You are the Compliance Officer 6

You are the Compliance Officer 6
DII Student #1
Maggie is a soccer player from Ireland who graduated from high school June 2010. Her SAT score was not high enough be a qualifier so she didn’t enroll in Fall 2010 or Fall 2011. She participated in 20 soccer contests in Fall 2010 and 15 soccer contests during the Fall 2011 club season – low-calibercompetition. She re-took the SAT and is now a qualifier.Maggie’s grandmother passed away March 2012.Your institution began recruiting Maggie in April 2012 and she enrolled in August 2012.

Is Maggie eligible for competition in Fall 2012?
Why or Why not? Cite specific bylaws

DI Student #2
Prior to initial collegiate enrollment, an international tennis player from Germany accepted prize money in five events totally $1,000. Her expenses for these events were $800?

Is this a violation? Is so, outline the NCAA prescribed penalty for this type of violation. Cite specific bylaws

DI Student #3
After graduation from high school an international men’s rugby student-athlete signed a contract with a professional team and was paid $1,200 to play in 2 games.

Is this a violation? Is so, outline the NCAA prescribed penalty for this type of violation. Cite specific bylaws

DI Student #4
Mark began high school in Hungary in Fall 2003. He decided to study abroad in Spring from 2003-2004, which delayed his graduated from high school in Hungary until June 2009 at the age of 20 years old. SA competed in 10 dates of competition after graduation and enrolled at your institution in Fall 2009.

Is Mark eligible for competition in Fall 2009?
Why or Why not? Cite specific bylaws

DII Student #5
Pierre is a French fencing athlete who graduated from high school on July 17, 2009. Your fencing coach began recruiting Pierre in November 2009. In December 2009, Pierre competed on two dates in organized fencing events, in which participants could receive $500 in prize money. He did not receive any prizes or awards during the tournament. January 5, 2010, Pierre enrolled full-time at your institution.

Is Pierre eligible for competition in Spring 2010?
Why or Why not? Cite specific bylaws
DIII Student #6
A local gym would like to hire your student-athletes to be used in their new advertising campaign. The newspaper ads and billboards will contain pictures of the athletes lifting weights. The pay is $1000 per student.

Is this permissible? Why or why not? Cite specific bylaws.