NCAA D-II Adopts Spate of Proposals, Including More Season-of-Competition Flexibility

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Division II delegates approved 11 of 12 legislative proposals at the division's business session of the 2023 NCAA Convention on Saturday in San Antonio.

The legislation approved via the division's one-school, one-vote process included providing more season-of-competition flexibility and spring scrimmage opportunities in football, making significant changes to some of the division's highest governance bodies, and eliminating the standardized test score requirement (SAT or ACT) from the division's initial-eligibility requirements. Additionally, the division approved legislation to expand a student-athlete's ability to seek and receive advice from individuals for the purposes of making well-informed decisions before entering into contractual agreements related to name, image and likeness. 

Division II's delegates defeated a membership-sponsored proposal to expand summer access to permit signed prospective student-athletes and student-athletes in team sports to participate in individual workout sessions with a member of the coaching staff.

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