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NAIA Hospitality & Game Management

Conduct in Competition Guide: Procedures for NAIA contests

Conduct in
Competition Guide

Consult the guide for NAIA hospitality and game management standards and best practices including crowd control, pre and postgame responsibilities.



Officials' Role in NAIA Competition

Officials are the ultimate on-court / on field sportsmanship models. Officials can ensure that ethics and fair play remain important factors during competition by making the call for better sportsmanship.

The NAIA has standards for behavior during all NAIA competition. Officials, read about the expectations for this season.

EJECTION REPORTING - A report must be completed by both the NAIA game official who ejected the player or coach and athletics director of the institution that the ejected student-athlete or coach represents. The report must be submitted to the NAIA within 48 hours after the completion of the contest.

Ejections & Suspensions

Ejections FAQ

In April 2009, membership approved new standards for member institutions, affiliated conferences, and various constituent groups. At the NAIA Convention in April 2010, clarifications were made to the ejections and suspensions policies. For more information, contact the NAIA National Office at 816-595-8000.

Conduct in Competition Report Ejections


Teachable Moment Form

NEW!! Complete and submit this form to document your teachable moment and offset ONE EJECTION/YEAR FOR FIGHTING, PROFANITY OR DISSENT ONLY (worth 10 scorecard points). This ejection must appear on your Champions of Charcter Scorecard as a reported ejection for fighting, profanity or dissent and 10 points must have been deducted for this ejection.  The deadline for submission is June 15th annually. However, for greatest impact, we suggest submitting this form within 30 days of the ejection.   Once submitted, please check the box under J on the Champions of Character Scorecard to recieve your points (pending review).