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NAIA Information
  • 5/24/2017

    This is reminder that when an official ejects a player or coach from a contest they are to file an ejection report with the NAIA within 48 hours. The sooner the better as teams may have a contest the next day.

    You may access this by clicking on the FORMS/REPORTS Tab on the black bar.

  • 8/19/2016

    Click here to watch a short clinic on what to do if a fight occurs.

  • 8/3/2016

    In the Fall of 2014 it was decided that Targeting Fouls (Rules 9.1.3 and 9.1.4) would not be reported on the NAIA Ejection Forms. This will be the same for 2016.

    Please follow the procedures outlined in the rule book where a player who is called for Targeting in the first half will sit out the rest of that half andMore...

  • 5/20/2015


    Since 2009, the NAIA has had standards for behavior during all NAIA competition included in its policies and bylaws.

    The NAIA tracks ejections in all sports and we want to thank you for “making the call” and reporting the information.

    As officials of the NAIA, your role is vital as you have the opportunity to shape the lives of young people by insuring that ethics, sportsmanship and fair play remain important factors during competition. We ask that you continue to enforce the expectations of the NAIA by the following:

    Enforce a “zero tolerance” rule on profanity in NAIA competition. NAIA officials will be expected to apply penalties (e.g., personal fouls, yellow cards) to any participant (player or coach) in NAIA competition.

    Game officials must submit an ejection report through the NAIA National Office when an ejection of a coach or student-athlete occurs during a contest.

  • 5/19/2015

    The official training and educational resource for NAIA officials

    Starting with the 2014-15 season, officials in selected sports are required to participate in standardized NAIA and sport-specific training offered through the ArbiterSports platform.

    Officials will have accessMore...

  • 5/19/2015

    The lead official is asked to voluntarily submit post-game feedback on coaches, players and fan conduct, as well as game-day experiences. We want to hear about what needs improvement in addition to positive feedback on what schools, teams, and individuals are doing well.

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