweeten

Pallone

TBA

Men's Basketball

McDonald/Mecca/Budkofsky Hudd

Distasio/Buckbolz

Abreu

TBA

Women's Basketball

Flynn/McDonald

Farrell/Balogh

Distasio/Buckholz

Mella

TBA

Men’s & Women’s Cross-Country Women's Field Hockey

McDonald Tipson/Sweeten

Duffy Delohery/Farrell

McNall Sweeten

Hallbach Boots

TBA TBA

Women’s Golf

Mecca/Sweeten

Sweeten

Hallbach

TBA

Men's Ice Hockey

McDonald/Sweeten

Hoffman/Knowlton Sweeten/McNall

Fairbrother

TBA

Women's Ice Hockey

Schilkowski/McDonald

Martin/Hoffman

McNall/Sweeten

Murad

TBA

Men's Lacrosse

Castagnola/Tipson

Delohery

Distasio

Boots

TBA

Women's Lacrosse

Tipson/Castagnola

Knowlton/Burns

Buckholz/Distasio

Brunnelle

TBA

Women’s Rugby

McDonald/Medina

Delohery

Buckholz

McNeil/Roller

Men's Soccer

Mecca

Morgan

Distasio

Ellis

TBA

Women's Soccer

Flynn

John Morgan

Buckholz

Mead

TBA

Women's Softball

Flynn

Mattei/Balogh

McNall

Ellis

TBA

Men’s Tennis

Richardson

Dottie Lauria

Distasio

Mead

TBA

Women’s Tennis

Richardson

Dottie Lauria

Distasio

Mead

TBA

Duffy Burns

Buckholz Maxx McNall

Hallbach McNeil

TBA TBA

Women’s Indoor & Outdoor Track McDonald Women's Volleyball TBA/McDonald Club Sports (oending approval) Medina

2012-2013 Sports Administrator’s Responsibilities

Attend All Home Games or be sure that administrator attends game Back-up for Recruiting calls, visits, e-mails & compliance Administrator for post-season tournaments Oversee/Edit Sport Web-Site Evaluate incidents at games (athletes, coaches and/or fans) Member/Chair of Search Committee Assist in Student-Athlete Exit Interviews with faculty Possible Candidate for Conference/NCAA Sport Committee Conference Calls if necessary Tournament Director when QU host playoffs

2012-13 Athletics Council, Athletics Advisory Board Suggested Roles

Attend Home Games when possible Meet with Head Coach and Staff Attend Team Banquet (if held) Attend Annual Athletic Meeting each September Assist As Needed

2012-13 Alumni, Parent and Development Resource Meet with Head Coach and Staff Attend Home games when possible Attend post-game receptions (if held), when possible Attend Alumni Games (if held) when possible Refer Coaches and Athletic Staff to appropriate Alumni and Development Staff as Needed Assist as Needed Page 10


2012-13 Sports Administrators & Liaisons (cont.) GROUPS

LIAISON

Sideline Cheer Pep Band Mascot Kick Line Dance Fusion Dance Company Step to Perfection Club Sports

Tami Reilly Chris Malico/Eric Grgurich Matt Calcagni Tami Reilly Tami Reilly Tami Reilly Tami Reilly Mike Medina/Scott Walker

PROGRAMS/EVENTS

STAFF

Academic & Athletics Awards Recognition Open House Junior Open House Admitted Student Days Parents Weekend Positive Play Programs Orientation Roundball Bobcat Madness Health Fair Student-Athlete Return

McDonald/Mecca/Sweeten/Castagnola/Richardson Reilly/Medina/Walker/FT Staff Sign-Ups Reilly/ Medina/Walker/FT Staff Sign-Ups Reilly/ Medina/Walker/FT Staff Sign-Ups Reilly/ Medina/Walker/FT Staff Sign-Ups Richardson/Flynn/Budkofsky Reilly/Medina Mecca/McDonald McDonald/Caprio Reilly Tipson/Hallbach/Sweeten/Flynn/McDonald/Mecca/Richardson

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2012-2013 Athletics & Recreation Staff Directory

LAST

FIRST

QU TITLE

Abreu

Cemi

Athletic Trainer

Amenda

Jessica

Graduate Assistant - Compliance

Armington

Ashley

Graduate Assistant - Intramurals

Bart-Williams

Christopher

Volunteer - Assistant Men's Soccer Coach

Bassi

Jillian

Graduate Assistant - Fitness

Bean

Ryan

Belanger Benoit

QU PHONE

HOME PHONE

CELL PHONE

E-MAIL

917-482-6445

cemi.abreu@quinnipiac.edu

508-654-4566

ashley.armington@quinnipiac.edu

203-582-5324

860-830-2778

cbg_williams@hotmail.com

203-582-5392

603-819-8144

jillian.bassi@quinnipiac.edu

Assistant Men's Tennis Coach

203-582-5322

203--387-9272

ryan.bean@quinnipiac.edu

Steve

Assistant Women's Track Coach

203-582-5320

860-371-0814

steven.belanger@quinnipiac.edu

Andrew

Graduate Assistant - Operations

203-582-5274

203-415-5597

andrewbenoit0@gmail.com

Boots

Lindsay

Athletic Trainer

203-582-6519

860-608-1472

lindsay.boots@quinnipiac.edu

Brennan

Danielle

Assistant Women's Basketball Coach

203-582-8996

203-589-4946

danielle.wexler@quinnipiac.edu

Brito

Graciano

Assistant Men's Soccer Coach

203-582-5324

203-615-3197

Brown

Kerry

Assistant Women's Golf Coach

203-582-3911

Brunelle

Megan

Graduate Assistant - Athletic Training

203-582-3717

774-200-3977

megan.brunelle@quinnipiac.edu

Buckholz

Bethany

Graduate Assistant - Sports Information

203-582-8625

860-338-1504

bethany.buckholz@quinnipiac.edu

Budkofsky

Alyssa

Assistant AD for Basketball Academics

203-582-8577

202-669-3381

alyssa.budkofsky@quinnipiac.edu

Burrell

Scott

Assistant Men's Basketball Coach

203-582-3789

203-654-1144

scott.burrell@quinnipiac.edu

Calcagni

Matt

Ticket Manager

203-582-3905

Caprio

David

Ticket Sales and Promotions Manager

203-582-3757

Carlson

Rebecca

Head Women's Rugby Coach

203-582-3914

203-582-3778

203-2711739

kerry.brown@cox.net

Matthew.Calcagni@quinnipiac.edu David.Caprio@quinnipiac.edu 203-2302632

303-656-5158

rebecca.carlson@quinnipiac.edu

203-623-9603

danie.caro@quinnipiac.edu

Caro

Danie

Head Women's Lacrosse Coach

203-582-5323

Cashman

Reid

Assistant Men's Ice Hockey Coach

203-582-8593

203-641-3510

reid.cashman@quinnipiac.edu

Cassesse

Jaime

Volunteer - Field Hockey Coach

203-582-5319

203-915-4912

jaimec@ctcongroup.com

Castagnola

Andrew

Associate Athletic Director for Operations

203-582-5274

203-915-8059

andrew.castagnola@quinnipiac.edu

860-680-1869

dave.clarke@quinnipiac.edu

860-6337115

Clarke

Dave

Head Women's Soccer Coach

203-582-5315

Conner

Brett

Assistant Baseball Coach

203-582-8966

203-929-0151

Coppolecchia

Chris

Graduate Assistant - Operations

203-582-5274

914-943-7186

brett.conner@quinnipiac.edu christopher.coppolecchia@quinnipi ac.edu

Corvi

Toni

Volunteer- Assistant Acrobatics & Tumbling Coach

203-582-5325

203-376-9245

toni.corvi@gmail.com

203-981-0204

stephen.coxon@quinnipiac.edu

203-5772283

Coxon

Stephen

Assistant Women's Soccer Coach

203-582-5315

Cunniff

Kimberly

Volunteer Assistant Field Hockey Coach

203-582-5319

508-878-2725

krcunniff@yahoo.com

Cyr

David

Volunteer Women's Volleyball Coach

203-582-5313

203-231-6713

Czaplinski

Kristopher

Head Volleyball Coach

203-582-5313

203-843-1281

drcy102@aol.com kristopher.czaplinski@quinnipiac.ed u

203-627-6353

eric.dacosta@quinnipiac.edu

339-933-1709

john.delaney@quinnipiac.edu christopher.dickerson@quinnipiac.e du

Da Costa

Eric

Head Men's Soccer Coach

203-582-5324

Delaney

John

Assistant Baseball Coach

203-582-6546

Dickerson

Christopher

Assistant Cross Country/Track Coach

203-582-5313

Dione

Donald

Volunteer Women's Soccer Coach

203-582-5315

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203-6915571

203-403-0034 860-5268392

dione@quixnet.net


Distasio

Tony

Assistant Sports Information Director

203-582-5387

LAST

FIRST

QU TITLE

Doherty

Sean

Assistant Men's Basketball Coach

203-582-3786

Duffy

Sean

Faculty Athletics Representative

203-582-8324

Eaton

Eric

Assistant Men's Basketball Coach

203-582-3788

Ellis

Catie

Athletic Trainer

203-582-6488

QU PHONE

Fabbri

Tricia

Head Women's Basketball Coach

203-582-5362

Fairbrother

Brian

Athletic Trainer

203-582-8941

Fairchild

Germaine

Head Softball Coach

203-582-5316

Fekete

Eric

Head Men's Lacrosse Coach

203-582-5318

Fitzpatrick

Meaghan

Assistant Women's Lacrosse Coach

203-582-5323

Flynn

Tracey

Associate Athletic Director/SWA

203-582-8767

Frady

Bruce

Assistant Men's Lacrosse Coach

203-582-8139

Gastall

Lauren

Graduate Assistant - Fitness

Gooley

Dan

Head Baseball Coach

203-582-8966

Beth

Griswold

TD Bank Sports Center Marketing Director

203-582-5212

Grgurich

Eric

Executive Director of the TD Bank Sports Center

203-582-8657

Grubb

Jason

203-582-5324

Hallbach

Ernie

Volunteer - Men's Soccer Associate AD/Clinical Director for Athletic Training Services

Hansen

David

Volunteer - Men's Soccer Coach

203-582-5324

Hauser

Brittany

Assistant Women's Lacrosse Coach

203-582-3730

203-582-8589

HOME PHONE 203-6915908 203-4979767

203-3808770

203-2712467

860-3498056

203-7777549

860-673-8405

anthony.distasio@quinnipiac.edu

CELL PHONE

E-MAIL

203-535-4861

sean.doherty@quinnipiac.edu sean.duffy@quinnipiac.edu

518-429-0286

eric.eaton@quinnipiac.edu

270-293-0587

catherine.ellis@quinnipiac.edu

203-610-5482

sacca@quinnipiac.edu

617-515-0150

brian.fairbrother@quinnipiac.edu

505-977-8272

germaine.fairchild@quinnipiac.edu

203-988-4641 631-860-3756

eric.fekete@quinnipiac.edu meaghan.fitzpatrick@quinnipiac.ed u

203-506-2160

tracey.flynn@quinnipiac.edu

203-500-2994

bruce.frady@quinnipiac.edu

203-710-4150

dan.gooley@quinnipiac.edu Elizabeth.Griswold@quinnipiac.edu

860-3246254 860-2284489

203-996-6389

eric.grgurich@quinnipiac.edu

860-287-0656

jason@soccerplus.org

860-690-9319

ernest.hallbach@quinnipiac.edu

516-443-9531

hansend2@southernct.edu

631-492-7557

brittany.hauser@quinnipiac.edu

203-2882550

Henry, DR

Robert

Team Physician

203-582-8589

Iati

Jonathan

Men's Basketball Director of Operations

203-582-3789

717-968-2381

jonathan.iati@quinnipiac.edu

Joseph

Janelle

Graduate Assistant - Fitness

203-582-5392

718-785-7848

janelle.joseph@quinnipiac.edu

Kabel

Brian

Graduate Assistant - Intramurals

Landino

Lori

Secretary for Basketball

203-582-3992

203-213-8485

lori.landino@quinnipiac.edu

Link

Jeremy

Assistant Acrobatics & Tumbling Coach

203-582-5325

203-676-6572

customlink@gmail.com

Lombardi

Justine

Volunteer Women's Soccer Coach

203-582-5315

860-803-9407

MacGillivray

Mountain

Assistant Women's Basketball Coach

203-582-3412

203-500-2195

j3lombardi@gmail.com mountain.macgillivray@quinnipiac.e du

860-324-8984

main@quinnipiac.edu

203-848-7890

connie.mancini@quinnipiac.edu

203-907-8097

carolyn.robin@quinnipiac.edu

Main Kohli

Becca

Head Field Hockey Coach

203-582-5319

Mancini

Connie

Secretary to the Director

203-582-5388

Martin

Carolyn

Head Cross Country/Track Coach

203-582-5314

Martin

Tom

Volunteer - Cross Country/Track Coach

203-582-5314

Maturo

Edward

Asst. Equipment Manager - Men's Ice Hockey

203-582-3696

McDonald

Jack

Director of Athletics & Recreation

203-582-8621

McNall

Maxx

Graduate Assistant - Sports Information

203-582-8625

McNeil

Molly

Graduate Assistant - Athletic Training

203-582-8408

Mead

Jennifer

Associate Athletic Trainer

203-582-3627

Mecca

Bill

Senior Associate Athletic Director

203-582-8624

Medina

Mike

Asst. AD/Intramurals

203-582-5393

Mella

Rebecca

Athletic Trainer

Meyers

Daniel

Volunteer - Men's Ice Hockey Coach

203-2848372

860-6378108 203-2393238 203-2081982 203-2081982 203-2488589 203-2711109

203-2340622 203-4404818

thomas.martin@quinnipiac.edu 203-980-2495

edward.maturo@quinnipiac.edu

203-676-3691

mcdonald@quinnipiac.edu

802-338-7894

maxx.mcnall@quinnipiac.edu

508-479-0009

molly.mcnail@quinnipiac.edu

860-655-2484

jennifer.mead@quinnipiac.edu

203-640-1796

mecca@quinnipiac.edu

203-577-8259

michael.medina@quinnipiac.edu rebecca.mella@quinnipiac.edu

203-582-3991

Miller

Paula

Associate Men's & Women's Tennis Head Coach

203-582-5322

Moore

Thomas

Head Men's Basketball Coach

203-582-3784

Murad NemetzCarlson

Joseph

Graduate Assistant - Athletic Training

203-582-8408

Paul

Assistant Women's Ice Hockey Coach

203-582-3748

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203-2348096 860-8704558 203-7885372

609-760-0430

dmeyers33@gmail.com

203-506-9192

paula.miller@quinnipiac.edu

860-450-6093

thomas.moore@quinnipiac.edu

203-671-7340

joseph.murad@quinnipiac.edu paul.nemetzcarlson@quinnipiac.edu


LAST

FIRST

QU TITLE

QU PHONE

O'Connor

John

Head Women's Golf Coach

203-582-3911

Onofrio

Lori

203-582-3991

Owens

Jeffrey

Secretary for Ice Hockey Assistant Equipment Manager for Women's Ice Hockey

Pallone

Adam

Athletic Trainer

203-582-3915

Patel

Brijesh

Strength & Conditioning Coach

203-582-3857

203-582-3696

Pecknold

Rand

Head Men's Ice Hockey Coach

203-582-5321

Powers

Mary Ann

Head Acrobatics & Tumbling Coach

203-582-5325

Quitko

Mike

Head Men's & Women's Tennis Coach

203-582-5322

Reed

Michelle

Assistant Women's Rugby Coach

203-582-3914

HOME PHONE 203-7954042 203-2816476 203-2886975 860-4246059 203-2835446 203-4078207 203-2399291 203-2308460

CELL PHONE

E-MAIL

203-214-9706

john.o'connor@quinnipiac.edu

203-444-4364

lorraine.onofrio@quinnipiac.edu cjeffrey.owens@quinnipiac.edu adam.pallone@quinnipiac.edu

508-667-7852

brijesh.patel@quinnipiac.edu

203-605-2203

rand.pecknold@quinnipiac.edu

203-376-9258

maryann.powers@quinnipiac.edu

203-506-9195

quitko@quinnipiac.edu

630-270-9487

michelle.reed@quinnipiac.edu

Reilly

Tami

Associate AD for Wellness/Fitness

203-582-5392

203-841-8492

tamirack.reilly@quinnipiac.edu

Richardson

Lyneene

Associate AD for Academics

203-582-3750

203-710-6794

lyneene.richardson@quinnipiac.edu

Riga

William

Assistant Men's Ice Hockey Coach

203-582-3435

203-464-1698

william.riga@quinnipiac.edu

Rinaldi

Andrew

Graduate Assistant - Operations

203-582-5274

516-732-9686

andrew.rinaldi@quinnipiac.edu

Rincon

Alex

Volunteer - Women's Soccer Coach

203-582-5315

203-687-8533

alexandro.rincon@quinnipiac.edu

Roller

Robert

Graduate Assistant - Athletic Training

Schilkowski

James

Assistant Athletic Director for Equipment Services

203-339-5106

jschilkowski@quinnipiac.edu

203-980-9959

wschweizer@quinnipiac.edu

203-582-3696 203-4218515 860-7886377

Schweizer

Bill

Broadcaster

203-582-3514

Seeley

Richard

Head Women's Ice Hockey Coach

203-582-3294

203-868-9497

richard.seeley@quinnipiac.edu

Somers

Lindsey

Head Women's Volleyball Coach

203-582-5313

937-572-5858

lynsey.somers@gmail.com

Small

Brian

Assistant Men's Lacrosse Coach

203-582-8147

410-325-0241

brian.small@quinnipiac.edu

St. Gelais

Sara

Graduate Assistant - Athletic Training

203-582-8408

802-318-5963

sara.st.gelais@quinnipiac.edu

Stewart

Kevin

Volunteer - Asst. Women's Soccer Coach

203-582-5315

Sweeten

Ken

Assistant Athletic Director/SID

203-582-5387

Terry

Amy

Thompson Tipson

kevstewart@hotmail.com 203-2879981

203-859-8529

kenneth.sweeten@quinnipiac.edu

203-219-0854

amy.terry@quinnipiac.edu

203-582-3420

Mark

Coordinator for Financial Services Senior Vice President for Academics & Student Affairs

Bob

Assistant Athletic Director/Compliance

203-582-5361

203-314-9712

robert.tipson@quinnipiac.edu

Torino-Canada

Cheryl

Assistant Field Hockey Coach

203-582-6547

203-671-4988

cheryl.torino@quinnipiac.edu

Trotman

Erin

Assistant Acrobatics & Tumbling Coach

203-582-5325

860-463-9796

erin.trotman@quinnipiac.edu

Turner

Cassandra

Assistant Women's Ice Hockey Coach

203-582-5382

315-317-6881

cassandra.turner@quinnipiac.edu

203-582-8914

Mark.Thompson@quinnipiac.edu

203-2728465

Vignola

Joanne

Athletic Secretary

203-582-5205

joanne.vignola@quinnipiac.edu

Walker

Scott

Fitness Coordinator

203-582-6441

319-541-8005

scott.walker@quinnipiac.edu

Warner

Assistant Women's Basketball Coach

203-582-8991

347-585-0916

Wasiolek

Marie Bartholome w

Assistant Men's Cross Country Coach

203-582-5314

203-907-9408

marie.warner@quinnipiac.edu bartholomew.wasiolek@quinnipiac.e du

Wormley

Nick

Volunteer - Assistant Men's Tennis Coach

203-582-3719

203-535-1670

nicholas.wormley@quinnipiac.edu

All updates to Staff Directory should be given to Secretary to the Director

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Athletics Council

Mission Statement:! The Council assists and advises the Director of Athletics and Recreation in the exercise of institutional responsibility and control of intercollegiate athletics and recreation as it relates to academics. The guiding concern of the Board is the growth and academic development of students who participate in intercollegiate athletics and recreation. The Council both advises the Director on academic policy issues brought to the Council's attention by the Director and also initiates discussion on issues of concern to the faculty, staff or administration.

LAST

FIRST

TITLE

School/Department

Balogh

Anne

Alumni Affairs

Basmadjian

Kevin

Blythe

Tania

Alumni Assistant Professor of Education Clinical Assistant Professor of Diagnostic Imaging

Budkofsky

Alyssa

Burns

Lisa

Delohery

Andrew

Duffy (FAR)

Sean

Farrell

Robert

Ferguson

Richard

Director Associate Professor of Political Science/NCAA Faculty Athletic Representative Professor of Law (Cabinet Liaison) Vice President-Chief Information & Technology Officer (Ex-Officio & Cabinet Liaison)

Flynn (SWA)

Tracey

Associate Athletic Director

Information and Technology Athletics & Recreation

Alicia

Clinical Instructor for Diagnostic Imaging

Health Sciences

Softball/Baseball

Richard

Assistant Professor

Communications

Hoffman

Mark

Arts & Sciences

Hudd

Suzanne

Kerr

Keith

Professor Associate Professor of Sociology Assistant Professor of Sociology

Baseball/Softball Men's Ice Hockey/Women's Field Hockey Men's Basketball/Tennis

Knowlton

Carla

Director of Admissions

Admissions

Laskin

Alexander

Assistant Professor

Lauria

Dorothy

Registrar

Communication/Pu blic Relations Information and Technology

Martin (ViceChair)

Jill

Professor (Faculty-Senate Liaison)

Arts & Sciences

Women's Basketball Women's Lacrosse/Men's Ice Hockey Men's Soccer/Women's Lacrosse Men’s & Women's Tennis Women's Ice Hockey/Women’s Rugby

Mattie

Angela

Assistant Professor

Business

Acrobatics &

Giaimo (Longobardi Hanley (Chair)

Academic Support (Ex-Officio) Associate Professor of Media Studies

Education Health Sciences Athletics & Recreation

SPORT LIAISON Softball/Men's Ice Hockey Women's Ice Hockey Acrobatics & Tumbling

Communications Academic Affairs/Learning Center

Women's Volleyball, Women's Lacrosse Men's Lacrosse/Field Hockey/Women’s Rugby

Arts & Sciences

M&W CrossCountry/Track

Law School

Arts & Sciences Arts & Science

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SUB-COMMITTEE Equity & StudentAthlete Welfare Equity & StudentAthlete Welfare Academics/Recreati on Academics/Recreati on Academics/Recreati on Equity & StudentAthlete Welfare Equity & StudentAthlete Welfare

Governance & Compliance Equity & StudentAthlete Welfare (Chair) Academics/Recreati on (Chair) Academics Equity & StudentAthlete Welfare

Academics/ Recreation

Governance & Compliance Academics/ Recreation (Chair)


Tumbling/Women's Basketball McDonald (AD)

Jack

Morgan

John

Director of Athletics & Recreation (Ex-Officio) Professor of Law (FacultySenate Liaison)

O'Connor

Ed

Dean, School of Health Sciences

Health Sciences

Open

Student-Athlete

SAAC

Open

Student-Athlete Assistant Athletic Director (ExOfficio) Associate Professor of Accounting

SAAC Athletics & Recreation

Richardson

Lyneene

Simione

Kathy

Athletics & Recreation Law School

Business

Roles for a Athletics Council Sport Liaisons are but not limited to: Attend Home Games when possible Meet with Head Coach and Staff Attend Team Banquet (if held) Attend Annual Athletic Meeting each September Assist As Needed

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Men's Soccer/Men's Basketball Women's Soccer/Women’s Golf

Equity & StudentAthlete Welfare Governance & Compliance

Equity & StudentAthlete Welfare Academics/ Recreation Governance & Compliance (Chair)


Athletics Advisory Board

The mission of the "Athletics Advisory Board" is to serve as the primary advisory group on a wide range of the University's intercollegiate athletic strategic objectives as it pertains to successful performance in NCAA Division I athletics. The advisory members shall provide consultation and sounding board on athletically related initiatives. First Marc Ann Ned Don Chris Jaime Rick Larry John Walter Dan Ray George Bob Robert W. Nicole Becca Fred Jack Robert Ed Billy William Ray Jack Richard Jim Angela Gene Wayne George Gene

Last Austin Balogh Burt Camerato Canetti Cassesse Ciardiello Coassin DeMezzo Esdaile Gooley Gooley (Chair) Grande Hammel Johnson Klarides-Ditria Main Masotta McDonald McKiernan McMahon Mecca O'Brien Peach Peters Reilly Rosetta Santacroce Singer Stone Sweeney Zurolo

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Administration/Human Resources – Hiring New Staff The hiring and/or termination of all full-time, part-time and volunteer staff must be pre-approved by the Director of Athletics and Recreation. Please know that ALL University employees (full-time, part-time, volunteer) must submit an on-line application with resume to: http://careers.quinnipiac.edu Candidates are then reviewed, approved prior to a background check being performed and a contract being issued. No one is to be working, coaching, volunteering until a contract is issued. Prior to a contract being issued or a press release being written, new staff members must first: -Meet with Director of Athletics; -Letter of Resignation Submitted by previous employee or confirmation of vacancy -Receive and review staff polices and procedures; -Fill out, sign and return Personal Information Sheet -Submit current resume/vitae to Director of Athletics -Fill out necessary payroll and tax forms (available at Human Resources) -Background check conducted by Human Resources -No head or assistant coach will be issued a contract or appointment letter until his/her supervisor has completed the staff hiring form. -Complete New Employee Check List Administration/Human Resources - Payroll Full-time and part-time employees will be on the 15th and the last day of each month provided proper payroll forms have been submitted to Human Resources.

Administration/Human Resources - Vacation Days Classification Vacation Full-Time Staff (10 month contract) 18 Days Part-Time Staff 0 Full-time staff hosting summer camps must take vacation time while hosting camps

Administration/Human Resources - Tuition Remission Classification Full-Time Staff Part-Time Head Coaches** Part-Time Assistant Coaches**

Tuition Benefit Full tuition for employee, spouse and dependents. Two courses per year for employee. One Course per year for employee.

**These benefits are for part-time staff that are issued letters of appointments and have two complete years of service. Part-time staff that are paid hourly do not receive any tuition benefits.

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Graduate Assistants (2012-2013)

Graduate Assistant Allocations Area of Responsibility Sports Information Sports Medicine (not counted in Athletics Total)

# of Hours Allocated ** 1800 3600 (Rugby GA TBA)

Intramurals Operations Academic Support Compliance Fitness/Wellness/Recreation TOTAL ** divided into increments of 300 hours 3 tuition credits = 300 hours service 6 tuition credits = 600 hours service 9 tuition credits = 900 hours service

1500 1800 900 900 1500 8400

Director of Intramurals is the Coordinator for Graduate Assistants. Graduate Assistant positions are pre-approved by the Senior Vice President for Academics and Student Affairs. There are to be no grad assistants funds to be awarded by Head Coaches from scholarship funds. Graduate Assistant must be accepted to a Quinnipiac Graduate Program, file a resume with the Director of Athletics, meet with the Director of Athletics. It is the responsibility of the Supervisor to inform and record 10 hours for every three credits awarded from each graduate assistant. Administration - Important 2012-2013 Dates for All Staff 2012-20013 Events All Full-Time Staff are expected to Attend Weekly Staff Meetings University Convocation Annual All Staff Meeting Admission Open House #1 Admission Open House #2 Admission Open House #3

Positive Play

Dates Wednesday at 10-11am August 30, 2012 September 4, 2012 at 5PM September 22, 2012 October 20, 2012 November 10, 2012

August 29, 2012

Facilities Appreciation Staff Holiday Party Admitted Students Day -1 Admitted Students Day -2 Annual Academics and Athletics Awards Program Sophomore/Junior Open House 22nd Annual Roundball Golf Undergraduate Commencement Orientation Session #1 Orientation Session #2 Orientation Session #3

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December 13, 2012 at 9:00AM December 13, 2012 March 23, 2013 March 24, 2013 April 30, 2013 @ 5PM May 13, 2013 May 16, 2013 May 19, 2013 May 31 – June 1, 2013 June 7 & 8, 2013 June 14 & 15, 2013


Administration - Mail/Voice-Mail/E-mail Coaches and staff are responsible to check and respond to all correspondence that is in their mailbox, voice-mail and e-mail. It is expected that all correspondence sent to you will be returned in a timely manner. Head Coaches should assign assistant coaches to answer correspondence from recruits and interested student-athletes and their parents. It is also expected that Head Coaches immediately respond to the student-athletes and their parents that are on your team. Please know that when writing and sending e-mail that all e-mail should be void of foul language, jokes and any unprofessional comments concerning student-athletes and staff. Administration – Staff Dress Code & Game Attire Full-Time Administrators: Academic Year - Proper Attire (no shorts, sneakers, t-shirts etc.) Summer - Casual attire Head Coach, Assistants & Managers: Practice - QU apparel at all practices Games - QU apparel (shirts, hats, pins, etc.) during all games On & Off Campus Recruiting - Business attire or QU apparel Athletic Trainers, SID, Managers, Volunteers, etc.: Home Games - Business attire or QU Apparel Team Dress Code Home Games (Indoor Sports) Pre & Post Game Proper Dress & Tie or QU Apparel No non-QU baseball caps, t-shirts, sweatshirts Home Games (Outdoor Sports) Team Members always in QU gear and colors No non-QU baseball caps, t-shirts, sweat-shirts Away Games Always QU apparel (including hats). No jeans or t-shirts

Administration – Meetings, Programs & Events All full time staff are expected to attend weekly staff meetings (Wednesdays 10am-11am) All full time staff are expected to attend admissions events (Open Houses, Admitted Days) All staff are expected to answer all e-mail-voicemail-mail in professional and timely manner (24 hours). All staff are expected to dress properly at all times.

Administration – Gambling (NCAA Policy) Staff members and student-athletes shall not provide information, solicit or accept a bet, or participate in ANY gambling activity whether it is intercollegiate or professional competition in sports sponsored by the NCAA. Internet gambling and gambling through bookmakers or any other method employed by organized gambling is PROHIBITED. Office or dorm betting on events such as the Super Bowl and World Series are PROHIBITED. A student-athlete participating in prohibited gambling activities is committing an NCAA violation and will lose their athletic eligibility.

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Scheduling, Pre-Season, Vacation & Travel Guidelines SPORT

# of Contests

# of NT* Date s

Men’s Basketball 29 Women’s Basketball 29 Men’s Ice Hockey 34 Women’s Ice Hockey 34 Men’s Lacrosse 17 Women’s Lacrosse 17 Men’s Soccer 20 Women’s Soccer 20 Men’s Baseball 56 Women’s Softball 56 Women’s Field Hockey 20 Women’s Golf 24 Women’s Volleyball 28 Women’s Tennis 25 Men’s Tennis 25 Men’s Cross-Country 7 Women’s Cross-Country 7 Women’s Rugby 11 Women’s Track 18 Acrobatics & Tumbling 8 * NT- Non Traditional Season

3 3 3 3

3 2

NCAA Squad Size # Players On Bench 15 15 22 22 32 32 24 22 25 20 22

NCAA Travel Party # Team & Support Staff 25 25 31 31 40 38 24 28 35 28 28

15 8 8 14 14 26 14

22 10 10 14 14 26 14

Mode of Game Travel

Per Diem

Bus Bus Bus Bus Bus Bus Bus Bus Bus Bus Bus Bus Bus Bus Bus Bus Bus Bus Bus

$30 $30 $30 $30 $30 $30 $30 $30 $30 $30 $30 $30 $30 $30 $30 $30 $30 $30 $30

Coaches – Roster Management The chart below contains the approved roster sizes for each of our varsity teams. Official rosters are certified as the first day of competition for each sport. Coaches may not change the roster size including adding or cutting without written approval of the Senior Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs and the Director of Athletics Coaches are encouraged to communicate their recommendations for appropriate roster sizes annually in writing to the Senior Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs and the Director of Athletics. Roster Management Proposed 2012-2013 Acrobatics & Tumbling Basketball Baseball Cross Country Field Hockey Golf Ice Hockey Lacrosse Rugby Soccer Softball Tennis Indoor Track & Field Outdoor Track & Field Volleyball

Men 18 30 13

28 41 25 10

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Women 30 16 24 24 8 24 30 26 26 16 10 35 35 12


Coaches – Student-Athlete Participation Policy No student is required to participate in one sport in order to participate in a different sport. Coaches – Roster Policies and Procedures The Athletic Department's Compliance Office is the sole keeper official team rosters. Team rosters are managed on a daily basis by the Compliance Office based on information submitted from head coaches. Team rosters maintained by the Associate Athletics Director are the sole source for filing annual federal government and NCAA reports and surveys. Head Coaches are expected to know who is listed on their official team roster at all time. A student is not a member of an athletic team until their name has been formally submitted (electronically) to the Assistant Athletics Director via the "Change In Status" form. Team rosters are maintained via the NCAA Compliance Assistant (CA) software. Head coaches have 24-hour access to this web-based software. One option to review a team's roster is to run a report via NCAA CA known as: COACHES: 2012-2013 Permission To Practice & Compete Authorization List For Team. Head coaches are expected to notify the Compliance Office if a student name is missing from their team's report or a student-athlete has left the team but whose name is still listed as an active team member. The assistant athletic director for compliance and the assistant athletics director for academic support does not have responsibility for maintaining team roster status. A request from any of the various offices within the Athletics Department (i.e. academic support, athletic training, equipment room, sports information, and strength and conditioning) for a team list run the risk of for obtaining inaccurate information in the event that a coach has neglected to formally submit a request to Compliance Office to have a student added or deleted from the official team roster. Team roster reports listed on the website www.quinnipiacbobcats.com are compiled and maintained by the sports information staff in consultation with the Compliance Office. The sports information staff will not add a student's name or remove a student-athlete's name from the website's team roster unless informed in writing from the Compliance Office. The compliance staff electronically notifies university staff members when changes are made to a team's roster. No Rosters will be displayed on the Athletics web-site until the NCAA Eligibility and Squad List has been approved and signed by the compliance staff. This usually occurs prior to the first date of competition. Coaches - NCAA Compliance The head coach is accountable for all areas of compliance as it relates to their sport. At the beginning of each year, a Compliance Policy and Procedures Manual will be issued to each Head Coach. Interpretations, rules citations and eligibility forms will be enclosed. All coaches (paid or not) are expected to take and pass the NCAA Recruiting Exam each academic year. All questions regarding the eligibility of our student-athletes should be forwarded to Tracey Flynn, Associate Athletic Director for Compliance and Student Services. This involves NCAA Squad Lists, Official and Unofficial Visits, Amateurism, NCAA Clearinghouse for freshmen, continuing eligibility for all returning student-athletes, transfer student-athletes, and all eligibility and compliance forms as it relates to Quinnipiac University policies. As well, head coaches are required to record and present to the compliance staff your recruiting schedule and your practice schedule before the start of the academic year. Page 22


Coaches Responsibilities – NCAA Actively participate in the institution’s NCAA Compliance program including but not limited to…. -Certification Exams Annually -Rules Education Programs -Know your NCAA Division I Recruiting Calendars -Maintaining telephone recruiting logs -Keep written logs of all recruiting activities - Submit all practice logs on-line to the Compliance Staff -Declaration of practice and playing seasons -Report of outside income & file a statement of gambling -Promotional activity approval -Summer camp requirements -Official visit procedures -Roster management & knowledge of initial, continuing and transfer eligibility -Promote awareness of NCAA employment rules -Support the National Letter of Intent policies and procedures -Report knowledge of or suspicion of an NCAA violation. Coaches Responsibilities – Athletic Training -Support Athletic Training Policies and Programs -Pre-season/vacation/semester-break/post-season training dates -Assist with Student-Athlete Insurance and Eligibility Forms -Adherence to HIPAA Policy -Conduct and Dress Code for student-athletes in Athletic Training Room -Report any known injuries to athletic training staff -Abide by or follow medical advice given by athletic training staff regarding status of student athletes -Give adequate scheduling and/or change of scheduling regarding practice, games, departure times, etc. -If athletes not physically able to attend class, they should not be on or near the bench. Coaches - Game Conduct All staff are representatives of Quinnipiac University, the NEC, ECAC Hockey, NCATA and USA Rugby and should conduct themselves in a professional and positive manner at all times. If a coach is ejected from any game that coach must be removed from “site and sound” for the remainder of the game. “Site and Sound” policy is also applicable in cases where additional game suspensions are required. There is an understanding that the on-site administrator should notify the conference office and the institution(s) involved.

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Sportsmanship Statement Based on the NEC’s mission statement and purpose, our goal is to enhance the educational opportunities for young men and women while providing an environment in which leadership, physical fitness, personal growth, sportsmanship and fair play are encouraged. The conference strives to ensure that high standards of scholarship and sportsmanship are adhered to by member institutions. The conference shall require commitment to its adopted standards and to those standards set forth in the respective playing rules. The responsibility to demonstrate and develop good character and sportsmanship should never be subordinated to the desire to win. The vital lessons and intrinsic value of sports are acquired through the competition and honorable pursuit of victory, rather than the outcome itself.

Coaches - Athletic/Peer Student-Athlete Fraternization Coaches and staff are expected to treat student-athletes with respect. Abusive conduct, whether physical or emotional, will not be tolerated. Coaches - Athletic/Peer Student-Athlete Fraternization At no time should coaches and staff (paid, GA, volunteer) behave inappropriately with studentathletes. This includes consumption of alcohol and use of drugs with student-athletes. This includes banquets and off-campus awards dinners, tailgates, and off-season gatherings. All staff and coaches are prohibited from engaging in a romantic relationship with student-athletes. It is the responsibility of the immediate supervisor of staff (Head Coaches) to inform their staff that this policy exists in and out of season. Any staff member violating this policy will be immediately terminated. It is very important supervisors (Head Coaches) inform all new, volunteer and graduate assistants of this policy. Coaches – Student-Athlete Discipline All head coaches are expected to follow and endorse the Quinnipiac-Conference-NCAA Sportsmanship and Ethical Conduct. If a student-athlete violates any state, town, Quinnipiac, conference, or NCAA rules, they will be subject to game and/or practice suspension. Athletic Administrators attend every week meetings to review campus wide student activity that includes alcohol, drugs, assault, behavior and other actions by students. If any of our student-athletes are documented to have broken the law (underage drinking, drugs, assault etc.), they will be issued a game suspension letter by the Head Coach. 1st Offense – One Game Suspension 2nd Offense – Two Game Suspension 3rd Offense – Suspended for remainder of season and termination of scholarship Head Coaches are free to add additional discipline to the department’s policy. Depending on the severity of the infraction, student-athletes could receive additional discipline by the university up to and including expulsion.

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Coaches – Drug Testing The NCAA will conduct random annual drug testing for all student-athletes. All coaches are expected to assist when notified by the compliance office and athletic training. Coaches - Social Network and New Media Policy for Student-Athletes

New Media: Public media refers to technologies used to communicate messages and whose mission is

to serve or engage a public. Public media domains include print outlets, traditional broadcasts, and digital. When utilizing any public media outlets, student-athletes are expected to conduct themselves responsibly as members of their respective team, the Athletics Department, the University and the community. Social Networks: Social network sites such as Facebook, Myspace, Twitter, Blogs, and other new

digital platforms facilitate students communicating with other students. Participation in such networks has both positive appeals but potentially negative consequences. It is important that Quinnipiac student-athletes be aware of these consequences and exercise appropriate caution if they choose to participate. Student-athletes are not restricted from using on-line social network sites and digital platforms. However, users must understand that any content they make public via on-line social networks or digital platforms is expected to follow acceptable social behaviors and also to comply with federal government, state of Connecticut, Quinnipiac, NEC/ECAC, and NCAA. Facebook and similar directories are hosted outside the Quinnipiac server. Violations of university policy (e.g., harassing language, university alcohol or drug policy violations, etc.) or evidence of such violations in the content of on-line social networks or digital platforms are subject to investigation and sanction under the University’s Student Code of Conduct, and other University and department policies. They are also subject to the authority of law enforcement agencies. It is the responsibility of the student athlete to be aware of university regulations. Ignorance of these regulations does not excuse student-athletes from compliance.

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Guidelines for Student-Athletes The following guidelines are intended to provide the framework for student-athletes to conduct themselves safely and responsibly in an on-line environment. As a student-athlete at Quinnipiac University you should: 1. Be careful with how much and what kind of identifying information you post on on-line social network sites. Virtually anyone with an edu e-mail address can access your page. It is unwise to make available information such as full date of birth, social security number, address, residence hall room number, phone number, cell phone numbers, class schedules, bank account information, or details about your daily routine. All can facilitate identity theft or stalking. Facebook and other sites provide numerous privacy settings for information contained in its pages; use these settings to protect private information. However, once posted, the information becomes the property of the web site. 2. Your site is available to potential current and future employers. You should think about any information you post on Facebook, Twitter, and any other digital media, or similar directories potentially providing an image of you to a prospective employer. The information posted is considered public information. Protect yourself and your team by maintaining a self-image that you can be proud of in years to come. 3. Understand that freedom of speech is not unlimited. The on-line social network sites are NOT a place where you can say and do whatever you want without repercussions. Prohibited Conduct Student-athletes are highly visible representatives of the University and are

expected to uphold the values and responsibilities of the University while meeting all requirements set forth by the NEC/ECAC, the NCAA, Quinnipiac University, and the Quinnipiac University intercollegiate athletics program. The Quinnipiac University Department of Athletics prohibits malicious and reckless behavior when utilizing public media outlets. It is important that studentathletes recognize the power of public media domains and the potentially negative image that they can portray about student-athletes, coaches, the athletics program, and the university. Sanctions Any inappropriate activity or language in violation of the above prohibitions, including civil authorities. Sanctions imposed by the Director of Athletics may include, but are not limited to, the following: -Written notification from the Director of Athletics or assignee to the student-athlete outlining the policy and requiring that the unacceptable content be removed or the social network account. -Suspension from all team activities (contests, practices, meetings) -Indefinite suspension from the team. -Dismissal from the team. -Non-renewal of athletic grant-in-aid. Student athletes receiving a computer through our loan program as part of their athletic scholarship should only use this computer resource for the purpose for which it was intended. Users must not intentionally damage the system that is checked out to them. Posting inappropriate content, emails, and images from laptops provided by the University is prohibited.

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Appeals The appeal process for non-renewal of an athletic grant-in-aid is handled by the QU Office of Financial Assistance, in accordance with NCAA Bylaw 15.3.5.1. Please see appeals process below; Student athletes may appeal a non renewal decision by requesting a hearing before the University’s Financial Aid Appeals Committee. In appealing a decision, student athletes are required to submit a written request within 15 days of the issuance of this letter. The written request must include the following: Name, student identification number, year in school, sport. List the amount of the athletic grant-in-aid during the academic year. Reason(s) student wishes to appeal the Department of Athletics and Recreation’s recommendation. Copies of any relevant documents to have the Financial Aid Appeal committee review. Once a written request has been received in the Financial Aid Office, a hearing will be scheduled on the behalf of the student athlete, who will be notified of the date and time. The Director of Athletics and/or coach will also be notified of the decision to appeal and will be offered the opportunity to appear before the committee. The appeals committee is comprised of members of the University community. Per NCAA rules, no committee member is employed in the Department of Athletics and Recreation. Both the student athlete and the Department of Athletics and Recreation will have a separate opportunity to present respective opinions regarding the cancellation of your award. Within 10 business days, the financial aid appeals committee will issue their decision in writing and inform you and the Department of Athletics and Recreation. The appeals committee’s decision is final. Agreement I understand and agree that I am required to know, understand and follow the standards contained in the Quinnipiac University Department of Athletics Public Media and Social Network Policy for Student-Athletes. In addition, I understand and agree that I am responsible for knowing, understanding, and following the rules, policies, and procedures contained in the complete Quinnipiac University Student Code of Conduct, which can be found at http://www.quinnipiac.edu/x2168.xml.

_______________________________________________________________________________________ Signature of Student Athlete Printed Name _______________________________________________________________________________ Sport Date

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Coaches – Student-Athlete Study Hall “Power Hours” Cumulative GPA 2.0 and below 2.01 – 2.2 2.21 – 2.5 2.51 – 3.0 New freshmen and transfers

Required hours/week 8 (including 1 Higher Learning hour/week) 8 (including 2 Higher Learning hours/month) 6 4 6 ( Freshmen - no power hours in library)

ALL REQUIRED POWER HOURS MUST BE DONE ON THE MAIN CAMPUS- You cannot accumulate Power Hours on the YORK HILL CAMPUS HOURS 10:00 am-11:00 pm (hours cannot be accumulated before or after the posted times) Power hours start Tuesday after Labor Day Student athletes that are Seniors are not required to do Power Hours unless mandated by their coach. Power hours run weekly from Sunday- Friday You are welcome to stay longer but you must sign out by 11:00 or you will not get hours for the night. • 5 hour limit for studying • You must do at least one complete power hour at a time • If you do not sign/swipe in or out – The hours do not count! No exceptions! • Anyone caught on IM during power hours will lose one power hour-no exceptions! • The number of power hours that you do are related to you cumulative GPA at the end of each semester. • You must personally sign in /out – no one else can do it for you. Students will receive DOUBLE credit for meeting with Learning Center tutors and attending Learning Center workshops. Students must identify themselves as student-athletes to receive credit. Power hours shall be earned in one hour increments; no more than 3 hours/session. Seniors must attend Fall Semester but may be removed during Spring at Coach’s request. Students with a cumulative 2.2 and below GPA will be required to be part of the Higher Learning Program. Students with a 2.0 and below will spend one hour per week with an academic support staff member learning appropriate skills and strategies for success. Students between a 2.01 and 2.2 will spend two hours per month (every other week) with an academic support staff member. A missed Higher Learning session cannot be substituted with a regular power hour and will result in a warning. Freshmen student-athletes are not allowed to do Power Hours in the library. All hours must be completed in the Athletic Center or with a tutor. The study hall week runs from Friday - Thursday. Friday hours count towards the following week’s requirement. Reports will be distributed to coaches on Friday for the previous week’s attendance. Students that are not productively studying (sleeping, being disruptive….) will be asked to leave and will not receive a Power Hour. Students that are caught cheating the system will lose library privileges and will be required to do all hours in the athletic center. Students that do not sign out will not receive credit. Page 28


Departmental Penalties 1st Offense – Warning letter emailed to student and coach. 2nd Offense – Coach sets forth disciplinary action. 3rd and subsequent Offenses – Automatic one game suspension (next scheduled competition). Penalties are cumulative for each semester. Power Hour Schedule for Freshmen Athletic Center: Monday-Thursday 10:00 am – 11:00 pm Friday: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm Athletic Center: Sunday 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm Schedule for all non-freshmen Athletic Center: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm Library: Sunday-Thursday 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm Library Check-In Procedure: The Academic Monitor will be located on the first floor and will have a fluorescent “POWER HOURS” sign. Library Personnel have no affiliation with Power Hours.

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Coaches – Student-Athlete Affairs (SAA) and “Positive Play Cup”

The Quinnipiac University Positive Play Cup was designed to enhance the development of the university’s student-athletes through competition. Positive Play Cup, a competitive game played by all varsity sport programs at Quinnipiac University, provides a means by which student-athletes can compete on behalf of their teams for points in different categories that encompass the mission of the NCAA SAA Program. The point categories focus on developing the individual, being an active role model, acting as a team, supporting other athletes, and overall academic achievement. Participation in the competition will reinforce an appreciation of the values and lessons that athletics can provide. Participants will realize the impact that they can have on their school and their community

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Athletic Budget and Financial Policies and Procedures PURCHASES All item(s) purchased through budget accounts (by credit card or university check) using funds administered by the department of athletics and recreation must be reviewed and approved through the Senior Associate Director of Athletics and the Coordinator of Athletic Financial Services. All personnel are required to submit a budget break down (by line item) at beginning of each year to show how they will designate their funds to following areas: Team Travel, Recruiting, Officials, and Equipment. Detail is required for all. For items that require a check to be cut (for persons or places that do not accept the VISA card, cash advances), A requisition form must be filled out. Please ALLOW 12 WORKING DAYS for the request to be processed. EXPENSE / REIMBURSEMENT REPORTS All cash advances, travel and expense / reimbursement reports must be reconciled with ALL THE ORGINAL RECEIPTS and documentation within 30 days of travel or the expense date. When requesting reimbursement for mileage, please include copies of MapQuest or other search engine to show mileage. You will be reimbursed $0.50/mile These expense / reimbursement reports must be reviewed and approved by the Senior Associate Director of Athletics and the Coordinator of Athletic Financial Services and, when required, the compliance officer. VISA CARD PROCUREMENT CARD PROGRAM Everyone who is approved by the procurement department to obtain a university issued VISA card will adhere to all contract regulations and rules. You will be required to sign a contract. If you come in violation with any of the contract regulations, your VISA will be closed. GAME CONTRACTS and GUARANTEES All game contracts must be approved by Senior Associate Director of Athletics. All contracts that require a guarantee paid must also be approved by the Coordinator of Athletic Financial Services. Any guarantees received should be submitted to the Coordinator of Athletic Financial Services to deposit into appropriate revenue account. REVENUE All revenue should be submitted to the Coordinator of Athletic Financial Services to deposit into appropriate revenue account. Coaches – Travel (Bus-Plane-Hotel-Meals) Responsibilities Coaches are responsible for their teams travel. This means that the coaching staff (not clerical/administrative staffs) are responsible for bus (departure & return), hotels (reservations & rooming list) and other important components of team travel. The use of vans for team travel for games is prohibited per department policy. A team itinerary form must be completed prior to every game/contest played off campus. Lodging for teams should be planned to have no more than one student-athlete per bed. Coaches – NCAA Statement on Gambling Policy Staff members and student-athletes shall not provide information, solicit or accept a bet, or participate in ANY gambling activity whether it is intercollegiate or professional competition in sports sponsored by the NCAA. Internet gambling and gambling through bookmakers or any other method employed by organized gambling is PROHIBITED. Office or dorm betting on events such as the Super Bowl and World Series are PROHIBITED. A student-athlete participating in prohibited gambling activities is committing an NCAA violation and will lose their athletic eligibility. Page 31


Coaches - Recruiting Coaches are responsible to know all NCAA policies as they relate to on and off-campus recruiting, initial eligibility of all recruits (high school, junior college, transfers & others), recruiting periods, number of contacts and more. Telephone Calls: Generally only one call per week. Check Bylaw 13 for sports specific. E-Mails: Unlimited. Text/Instant Messaging: Permissible after prospect has signed a Letter of Intent. Twittering: While it is permissible for an institutional staff member to publicly microblog (e.g., twitter “tweets”) about generic information, institutions are reminded they are not permitted to publicize the recruitment of a particular prospective student-athlete in a manner inconsistent with the legislation. Facebook: It is permissible for an athletics department staff member to send electronically transmitted correspondence to a prospective student-athlete using a social networking Website’s (e.g., Facebook) e-mail feature. All other electronically transmitted correspondence including, but not limited to, text messaging, instant messenger, chat rooms, or message boards (e.g., a user’s wall) within a social networking website or through other services or applications remain impermissible. Coaches - Admissions Prior to an official visit by a prospect, coaches must verify with the Compliance Office that the prospect has on file with the NCAA Eligibility Center all required documents (NCAA Bylaw 13.7.1.2.3.1). Any prospect that has been accepted will NOT be eligible for housing, financial aid, etc., unless that prospect has paid in full the proper admissions and housing deposits. A fee waiver application is available. Coaches - Financial Aid/Scholarships All initial and continuing scholarship grants are issued by the Director of Financial Aid. The Director of Athletics and the Associate Athletic Director will send to the Financial Aid office the names of those that we wish to receive financial aid. Please note that NO student-athlete will receive any athletic aid unless they are in good academic standing with Quinnipiac University. All scholarship commitments are to be approved by the Director of Athletics (in writing) Coaches - Guidelines on Awarding of Athletic Aid/Scholarships All awards must be issued prior to the first day of classes. Renewal of all awards must be issued prior to July 1 each academic year (NCAA requirement) Upgrading scholarships during an academic year is not permissible. Coaches must complete a Scholarship Request Form for each athlete and then submit it/them to the Associate Athletic Director.

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Coaches - Guidelines on Awarding of Summer Aid Currently on Men’s and Women’s Basketball and Ice Hockey have approved funds for summer school and intercession classes. Coaches - National Letter of Intent (NLI) Guidelines Any coach that plans to issue the National Letter of Intent (NLI), must be recommending an athletic grant-in-aid and the prospect must have an admission application on file. No NLI will be processed and signed until a complete admissions application is included with the request to process the NLI and scholarship award letter. Coaches are expected to meet with the Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance to assist with the preparation of the NLI package. Coaches - Guidelines for Non-Renewal of Athletic Aid If a student-athlete leaves the team, a written correspondence from the student-athlete must be on file. If the non-renewal is due to a violation of team policies, the head coach must notify the studentathlete that he/she is on probation prior (months) to being told that his/her aid will not be renewed. If aid is not to be renewed, a letter must be sent from the Director of Financial Aid to the studentathlete by July 1. Any athlete whose aid is not renewed is allowed an appeal. This appeal is made to the Director of Financial Aid and a hearing must be held before this aid can be awarded to another student-athlete. All financial aid inquires should be processed through the Associate Director of Athletics. Please do not initiate any contact with any financial aid staff member in their office or at their home. Coaches - Game Scheduling/Traditional Season All scheduling begins with the Senior Associate Athletic Director. Conference matches have priority. Please be aware of all NEC scheduling (RPI) policies. Also all non-conference contests must be pre-approved by the Senior Associate Athletic Director. Coaches must be aware that most of our sports have post-season opportunities via "automatic" and "play-in" qualifiers. Additional nonconference games must meet conference requirements and be approved by the Senior Associate Athletic Director.

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Conference Affiliations MEN’S SPORTS Baseball Basketball Cross Country Ice Hockey Lacrosse Soccer Tennis WOMEN’S SPORTS Basketball Cross Country Field Hockey Golf Ice Hockey Lacrosse Rugby Soccer Softball Tennis Track (Indoor & Outdoor) Acrobatics & Tumbling Volleyball Northeast Conference

HEAD COACH Dan Gooley Tom Moore Carolyn Martin Rand Pecknold Eric Fekete Eric Da Costa Mike Quitko HEAD COACH Tricia Fabbri Carolyn Martin Becca Main John O’Connor Rick Seeley Danie Caro Becky Carlson Dave Clarke Germaine Fairchild Mike Quitko Carolyn Martin Mary Ann Powers Kris Czaplinski ECAC Hockey

Conference Northeast Northeast Northeast ECAC Hockey Northeast Northeast Northeast Conference Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast ECAC Hockey Northeast USA Rugby Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast NCATA Northeast National Collegiate Acrobatics & Tumbling

Central Connecticut Fairleigh Dickinson Long Island University Monmouth Mount St. Mary's QUINNIPIAC Robert Morris Sacred Heart St. Francis (NY) St. Francis (PA) Wagner Bryant (eff. 2013)

Brown Clarkson Colgate Cornell Dartmouth Harvard Princeton QUINNIPIAC RPI St. Lawrence Union Yale

Azusa Pacific Baylor Fairmont State Oregon QUINNIPIAC

Northeast Conference ECAC Hockey NCATA

COMMISSIONERS Noreen Morris Steve Hagwell Jackson Stava

Tri-State Rugby Conference Albany QUINNIPIAC Binghamton Rutgers Hofstra Stony Brook Marist Vassar New Paltz (732) 469-0440 (774) 238-6365

All calls to the NCAA and to Commissioners must be pre-approved by the Athletic Director. All head coaches must attend/participate in all conference coaches meetings and conference calls in your sport. If you are unable to participate in these activities, it is your responsibility to find a designee (i.e., an athletic administrator) one week prior to the call or conference.

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NEC, ECAC & NCATA Championship Dates and Sites

Championship

Dates

Site

M & W Cross Country

Oct. 27

Smithfield, RI (Bryant)

Field Hockey

Nov. 2-3

High Seed

Women's Soccer

Nov. 2 & 4

High Seed

Men's Soccer

Nov. 9 & 11

High Seed

Women’s Volleyball

Nov. 17-18

High Seed

W Indoor Track

Feb. 9-10

P.G. County Sports Complex – (Landover, MD)

Men's Basketball

Mar. 6, 9, & 12

High Seeds

Men’s Ice Hockey

st

Highest Seed

Women's Basketball

1 Round – Q-Finals – Semi-Finals – Q-Finals - Mar. 1-3 Semi/Finals – Mar. 8 & 9 Mar. 10, 13, & 17

Acrobatics & Tumbling

Apr. 25

TD Bank Sports Center (Quinnipiac)

M & W Tennis

Apr. 19-21

Mercer County Tennis Center (West Windsor, NJ)

Women's Lacrosse

Apr. 26 & 28

High Seed

Women’s Golf

Apr. 26-28

LPGA International (Daytona Beach, FL)

Men’s Lacrosse

May 3 & 5

High Seed

W Outdoor Track

May 4-5

West Long Branch, NJ (Monmouth)

Softball

May 9-11

High Seed

Baseball

May 23-26

TBD

Women’s Rugby

Nov. 11 & 18

Women’s Ice Hockey

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High Seeds


Coaches – In Season Travel & Overnight Teams are reminded that they can only leave campus the day before the contest when approved by the Senior Associate Athletic Director and Associate Athletic Director for Academics. Coaches – Missed Class Time – Home Contests All student-athletes are excused from classes for home contest provided that they properly inform their professors during the first week of the semester. This excused absence is from 90 minutes prior to the contest, the duration of the contest and 90 minutes after the contest. Coaches – Missed Class Time Departure for Away Contests NEC TEAMS School

Mile s

Ho urs  p rio r  to  g ame Monda y Tue sda y

We dne sda y Thursda y

Frida y

Sa turda y

Sunda y

C entral  C o nnec tic ut  U nivers ity

2 5 4  hrs

4 hrs

4  hrs

4  hrs

4  hrs

4  hrs

4  hrs

S ac red  Heart  U nivers ity

3 5 4  hrs

4 hrs

4 hrs

4 hrs

4  hrs

4  hrs

4  hrs

F arleig h  D ic kins o n  U nivers ity

82

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

L o ng  Is land  U nivers ity

94

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

S t.  F ranc is  C o lleg e  ( N Y )

94

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

W ag ner  C o lleg e

10 6

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

B ryant  C o lleg e

12 0

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

M o nmo uth  U nivers ity

14 3

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

M t.  S t.  M ary's  U nivers ity

3 17 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

S t.  F ranc is  U nivers ity  ( P A )

380

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

R o b ert  M o rris  U nivers ity

4 70

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

O the r non-le a gue te a m Y ale

10

4  hrs

4  hrs

4  hrs

4  hrs

4  hrs

4  hrs

4  hrs

UC ONN

55 4  hrs

4  hrs

4  hrs

4  hrs

4  hrs

4  hrs

4  hrs

C o lumb ia

82

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

Ho ly  C ro s s

89

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

U nivers ity  o f  R ho d e  Is land

92

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

S to ny  B ro o k

12 0

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

B o s to n  C o lleg e

13 0

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

B o s to n  U nivers ity

13 0

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

D artmo uth

18 0

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

B uc knell

263

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

C o rnell  U nivers ity

264

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

C o lg ate  U nivers ity

266

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

N iag ara

443

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

4  hrs

4  hrs

4  hrs

4  hrs

4  hrs

4  hrs

4  hrs

115 8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

ECAC Te a ms Y ale B ro wn  U nivers ity

10

Harvard

12 6

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

P rinc eto n

13 8

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

R PI

14 7 8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

U nio n

156

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

D artmo uth

18 0

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

8  hrs

C o rnell

264

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

C o lg ate

266

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

C larks o n  

3 55 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

S t  L awrenc e

3 59

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M ** 3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

3 P M -­‐ 6 P M **

**   U P O N   C O M P L E T I O N   O F   C L A S S E S   D A Y   P R I O R   T O   M A T C H

Coaches – Spring Break on Campus Page 36


All teams wishing to travel or remain on campus during spring break, must get approval from the Senior Associate Athletic Director prior to making any arrangements. Coaches - Spring Trip Travel The only teams that have been approved for Spring Trips are Baseball and Softball. These teams are not allowed to leave campus before the Thursday at noon prior to the Spring break. Coaches - Game Scheduling/Non-Traditional Season Non-Traditional games must be submitted to the Senior Associate Athletic Director at least four months prior to the non-traditional season. The number of non-traditional games allowed is listed above. For Non-traditional games played at home coaches are asked to have scoreboards on. It is unfair to spectators, parents and your sport to have games played and not have at least a score and time/inning on the scoreboards. Coaches - Field & Facility Scheduling All requests for scheduling of Games, Practices, Camps, Traditional & Non-Traditional Seasons must be made through the Senior Associate Athletic Director.

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Coaches – Athletics Website It is important that all staff particularly those who coach, a team or supervise a department that the information on our site is up-to-date, accurate and correct. All Coaches and Program Directors are expected to check their schedules, rosters and bio pages regularly and report if there are any corrections, deletions, or additions to Sports Information.

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Official Athletic Marks & Logos All stationery, greeting cards, brochures, and business cards must be designed and printed by the Quinnipiac Office of Public Affairs. On these items will be used the athletics “Primary Logo�. No clothing can be purchased with out prior approval of the Budget Impact, the graphics and an approved Licensing Resource Group (LRG) vendor. All Requests for Logos, Marks and Color Separation sent to the Director of Publications and Design and the Director of Athletics.

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Conference Logos & Placement on Game Uniforms

When game uniforms are purchased or replaced, conference logos must be also placed on the game uniforms. SPORT Acrobatics & Tumbling Baseball Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball Cross Country /Track Women’s Field Hockey Women’s Golf Men’s Ice Hockey Women’s Ice Hockey Men’s Lacrosse Women’s Lacrosse Women’s Rugby Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Women’s Softball Women’s Volleyball

1st OPTION Left jersey sleeve Left leg of short Left leg of short

2nd OPTION Coach Disgression Right sleeve Right leg of short Right leg of short

Left jersey sleeve

Right sleeve Coach Disgression

Left Chest Left Chest Left Chest Left jersey sleeve

Right Chest Right Chest Right sleeve Coach Disgression Right sleeve Right sleeve Right sleeve Right sleeve

Left jersey sleeve Left jersey sleeve Left jersey sleeve Left jersey sleeve Page 41

3rd OPTION(sleeveless) Left chest

Left chest

Left chest Left chest Left chest Left chest Left chest


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Strength & Conditioning

Strength and Conditioning Mission Statement: The mission of the Quinnipiac Strength and Conditioning Department is to reduce the chance of injury, optimize each student-athlete’s physical potential, while fostering an educational atmosphere. Comprehensive strength and conditioning programs are designed and implemented by the Strength and Conditioning staff in a safe, driven, positive and disciplined environment. What is the Role of the Strength and Conditioning Staff? The Strength and Conditioning program is an integral part of a student-athlete’s collegiate experience. Not only is the staff responsible for physical training, but also to teach the student-athlete about developing a strong work ethic through physical and mental training. Training programs focus on the relevant parameters of performance for each sport. Most programs address flexibility, strength, movement skills, body composition and sport-specific conditioning. Regular individual and team performance assessments are conducted during the year to monitor progress. The Strength and Conditioning staff works closely with the Sports Medicine staff. When injuries occur, the two programs work closely to provide the best rehabilitation program possible. **The Director of Sports Medicine must clear all injured athletes before they are permitted to return to full participation. Strength and Conditioning Policies and Procedures **Sport coaches must demonstrate a commitment to the strength and conditioning programs policies. This will allow us to accommodate the needs of all committed teams more effectively Coaches must hold their student-athletes accountable for attendance. Absolutely no excuses (school work, friends in town, concert, etc.). Workout attendance must be given the same priority as practice attendance. Student-athletes must work out on their assigned days at their assigned times (unless prior arrangements have been made with the Strength and Conditioning staff). The strength and conditioning staff will work in conjunction with the Head Coach to decide to upon the training plan that will be implemented. The strength and conditioning staff will work in conjunction with the Head Coach to determine the training schedule and to schedule training times for facilities. The Head Coach must communicate with the strength and conditioning staff of any changes to schedules. If a team is unable to keep its commitment, the team will lose its strength and conditioning privileges. Strength and Conditioning Team Rules Student-athletes must be on time for team workouts Student-athletes are required to fill out attendance book and workout sheets Page 43


No non-prescribed workouts will be permitted unless decided upon by the strength and conditioning coach. You cannot do your own workout. Food and drink are not permitted; Except water in a plastic bottle No Gum allowed Quinnipiac issued athletic wear is required. Shorts, t-shirts (no cut-offs) and athletic shoes are mandatory. No Jewelry or headgear is permitted. Collars must be used when there is weight on the bar. Safety racks must be in place during squat movements. All weights must be racked after use; Equipment must be returned when finished. No dropping of weight plates or dumbbells. No sitting No horseplay A strength and conditioning coach must be present for any and all workouts in the strength and conditioning facility Respect the coach and facilities Work Hard! **In the event of a disciplinary problem, the Strength and Conditioning staff has the authority to eject an athlete from the facilities. Work Environment Student-athletes who use the varsity weight room must use their time productively. Workout sessions provide an opportunity to improve and should be taken seriously. It is important to arrive on time and train with a positive attitude. At the same time, it is hoped that all student-athletes will feel comfortable in the training environment provided and that workouts will be enjoyable. Safety Safety in the weight room requires that student-athletes follow the rules that have been established. Additionally, student-athletes must always be aware of people around them when performing any exercise. The weight room is a place where athletes have the opportunity to become stronger and more injury resistant. Injuries should not occur here! If an injury should occur during weight training, the Strength and Conditioning staff must be notified. An Athletic Trainer will then be called to evaluate the injury and provide the appropriate treatment. Equipment Room The Assistant Athletic Director for Equipment Services and all head coaches are responsible for the purchase (w/approval), inventory, distribution, collection, and maintenance of all uniforms and equipment. Coaches that have cages on the Mt. Carmel Campus are responsible for their assigned storage area. The main Equipment Room is located in the TD Bank Sports Center on the York Hill Campus. Home & Visiting Locker Rooms All lockers and locks are issued and recorded by the Associate Director of Operations. Teams that need locker rooms for visitors and officials must notify the Associate Director of Operations.

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Work-Study Program All work study requests should be given to Associate Director of Operations. Supervisors (Staff & Coaches) are responsible to ensure that each student works and is paid for the exact number of hours assigned. Coaches may work with Assistant Director of Equipment to hire work-study student managers. Most students are awarded money at an approved hourly rate. Work-study employees are not allowed to work over 20 hours a week. No student athletes can be managers. Managers Coaches may allocate funds from their scholarship budgets for team managers. Allocations of scholarship funds for managers are as follows: Years 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th Year

Scholarship $0.00 $1,000 $2,000 $3,000 $5,000

Coaches must submit a scholarship request. Managers who receive scholarship aid, may not also receive work-study funds for the same job. All requests must be complete and approved prior to the first game.

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2013 Summer Camps (tentative)

SPORT

CAMP

TIME(s)

DIRECTOR (Click to Email)  

PHONE

June 24-28, 2013 June 24-28, 2013 June 27, 2013 July 1-5, 2013 July 9,11,16,18,23,25 2013 July 8-12, 2013 July 15 -19, 2013 July 15 -19, 2013 July 15-19, 2013 July 18, 2013 July 22-26, 2013 July 22-26, 2013 July 29 - August 2, 2013 July 29, 2013 July 29 - August 2, 2013 July 30 - August 1, 2013 August 1, 2013 August 5-9, 2013 August 8-12, 2013

Basketball I Boys' Baseball Girl's Lacrosse Clinic Basketball II Boy's Lacrosse Summer Series Clinic All Sports & Academic Camp All Sports & Academic Camp ll Girls Lacrosse Youth Skills Camp Girl's Ice Hockey Camp* Girl's Lacrosse Clinic Girl's Basketball I Boy's & Girl's Ice Hockey Goalie Camp* Girl's Basketball II Boy's Soccer Clinic Boy's & Girl's Ice Hockey I* Girl's Field Hockey Camp Girl's Lacrosse Clinic Boy's & Girl's Ice Hockey II* Girl's Soccer Clinic

9am - 4pm 9am - 4pm 3:30pm - 7pm 9am - 4pm 5:30pm - 8pm 9am - 4pm 9am - 4pm 9am -12pm 9am - 4pm 3:30pm - 7pm 9am - 4pm 9am-4pm 9am - 4pm 3:30pm - 7pm 9am - 4pm 9am - 4pm 3:30pm - 7pm 9am-4pm 4pm-6pm

Tom  Moore Dan  Gooley Danie  Caro  (Register  On-­‐Line) Tom  Moore Eric  Fekete   Bill  Mecca  &  Ed  O'Connor Bill  Mecca  &  Ed  O'Connor Danie  Caro  (Register  On-­‐Line) Rick  Seeley Danie  Caro  (Register  On-­‐Line) Tricia  Fabbri Rand  Pecknold Tricia  Fabbri Eric Da Costa Rand  Pecknold Becca Main Danie  Caro  (Register  On-­‐Line) Rand  Pecknold Dave  Clarke

(203) 582-8577 (203) 582-8966 (203) 582-5323 (203) 582-8577 (203) 582-5318 (203) 582-8624 (203) 582-8624 (203) 582-5323 (203) 582-3294 (203) 582-5323 (203) 582-3992 (203) 582-5321 (203) 582-3992 (203) 582-5324 (203) 582-5321 (203) 582-5319 (203) 582-5323 (203) 582-5321 (203) 582-5315

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

Dates: Must be approved by the Senior Associate Athletic Director. Cancellation Fee: In the event that a camp is cancelled after June 1st, there is $250 Cancellation Fee Vacation: Full-time staff hosting summer camps must take vacation time while hosting camps Fees: Each camp will be charged $5 per camper per day for camps and clinics. Insurance: Insurance must be acquired through the college insurance carrier. License: Each Camp Director will be required to obtain a Camp License through the State of Connecticut Department of Public Health. Approximate cost is $325. NCAA Camp Regulations: All Camps must be compliant with NCAA Policies and approved by the Compliance Office. Brochure: the Assistant Athletic Director/Compliance must approve all brochures. T-Shirts: the Director of Athletics & Recreation must approve T-Shirt logo and design. Staff: All staff is the responsibility of the Camp Director Concessions: Camp Directors may sell concessions to campers. The selling of food at camps is subject to strict State Guidelines. Medical Coverage: Appropriate Medical Coverage (per CT state regulations) is required for all camps and clinics. Advertising/Marketing: Camp Director responsible for all off-campus advertising (newspapers etc.) Payroll: Payroll requisitions for camp staff must be complete, signed by appropriate staff and given to the Coordinator for Financial Services. All camp staff is expected to complete all appropriate payroll forms (i.e. W-9). Camp staff payroll checks will not be available at the end of the camp.

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Offices, Locker Room and Storage Room # AC106 AC121 AC124 AC122 AC131 AC131 AC133 AC134 AC135 AC136 AC140 AC141 AC142 AC143 AC144 AC200 AC201 AC202 AC203 AC204 AC205 AC207 A AC207 B AC213 AC216 AC217 AC218 AC219 AC220 AC221 AC222 AC226 AC229 AC233 AC235 AC236 AC237 AC238 AC239 AC240 AC241 AC242 AC243 AC244 AC245

QU Staff (Current) Andrew Castagnola Intramural Office Physical Education Mike Medina Scott Walker Fitness Center Treatment Room Jenifer Mead/ Adam Pallone Cate Ellis/ Lindsay Boots Ernie Hallbach Computer Lab Rehabilitation Medical Room Equipment Room Classroom/Lab Connie Mancini Billy Mecca Tracey Flynn Jack McDonald Lyneene Richardson Robert Tipson Studio Studio Becky Carlson Conference Room Asst. Director of International Education Kristopher Czaplinski

AC100 AC105 AC108 AC109 AC110 AC111 AC112 AC113 AC114 AC114 AC123 AC209 AC210 AC211 AC212 AC212-A

Women's Soccer (Fall)/ Softball (Spring) Women's Volleyball Men's Coaches Locker Men's Public Locker Men's Public Locker Men's Soccer Men's Public Locker Men's Lacrosse Team Baseball Team Men's Locker Room Women's Rugby Women's Coaches Locker Room Women's Public Locker Room Softball (Fall)/ W Soccer (Spring) Women's Lacrosse Women's Field Hockey

AAB 110 AAB 115 AAH 110 AAH 120

Men's Basketball Womens Basketball Men's Ice Hockey Women's Ice Hockey

AC125 AC125-1 AC125-2 AC125-3 AC125-4 AC125-5 AC125-6 AC125-7

Laundry Room Storage Cage 1 Storage Cage 2 Storage Cage 3 Storage Cage 4 Storage Cage 5 Storage Cage 6 Storage Cage 7

Vincent Contrucci John O'Connor Career Services Linda Wooster-Physical Education Ken Sweeten/ Anthony Distasio Athletics Conference Room Joanne Vignola Danie Caro Mike Quitko Becca Kohli Dan Gooley Germaine Fairchild Eric Fekete Eric Da Costa Mary Ann Powers Carolyn Martin Dave Clarke

Athletics & Recreation Center Title Associate Athletic Director for Operations Intramural Linda Wooster Associate Athletic Director - Intramurals Fitness Coordinator Athletic Training Room Associate/ Assistant Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Associate Athletic Director -Athletic Training Athletic Training Room Athletic Training Room Athletic Training Room Athletic Training Room Athletic Training Room Athletic Secretary Senior Associate Athletic Director Associate Athletic Director/SWA Director of Athletics & Recreation Associate A.D./Academic Support Assistant Athletic Director / Compliance

Head Women's Rugby Coach Conference Room Ast. Director of International Education Head Women's Volleyball Coach Multicultural Affairs Community Services Head Women's Golf Coach Career Services Physical Education Sports Information Athletic Secretary Head Women's Lacrosse Coach Head Men's & Women's Tennis Coach Head Women's Field Hockey Coach Head Baseball Coach Head Women's Softball Coach Head Men's Lacrosse Coach Head Men's Soccer Coach Head Acrobatics & Tumbling Coach Men's and Women's Cross Country Coach/ Wonen's Indoor and Outdoor Track Head Women's Soccer Coach Athletics & Recreation Center Locker Room

TD Bank Sports Center Locker Room

Athletics & Recreation Center Equipment Storage Laundry Soap Laundry Storage Women's Golf Acrobatics and Tumbling Coolers/ Laundry Storage Indoor Equipment Outdoor Equipment Page 47


AC126 AC126-1 AC126-2 AC126-3 AC126-4 AC126-5 AC126-6 AC126-7 AC126-8 AC126-9 AC126-10 AC126-11

Team Storage-Equipment Field Hockey Lyneene Richardson Volleyball Tracey Flynn Athletic Storage Men's Soccer Training Equipment Women's Lacrosse Men's Lacrosse Track/ CC Women's Soccer

AC149A AC149A-1 AC149A-2 AC149B AC149B-1 AC149B-2

Rec Center North Tennis Softball Rec Center North Baseball NCAA Compliance Office Paperwork

AC146 AC146-1 AC146-2 AC146-3 AC146-4 AC146-5 AC146-6

Rec Center South Recreation/ Intramurals Intramurals PE PE Rugby Physical Education (Ed O’Connor)

Room # AAB 210 AAB 211 AAB 212 AAB 213 AAB 214 AAB 214-1 AAB 215 AAB 215-1 AAB 216 AAB 217 AAB 218 AAH 210 AAH 211 AAH 212 AAH 213 AAH 214 AAH 215 AAH 216 AAH 107 AAL 115 AAL 125 AAL 125C AAL 125D AAL 125E AAL 125F AAL 125B AAL 140B AAL 125G AAL 125H AAL 137 AAL 200 AAL 200 AAL 200 AAL 201 AAL 210 AAL 211 AAL 213

QU Staff Lori Landino Mountain MacGillivray Tricia Fabbri Tom Moore Marie Warner

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Sean Doherty Jon Iati Eric Eaton Danielle Wexler Scott Burrell Lorraine Onofrio Cassie Turner Rick Seeley Rand Pecknold Paul Nemetz-Carlson Bill Riga Reid Cashman Ken Sweeten/ Anthony Distasio James Schilkowski Athletic Training Room Cemi Abreu Becky Mella Brian Fairbrother GA for athletic training work station Doctor's Office Brijesh Patel Storage Closet Hydro Therapy Alyssa Budkofsky Ticketing Office David Caprio Matt Calcagni Open Beth Griswold Jack McDonald Eric Gurgrich

TD Bank Sports Center Title Basketball Secretary Assistant Women's Basketball Coach Head Women's Basketball Coach Head Men's Basketball Coach Assistant Women's Basketball Coach Director of Women's Basketball Operations Assistant Men's Basketball Coach Director of Men's Basketball Operations Assistant Men's Basketball Coach Assistant Women's Basketball Coach Assistant Men's Basketball Coach Hockey Secretary Assistant Women's Ice Hockey Coach Head Women's Ice Hockey Coach Head Men's Ice Hockey Coach Assistant Women's Ice Hockey Coach Assistant Men's Ice Hockey Coach Assistant Men's Ice Hockey Coach Sports Information Assistant Athletic Director for Equipment Assistant Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Athletic Training Head Strength And Conditioning Coach

Assistat Athletic Director - Men's Basketball Academic Support Group Ticket Sales and Promotions Manager Athletic Promotions and Ticketing Director of Athletic Promotions and Ticketing Director of Athletics & Recreation Executive Director of TD Bank Sports Center Rocky Top Student Center Associate Athletic Director

All Head Coaches and Program Supervisors are responsible for the storage of their equipment and proper care of their storage area. Students are not to be given access to the storage areas.

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Development & Fund-Raising All fund-raising efforts to benefit Quinnipiac University athletics will be coordinated through the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs. The Vice President for Development and Alumni Affairs will oversee all fund-raising activities, events and projects. Coaches will be encouraged to play an active role in generating outside support for the athletic programs. Approval from the Vice President for Development and Alumni Affairs must be granted before an individual or company can be approached for a contribution to athletics and before any fund-raising materials or requests are mailed. Please contact the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs with any questions or proposals for athletic development initiatives. Awards-Individual Team Dinners Dates, sites and invitations for individual team dinner/awards events must be pre-approved by the Director of Athletics and the Senior Associate Director of Athletics. Printed invitations must be proofed and approved by the Quinnipiac University Office of Public Affairs. No Quinnipiac University operating budgets will be used for individual team awards dinners and events. These events must be self-supporting and marketed as Department of Athletics & Recreation events with all checks made payable to Quinnipiac University. Any awards presented at a team banquet must be the same as what will be given at the Annual Athletic Awards event. This includes: MVP and Scholar-Athlete. Awards - Seniors Seniors will receive one commemorative plaque. This plaque will be presented at the team’s Senior Day ceremonies. The Head Coach must notify all administrators (& parents) of the Senior Day ceremonies. The Head Coach & staff are also responsible for the plaque to be prepared and any other Senior Day items that will be displayed and/or distributed (flowers, balloons etc.). This award should be given to those athletes who have exhausted their eligibility as a studentathlete. Any awards presented at a team banquet must be the same as what will be given at the Annual Athletic Awards event. This includes: MVP and Scholar-Athlete. Awards - Annual Academics & Athletics Recognition Event All Coaches are required to attend the Annual Academics and Athletics Awards Recognition. This event is usually held late in April or early May each year. 2013 Academics and Athletics Awards Recognition Date is Tuesday, April 30, at 5 PM at the TD Bank Sports Center.

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Awards - Senior Male and Female Scholar-Athlete

This award is presented at the Annual Quinnipiac University Senior Awards Ceremony held in April. Nominated by the Head Coach and Voted on by the Athletic Director, Associate and Assistant Directors. This award is presented to a the senior letter-winners who have given extra effort for the athletic department, has shown strength of character and high academic average, and was a valuable member of his/her team. Awards - Scholar-Athletes Each year, at the Academics and Athletics Awards Recognition program these awards are presented to eight student-athletes who, at the end of the academic year, have earned the highest Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) in their class. Two individuals (one male and one female) are selected from the freshman, sophomore, junior and senior classes. GPAs are compiled with the help of student services, coaches and the Registrars Office. Each year, at the Academics and Athletics Awards Recognition program, the University will also recognize all student-athletes who after two semesters have earned a GPA of 3.2 or higher. These scholar-athletes are recognized by college of enrollment as accompanied by their Deans. Page 50


Awards – Team/Program Most Valuable Players

Team MVP’s are selected by each team’s players and/or coaches and are presented at the Academics and Athletic Awards Recognition. There will be no team co-MVPs and no team is allowed to have an MVP at a team dinner and a different MVP at the Academics and Athletic Awards Recognition. Awards – QU Male and Female Athlete of the Year

Criteria for selection of Athlete of the Year is as follows: Quinnipiac University Athletic Statistics for the academic year Weekly and Monthly Honors during the academic year Team Leadership Attributes in Athletics (Captain, NEC/ECAC Representative, NCAA etc.) Conference Recognition Regional Recognition National Recognition Academic Qualifications and Awards Community Service (Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, Volunteer Work, etc.). AOY candidates are those named by their coach as the team MVP AOY is selected by the Director of Athletics, Associate and Assistant Directors. Page 51


Awards - Athlete of the Month Nominated by the Head and/or Assistant Coach at Weekly Staff Meetings. There will be no cowinners. First vote, all staff vote if there is no a clear winner, then just the head coaches vote (one vote per person). Athlete will receive a certificate and a press release will be sent to the media and to the QUSportsNet. Awards - Conference Awards Northeast Conference Fall, Winter, and Spring Academic Honor Roll Student-athletes must have earned a minimum of 60 semester hours, maintained a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.25 and have participated with distinction as a member of a varsity team in a minimum of 75 percent of the institution’s contests. Awards – NEC & ECAC Scholar-Athlete of the Year (for each sport) Quinnipiac University may nominate one student-athlete per team to the conference office who has achieved both in the classroom and outside of the classroom. The NEC & ECAC then selects one Scholar-Athlete of the Year per sport based on submission from each NEC school. Awards – Academic Honor Roll To be eligible, a student-athlete must have a minimum GPA of 3.2, must be in his second year of athletic eligibility not academic eligibility and the GPA must be based on cumulative grades.

Administration - Sports Information The publicity and marketing of our student-athletes begins with each staff member. It is important that all staff respond to the needs and adhere to Public Relations guidelines. 1. Always inform the SID when you or any one on your team or staff are contacted by the media. 2. Please respond to all requests from the SID and his/her staff in a timely manner. 3. All roster changes, must be approved by the Compliance Coordinator prior to being published in any press release, media guide or game program. 4. All staff changes must be approved by the Director of Athletics prior to being published in any press release, media guide or game program. 5. When players, coaches and/or the team are being photographed, it is critical that all are wearing Quinnipiac clothing.. Athletic Training - Emergency Protocol for all Staff Medical Emergencies (unconscious, profuse bleeding etc.): 1. Call 111 on Campus; On Campus phone or cell call 203-582-6200 2. Contact Athletic Trainer(s) (if Student-Athlete/Coach/Staff) 3. Call Director of Athletics and/or Associate Director 4. Contact parent(s) after consultation with Director of Athletics Non-Emergency Situations: Call Student Health Center at x8545

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Emergency Action Plans All Athletics and Recreation staff should be aware of Quinnipiac Emergency Action Plans and also promote these plans to all students, parents and fans. Quinnipiac’s Emergency Preparedness Procedures are posted on the Quinnipiac Web-site.

Athletic Training - Bloodborne Pathogen Training (BPT) Each Head and Assistant Coach must take a BPT training session in addition to either signing a release waiver or to take a series of hepatitis B vaccinations provided by Quinnipiac University. Location of BP Brochures and Pamphlets on Campus Disposal of BP waste for Intramurals Page 53


Athletic Training - Sports Medicine Policies and Procedures The Athletic Training room is open to all student-athletes during the following hours: Monday through Friday: Mornings: by appointment only Afternoons: 12:00 - 6:00 PM 1. No student-athlete may participate in any athletic activity until all of the following have been completed in full: Preseason Physical Examination, Medical History Questionnaire, StudentAthlete Information Sheet and Acceptance of Risk/Liability Waiver. 2. All student-athletes are required to have their own private medical insurance or be covered by the Quinnipiac University student insurance policy 3. The cost of medical care for any injury sustained, by a student-athlete, during an athletic season, is the responsibility of the student-athlete’s personal medical insurance. Quinnipiac University’s athletic insurance policy is only to be used as a secondary policy to help cover costs, which are not picked up, by the athlete’s policy. Quinnipiac University’s athletic secondary insurance policy is in no way meant to serve as primary insurance, nor will it be used in that capacity. Personal family deductibles will not be covered by the secondary insurance policy 4. Treatments are to be performed by Quinnipiac Sports Medicine Staff and assigned personnel ONLY! 5. Student-athletes are not permitted in the Training Room without the presence of a staff athletic trainer. 6. NO cleats are to be worn in the Athletic Training Room. 7. NO food or drink is permitted in the Athletic Training Room. 8. Please keep bags and other equipment outside of the Athletic Training Room. 9. Student-athletes are not to remove anything from the Athletic Training Room, unless instructed to do so by a staff athletics trainer. 10. PLEASE be on time for daily treatments. 11. In-season sports will take precedence over sports that are not in season. HOWEVER, an athlete that reports late for treatment will not be pushed ahead of a student-athlete who has already been waiting. NO EXCEPTIONS! 12. The sports medicine staff will not take responsibility for student-athletes that are late to practices or games. 13. Any student-athlete that does not report for a scheduled treatment session will be reported to their respective coaches. 14. Please wear appropriate attire for treatment and rehabilitation (shorts, tank tops, etc.). 15. Student-athletes will not be seen by the team physician on campus unless instructed to do so by a staff/GA Certified Athletic Trainer. 16. Any student-athlete who reports to the physician without prior knowledge of a staff ATC decreases the efficiency of the medical care 17. NO tape will be given to student-athletes for equipment such as shin guards, sticks, etc. 18. Tape for equipment should be taken from the scrap tape box, located at the entrance of the Athletic Training Room. 19. Please return all wraps, crutches, splints, braces, etc. to the Athletic Training Room when you are finished with them. 20. Notify a staff athletic trainer if any of the equipment issued is lost or damaged so replacements can be made. 21. All student-athletes must abide by NCAA substance regulations. 22. A copy of the NCAA banned substance list is located in the Athletic Training Room and can be viewed by any student-athlete wishing to do so. 23. Disruptive and disrespectful behavior will NOT be tolerated. 24. Any student-athlete that does not abide by the above policies and procedures, will be subject to disciplinary actions as set forth by the student-athlete handbook and or as determined by the athletes coaching staff and athletic training staff. Page 54


Policy on Insurance Coverage for Student-Athletes •

INSURANCE  REQUIREMENTS  FOR  ALL  FULL-­‐TIME  QUINNIPIAC  UNIVERISTY  STUDENTS  

If a student does not have a personal medical insurance policy, the student will have the opportunity to enroll in the United Health Care insurance program at www.gallagherkoster.com/schools/quinnipiac/. The cost of the policy, $1,350, will automatically be added to the student’s Quinnipiac school bill.

The United Health Care Group insurance program meets the requirement for student-athletes who must purchase their own personal medical insurance policy.

A student-athlete’s personal medical insurance policy must be valid prior to the day the student-athlete begins participating in any required athletically-related activities (e.g. practice, strength and conditioning activities, captains’ practices, etc.). The medical insurance policy must cover any claims made while attending school in Connecticut and practicing and competing as a student-athlete.

Student-athletes are required to maintain their personal medical insurance policy throughout the academic year as well as any time a team’s season extends beyond the academic year. A student-athlete is required to immediately inform the Sports Medicine staff of any change in their personal, medical insurance coverage. Failure to do so could result in the student-athlete being financially responsible for costs incurred as a result of an athletically related injury.

A student-athlete’s personal medical insurance policy is required to cover activities and injuries relating to intercollegiate athletics participation. If the personal medical insurance policy does not cover activities and injuries related to intercollegiate athletics participation, the student-athlete is required to obtain another policy that will cover such activities.

Any injury sustained while participating in intercollegiate athletics will first be the responsibility of the studentathlete’s personal medical insurance policy. The university will only cover actual expenses related to the claim and will not reimburse for initial individual plan deductibles.

Quinnipiac University has a medical insurance policy which serves as a secondary medical insurance policy for its’ student-athletes. This insurance policy will help with costs not covered by the student-athlete’s primary medical insurance policy. This secondary insurance is not a substitute for a student-athlete having coverage from primary, personal medical insurance coverage Quinnipiac University’s secondary insurance policy coverage will only be valid to help cover costs due to injuries directly caused by participation in intercollegiate athletics. Sickness and/or injury that occur in the dorm are examples of incidents that would not be covered by the University’s secondary policy.

NCAA rules prohibit colleges and universities from paying any medical costs for an injury or illness not directly caused by participation in intercollegiate athletics. It is for this reason student-athletes are required to have their own personal medical insurance coverage. Quinnipiac University strongly recommends student-athletes contact their current medical insurance carrier to verify that their policy will cover non-emergency athletic injuries and general illness while attending a college in the state of Connecticut.

A student-athlete who seeks consultations outside the Quinnipiac Department of Athletics team physician, without prior communication with the Quinnipiac Athletic Training Department, will do so at their own expense. Quinnipiac will not pay for any subsequent medical visits that are sought by the student-athlete.

A few student-athletes who do not have primary medical insurance coverage may qualify to have the Department of Athletics purchase insurance on their behalf, in accordance with NCAA rules. If you indicated below that you do not have a primary medical insurance policy which would cover you for your participation in intercollegiate athletics while attending school in Connecticut please read the next page of this document

Quinnipiac University REQUIRES all students to have a personal medical insurance policy. All students are required to go login to the website www.gallagherkoster.com/schools/quinnipiac/and complete all information.

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All secondary insurance claims and related paperwork should be directed to Athletic Training; GM-ATH; ATTN: Athletic Training; 275 Mount Carmel Ave; Hamden, CT 06518; or at 203-582-8408.

If a student-athlete meets the following criteria, the Department of Athletics will consider purchasing a medical insurance policy on your behalf. • • • • •

Must be in good standing with his/her team. (Head Coach confirms) Must be awarded athletics scholarship for the current year. (Compliance Office confirms) Must be a Pell Grant recipient (awarded to domestic students only) or is an international student-athlete. (Compliance Office confirms) Must be in good academic standing (Athletic – Academic Support Office confirms)

A student-athlete and his/her parent or legal guardian must know that if the Department of Athletics approves the purchase of a Gallagher/Koster Group insurance policy, this coverage is only for the injures and treatment of the injures sustained while participating in any required athletically-related activities (e.g. practice, strength and conditioning activities, captains’ practices, etc.) while attending Quinnipiac University. Costs associated with a sickness and/or an injury that occurs in the dorm are examples of incidents, if not covered by the purchased Gallagher/Koster Insurance, are the responsibility of the studentathlete and his or her family. I, (print name) ______________________________________, wish to be considered for the purchase of a medical insurance policy on my behalf so that I may participate in intercollegiate athletics. I understand that if the policy is purchased for me, it is intended to only cover the injures and treatment of the injuries sustained while participating in any required athletically related activities (e.g. practice, strength and conditioning activities, captains’ practices) while attending Quinnipiac University. Signature of Student-Athlete _________________________________________ Date ________ Name of Parent or Legal Guardian _____________________________________ Signature of Parent or Legal Guardian ________________________________ Date ________ Student – Athlete please return this document to the Sports Medicine Office for further processing. Head Coach’s Confirmation Signature _________________________________Date ________ Compliance Office Confirmation Signature ______________________________Date ________ Athletic – Academic Support Confirmation Signature _____________________Date ________ Director of Athletics and Recreation  Approves  Denies Purchase ____Date ________

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Student-Athlete - Academic Policies & Support (from Student-Athlete Handbook)

The primary goals of the Academic Support Office are to assist student-athletes in their efforts to complete their degree requirements and develop the skills necessary to be successful in their future endeavors. Programs and services include: Power Hours program: monitored study sessions The Higher Learning Program: one-on-one academic coaching sessions Positive Play course for freshmen Referrals to The Learning Center for tutorial services Academic Enhancement Room The Academic Equipment Loan Program Student-Athlete - Class Absence Policy Class attendance is a student-athlete’s first priority. Quinnipiac University adheres to the NCAA rules that prohibit student-athletes from missing class due to conflicts with a team’s practice. NCAA rules do permit student-athletes to miss class to participate in a home or away contest. During the season of competition, it is likely that class absences will occur. Every attempt is made to keep missed classes to a minimum. Nevertheless, it is Quinnipiac academic policy that should a class or test be missed for in-season athletic competition, the student be given the chance to make up the work provided he/she notifies the professor in advance and makes appropriate arrangements. It is the student-athlete’s responsibility to communicate with their professors PRIOR to a class being missed. Student-athletes are expected to personally deliver the missed class form letter signed by Associate Athletic Director for Academics and the Faculty Representative to each professor at the beginning of the semester. The student-athlete’s head coach will provide their team members with the letter detailing departure times of travel dates associated with away games and any home competition conflicts. Arrangements for make-up exams and quizzes MUST be handled before traveling to an athletic event, not after returning from the trip. In the event that an affiliated Conference or NCAA Championship occurs during final exam time, the student-athlete is required to contact the appropriate faculty member at least two weeks before the scheduled examination or when the conflict is recognized. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss rescheduling the exam. It is the student-athlete’s responsibility to ensure that he/she does not schedule a class that will regularly conflict with practice times or frequent travel days. It is important for each student-athlete to meet with his or her instructors as early in the semester as possible in order to assess whether your missed class time will be a problem. If a problem does arise with any of these situations, contact the NCAA Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR) at 203-582-8324. Student-athletes may jeopardize their participation in the Quinnipiac University athletic program by failing to comply with the above procedures.

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Student-Athlete - Book Scholarship Policy All student-athletes that are receiving book awards must first meet with The Associate Athletic Director for Academic Support, to receive a Permission for Book Purchase Form (this form will be available the first day of classes). 1. The form signed by the Associate Athletic Director, with current class schedule attached, will then go to the bookstore. Only required books may be purchased with this form. Purchase of optional study guides is the responsibility of the student-athlete. 2. Books may be purchased during the first 2 weeks of class. Books must be returned to the Associate Athletic Director for Academics by the last day of finals. Student-athletes that fail to return their textbooks at the end of each semester forfeit their opportunity to receive a book award for the following semester. Student-Athlete - Community Relations Quinnipiac’s "Positive Play" program includes an enthusiastic commitment to community relations. You and your team will be asked to be part of special community events including the Freshman Move-In Day, Reading to Children, as well as many team and individual programs for the youth, senior citizens, sick and others in our community. Student-Athlete - Advisory Committee (SAAC) During the 2012-2013 year, two representatives from each team will be nominated to be a part of SAAC which will meet with the Associate Athletic Director for Compliance & Student Services once a month to discuss important issues regarding your teams and programs. Student-Athlete – Counseling 1. Academic: The Academic Support Staff acts as unofficial academic advisors for all studentathletes. The academic staff within the program cannot sign course cards, drop/add slips, or section change slips. Those procedures must be administered by the various academic divisions through official academic advisors. The Academic Support Staff may assist students in the scheduling of courses and with their degree plans to ensure compliance with satisfactory progress rules, as well as advancement toward graduation. a. Class Withdrawal The NCAA requires that all student-athletes maintain fulltime enrollment of 12 credits per semester in order to practice and compete. All student-athletes must meet with the Director of Academic Support to complete an Athletic Class Withdrawal Form. At this time, the Director will discuss possible eligibility ramifications from dropping a course. This form must accompany the University’s required Course Withdrawal Form, which the student submits, to the Registrar’s office. Personal−Referral: The Academic Support Staff members are available to assist with a studentathlete's non-academic problems. Any student-athlete experiencing difficulties beyond the expertise of the department staff will be referred to more appropriate campus or outside resources. Student-Athlete – Academic Assistance 1. Power Hours Page 58


a. Power Hours is the term associated with monitored study sessions. The Academic Enhancement Room is available in the Athletic Center with posted schedule, and Buford Library is also utilized for study session purposes. b. Requirement to attend is based on cumulative GPA. 2. Higher Learning a. Students that earn below a 2.2 cumulative GPA are required to meet with the Academic Support Staff on an individualized basis. b. Higher Learning sessions will focus on specific learning strategies and encourage academic accountability. 2. Tutoring a. Student-athlete's having difficulty in a course or courses should always attempt to seek help first from the instructor or the professor. Tutoring is offered through The Learning Center to supplement regular class instruction and to enrich the quality of study sessions in an effort to increase comprehension and learning on the part of the student-athlete. Double Power Hours are awarded to students using the tutoring services offered at The Learning Center. b. Referral Services--Resources: The Academic Support Staff may informally refer student-athletes to the Learning Center for tutoring or Learning Skills Seminars. Student-Athlete - Summer School/Independent Study/Post-Eligibility 1. Financial Aid: Limited financial assistance is available to Basketball and Ice Hockey student-athletes for summer school, independent study, and/or intercession classes. Student-athletes must obtain and complete an application from the Director of Academic Support. Each head coach then recommends whether financial aid should be awarded. Final approval is at the discretion of the Director of Athletics. 2. Application for Post-Eligibility Funding: Any student-athlete on athletic scholarship who has exhausted his or her eligibility, but has not yet graduated may apply for post-eligibility funding. Student-athletes will be required to assist their sport program or other requested Department of Athletics & Recreation program as reasonably requested as a criterion for funding. Applications are available from the Director of Academic Support--student-Athlete – Quinnipiac Policies.

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Student-Athlete - Discipline Policy The Quinnipiac University Student-Athlete Awareness Program known as "Positive Play� stipulates an acceptable code of behavior by our student-athletes. Any student-athlete involved in an unacceptable incident (on or off campus) that has been documented by campus, city, or state police, game officials, or University personnel, may expect immediate disciplinary action (game suspension) by the Department of Athletics and Recreation. Violations that Warrant Suspension: Alcohol: Consumption of alcohol by any student-athlete under the age of 21 is ILLEGAL and will result in disciplinary action (i.e., game(s) suspension). Consumption of alcohol at any QU athletic event is prohibited. Drugs: Use of drugs (street drugs or performance enhancing) by any student-athlete is ILLEGAL and will result in disciplinary action (i.e., game(s) suspension). Gambling: The NCAA manual states that any staff member of the athletics department of a member institution or student-athlete “shall not knowingly: (a) provide information to individuals involved in organized gambling activities concerning intercollegiate athletics competition; (b) solicit a bet on any intercollegiate team; (c) accept a bet on any team representing the institution; or (d) participate in any gambling activity that involves intercollegiate athletics through a bookmaker, a parlay card and for student-athletes, professional or any other method employed by organized gambling.� Furthermore, any prospective or enrolled student-athlete found in violation of this NCAA rule shall not be eligible for intercollegiate athletics unless an appeal to the NCAA Eligibility Committee is granted. Additionally: Any of the following activities may render a student-athlete ineligible or result in severe disciplinary action for a coach or athletics department administrator: 1. Providing any information (e.g., reports concerning team morale, game plans and injuries of team members to any individual who could assist anyone involved in organized gambling activities); 2. Make a bet on any intercollegiate athletics contest; 3. Accepting a bet or bribe on, or agreeing to throw, fix or illegally influence the outcome of any intercollegiate athletics contest; 4. Failing to report any bribe or offer, or any knowledge of any attempt to throw or fix a game or to influence illegally its outcome; or 5. Participating through a bookmaker in any gambling activity (e.g., betting on a parlay card involving intercollegiate athletics). Harassment: You are part of a community that supports individual integrity and celebrates community diversity. Quinnipiac University does not condone harassment directed toward anyone in our community including our visitors, opponents and others. This includes behavior that denigrates others because of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, physical or mental disabilities. Harassment also includes the use of profanity towards anyone particularly: security staff, residential life staff, intramural staff and any member of the athletic staff. Tobacco: The use of chewing tobacco by a student-athlete or coach is an NCAA violation and will result in immediate suspension. Hazing: Hazing is a violation of State Law and is defined as any action on or off campus intended to create mental or physical discomfort, embarrassment, ridicule, shaving, haircutting, excessive eating or drinking and/or any other action that is demanded of team members as initiation or team ritual. Game Conduct: Student-athletes who exhibit poor sportsmanship and those who receive excessive personal fouls can expect penalties in addition to those in the NCAA rulebook. Violation of QU Student Handbook Policies: Any student-athlete found in violation of the Quinnipiac Student Handbook by Student Affairs will receive additional disciplinary actions by the Athletic Department.

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Student-Athlete – Survey Sport: ____________________________________ Date of Evaluation: ____/____/____ Your name (OPTIONAL): ______________________________________________________________________________ Thank you for taking the time to complete this Student-Athlete Survey regarding your experiences as a student-athlete (s/a) at Quinnipiac. Your responses will be CONFIDENTIAL. Using the following scale, please rate your experiences for your most recent competitive season. Please return this survey to our NCAA Faculty Athletics Representative, Sean Duffy. RATING: Outstanding (5) Exemplary performance in all areas. Exceeds Expectations (4) Surpasses the standards and performance expectations in many important areas. Meets Expectations (3) Good performance. Consistently meets standards and performance expectations in important areas. Below Expectations* (2) Performance does not meet expectations in some important areas; below expected levels. Improvement needed. Unsatisfactory* (1) Performance falls below expectations in many areas. Substantial improvement critical. *Please provide a brief explanation for ratings of Unsatisfactory or Below Expectations in the “Comments” section. Outstanding 5

Exceeds Expectations

Meets Expectations

4

3

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING (S & C) 1. Availability of weight room and staff. 2. Utilization of safe, effective and current training techniques 3. Condition of facilities. 4. Instruction and supervision of athletes in weight room. 5. Development of off-season programs with clear individual goals. SPORTSMEDICINE 6. Availability of sports medicine facility 7. Level of care received from institutional physicians and SM staff. 8. Level of coverage at in-season practices and competition. 9. Level of care received from sports medicine staff regarding athletically related issues. 10. Communication of available services to student-athletes. ACADEMIC SERVICES AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT UNIT 11. Conduct of program by individual coach fostered academic atmosphere. 12. Quality of information contained in student-athlete handbook. 13. Accessibility of academic support staff for studentathletes. Page 61

Below Expectations *Please provide comments 2

Unsatisfactory *Please provide comments 1

N/A


Outstanding 5

Exceeds Expectations

Meets Expectations

4

3

Below Expectations *Please provide comments 2

Unsatisfactory *Please provide comments 1

N/A

14. Adequacy of power hours 15. Level of support from academic services staff.

16. Accuracy of information received from academic support staff. 17. Commitment of institution to minimize the number of classes missed for competition/travel during season

COACHING 18. Quality/Organization of Practice

19. Quality of personal experience with team transportation

20. Level of coaches’ support of personal development of student-athletes beyond athletics. 21. Level of commitment displayed by coaching staff to adhere to NCAA, conference and institutional rules. 22. Level of sport knowledge of head coach. 23. Level of sport knowledge of assistant coach(es). ADMINISTRATION 24. Availability of athletic administrative staff for assistance 25. Overall conduct of administrative staff regarding student-athletes 26. Involvement of institutional Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) in institutional operations 27. Awareness of faculty athletics representative designee and his/her role in administration of athletics department. 28. Adequacy of Home Game Operations 29. Adequacy of Game/Practice Facilities 30. Adequacy of Locker Rooms Please use this space to comment on any particular strength(s) or concern(s) that your Coaching staff or Sport Supervisor should address concerning your team: Do you wish to request an in-person meeting with a member of the institution’s administrative staff? Yes_______No_______ If so, please contact the Athletic Department as soon as possible to schedule this meeting. Thank you for taking the time to complete and return this survey to your NCAA Faculty Athletics Representative: Sean Duffy, Assistant Professor of Political Science CLA3 room 308; 203-582-8324 Sean.Duffy@quinnipiac.edu Page 62


Student-Athlete Senior Exit Interview

TO: FROM: DATE: RE:

STUDENT-ATHLETE Sean Duffy, Faculty Athletic Representative 2012-2013 EXIT QUESTIONNAIRE

All student-athletes who have completed their athletic eligibility are asked by the NCAA and Quinnipiac University to evaluate their experiences as student athletes. This will be helpful to the institution in its efforts to improve its programs and to provide support where appropriate. I am the only person who will read the questionnaire, and I will determine if there are trends which should be addressed. Your names and specific comments will be maintained in confidence. Please complete the questionnaire and return it to me at P.O. Box 107 or drop it off at my office (CLA3 308). If you wish to discuss any issue related to the questionnaire with me, please note that on the bottom of this page. I will contact some of the student athletes also to receive more detailed commentary. Please put your name and sport on the bottom of this page. I will remove this page once your return has been coded and I know who has returned the forms. Thank you. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Your Name: __________________________________________ Your Sport: ___________________________________________ Indicate if you would like to meet with me. Pursuant to MCAA regulations, student-athletes who have completed their eligibility should be consulted to determine their perspective on the success of the student-athlete experience in each Division I institution. Please take the time to consider each answer. The Faculty Athletic Representative who is appointed by the President of the institution and is a member of the academic community – not the athletic department, will maintain these questionnaires. Summaries of trends will be discussed with the President, the Vice President of Student Affairs, NCAA representatives and/or the athletic department, but no individual I information will be disclosed.

I VALUE OF STUDENT-ATHLETE AND ATHLETIC EXPERIENCE: A.

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Excellent

B.

good

fair

poor

Rate your overall academic experience at Quinnipiac: Excellent

C.

very good

very good

good

fair

poor

Rate your total years at Quinnipiac as a student-athlete. Excellent

very good

good

fair

poor

D.

If you were selecting your college as a student-athlete today, would you still select Quinnipiac? Explain.

E.

What goals or objectives did you have in deciding to participate in athletics at Quinnipiac?

F.

Did you achieve those objectives? If you did, what factors contributed to this

G.

Do you think that participation in athletics promoted: 1. 2. 3. 4.

H.

success?

Academic growth _________________________ Social growth _____________________________ Physical growth ___________________________ Emotional growth __________________________

Give Examples: Did your athletic schedule require you to miss classes? _______________ If so, did you inform your instructors in advance? ________ In writing? _________

I. J. K.

Did your instructors cooperate with your athletic schedule conflicts? ____________ Did you make up all missed work/classes to your instructor’s satisfaction? ________ Comment on the level of cooperation of your instructors.

L.

Were your coaches accommodating to your academic needs? _________________

M.

Did your coaches have training rules for you and your team? _________________

N.

If so, which were effective or ineffective?

O.

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1. 2. 3.

II

Physical Abuse? ___________ Verbal Abuse? _____________ Mental Abuse? _____________

EXTENT OF TIME DEMANDS:

Did scheduled practice times allow you access to on-campus food services? ________ If not, were other arrangements made? Did scheduled practice times ever require you to miss classes? __________________ If so, do you think this was wise? ___________________________________________ Did scheduled practice/competition ever require you to miss a mid-term of final exam? If so, were adequate arrangements made in advance for makeup? _______________ Do you believe the coaches were conscious of your non-athletic demands? ________ How many hours per week do you estimate each of the following activities consumed? IN SEASON

OUT OF SEASON

____________

________________

Formal, organized practice

____________

________________

Competition

____________

________________

Required meetings by coaches

____________

________________

Weight training

____________

________________

Voluntary conditioning

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________________

Travel to and from practice/competition

____________

________________

Training room activities

____________

________________

Athletic department study hall (power hours)

____________

________________

Other athletic activities not mentioned above

Was your experience with “POWER HOURS� positive? _______________ Why or why not?

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A. How would you feel if restrictions were placed on the number of hours per week a Week a coaching staff could conduct athletically related activities? Explain.

B. Should coaches be required to pass a NCAA rules examination prior to being Allowed by recruit prospective student-athletes?

C. Were you familiar with NCAA regulations as they apply to Quinnipiac & our Conference? If so, by whom were you informed? ____________________________ Dif your coaches spend time on this issue? _______________________ D. What changes might you suggest for NCAA intercollegiate athletes?

IV CONCERNS RELATED TO SPORTS: A.

Were men and women’s sports treated equally at Quinnipiac? ______________ If not, give examples:

B.

Was the minority student-athlete treated fairly? ____________________________ If not, give examples:

C.

If a student-athlete had a drug/alcohol problem, could he/she have turned in confidence for help from: ‘YES” (mark all that apply) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

_____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

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9. _____________ Others… PLEASE specify ____________ What made the person(s) you marked ‘YES’ accessible? ___________________ E. If you had questions concerning eligibility, recruitment, financial aid, grants, or employment restrictions, whom would you contact? _______________________

F. While at Quinnipiac, were you ever aware of the following: NCAA rules violation _____________________ Conference violation _______________________ Quinnipiac violation ______________________ G. Are there any suggestions you would make to improve the conditions for a Quinnipiac student athlete? Thanks for taking the time to complete this questionnaire. Please forward this to: Sean Duffy, Faculty Athletic Representative, P.O. Box 107, Quinnipiac. OR Drop it off at his campus office- CLA3 308. Recreation – Fitness Centers Fitness Centers/Rec Center Rules and Regulations – Athletic Department Coaches, please remind your athletes: 1. Athletes should bring IDs with them to enter the Fitness Center and Rec Center. Administrative services has informed us that on one is to be admitted to the Fitness Center or Recreation Center without a validated QU ID; waiver/consent forms may be completed online (located in student’s web advisor account; there is a link to the waiver in their academic profile). 2. Ones validated, swiping QU ID in the card reader beside the entrance doors will permit access – green light means “Enter”! Please do not request or have team members request the door to be opened by the reception desk staff. 3. Coaches, paid assistant, or strength and conditioning coach, are to be in the Fitness Center with their team during workout sessions. 4. Doors to the Fitness Center and Rec Center are to be locked for team workout sessions during hours when the Center is not open for normal hours of operation. Please do no prop the doors open. 5. Proper workout attire (t-shirt, shorts sweats) is required. (Tank tops, sports bras, belly shirts, jeans, shirts cut to the hipbone, etc. are not permitted) 6. All equipment should be thoroughly wiped down after use – spray and paper towels are provided nearby. 7. Please put away any equipment used – return dumbbells/plates to the appropriate rack. 8. The Fitness Center lobby is not to be used as a stretching/warm-up area or equipment depository area before team practices. Please remind your team members to bring their gear with them or neatly place in Page 67


the cubbies under the bench in the front lobby. No bags or equipment should be cluttering the floor in the lobby area. 9. All teams are permitted to use the Fitness Center early in the morning and after 11:00 PM. Teams may have to share times. A schedule of team workout times are maintained by the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach. 10. Bill Mecca schedules practice sessions in the Rec Center. A schedule of Gym and Rec Center usage is usually posted outside the facility entrance doors. Please be considerate of the next group using the facility; end your indoor practice sessions five (5) minutes before the hour to permit a timely exchange. 11. Practice areas should be left clean and all equipment (including goal cages) stored in assigned areas. 12. Team meetings should be scheduled via R-25. When seeking a dance studio, please consult Tami Reilly. 13. Please remember that the facility is used by the entire QU community and is very busy and crowded. Your cooperation in upholding the rules and regulations is important. The least crowded time of day is 7-11 AM. 14. We try to be cooperative and resolve special needs. Please do not hesitate to speak to us if you have a concern about using the Fitness Center or Rec Center.

Fitness Center/Rec Center Hours of Operation Mt. Carmel Campus Monday – Friday 7AM – 11PM Saturday and Sunday 10AM – 11PM Holiday hours are subject to change York Hill Campus Monday – Friday 7AM – 11 PM Friday – 7AM – 9 PM Saturday – 10 AM – 9 PM Sunday – 10 AM – 11 PM

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Recreation – Open Recreation èEvening aerobics schedule will start during second week of the semester. Classes are free and offered on a first come, first serve basis. èOpen Recreation hours are posted outside both the Recreation Center and the Gymnasium entrances. Basketballs may be signed out from the Equipment Room outside the Recreation Center. è”Open Recreation” hours in the Recreation Center are for recreation – not for informal “team” practices. Soccer balls, baseballs, softballs, field hockey balls and sticks, and lacrosse balls create potentially dangerous situations to walkers and recreation participants. Please caution your athletes to practice outside. Recreation – Aerobic Studios èAll requests for use of the studios are to be made to Tami Reilly. èCleats/field shoes are never to be worn in the studios. Please have athletes remove shoes before entering. èTemperature Control: the thermostats will be set at one recommended level. Facilities will encase the units in locked “cages” to prevent equipment malfunctions because of frequent adjustments. èIf meetings are held in a studio – chairs are to be replaced on the top shelf in the aerobic storage room. Leaving chairs in the storage area at floor level “blocks in” Physical Education/Aerobic equipment storage carts. èPlease return exercise mats or steps removed from the studio.

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Requisition Form Please Circle Department Administration

4520 Athletics Communications 4600 Athletics Admin 4614 Game Supervision 4618 Training Room 4619 Strength and Conditioning 4622 Intramurals

462e Sideline Cheer 4629 Roundball Golf Tournament 4669 Athletic Compliance 4670 Athletic Awards 4671 Academic Support 4672 SAAC/BOOMERS BUDDIES 4673 Equipment Room 4690 Athletic Rec Center 4691 QU Emp oyees Hea th Fair Men's Sports 4701 Men's Baseball

4702 Men's Basketball 4704 Men's Ice Hockey

4705 Men's Lacrosse 4706 Men's Soccer

47071 Men's Tennis 4709 Men's Cross Country Women's Sports

4751 Women's Basketball 4752 Women's Field Hockey

4753 Women's Ice Hockey 4754 Women's Lacrosse 4755 Women's Soccer

4756 Women's Softball 4757 Women's Tennis

4758 Women's Track & Field 4759 Women's Cross Country

4760 Women's Volleyball 4761 Women's Rugby

4762 Women's Golf 4763 Women's Outdoor Track

4764 Acrobatics and Tumbling

Please Circle Object Code Expenses

Expense and Revenue Report Sheet List

break down by code Revenue

82028 Periodicals & Books 82029 Dues & Memberships 82030 Printing & Publications B2050 Postage 182060 Telephone 82070 Athletics Films 82100 Athletics Recruiting Travel 82101 Athletics Recruiting Lodging 82102 Athletics Recruiting Meals 82103 Athletics Recruiting Misc. 82200 Athletics Team Travel 82201 Athletics Team Lodging 82202 Athletics Team Meals 82203 Athletics Playoff Expenses

35001 Agecny Account 35102 Agency Account 77102 Athletics l]cket Sales 77103 Athletics Guarantees Received 77104 Athletics Tournament Revenue

77105 Athletics Misc Revenue 77106 Athletics Concession Sales 77107 S onsorshi 77108 Athletics Program Sales

Total Revenue

Account Balance Prior to Request

82225 Mtgs, Travel & Conference

- current request

82230 Athletics Guarantees Paid

Account Balance After request

82250 Insurance 82331 Professional Services

82338 Police/Security 82340 Head Coach每 Employee B2341 Head Coachp Non-Employee '82342 Assistant Coach, Employee 82343 Assistant Coach, Non-Employee

82344 Game Officials & Referees 82345 Game Operations 82355 Entry Fees 82370 Service Agreements & Repairs 82647 Facility/Ice Rental 82650 Vehicle Lease 82748 Dining Service-Chartwells 83000 Procurement card expense

83040 Office Supplies 83130 Athletic Equipment < 1000 per individual item 83140 Office Equipment < $1000 per individual item 83141 Course Equipment 83142 Computer Equipment < $1000 per individual item 83247 Vehicle Services B3350 Miscellaneous

83370 Athletics Fundraising 85030 Athletic Equip $1000 & Over per individual item 85040 Office Equipment > $1000 per individual item 85041 Course Equipment > $1000 per individual item 85042 Computer Equipment > $1000 per individual item 85043 Computers for Scholarship 87025 Financial Aid Waiver 87202 Scholarships 87236 Midnight Madness Award Total Expenses

Detailed Description of Expenses/Revenue-Attach additional sheets if needed

Vendor Name Vendor Address

City

State

Zip Coach's Signature Financial Coordinator's Signature

Compliance Officers Signature Senior Associate Director of Athletics

OR

Date Processed

Athletic Director

Requisition Number Date of Final Approval PO Number Check Number

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Hiring Process Checklist This checklist should be used to assist you through the hiring process. Please call Human Resources anytime during the process for additional assistance. • • • • • •

• • • • •

• •

• •

Request Personnel Requisition from Human Resources Review existing job description o Make appropriate changes Have requisition signed by appropriate parties and return with edited job description to HR (return edited job description electronically) Hiring manager will receive an e-mail with approved salary range Job will be posted for 5 days internally If needed, request by e-mail that job be posted externally in publications o Send a short ad copy to Anna Spragg along with requested publication and run date o Ad will be placed on University web-site and HigherEdJobs.com HR will forward all resumes/applications to hiring manager Internal candidates should be interviewed prior to external applicants o Follow-up with Anna Spragg after internal interviews before any offers are discussed All internal candidates must apply through the HR Office Department can schedule external interviews Final external clerical candidates must take skill test o Coordinate appointment with Nadiyah (ext 8670). Appointment could coincide with second interview o HR will communicate skill level to hiring manager Department selects final candidate o Notify HR that you have selected a final candidate before any offers are discussed • Final salary offer must be approved by the Finance and HR Office o Candidate will be sent via mail or fax an authorization which must be completed authorizing a background check o Candidate can be offered the position contingent upon the results of the background check HR will notify hiring manager of background check results Hiring manager sends an e-mail to HR requesting approval of the start date for new employee o For hourly employees complete New Hire Information Form, please include name of primary and back-up supervisor for Kronos (can be returned via e-mail) o Include phone extension and office location HR will send a letter to new employee confirming start date o letter will include employment/tax forms o notify employee of date and time for their employee orientation Employee will return documentation to HR prior to start date to allow employee to receive Q-Card, parking decal and network access on first day of employment HR will e-mail two rejection letter templates which the hiring manager can send to unsuccessful candidates who were interviewed and those who were not .

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Sportsmanship Statement Based on the NEC’s mission statement and purpose, our goal is to enhance the educational opportunities for young men and women while providing an environment in which leadership, physical fitness, personal growth, sportsmanship and fair play are encouraged. The conference strives to ensure that high standards of scholarship and sportsmanship are adhered to by member institutions. The conference shall require commitment to its adopted standards and to those standards set forth in the respective playing rules. The responsibility to demonstrate and develop good character and sportsmanship should never be subordinated to the desire to win. The vital lessons and intrinsic value of sports are acquired through the competition and honorable pursuit of victory, rather than the outcome itself. Devotion to these principles maximizes the benefits and enjoyment of intercollegiate competition for all participants, coaches, officials and spectators. The coach’s behavior influences that of the student-athletes and, frequently the fans. Coaches bear the responsibility of teaching the value of sporting conduct in both word and deed to their student-athletes. The use of foul or vulgar language is inconsistent with this responsibility, and is therefore strongly discouraged on the part of coaches and student-athletes alike. The coach has a responsibility to educate the athletes concerning their obligations to the coach, the institution to whom they represent, intercollegiate athletics and themselves. Coaches and student-athletes should exercise self-control with game officials during competition and shall refrain from expressing displeasure with an official’s performance. All coaches are expected to support and sustain the NEC Sportsmanship Statement and its principles. The Commissioner will handle all sportsmanship issues that are reported to the conference office. Violations of the NEC sportsmanship policy may result in receipt of a letter of reprimand, game suspensions, and/or other sanctions deemed appropriate by the Commissioner. This form must be signed by the head coach after reviewing the aforementioned principles with their respective student-athletes. Signature: _______________________________________________ Sport: ___________________________________________________ Institution:_______________________________________________ Date: __________________________________________________

Quinnipiac Employee Background Check Form In connection with QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY considering me for employment, continued employment, promotion or reassignment, I authorize QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY and/or its agent, SelectForce, Inc. to obtain a consumer report which may include information on my character, general reputation, personal characteristics, and mode of living from Page 72


public record sources or through personal interviews with previous employers or associates. Public record check may include but not limited to a criminal or felony background check and sex offender’s registry check. I authorize, without reservation, any person or entity contacted by QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY, or its agent, SelectForce, Inc. to furnish the above-stated information and I release any such person or entity from any and all liability for furnishing such information. I further release QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY, its affiliated companies, their officers, employees and agents, and specifically, SelectForce, Inc., their affiliated companies, their officers, employees and agents from any liability and responsibility arising from the preparation of said report. I understand that false or misleading statements made on this authorization, or made during the employment process, will disqualify me from consideration for employment or result in my immediate discharge if employed.

By my execution hereof I acknowledge I have been provided with a Consumer Disclosure advising me that a report will be requested and used for the purpose of evaluating me for employment, continued employment, promotion or reassignment as an employee. NAME: (please print) _______________________________________________________________________________ First Middle Last Maiden DOB*________SSN#_______-_____-_______ DR.LIC. # _______________STATE ISSUED: ______ ADDRESS: __________________________________________________________________________________ CITY: _________________________________ STATE: ___ZIP: ________ How Long? ___________ PREVIOUS ADDRESS: _____________________________________________________________________________ CITY: _________________________________ STATE: ___ZIP: _________How Long? ___________ SIGNATURE: _____________________________DATE: _______________________ *”Date of Birth” (DOB) will be used solely for the purpose of identification in doing background checks and will not be considered in the “employment” process.

CONSUMER DISCLOSURE In connection with QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY considering you for employment, continued employment, promotion or reassignment, QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY may obtain a consumer report on you which may include information on character, general reputation, personal characteristics, and mode of living from public record sources or personal interviews with previous employers or associates. You have the right, upon written request, to receive a written description of the nature and scope of the investigation requested and a written summary of your rights under the Fair Credit Reporting Act. I HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGE RECEIPT: ______________________________ __________________________ Print Name Date _____________________________________________ Signature

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Quinnipiac Employee Termination Checklist

PROPERTY RETURNED Employee Name (Please Print)___________________________________________________________

o Quinnipiac University Keys o Quinnipiac University issued lap top o QCard ID Card o Procurement Card o Vacation balance – *You must Email Payroll vacation balance to be paid out upon termination* o Parking sticker o Other property/items _____________________________________________

Additional comments:__________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ Employee Signature ___________________________________

Date _________

Supervisor Signature ___________________________________ Date _________

Return this form and applicable items to Human Resources no later than the employee’s last day of employment.

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NEW EMPLOYEE CHECK LIST

(please print clearly)

NEW EMPLOYEE NAME ______________________________________________ TITLE ________________________________________________________________ SUPERVISOR___________________________________________________________ HOME ADDRESS ________________________________________________________ APPLIED ON LINE @https://careers.quinnipiac.edu Signature (Connie) _____________________________________________Date ________ TAX FORMS FILLED OUT Signature (Human Resources)_________________________________________Date ___________ BACKGROUND CHECK COMPLETE AND APPROVED Signature (Human Resources)_________________________________________Date ___________ RESUME TO SPORTS INFORMATION Signature (Sports Info) ____________________________________________Date ___________ BIOGRAPHY COMPLETE Signature (Sports Info) ____________________________________________Date ___________ PHOTO TAKEN Signature (Sports Info)____________________________________________Date ___________ RESUME TO DIRECTOR’S OFFICE Signature (Connie)______________________________________________Date___________ MEET WITH COMPLIANCE Signature (Tracey) ____________________________________________Date ___________ MEET WITH SR. ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Signature (Billy) _____________________________________________Date ____________ MEET WITH DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Signature (Jack) ______________________________________________Date_________

OKAY TO RELEASE TO WEBSITE AND MEDIA Signature (Jack)______________________________________________Date___________

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Personal Information Sheet First Name_______________________M.I.____Last Name______________________ Home Address_________________________________________________________ City______________________________________State____Zip_________________ Home Phone____________________Birthdate___________SS#__________________ E-Mail Address ________________________________________________________ Marital Status__________________________Spouse Name______________________ High School____________________________Year of Graduation_________________ Undergraduate College_______________Year of Graduation____Degree______________ Graduate School___________________Year of Graduation______Degree_____________ Sports Played________________School_________________________Years_____________ Honors (Captain, MVP, All Conference etc______________________________________ Sports Coached___________________________School____________Years_________ Honors (coach of the year etc.)______________________________________________ In Case of Emergency please contact: Name_________________________________Day Phone_____________Evening Phone__________

OTHER EMPLOYMENT (for part-time/volunteer coaches) Current Employer______________________________________________________ Employer Address________________________City___________State____Zip______ Office Phone__________________________Office Fax_________________________ Your Title____________________________________________________________ I have Reviewed and Accept the Policies of the Staff Handbook

Signature_____________________________________________________Date____________

QUINNIPIAC INFORMATION (to be filled out by Director of Athletics)

Title(s)______________________________________________________________ Immediate Supervisor___________________________________________________ Full-Time______ Part-Time____ Grad Ass't____ Volunteer__________ Salary_____________________Credits (if GA)_________________ First Day Hired___________Office Location____________Office Phone______________ NCAA Test (for coaches only) Date Last Taken____________Pass__________Fail________ Resume on File w/Director of Athletics Yes__No__(if no, please submit a resume to AD Office) Please fill in the form and return with your resume to the Director of Athletics & Recreation

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2012-13 Quinnipiac Staff Handbook