Coaching Association and NCAA recommend extending the deadline for recruiting death sentences to July | Hoopfeed.com
Published on May 12, 2020
The women ’s and men ’s coaches and the NCAA recommended extending the current recruitment stagnation period to July 31, 2020. The following is the latest news from the Women ’s Basketball Coaches Association:
In view of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, the Women ’s Basketball Coaches Association, the National Basketball Coaches Association and the NCAA jointly initiated a review of potential alternative recruitment opportunities for student athletes in 2021 and beyond.
In addition, the WBCA Executive Committee and the NABC Board of Directors have recommended to the NCAA Type I Board Coordination Committee to extend the current recruitment deadline to July 31, 2020.
The recruitment stagnation period established by the NCAA currently continues until May 31.
“In this uncertain period, our commitment to player health and safety, prospects and each other far exceeded our recruitment needs. Therefore, the WBCA coaching community, together with NABC and our men’s basketball colleagues, supports the current NCAA The recruitment deadline is extended to July 31. “WBCA Chairman Toledo Chief Coach Tricia Cullop said.
“I also want to assure 2021 classmates that we have not forgotten you,” Kulop added. “WBCA is committed to working with NCAA, high school and club coaches, and non-school event operators to adjust the current recruitment schedule so that our college coaches have the opportunity to meet with you, evaluate you, and recruit your experts after medical treatment, said, This is safe for all participants. We hope to give everyone a chance to play college women ’s basketball. You are our future. “
Jamie Dixon, President of NABC and Chief Men ’s Basketball Coach of TCU, said: “Summer is critical to the recruitment process for coaches and prospective student athletes.” “NABC is committed to working with WBCA, NCAA, and academic and non-academic activities personnel, where circumstances permit. Encourage the development of alternative evaluation opportunities. It is important to note that these temporary changes will not reduce the opportunities for scholarships available. “
Dixon said: “The NABC board of directors does not easily accept the impact of this recommendation.” “However, our top priority should still be the well-being of potential customers, their families, our current team and our coaching companions. We We must also respect the financial burden currently facing many of our institutions and prospective client families. “