Thursday, July 27, 2017

Jeff Hathaway named chair of NCAA men's hoops oversight committee. Seriously.

I've got nothin'. Just read the press release (and notice how his tenure at UConn is never mentioned):


Hofstra University Vice President and Director of Athletics Jeffrey A. Hathaway has been named the chair of the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Oversight Committee. He began his tenure on July 1.

Hathaway has extensive experience on the national level as he has served as the vice-chair of this important committee since July, 2015. Hathaway will serve as the chair from July, 2017 until June, 2019.

"On behalf of the Colonial Athletic Association I would like to congratulate Jeff on being named the chair of the NCAA Men's Basketball Oversight Committee," commented CAA Commissioner Joe D'Antonio. "Jeff has done an outstanding job as the Conference's representative to the NCAA Division I Council, and I know he will tackle the challenges of this new position with the same level of enthusiasm and thoroughness. The NCAA Division I membership will benefit from Jeff's attention to detail, experience and overall knowledge of the college basketball landscape."

The Men's Basketball Oversight Committee ensures that appropriate oversight of men's basketball is maintained, will enhance the development and public perception of the sport and make recommendations related to regular-season and postseason men's basketball. The committee will prioritize enhancement of the student-athlete educational experience (academically and athletically), and in doing so, promote student-athletes' personal growth and leadership development.

The Men's Basketball Oversight Committee also supervises qualifications and/or selection procedures for the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship. The committee will review recommendations from the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Committee and process other issues related to the administration of the championship. The committee assumed many of the duties of the former NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Issues Committee and will provide direction to the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Rules Committee regarding playing rules. The committee will be comprised of representatives from each divisional subgroup.

The Men's Basketball Oversight Committee shall consist of 12 voting members and four nonvoting members. The voting members shall include four Council members, seven non-Council members and one men's basketball Student-Athlete Advisory Committee member. The Council members shall be comprised of at least one representative from the FBS conferences, FCS conferences and Division I subdivision conferences. The nonvoting members shall be comprised of the chair of the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Committee, the executive director of the National Association of Basketball Coaches, a faculty athletics representative and a men's basketball student-athlete.

Some of the direct responsibilities of the Oversight Committee include:
- Maintain appropriate oversight of Division I men's basketball;
- Enhance the development and public perception of Division I men's basketball;
- Make recommendations related to regular season and postseason Division I men's basketball;
- Prioritize enhancement of the student-athlete educational experience (academically and athletically), and in doing so, promote student-athletes' personal growth and leadership development;
- Supervise qualifications and/or selection procedures for the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship;
- Review recommendations from the Men's Basketball Committee and process other issues related to the administration of the championship;
- Provide direction to the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Rules Committee regarding playing rules; and
- Make recommendations on policy issues in Division I men's basketball that are unrelated to legislative and playing rule changes.
- Also oversees the newly-formed NCAA Men's Basketball Competition Committee.
- Work with other basketball organizations such as the National Basketball Association, USA Basketball and the National Association of Basketball Coaches.

Hathaway just concluded his fifth year at the helm of the Hofstra Department of Athletics. The former chairman of the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Committee, Hathaway also serves on the NCAA Council as the Colonial Athletic Association representative. In his new role, he is also an ex-officio member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches Board of Directors.

A three-time Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year Award recipient, Hathaway has seen 11 Pride teams qualify for the NCAA Tournament, seven capture CAA titles, seven earn regular season CAA titles and four other make postseason appearances (National Invitation Tournament and Women's National Invitation Tournament and College Basketball Invitational).

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