Summer Update 2015
Aug. 1, 2015
Motion: To create a task force to investigate and research a year-round soccer calendar model. The task force would be made up of one member of each of the following groups: ADA, CCA, NAC, Men’s Soccer Executive Committee, Women’s Soccer Executive Committee, Men’s Soccer Head Coaches and Women’s Soccer Head Coaches.
Motion: To change the ratings calendar for men's soccer. First rating would take place four (4) weeks into the start of the season (last weekend of August). Ratings would follow every week until the completion of the season. The schedule would be set beginning with the last rating and working back towards the beginning of the season.it will have a minimal effect on the MRPI. APPROVED
Motion: In order to be eligible for NAIA postseason awards, a NAIA institution must be a member of the NSCAA College Services program. DENIED
Motion: NAIA Coaches Associations must have a quorum (at least 50% of eligible voters) in order for a sport motion to be heard by the National Administrative Council. All voting will be completed using an online process following the business meeting in order to ensure all head coaches have an opportunity to vote. Motions will still be presented and discussed at the Annual Business meeting. If desired, a “straw poll” can be taken by those present to determine if a motion will be opened for vote to the full coaches association. APPROVED
Declaration of Intent - If a Varsity program will not fulfill the Declaration of Intent commitment, the deadline to undeclare is four weeks prior to the start of postseason competition.
Postseason Team Rosters - Postseason rosters will be filled out via the SIDHelp admin website. You must have an account in order to fill out a postseason roster. If you don't have an account, please sign up and create your won. Your access will be granted (usually) within 24 hours.
Reporting Statistics - All official game statistics must be submitted by each institution within 72 hours of completion of a contest via Dakstats Websync. Should a member institution fail to file statistical information on any athlete for two consecutive weeks or a total of four weeks during the national statistical reporting period; the institution shall be penalized in the following manner: The first violation will be a warning. A second violation (first penalty), will be a $500 fine. The third violation will be a $1,000 fine and a loss of postseason awards. the fourth violation will be a $1,000 fine and will be addressed at the discretion of the Council.
Reporting Results- In order for schools to be eligible for ratings, results from contestes must be reported to the NAIA Scoreboard within 24 hours of the completion of the contest.
Official Ball - Select is the official championship ball of NAIA Soccer.
Buffalo Funds Five Star Champions of Character Team Award - November 1
Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete - November 1
All-Conference Teams - November 18
All-American Awards - November 18
Champions of Character Individual Award - November 14
Scholar Team Award - June 30, 2016
A full list of the NAIA National Awards can be found on the Forms Page
National Office Event Manager: Mac Stephenson
National Office Ratings Contact: Scott Barker
NAIA WOMEN'S SOCCER COACHES ASSOCIATION
President: Pat Gilliam, Trinity International University
Vice President: Jason Crist, Spring Arbor University
Past President: John Bratcher, Keiser University
Secretary: Todd Poitras, ERAU Arizona
NAC Liaison: Ashley Walyuchow, University of Houston-Victoria
NSCAA Convention - January 13-17, 2016 - Baltimore, MD
NAIA-WSCA Business Meeting - January 14, 2016 - Baltimore, MD
WOMEN'S SOCCER COACHES MANUAL
5-Year Calendar | National Awards & Forms | Qualification Plan | Roster Form
Coaches Manual (August 2015)
Includes Important Dates, Postseason Competition, NAIA-WSCA Standing Committees, WSCA Leadership Guide, NAIA Modified RPI Information, Regular Season Roser (DOC), All-American Guidelines and Procedures, All-American Nomination and Rating Form (DOC), NSCAA Information, WSCA Constitution & Bylaws, 2014 Business Meeting Minutes, NSCAA Ethics, Ratings Manual, National Championship Bracket
WEEKLY RATINGS DEADLINES
Weekly ratings will be posted online by 5:00pm (central) on Tuesdays. Ratings include games played Monday through Sunday.
The 2015 ratings dates are:
Preseason - Aug. 18
Rating #1 - Sept. 22
Rating #2 - Sept. 29
MRPI #1 - Sept. 30
Rating #3 - Oct. 6
Rating #4 - Oct. 13
Rating #5 - Oct. 20
MRPI #2 - Oct. 21
Rating #6 - Oct. 27
Rating #7 - Nov. 3
Rating #8 - Nov. 10
Final Rating - Nov. 15
Final MRPI - Nov. 16
Post - Dec. 9
National Player of the Week nominations are due on Tuesdays by noon (central). Nominations must be submitted by the conference/independenct SID/contact and filled out completely in SIDHelp
NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFIER INFO
Potential Qualifier Packet (General Info, Opening Round, Final Site.) Potential qualifier information is available four to six weeks prior to the championship.
NISOA (National Intercollegiate Soccer Officials Association)
Protest Form (Needs to be filled out within 48 hours of the end of the game. You must also provide a copy of the Protest Form to the opposing coach and the referee. On the form under Division, select "Other").
Live Stats/Webcasting How-To Guide
All-American Certificates/Extra Plaques/Awards
With more than 28,000 members at all levels of the sport, NSCAA is the largest coaches' organization in the U.S. In addition to a national rankings program for colleges and high schools, NSCAA offers an extensive recognition and coaching education program.NSCAA Liaison: Scott Oliver, Siena Heights
Character-Driven Coaching Course — All new NAIA coaches must complete the course within the first 60 days from the effective date of employment.
Conduct in Competition Guide Procedures for all NAIA Contests — This guide offers practical recommendations for home and visiting insititution review of their responsibilities before, during and after the game to meet the NAIA standards for behavior during all NAIA competition.
Open Dates — free online posting service for NAIA members to advertise or search for open competition dates to compete their regular season.