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2006 NCAA Illustrated Men's & Women's Basketball Rules
The NCAA Illustrated Men’s and Women’s Basketball Rules is an official publication of the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Rules Committees.Its purpose is to present the official rules and interpretations in a visual, easily understood form for the official, coach, player and spectator. This book is a supplement to the actual rules book. It should not be used as a primary source for rules.
 
2006 NCAA Men's & Women's Ice Hockey Rules & Interpretations
The NCAA Men’s and Women’s Ice Hockey Rules have been designated as either administrative rules or conduct rules. Typically, administrative rules are those dealing with preparation for the competition. The conduct rules are those that have to do directly with the competition. Rules may not be altered, unless flexibility is indicated in a specific rule.
 
2006 NCAA Men's & Women's Track & Field & Cross Country Rules
The rules have been designated as either administrative rules or conduct rules. Typically, administrative rules are those dealing with preparation for the competition. The conduct rules are those that have to do directly with the competition. Rules may not be altered, unless flexibility is indicated in a specific rule. NCAA member institutions are required to conduct their intercollegiate contests according to these rules. The administrative rules indicated in this book are listed below. All other rules deal with the conduct of track and field competition.
 
2006 NCAA Men's and Women's Rifle Rules
 
2006 NCAA Men's and Women's Skiing Rules
The NCAA Men’s and Women’s Skiing Rules have been designated as either conduct rules or administrative rules. Administrative rules are those dealing with preparation for the contest. The conduct rules are those that deal directly with the contest itself. The administrative rules in this book may be altered only as indicated within the rules. No conduct rule may be changed by mutual consent of the competing institutions.
 
2006 NCAA Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving Rules
 
2006 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Rules
 
2006 NCAA Softball Rules
 
2006 NCAA Women's Volleyball Rules and Interpretations
The Points of Emphasis are rules topics that the NCAA Women’s Volleyball Rules Committee feels should be given special attention. These topics may or may not represent rules changes for the current season, but their importance must not be overlooked. When a topic is included in this section, it is because evidence during the previous year(s) shows an inconsistency in administering the area.
 
2006 NCAA Wrestling Rules and Interpretations
Wrestling rules.
 
2005 Men’s and Women’s Basketball Rules and Interpretations
Men’s and Women’s Basketball Rules and Interpretations.
 
2005 NCAA Baseball Rules
The following are editorial changes to the playing rules. Although the editorial changes are minor, it is the rules committee’s intent to inform umpires, coaches, administrators and players of all changes in the 2001 rules book.
 
2005 NCAA Football Rules and Interpretations
 
2005 NCAA Illustrated Men's & Women's Basketball Rules
The NCAA Illustrated Men’s and Women’s Basketball Rules is an official publication of the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Rules Committees.Its purpose is to present the official rules and interpretations in a visual, easily understood form for the official, coach, player and spectator. This book is a supplement to the actual rules book. It should not be used as a primary source for rules.
 
2005 NCAA Men's & Women's Ice Hockey Rules & Interpretations
The NCAA Men’s and Women’s Ice Hockey Rules have been designated as either administrative rules or conduct rules. Typically, administrative rules are those dealing with preparation for the competition. The conduct rules are those that have to do directly with the competition. Rules may not be altered, unless flexibility is indicated in a specific rule.
 
2005 NCAA Men's & Women's Track & Field & Cross Country Rules
The rules have been designated as either administrative rules or conduct rules. Typically, administrative rules are those dealing with preparation for the competition. The conduct rules are those that have to do directly with the competition. Rules may not be altered, unless flexibility is indicated in a specific rule. NCAA member institutions are required to conduct their intercollegiate contests according to these rules. The administrative rules indicated in this book are listed below. All other rules deal with the conduct of track and field competition.
 
2005 NCAA Men's and Women's Rifle Rules
 
2005 NCAA Men's and Women's Skiing Rules
The NCAA Men’s and Women’s Skiing Rules have been designated as either conduct rules or administrative rules. Administrative rules are those dealing with preparation for the contest. The conduct rules are those that deal directly with the contest itself. The administrative rules in this book may be altered only as indicated within the rules. No conduct rule may be changed by mutual consent of the competing institutions.
 
2005 NCAA Men's and Women's Soccer Rules
In each edition of the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Soccer Rules, there are several areas that are given special attention. These are identified as points of emphasis. While they may not represent any rules changes as such, their importance must not be overlooked. In some cases, the points of emphasis are more important than some of the rules changes.
 
2005 NCAA Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving Rules
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