NATIONAL QUALIFIER AND CHAMPIONSHIPS PARTICIPANT MANUAL

NATIONAL QUALIFIER AND CHAMPIONSHIPS
PARTICIPANT MANUAL
HOSTED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN – ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................................. 4
CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY.............................................................................................................................. 4
CHAMPIONSHIP DIRECTORY ......................................................................................................................... 5
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS................................................................................................................................... 6
PRACTICE/WARM-UP ROTATIONS AND ORDER OF COMPETITION .............................................................. 7
NATIONAL QUALIFIER ................................................................................................................................. 12
TEAM FINALS, ALL-AROUND FINALS AND INDIVIDUAL EVENT PRELIMS .................................................... 14
INDIVIDUAL EVENT FINALS ......................................................................................................................... 16
ACCOMMODATIONS ................................................................................................................................... 17
ATHLETIC MEDICINE.................................................................................................................................... 18
AWARDS ...................................................................................................................................................... 19
BANQUET .................................................................................................................................................... 19
CREDENTIALS .............................................................................................................................................. 20
DESIGNATED TEAM AREAS.......................................................................................................................... 20
DRUG TESTING ............................................................................................................................................ 21
ELITE 89 ACADEMIC RECOGNITION PROGRAM .......................................................................................... 21
EQUIPMENT ................................................................................................................................................ 21
EVACUATION PLAN ..................................................................................................................................... 22
HOSPITALITY................................................................................................................................................ 23
JUDGES ........................................................................................................................................................ 24
LOCKER ROOMS .......................................................................................................................................... 25
MARCH-IN CEREMONY................................................................................................................................ 25
MEETINGS ................................................................................................................................................... 25
MERCHANDISE ............................................................................................................................................ 26
MISCONDUCT/ETHICAL BEHAVIOR BY COACHES/SPORTSMANSHIP/SPORTS WAGERING ........................ 26
PARKING ...................................................................................................................................................... 28
PRESS CONFERENCES .................................................................................................................................. 28
STUDENT-ATHLETE PARTICIPANT AWARD.................................................................................................. 29
TICKET INFORMATION ................................................................................................................................ 29
VENUE INFORMATION ................................................................................................................................ 30
VIDEOTAPING .............................................................................................................................................. 30
ANN ARBOR RESTAURANTS, HOTELS, & ENTERTAINMENT ........................................................................ 31
MAPS ........................................................................................................................................................... 33
ANN ARBOR MAP .................................................................................................................................... 33
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN MAP ............................................................................................................. 34
CHAMPIONSHIP PARKING MAP .............................................................................................................. 35
TEAM DROP OFF LOCATION.................................................................................................................... 36
CRISLER CENTER ...................................................................................................................................... 37
FLOOR LAYOUT MAP ............................................................................................................................... 38
TEAM LOCKER ROOM LAYOUT................................................................................................................ 39
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APPENDIXES ................................................................................................................................................ 40
CODE OF ETHICS FOR JUDGES AND COACHES OF NCAA MEN’S GYMNASTICS CHAMPIONSHIPS .......... 40
TRAVEL INFORMATION/ROSTER/BANQUET ........................................................................................... 41
“FLOOR ACCESS ONLY” CREDENTIAL REQUEST ...................................................................................... 42
MARCH-IN ORDER ................................................................................................................................... 43
ORDER OF COMPETITION FORM............................................................................................................. 44
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INTRODUCTION
Congratulations! Your team has qualified for the 2014 National Collegiate Men’s Gymnastics
National Qualifier to be held on Thursday, April 10, 2014.
This participant manual will be helpful as a guide to the policies and procedures governing the
administration and conduct of this championship event. Further, this manual will provide
specific information on hotel arrangements, travel, tickets, event schedules and other
important championship information.
The top quality of this championship is only superseded by the excellent achievement on the
gym floor. Similar to your team, we understand that thorough preparation is the key to success.
That is why we are excited about the upcoming championship. Good luck and we will see you
soon!
CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY
1982 Nebraska
1984 UCLA
1986 Arizona State
1988 Nebraska
1990 Nebraska
1992 Stanford
1994 Nebraska
1996 Ohio State
1998 Cal
2000 Penn State
2002 Oklahoma
2004 Penn State
2006 Oklahoma
2008 Oklahoma
2010 Michigan
2012 Illinois
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1983 Nebraska
1985 Ohio State
1987 UCLA
1989 Illinois
1991 Oklahoma
1993 Stanford
1995 Stanford
1997 California
1999 Michigan
2001 Ohio State
2003 Oklahoma
2005 Oklahoma
2007 Penn State
2009 Stanford
2011 Stanford
2013 Michigan
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CHAMPIONSHIP DIRECTORY
David A. Brandon
(734) 764-9416
[email protected]
Shelly Fabrizio
(734) 615-4439
[email protected]
Alma E. Davila Toro
(734) 936-5007
[email protected]
Kurt Golder
(734) 647-6420
[email protected]
CRISLER CENTER FACILITY MANAGER
Damon Grosz
(734) 763-0750
[email protected]
NCAA MEN’S GYMNASTICS LIAISON
Connie Israel
(317) 989-3665
[email protected]
NCAA MEN’S GYMNASTICS COMMITTEE CHAIR
Mark Williams
(405) 325-8341
[email protected]
Scott Kemp
(734) 647-8175
[email protected]
THE DONALD R. SHEPHERD DIRECTOR
OF ATHLETICS
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS &
EVENT MANAGEMENT
TOURNAMENT MANAGER
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN HEAD COACH
MEDIA COORDINATOR
ATHLETIC TRAINING
DRUG TESTING COORDINATOR
TICKET MANAGER
PRODUCTION MANAGER
Chelsea Larsen
(734) 764-8458
[email protected]
Bill Shinavier
(734) 764-8458
[email protected]
Brent Papenfuss
(734) 764-0247
[email protected]
Ryan Duey
(734) 647-2582
[email protected]
MARKETING & PROMOTIONS
Jake Stocker
TECHNICAL DIRECTOR
Mike Juszczyk
(305) 321-3676
[email protected]
FLOOR MANAGER
Ragine Dvorak
(734) 647-4842
[email protected]
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(734) 615-2025
[email protected]
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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
(all times are Eastern time zone)
TBD
Facility available for scheduled practices
Wednesday, April 9, 2014 PRACTICE DAY
TBD
Media Day (Press Conferences scheduled by teams)
Press Lounge
8:00am
Training Room Opens
Michigan Stadium
9:00am-10:00am Mandatory Coaches Meeting
Junge Center
9:00am-11:00 am Open Practice
Crisler Center
11:00am-2:00pm Session I Practice (media interviews to follow)
Crisler Center
2:00pm-5:00pm
Session II Practice (media interviews to follow)
Crisler Center
5:45pm
Team Photo
Football Tunnel
6:30pm-8:15pm
NCAA/CGA Awards Banquet
JRSC Level 400
Thursday, April 10, 2014 NATIONAL QUALIFIER
8:00am
Training Room Opens
Michigan Stadium
9:00am-10:00am Open Practice
Crisler Center
9:30am-10:30am Judges Meeting
Training Table Room
10:00am-11:28am Open Warm-up (Session I)
Crisler Center
11:29am-12:46pm Controlled Warm-up (Session I)
Crisler Center
11:30am
Arena doors open for Session I
Crisler Center
1:00pm-3:30pm
NCAA SESSION I COMPETITION
Crisler Center
4:00pm-5:28pm
Open Warm-up (Session II)
Crisler Center
5:29pm-6:46pm
Controlled Warm-up (Session II)
Crisler Center
5:30pm
Arena doors open for Session II
Crisler Center
6:00pm-6:30pm
Judges Meeting
Training Table Room
7:00pm-9:30pm
NCAA SESSION II COMPETITION
Crisler Center
9:30pm-9:45pm
Draw Meeting
Competition Floor
Friday, April 11, 2014 TEAM & ALL-AROUND FINALS, INDIVIDUAL EVENT PRELIMINARIES
8:00am
Training Room Opens
Michigan Stadium
9:00am-12:00pm Open Practice
Crisler Center
9:00am-10:00am NCAA Coaches/CGA Meeting
Junge Center
3:00pm
Training Room Opens
Michigan Stadium
4:00pm-5:14pm
Open Warm-up (Session III)
Crisler Center
5:15pm-6:38pm
Controlled Warm-up (Session III)
Crisler Center
5:30pm
Arena Doors Open for Session III
Crisler Center
5:30pm-6:00pm
Judges Meeting
Training Table Room
7:00pm-9:30pm
NCAA SESSION III COMPETITION
Crisler Center
9:30pm-9:45pm
Awards Presentation (All Around & Team)
Crisler Center
Saturday, April 12, 2014 INDIVIDUAL EVENT FINALS
4:00pm
Training Room Opens
Michigan Stadium
5:30pm-6:50pm
Open Warm-up (Session IV)
Crisler Center
5:30pm
Arena Doors Open for Session IV
Crisler Center
6:00pm-6:30pm
Judges Meeting
Training Table Room
7:00pm-9:00pm
NCAA SESSION IV COMPETITION
Crisler Center
Awards presented after first three events and at end meet
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PRACTICE/WARM-UP ROTATIONS AND ORDER OF COMPETITION
TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 2014
Teams must schedule practices with the Ragine Dvorak by Friday, April 4.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 2014
Open Practice
Session I Practice
9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Wednesday practice sessions are open. However, each team will be assigned 17-minute
rotations to the parallel bars. Rotations will match the session warm-up rotations. Individual
all-around and event qualifiers will warm-up on the parallel bars with their assigned team for
the national qualifier.
Parallel Bar Schedule
Rotation
Open
D
C
B
A
F
E
Open
Start
11 a.m.
11:33 a.m.
11:50 a.m.
12:07 p.m.
12:24 p.m.
12:41 p.m.
12:58 p.m.
1:15 p.m.
Session II Practice
End
11:33 a.m.
11:50 a.m.
12:07 p.m.
12:24 p.m.
12:41 p.m.
12:58 p.m.
1:15 p.m.
2 p.m.
2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Parallel Bar Schedule
Rotation
Open
D
C
B
A
F
E
Open
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Start
2 p.m.
2:33 p.m.
2:50 p.m.
3:07 p.m.
3:24 p.m.
3:41 p.m.
3:58 p.m.
4:15 p.m.
End
2:33 p.m.
2:50 p.m.
3:07 p.m.
3:24 p.m.
3:41 p.m.
3:58 p.m.
4:15 p.m.
5 p.m.
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THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 2014
Open Practice
9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Session I Warm-Up
11:29 a.m.
11:41 a.m.
F
A
B
C
D
E
11:42 a.m.
11:54 a.m.
E
F
A
B
C
D
11:55 a.m.
12:07 p.m.
D
E
F
A
B
C
12:08 p.m.
12:20 p.m.
C
D
E
F
A
B
12:21 p.m.
12:33 p.m.
B
C
D
E
F
A
12:34 p.m.
12:46 p.m.
A
B
C
D
E
F
Session I National Qualifier
1:00 p.m.
Rot.
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
C
Jakob Welsh
Temple (AA)
D
Chris Junghans
Navy (AA)
B
Jon Rydzefski
Temple (AA)
E
Mitchell Larios
Navy
F
Jonathon Tang
Navy
F
Jonathon Tang
Navy
E
Mitchell Larios
Navy
D
A
Chris Junghans
Navy (AA)
F
Eric Morrison
Navy
E
C
Jakob Welsh
Temple (AA)
B
Jon Rydzefski
Temple (AA)
A
D
John Zirna
Springfield
C
Jakob Welsh
Temple (AA)
B
E
Andrew Potts
Navy
D
Eric Viscardi
Navy
Andrew Potts
Navy
Chris Junghans
Navy (AA)
Jon Rydzefski
Temple (AA)
Jakob Welsh
Temple (AA)
C
Jakob Welsh
Temple (AA)
B
D
John Zirna
Springfield
C
F
A
Chris Junghans
Navy (AA)
F
B
Jon Rydzefski
Temple (AA)
A
Jon Rydzefski
Temple (AA)
Jakob Welsh
Temple (AA)
B
Jon Rydzefski
Temple (AA)
A
Chris Junghans
Navy (AA)
F
Thomas Goodell
Navy
Joshua Steves
Navy
E
Evan Eigner
Temple
D
Ryan Ponce
Springfield
Pat Hanley
Springfield
E
Mitchell Larios
Navy
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C
Chris Junghans
Navy (AA)
THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 2014
SESSION II WARM-UP
5:29 p.m.
5:41 p.m.
F
A
B
C
D
E
5:42 p.m.
5:54 p.m.
E
F
A
B
C
D
5:55 p.m.
6:07 p.m.
D
E
F
A
B
C
6:08 p.m.
6:20 p.m.
C
D
E
F
A
B
6:21 p.m.
6:33 p.m.
B
C
D
E
F
A
6:34 p.m.
6:46 p.m.
A
B
C
D
E
F
Session II National Qualifier
7:00 p.m.
Rot.
A
1
Jess Glenn
Army (AA)
F
2
E
Joe Pritts
Army
D
Kip Webber
Army
C
3
4
5
B
Jason Gaides
UIC (AA)
6
9
B
Jason Gaides
UIC (AA)
C
D
Kip Webber
Army
E
Chris Short
Army
F
Leo Genders
Army
A
Jess Glenn
Army (AA)
F
Connor Venrik
Army
E
Lukasz Adamczyk
UIC
D
B
Jason Gaides
UIC (AA)
A
Jess Glenn
Army (AA)
F
D
Jacob Davies
Army
C
E
C
D
C
Jeremy Cahill
Army
B
Jason Gaides
UIC (AA)
A
Jess Glenn
Army (AA)
F
Brett Valin
UIC
E
Joe Pritts
Army
E
B
Jason Gaides
UIC (AA)
A
Jess Glenn
Army (AA)
F
Brett Valin
UIC
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D
Joseph Hodges
UIC
C
Jeremy Cahill
Army
B
Jason Gaides
UIC (AA)
A
Jess Glenn
Army (AA)
Individual Event Alternates
Alternates
All-Around
Jonathon
Tang Navy
Jon Zirna
Springfield
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Brendan Williams
Temple
Tucker McClure
Springfield
Connor Westrick
Navy
Pat Ryther
Springfield
Trent Jarrett
UIC
Eric Viscardi
Navy
Eric Viscardi
Navy
Leo Genders
Army
Alex Ganz
Army
Andrew Potts
Navy
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Michael York
Army
James Hennin
Springfield
FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 2014
Open Practice
9:00 a.m. to Noon
SESSION III WARM-UP
5:15 p.m.
5:28 p.m.
A
F
E
D
C
B
5:29 p.m.
5:42 p.m.
B
A
F
E
D
C
5:43 p.m.
5:56 p.m.
C
B
A
F
E
D
5:57 p.m.
6:10 p.m.
D
C
B
A
F
E
6:11 p.m.
6:24 p.m.
E
D
C
B
A
F
6:25 p.m.
6:38 p.m.
F
E
D
C
B
A
Session III Team & All-Around Finals, Individual Event Preliminaries
7:00 p.m.
1
2
F
E
D
C
B
A
A
F
E
D
C
B
3
B
A
F
E
D
C
4
5
6
C
B
A
F
E
D
D
C
B
A
F
E
E
D
C
B
A
F
SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 2014
Session IV Open Warm-Up
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5:30 p.m. to 6:50 p.m.
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NATIONAL QUALIFIER
QUALIFICATION
The top 10 teams, in addition to the conference champions from the Big Ten Conference and
the Eastern College Athletic Conference, the top five all-around competitors who are not
members of a selected team, and the top five individuals per event who are not members of a
selected team or have not already been selected in the all-around, will compete in the national
qualifying meet. The next two alternates will be identified for each event and will be inserted if
a scratch occurs. Not more than 15 competitors may represent any one institution.
TIES
Ties will be broken using the following guidelines (in priority order):
NATIONAL QUALIFIER — TEAM
1.
Conference championship score;
2.
Highest away score; and
3.
Second highest away score. Keep evaluating regular-season scores until the tie
has been broken.
NATIONAL QUALIFIER — INDIVIDUAL
1.
Ties will not be broken. All tied individuals will be invited to attend the national
qualifier.
MEET FORMAT
The meet format will consist of six rotations of six groups.
INDIVIDUAL QUALIFIERS
Student-athletes who qualify as individuals in the all-around and individual events will be
placed with one of the six teams in each session of the national qualifier. Every attempt will be
made to keep members of the same team in the same session. The individual qualifiers will
perform first on each apparatus.
JUDGING
Four judges will be used for each event.
SEEDING
At the national qualifier, the national qualifying average will be used to determine the seeding
of teams in each session. The highest qualifying team in each session will be given first choice of
starting position. Then, the second-highest qualifying team in each session will be asked to
choose its starting event, followed by the third-highest team, etc.
Teams that do not enter their scores on the CGA computer on time may not get to choose
according to their seeding. If the host institution is participating in the team portion, its entire
group will compete in Session II. If the host institution does not qualify as a team, the No. 1
seed will get to select their session.
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GROUPING
Group One: Seed Nos. 1, 4, 5, 8, 9 and 12
Group Two: Seed Nos. 2, 3, 6, 7, 10 and 11
WARM-UP
There will be a controlled warm-up on the competition floor. Each group will have 12 minutes
per event and a one-minute transition time.
Equipment may be adjusted and prepared, but teams cannot warm up until cued by the
announcer. This will be strictly enforced and a penalty may be applied for violations. Each group
will finish its warm-up on the apparatus it has drawn as its first competition event.
A three-minute warm-up will be allowed before each rotation.
LINEUP CHANGES
Official roster changes may be made up until the timed warm-ups for the national qualifier
begin. Communicate all roster changes to ProScore.
COMPETITION FORMAT
All six events in the national qualifier sessions will be in progress simultaneously. Five gymnasts
may compete on each event, with all scores per event counting toward the team score. When a
sixth competitor performs to complete the all-around, his score only counts for the all-around
and not for the team score.
Two public address announcers will control the flow of competition. At the start of each
rotation, Announcer One will announce the first competitors on floor exercise and pommel
horse. Announcer Two will immediately announce the first competitors on vault and parallel
bars. Announcer One will announce the first still rings competitor after the completion of the
first floor exercise or pommel horse routine, whichever finishes first. Announcer Two will
announce the first horizontal bar routine after the completion of the first vault or parallel bar
routine, whichever finishes first. This format will be continued until all events have finished for
the rotation.
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NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
TEAM FINALS, ALL-AROUND FINALS AND INDIVIDUAL EVENT PRELIMS
QUALIFICATION
Three teams and the top three all-around competitors not on one of the qualifying teams, plus
the top three individuals on each event not already qualified on a team or as an all-around
competitor, will advance from each qualifying session to the championships. Not more than 15
competitors may represent any one institution. March-in will be limited to 15 individuals. Any
participant in the championships is eligible to win an award for any event.
TIES
Ties will be broken using the following guidelines (in priority order):
CHAMPIONSHIP — TEAM
1.
The National Qualifying Average score; and
2.
The National Qualifying score from the prelims.
CHAMPIONSHIP — ALL-AROUND
1.
Highest qualifier individual-event place; and
2.
Next highest individual-event score, etc., until the tie is broken.
PRELIMINARY INDIVIDUAL — EVENT
1.
National qualifying average.
MEET FORMAT
The meet format will consist of six rotations of six groups. Each group will consist of one team,
one event specialist and one all-around competitor. The No. 1-ranked event specialist and allaround competitor from Session I will compete with the No. 1-ranked team from Session I, the
No. 2 event specialist and all-around competitor with the No. 2 team, etc. The event specialist
will compete in the first position, followed by the all-around competitor and then the team.
JUDGING
Four judges will be used for each event.
STARTING EVENT
The starting event for the six teams participating in the national championships will be decided
immediately after the evening session of the national qualifier. If a coach is not available to
select his team’s starting position, the team will be assigned its starting position after all other
coaches present have selected. Positions for the team finals will be determined as follows:
First choice — Session winner with highest score from the national qualifier
Second choice — Other session winner
Third choice — Second-place team from the same session as the team with the highest score
Fourth choice — Other second-place team
Fifth choice — Third-place team from the same session as the team with the highest score
Sixth choice — Other third-place team
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WARM-UP
There will be a controlled warm-up on the competition floor. This warm-up will be restricted to
five members from the qualified teams plus the one event specialist and one all-around
competitor. The individual-event alternate will be allowed to warm up during open warm up
but must remain in the stands once the controlled warm-up begins. Each group will have 13
minutes per event and a one-minute transition time.
Equipment may be adjusted and prepared, but teams cannot warm up until cued by the
announcer. This will be strictly enforced and a penalty may be applied for violations. Each group
will finish its warm-up on the apparatus it has drawn as its first competition event.
A three-minute warm-up will be allowed before each rotation.
LINE-UP CHANGES
Official roster changes may be made up until the timed warm-ups for the Team Finals begin.
Communicate all roster changes to ProScore.
COMPETITION FORMAT
The public address announcers will announce the first competitors on floor exercise, pommel
horse and still rings. When the floor exercise competitor completes his routine, the vault
performer will be announced; when the pommel horse competitor dismounts, the parallel bars
competitor will be announced; when the still rings competitor dismounts, the horizontal bar
competitor will be announced. Throughout the competition, three competitors will be
competing at the same time.
AWARDS
The all-around and team awards will be presented at the end of the competition session.
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NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
INDIVIDUAL EVENT FINALS
QUALIFICATION
The scores from individual-event preliminaries will be used to advance 10 individuals in each
event. Ties resulting in more than 10 finalists will not be allowed. One alternate per event will
be allowed. No scores will be carried into the individual finals.
Once the event begins, no substitutions will be made. No more than four gymnasts from any
one team may be a finalist on the same event.
TIES
Ties will be broken using the following guidelines (in priority order):
CHAMPIONSHIP INDIVIDUAL — EVENT
1.
Score from the national qualifier
2.
National qualifying average.
3.
D Score from national qualifier.
DRAW
Competitive placement for individual-event finals will be done by a computer draw. The top five
scores will compete last in a random order. The bottom five preliminary scores will go first in a
random order. Ties will be resolved before the random draw.
Provision has been made to ensure any competitor who qualifies for more than one event
being run simultaneously will have at least eight performers between his performances.
JUDGES
Each event will use six judges; two D+E and four E judges. The middle four scores will be
averaged to arrive at the final score.
WARM-UP
There will be an open warm-up prior to the Individual Event Finals session. At the conclusion of
the first-half performances, there will be a five-minute warm-up period.
SCRATCHES
Communicate scratches from the Individual Event Finals to ProScore.
COMPETITION FORMAT
Floor exercise, pommel horse and still rings will be contested in the first half of the competition.
One event will be conducted at a time. Vault, parallel bars and horizontal bar will be contested
in the second half of the competition. One event will be conducted at a time.
AWARDS
Floor exercise, pommel horse and still rings awards will be presented immediately following the
conclusion of these events. Vault, parallel bars and horizontal bar will be presented following
the conclusion of these events.
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ACCOMMODATIONS
TEAM HOTELS
Two hotels have been designated as team hotels. Each institution is responsible for contacting
the hotel directly and making its own special arrangements for meeting rooms, meals and other
functions.
Sheraton Ann Arbor Hotel
Kensington Court Ann Arbor Hotel
ADDITIONAL INFO Daily Deluxe Continental
Breakfast included in room rate;
complimentary Internet Access; all guest
rooms feature refrigerator, microwave oven
and laptop safe; ample free parking for cars,
vans and buses.
ADDITIONAL INFO Daily Continental
Breakfast included in room rate;
complimentary Internet Access; all guest
rooms feature refrigerator, coffee maker,
and iron; walking distance to Briarwood
Mall; indoor pool, sauna, Jacuzzi and
exercise facility.
AIRPORT TO SHERATON
AIRPORT TO KENSINGTON COURT
3200 Boardwalk
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Phone: (734) 929-3493
Director of Sales – Caroen Badge
Cost per room: $129.00 + 11% tax
Take Interstate 94 West towards Chicago
to approximately 25 miles. Proceed to
State Street (Exit 177) and turn right
(north) onto State Street. Turn right on
Victor's Way (first street). Continue one
block and turn left on Boardwalk Street.
The hotel will be on the left.
SHERATON TO CRISLER CENTER
Depart Boardwalk Drive toward E
Eisenhower Parkway. Turn right on E
Eisenhower Parkway and then turn left
onto S Industrial Boulevard. Turn left
onto E Stadium Boulevard. Once you
cross the Stadium Boulevard Bridge, turn
right on Kipke Drive.
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610 Hilton Boulevard
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Phone: (734) 761-7800
Director of Sales – Sara F. Mitchell
Cost per room: $99.00 + 11% tax
Take Interstate 94 West towards Chicago
to approximately 25 miles. Proceed to
State Street (Exit 177) and turn right
(north) onto State Street and left at first
available left turn (Briarwood). The hotel
will be on the left.
KENSINGTON COURT
TO CRISLER CENTER
Start going east on Hilton Boulevard
toward State Street. Turn left onto South
State Street. Turn right onto Stimson
Street and then take your second left
onto South Industrial Highway. Turn left
onto East Stadium Boulevard. Once you
cross the Stadium Boulevard Bridge, turn
right on Kipke Drive.
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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
ATHLETIC MEDICINE
TO:
Men’s Gymnastics Athletic Trainers
FR:
Bill Shinavier, MS, AT, ATC, CSCS
RE:
MEDICAL INFORMATION FOR 2014 NCAA MENS GYMNASTICS CHAMPIONSHIPS
On behalf of the University of Michigan Athletic Department, I would like to welcome you and
your team to Ann Arbor for the 2014 NCAA Men’s Gymnastics Championship.
The following items will be available to you and your staff during your visit:
•
Certified Athletic Trainer present for all practices, competitions. EMS on site for all
practices, competitions. Physician on site for all competitions. Therapeutic Modalities
available in the athletic training room.
The following equipment will be located on the competition floor:
• Water, Powerade, ice, cups, towels, OSHA kits. Water, Powerade, and ice will be
available in the locker room.
The Athletic Training Room is located in Michigan Stadium and is easily accessible through the
Crisler Center. Please refer to the Schedule of Events for Athletic Training Room operating
hours. The training room will be open for one hour after the completion of each session.
IF YOU ARE TRAVELING WITHOUT A CERTIFIED ATHLETIC TRAINER, A PRESCRIPTION FOR THE
USE OF MODALITIES WITH SPECIFIED PARAMETERS WILL BE NECESSARY FOR TREATMENT.
TELEPHONE NUMBERS
Athletic Trainer (Primary Contact)
Athletic Training Coordinator
Team Physician (Ortho)
Primary Care
UNIVERSITY HEALTH SERVICES
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
Chelsea Larsen
Bill Shinavier
Dr. Eileen Crawford
Dr. Dan Hendrickson
Emergency Room
734.260.6328
734.223.4347
734.930.7400
734.764.0531
734.764.8320
734.936.6666
If you have any special needs or concerns prior to or during your stay, please do not hesitate to
contact us.
Sincerely,
Bill Shinavier, MS, AT, ATC, CSCS
Athletic Training Coordinator
[email protected]
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Chelsea Larsen, MS, AT, ATC, CSCS
Athletic Trainer
[email protected]
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AWARDS
Ties in the team, all-around and individual event competition at the national championships will
not be broken. The NCAA National Office will order duplicate awards.
FRIDAY
At the completion of Friday’s competition the following will be awarded:
1. The top eight all-around
2. The top four teams
SATURDAY
The top eight in each event will receive awards. The individual event
awards will be presented at the conclusion of each group of events [floor
exercise, pommel horse and rings] and [vault, parallel bars and horizontal
bar].
BANQUET
The NCAA/CGA Awards Banquet will take place Wednesday, April 9, 2014 at the address below.
Tickets are $30/person. On your team roster (page 41), simply mark those attending the
banquet with a B. Please make checks payable to The University of Michigan Athletic
Department. All teams must pay to attend; teams/individuals who qualify for the national
championships will receive per diem to assist in covering the cost of the banquet.
MICHIGAN STADIUM
Jack Roth Stadium Club 400 Level
1201 S. Main St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
SCHEDULE
5:45 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
Doors Open for Seating
Team Photos
Banquet Begins
Again this year, each team will have a team photo taken prior to the start of the banquet. We
will supply each team member in the picture with a copy prior to their departure from Ann
Arbor.
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CREDENTIALS
The Travel Information/Roster/Banquet Form is to be submitted to the host institution by
Thursday, April 3 at 5:00 p.m. (EST). Team credentials will be issued from this list. All
credentials will designate name and affiliation.
Team: Each team may receive 15 participant credentials (with 3 being paid for by the
institution) and six non-participants (i.e., coaches, trainer and manager). This is for the travel
party. Each team may also request up to two additional credentials for institutional
administrators.
Up to six “Floor Access Only” credentials may be provided to student-athletes who are not
listed as part of the travel party. Floor access credentials are only good for access to the floor
during open practice sessions. Official roster changes may be made up until the timed warmups begin for both the National Qualifier and the National Championships. Communicate all
roster changes to ProScore. Credentials of athletes removed from your official roster should be
presented at the time the change is made, and a new student athlete credential will be
provided for the alternate.
Once a controlled warm-up period begins, only 21 members of the travel party may be on the
floor.
An issued credential may not be given to another team member or individual. Institutions must
purchase a ticket for any individual over the travel party of 23.
INDIVIDUAL Institutions with one to four participants will receive four non-participant
credentials. Institutions with five to 10 participants will receive five non-participant credentials.
Institutions with 11 or 15 participants will receive six non-participant credentials.
One additional credential may be requested for an administrator.
MEDIA To request media credentials and information please contact Scott Kemps, Men’s
Gymnastics Media Relations contact, by phone at (734) 647-8175 or through email at
[email protected]
DESIGNATED TEAM AREAS
Team participants must remain in their designated seating area during the championships
competition. Only competitors performing or preparing to perform (the next competitor) will
be exempt. There will be a 0.3 point deduction on the team score for each violation after an
initial warning by the Technical Director or a member of the national committee.
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DRUG TESTING
NCAA championship committees, following a recommendation from the NCAA drug-testing
subcommittee, have discontinued the practice of announcing whether drug testing will be
conducted at NCAA championship events.
Although knowing prior to competition whether NCAA drug testing was to occur had value for
reasons of convenience, it left open the possibility that student-athletes might be tempted to
use banned substances if they knew that NCAA testing was not being conducted at the site of
competition.
Therefore, all coaches and student-athletes should presume that NCAA drug testing will occur
at this championship event. Please inform your student-athletes that in the event they are
notified of their selection for drug testing, the student-athlete must inform an official
representative of your institution (e.g. coach, athletics trainer) before proceeding to the drugtesting site. Student-athletes will be reminded by the courier to contact their team
representative.
ELITE 89 ACADEMIC RECOGNITION PROGRAM
The Elite 89 award is presented to the student-athlete with the highest cumulative grade-point
average competing at the finals site for each of the NCAA’s 89 championships. Each institution
that has at least one student-athlete qualify for the finals round/site is eligible to nominate a
student-athlete to win the award for that championship. All ties are broken by number of
credits completed. For more information regarding this program, please contact Mark Bedics or
Andrew Cardamone at [email protected] or 317/917-6222. All documents, including deadlines
and nomination forms can be obtained at the following location – Elite 89 forms. You must be
logged into the site to access the page. The submission deadline for nomination for men’s
gymnastics is Friday, April 4 at 1 p.m. Eastern Time.
EQUIPMENT
The equipment to be used in the championships will be furnished by American Athletic, Inc.
(AAI). All equipment used on the competition floor will be supplied by the official equipment
company. A list of equipment is available on ncaa.org. Please note the University of Michigan
will use a gymnastics podium for this championship.
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EVACUATION PLAN
In the event of an emergency developing within Crisler Center, Event Team Members will be
called upon to assist in the safe evacuation of guests from the premises. Panic is one of the
major causes of injury in an evacuation. By acting in a calm manner, our team can reduce the
panic, which naturally occurs when people are confronted with the possibility of injury or even
death. In the event of an emergency evacuation for any reason, the following is the protocol for
all Event Team Members:
TICKET TAKERS
-
Ticket Takers designated as “stay” Ticket Takers should report to the exterior door they
are assigned to.
If other Ticket Takers are still in the arena, they should also report to the exterior gate
that they are assigned to.
Should ensure that all doors are opened.
Should ensure that all doors are free of obstructions.
Should direct guests in the opposite direction and away from any danger.
USHERS
-
Should ensure that all portals are free of obstructions and not blocked.
Ushers in the lower bowl should stand on the inner concourse outside of their assigned
sections and direct guests to the nearest exits.
Ushers in the upper bowl should stand on the outer concourse and direct guests to the
nearest exit.
Ushers in handicapped sections should ensure that guests with a disability or in a
wheelchair are the first guests escorted onto the concourse.
Ushers on the floor should direct any guests that come onto the floor to use the tunnel
exit.
TUNNEL TEAM MEMBERS
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Should assist with removing the team, media, band, staff and guests from the court
through the tunnel.
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HOSPITALITY
Hospitality rooms will be available for the following groups. Appropriate credentials are
required for admission.
VIP AND COACHES
JUDGES
MEDIA
STUDENT-ATHLETE
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Junge Center
Training Table Room
Crisler Center Media Room
Staging area just off the North Service Tunnel
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JUDGES
The selection of judges for the national qualifier and the national championships were made by
the NCAA Men’s Gymnastics Committee in conjunction with the NGJA. Assignments are:
SESSIONS I, II, AND III APRIL 10-11, 2014
Technical Director – Mike Juszczyk
D1/E1
D2/E2
Craig Nesbitt
Devin DeBacker
Ron Hill
Tom Kutz
Dan Bachman
Bob Cass
Adam Hattersley Justin Kreit
E3
Aaron Fortunato
Luke Baiungo
E4
Ben Fox
Jeremy Bourdette
Grant Osborne Bob Whitney
Mike Heberle
Chris Adams
Dave Johnson
Greg Kester
Evan Shaw
Reid Holbrook
Jonathan Conrad
Peter Graber Mike Hoskovec
Dave Eaton
SESSION IV - APRIL 12, 2014
Technical Director – Mike Juszczyk
D1/E1
Craig Nesbitt
Ron Hill
Dan Bachman
Bob Cass
Chris Adams
Greg Kester
D2/E2
Devin DeBacker
Tom Kutz
Adam Hattersley
Justin Kreit
Dave Johnson
Evan Shaw
E3
Aaron Fortunato
Luke Baiungo
Grant Osborne
Bob Whitney
Reid Holbrook
Jonathan Conrad
E4
Ben Fox
Jeremy Bourdette
Mike Heberle
Peter Graber
Mike Hoskovec
Dave Eaton
E5
Chris Adams
Evan Shaw
Dave Johnson
Tom Kutz
Adam Hattersley
Devin DeBacker
E6
Justin Kreit
Greg Kester
Bob Cass
Ron Hill
Craig Nesbitt
Dan Bachman
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LOCKER ROOMS
The Michigan home football locker room will be used by all teams for the duration of the
national championship. The locker room will be split into six sections and shared with individual
event specialists. Teams can also take advantage of the large training room located next door.
Signs with team/individual competitors’ names will be posted on the assigned locker room
space. Security personnel will be posted outside your locker room. Towels will also be
provided.
MARCH-IN CEREMONY
Judges march in first and are announced in event order.
For Session I, II and III, teams will march in and line up in alphabetical order by institution.
Individual qualifiers will march in with their assigned teams
For Session IV, the individual event finalists will line-up in Olympic order by their first event.
The national anthem will be played following introductions at all sessions.
MEETINGS
MANDATORY COACHES MEETING
The NCAA Men’s Gymnastics Committee will conduct a meeting of representatives of the
participating institutions to review tournament procedures and to distribute credentials.
This meeting will be held:
Date:
Wednesday, April 9
Time:
9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Location:
Junge Center
The following individuals from each participating institution are encouraged to attend this
meeting:
1. Head Coach (Mandatory)
2. Athletics Director, SWA or other designated administrator.
3. Sports Information Director
The head coach must submit the March-In and Order of Competition forms at this meeting. Precompetition forms may also be submitted but are not a requirement.
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THURSDAY NIGHT DRAW MEETING
Immediately following Session II, at the head table, a member of the men’s gymnastics
committee will conduct the draw for Friday’s competition. Head coaches must attend.
NCAA COACHES/CGA MEETING
An NCAA coaches/CGA meeting will be held at the Junge Center on Friday, April 11, 2014 at
9:00 a.m. The first portion of the meeting is required for all coaches who have an athlete that
qualifies for the Friday session. The second portion will be managed by the CGA. For this
meeting, please park in the athletic department parking lot located immediately outside the
North Service Tunnel of Crisler Center.
MERCHANDISE
Official National Collegiate Men’s Gymnastics Championships merchandise will be on sale at M
Den locations within the arena throughout the weekend’s events.
MISCONDUCT/ETHICAL BEHAVIOR BY
COACHES/SPORTSMANSHIP/SPORTS WAGERING
CRITICISM OF OFFICIALS Members of the coaching staff or other representatives of
participating institutions or conferences shall not make public statements critical of officiating
in any NCAA championship event. Failure to comply with this policy may subject the individual,
institution or conference to the misconduct provisions of Bylaw 31.1.10.
ADMINISTRATIVE MEETING Each games committee shall hold an administrative meeting with
the coaches of participating institutions to review and explain the policies related to
misconduct.
HEARING OPPORTUNITY An act of misconduct may be found upon an administrative hearing
granted to the student-athlete or the institutional representative involved by the governing
sports committee or the games committee authorized to act for it.
MISCONDUCT INCIDENT TO COMPETITION If the act of misconduct occurs during the
competition, under normal circumstances the individual shall be allowed to complete the
competition in which he or she is participating at the time of the incident. An administrative
hearing shall be held at the conclusion of the day’s competition, during a break in the continuity
of the championship (e.g., between rounds of a basketball tournament) when no competition is
being conducted or at the conclusion of the championship. However, if the act of misconduct is
so flagrant that it obviously violates the principles of fair play and sportsmanship, the games
committee may immediately withdraw the student-athlete or institutional representative from
the competition and conduct the hearing after this action. Other acts of misconduct may be
dealt with at the governing sports committee’s convenience.
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ETHICAL BEHAVIOR BY COACHES
Members of the coaching profession have certain inherent obligations and responsibilities to
the profession, to the student-athletes and to all those with whom they come into contact.
Coaches are expected to be role models who conduct themselves with integrity and high ethical
standards at all times.
The words and actions of a coach carry tremendous influence, particularly on the young people
under his or her direction. It is, thus, imperative that he or she demonstrate and demand high
principles of sportsmanship and ethical behavior.
SPORTSMANSHIP
The primary goal of the rules is to maximize the safety and enjoyment of the student-athlete.
Sportsmanship is a key part of that goal. Sportsmanship should be a core value in behavior of
players and bench personnel, in crowd control by game management and in the officials’
proper enforcement of the rules governing related actions.
SPORTS WAGERING
The NCAA defines sports wagering as putting something at risk – such as an entry fee or a
wager – with the opportunity to win something in return. The NCAA opposes all forms of legal
and illegal sports wagering on college sports. Student athletes and athletics administrators
cannot place a sports wager for any NCAA-sanctioned sport. This includes wagering on the
intercollegiate, amateur or professional level.
A student-athlete involved in sports wagering on the student-athlete’s institution permanently
loses all remaining-regular season and postseason eligibility in all sports. A student-athlete who
is involved in any sports wagering activity that involves college sports or professional athletics,
through Internet gambling, a bookmaker, a parlay card or any other method employed by
organized gambling, will be ineligible for all regular-season and postseason competition for at
least one year.
In championships in which a bracket format is used, student-athletes, coaches and
administrators may not participate in bracket competitions where there is both a required
entry fee and an opportunity to win a prize. Student-athletes and administrators may
participate under current NCAA rules, in bracket contests where there is no entry fee but a
possibility of winning a prize. Some NCAA member schools, however, have chosen to ban
student-athletes from participating in these types of bracket contests.
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PARKING
CAR/VAN PARKING: Team parking is located near the north service tunnel entrance to Crisler
Center. Parking passes will be included in your team packet that can be picked up at practice on
Wednesday. Teams will be directed to park in the slots that are marked with blue signs:
MICHIGAN ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT.
BUS DROP OFF AND PARKING: Team buses will drop off teams at the Michigan Stadium
Football Tunnel and will be asked to leave the lot during weekday business hours.
SPECTATOR PARKING: Please see map on page 35.
PARKING FOR GUEST WITH A DISABILITY: Accessible parking will be available outside the NE
entrance of Crisler and requires a state-issued disability parking placard. Convenience parking is
located on the football stadium concourse and will be accessed through Gate 3 (along Stadium
Blvd.). Vehicles must turn left on Kipke Dr. off of Stadium Boulevard and will then be directed
toward Gate 3 via Stadium Way to access this area. Only persons with a state-issued disability
placard will be allowed to access this parking lot. Please note that the availability for this area is
limited.
PRESS CONFERENCES
After the official practice sessions on Wednesday, April 9, University of Michigan Athletic
Communications staff will conduct a brief videotaped interview with each Head Coach and
select student-athletes. These interviews will be made available to the media, posted on our
official NCAA championships website and be available to send to each institution’s home
website.
There will also be a post event press conference held in the Crisler Center media room. A
University of Michigan media relations staff member will coordinate with each team’s staff for
access to requested coaches and student-athletes.
MEDIA To request media credentials and additional information please contact Scott Kemps,
Media Coordinator, by e-mail at [email protected]
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STUDENT-ATHLETE PARTICIPANT AWARD
An apparel item again will be among the participation awards
being provided to student-athletes who qualify to compete in the
national championship this year. A maximum of 12 student-athlete
awards and two coaches awards will be provided at no cost to the
institution.
These items will be sent to the institution for distribution after the
conclusion of the championship. The NCAA, in conjunction with PPI
Sports, Inc., will communicate directly to participating institutions’
head coaches regarding the ordering and delivery process of these
participation awards. In order to ensure that each participant
receives his or her award, we ask that you respond to Mark Williams at PPI with the appropriate
sizes to be ordered. You will be able to do so after receiving instructions in an email from
PPI. If, for some reason, you fail to receive information for ordering awards within two weeks
after your event, please contact Mr. Williams, or Connie Israel at the NCAA.
If you would like to purchase additional awards, or have questions with the ordering process,
please contact Mr. Williams at 612/379-3859 or [email protected]
TICKET INFORMATION
Each participating school will have the opportunity to purchase tickets. The University of
Michigan’s Ticket Manager, Brent Papenfuss, will be in contact with each school to confirm the
ticket needs for the Championship.
Ticket prices are as follows:
All-Session
Adult
Youth/ Student
Group (10 or more)
$28
$20
$16
Single-Session
National Qualifier
$10
$7
$5
Single-Session
National Championships
$10
$7
$5
No complimentary tickets are permitted for NCAA Championship competition. NCAA policies
and legislation regarding the administration of players' tickets per Bylaw 16.2 will be followed
to the letter. Individuals using players' tickets should be instructed to enter through the
Northeast Entrance of Crisler Center.
The University of Michigan can have representatives available to handle your will call - with
arrangements made in advance. Each institution will be billed for all tickets requested.
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VENUE INFORMATION
Venue Name
Location
Seating Capacity
Crisler Center
333 E. Stadium Blvd. Ann Arbor, MI 48109
12,721
CRISLER ARENA -- now known as Crisler Center with the addition of the William Davidson
Player Development Center -- has been the location for Michigan athletic events for 45 years.
The men's basketball team has called Crisler its home since the arena opened in December
1967, and the women's basketball team has used the arena since its inaugural season as a
varsity sport in 1973-74. U-M wrestling and gymnastics have also called it home, while a
multitude of campus events and concerts have been held at the facility over the years.
DIRECTIONS TO CRISLER CENTER
FROM DETROIT METRO AIRPORT AND POINTS EAST Take I-94 west to Ann Arbor-Saline Road
(exit 175). Turn right and follow Ann Arbor- Saline Road as it turns into Main Street, going north
for approximately 1 1/2 miles. Crisler Center is located near the northeast corner of Main and
Stadium Boulevard next to Michigan Stadium. The parking lot for Crisler can be entered from
two locations.
Turn right immediately after Michigan Stadium onto E. Keech Avenue and turn right into the lot
just past Michigan Stadium, or turn right onto Stadium Boulevard and turn left into the parking
lot immediately after Crisler Center.
FROM CHICAGO AND POINTS WEST Take I-94 east to Ann Arbor-Saline Road (exit 175). Turn
left and follow Ann Arbor-Saline Road as it turns into Main Street, going north for
approximately 1 1/2 miles. Crisler Center is located near the northeast corner of Main and
Stadium Boulevard next to Michigan Stadium. Turn right immediately after Michigan Stadium
onto E. Keech Avenue and turn right into the lot just past Michigan Stadium, or turn right onto
Stadium Boulevard and turn left into the parking lot immediately after Crisler Center.
FROM TOLEDO AND POINTS SOUTH Take U.S. 23 north to I-94 west. Follow directions from
Detroit Metro Airport.
FROM FLINT AND POINTS NORTH Take U.S. 23 south to I-94 west. Follow directions from
Detroit Metro Airport.
VIDEOTAPING
Teams are permitted to videotape the events in which their team is competing from either their
coral or designated videotaping areas located on the Crisler Center map in this manual.
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ANN ARBOR RESTAURANTS, HOTELS, & ENTERTAINMENT
All area codes are 734, all locations are in Ann Arbor except where noted
Restaurant Name
Address
Phone
Pizza House
618 Church
995-5095
New York Pizza Depot
605 E William
669-6973
California Pizza Kitchen
870 Briarwood Circle
222-6320
The Original Cottage Inn
512 E. William
663-3379
Domino's
2282 S Main
332-1111
Little Caesar's
3000 Packard
971-0933
Bell's Pizza
700 Packard
995-0232
Type
Pizza
Fast Food and Subs
Teriyaki Time
Maize N Blue Deli
Sparrow Meat Market & Produce
Chipotle Mexican Grill
Five Guys Burgers & Fries
Red Robin
Buffalo Wild Wings
No Thai!
Mr. Spots
Noodles & Co
Panera Bread
Potbelly
Quizno's Classic Subs
Subway
Jimmy John's Sandwiches
Big Ten Burrito
314 Detroit Street
1329 S. University
407 N. Fifth Avenue
3354 Washtenaw
311 S. State Street
575 Briarwood Circle
205 S State
226 N. 4th Avenue
810 S State
320 S State
903 W Eisenhower
300 S State
108 S Main
530 S State
342 S State
810 S State
929-2272
996-0009
761-8175
975-9912
213-3483
997-9550
997-9143
213-0808
747-7768
327-9041
213-5800
205-7080
222-9383
994-5900
222-7000
222-4822
Family Dining
Zingerman’s Deli
Sava’s State Street Café
Frita Batidos
Casey’s Tavern
BD’s Monogolian Barbeque
Smoke House Blues Restaurant
Zingerman’s Roadhouse
Applebee’s
Joe’s Crab Shack
Old Town Tavern
Champion House Restaurant
Outback Steakhouse
Chili’s
IHOP Restaurant
Quarter Bistro
Max and Erma’s
422 Detroit Street
216 S. State Street
117 W. Washington
304 Depot Street
200 S. Main Street
4855 Washtenaw Ave
2501 Jackson Road
1005 W Eisenhower
3020 Lohr Road
122 W. Liberty
120 E. Liberty
3173 Oak Valley Drive
3795 Washtenaw
4221 Ellsworth Road
300 S Maple
445 E Eisenhower
663-3354
623-2233
761-2882
665-6775
913-0999
434-5554
663-3663
741-4851
662-7091
662-9291
741-8100
662-7400
973-6772
528-4467
929-9200
998-0505
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Mongolian Barbeque
Olive Garden
Romano’s Macaroni Grill
Angelo’s
Cottage Inn
200 S Main
445 E Eisenhower
3010 S State
1100 Catherine
512 E William
913-0999
663-6875
663-4433
761-8996
663-3379
Fine Dining
Gratzi
Prickly Pear Southwest Café
Real Seafood Co.
The Earle
Gandy Dancer
The Chop House
West End Grill
Pacific Rim
326 S Main
328 S Main
341 S. Main
121 W. Washington
401 Depot
322 S Main
120 W. Liberty
114 W. Liberty
663-6387
930-0047
769-7738
994-0211
769-0592
669-4373
747-6260
662-9303
Breakfast/Brunch
Tim Hortons
Afternoon Delight
Angelo’s Restaurant
1300 S. University Ave
251 E. Liberty
1100 Catherine Street
913-2653
665-7513
761-8996
Vegetarian Options
Seva Vegetarian Restaurant
Earthern Jar
Jazzie Veggie
314 E Liberty
311 S. Fifth Avenue
108 S. Main Street
662-1111
327-9464
222-0203
Baskin Robbins
Ben and Jerry’s
Stucchi’s
Washtenaw Dairy
Cupcake Station
1952 W Stadium
304 S State
3002 S State
602 S Ashley
120 E. Liberty Street
995-3131
665-4440
662-1700
769-1769
222-1801
Movie Theaters
Michigan Theater
Quality 16
Rave Cinemas
State Theater
603 E Liberty
3686 Jackson Rd
4100 Carpenter Rd,
233 S State
668-8397
623-7469
973-8380
761-8667
Shopping
Briarwood Mall
100 Briarwood Circle
761-9550
Ice Cream/Frozen
Yogurt/Sweets
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MAPS
ANN ARBOR MAP
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UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN MAP
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CHAMPIONSHIP PARKING MAP
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TEAM DROP OFF LOCATION
Teams should be dropped off just south of the Michigan Stadium Football Tunnel. An Event
Team Member will greet teams as they arrive to the home football locker room entrance.
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CRISLER CENTER
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FLOOR LAYOUT MAP
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TEAM LOCKER ROOM LAYOUT
MICHIGAN STADIUM HOME FOOTBALL LOCKER ROOM
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APPENDIXES
CODE OF ETHICS FOR JUDGES AND COACHES OF NCAA MEN’S GYMNASTICS CHAMPIONSHIPS
It is imperative to the dignity and growth of the sport of gymnastics that judges be well-educated in the
details of gymnastics and the current rules, and are thoroughly prepared for each assignment to cover
all possible circumstances. The following code of ethics for judges and coaches is mandated, and
coaches in violation may be subject to NCAA misconduct provisions.
QUALIFICATION: It is the duty of each judge to prepare himself thoroughly and constantly update his
preparation by recertifying his national card each year. He shall not accept any judging assignment for
which he does not feel well-qualified. All judges must be nationally certified. State-rated judges are not
acceptable for dual meets or tournaments.
APPEARANCE: Each judge shall be prompt and shall dress and conduct himself with the dignity
appropriate to his status. Coaches shall help set and maintain such standards. Judges shall wear a darkblue coat, gray slacks, and a shirt and tie.
ACTIVITIES: Each judge shall confine his activities to the purpose for which he is assigned. This does not
include coaching, demonstrating or recruiting. Coaches will not ask judges to double as coaches.
IMPARTIALITY: Every judge will avoid even the appearance of partisanship. For example, a judge will
avoid:
1. Judging a meet involving an institution he attends or at which he is employed in the athletic
department.
2. Judging any meet when he feels prejudiced toward any competing team.
3. Traveling with one of the competing teams to or from the meet, except on commercial
transportation.
4. Accepting overnight lodging invitations with competitors or coaches before or after a meet.
5. Accepting social invitations from the host coach before or after the meet, unless the opposing
coach also is included.
6. Giving any appearance, especially at the meet, of any particular friendship with any coach or
competitor.
7. Leaving the judges’ designated seating area during warm-ups.
COACHES’ RESTRICTIONS
Coaches will avoid even the appearance of courting partisanship or unprofessional behavior. For
example, coaches may not:
1. Discuss with judges before the meet the rules and their interpretations, unless the opposing
coach also is included.
2. Offer gifts, favors or privileges to judges that can be interpreted as attempts to influence their
judgments in favor of his team.
3. As home coaches, act as announcers of their own competition.
4. Make public statements critical of judging.
5. Each athlete/team must be accompanied by a paid member of the school’s gymnastics staff
unless prior arrangements have been approved by NCAA committee.
CONDUCT OF COMPETITION
1. It is the duty of officials and coaches to see that every gymnastics competition is conducted with
full regard for the safety of and justice to all competitors, and the edification and pleasure of the
spectators.
2. Judges must maintain appropriate separation, arrive at scores independently and adhere strictly
to score-flashing procedures in accordance with the NCAA modifications and FIG Code of Points.
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TRAVEL INFORMATION/ROSTER/BANQUET
Institution: ___________________________________________________________________
Contact and Cell Number: _______________________________________________________
ARRIVAL INFORMATION
Date___________ Time ___________ Flight # ___________
Check here if you are driving
Anticipated Arrival Time to the facility for Practice on Tuesday: _________________________
Number of vehicles you will have in Ann Arbor:
Bus ____
Van ____
Car ____
Hotel you will be staying at in Ann Arbor: ___________________________________________
INSTITUTIONAL DRUG TESTING REPRESENTATIVE (must be on site during championship)
Name: ________________________________________________________________
Contact’s Cell Number: ___________________________________________________
TEAM ROSTER Note: The official team roster may be changed up until the timed warm-ups begin.
Student-Athletes
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
NON-PARTICIPANTS
Name
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Banquet
Please mark those attending the banquet with a B
Banquet
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Please mark those attending the banquet with a B
Title (Coaches, Trainers, Managers, etc.)
Banquet
Administrator
Administrator
TOTAL NUMBER ATTENDING BANQUET
Note: if you plan on bringing more than 10 additional guests, please contact Alma Davila-Toro to check
on space availability.
______Additional Guests + ______ Official Travel Party x $30.00 = $___________
Make checks payable to the University of Michigan
Please fax or email by 5 p.m. (EST) on Thursday, April 3, 2014 to:
Alma Davila-Toro, Tournament Manager, [email protected], Fax: (734) 764-8329
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“FLOOR ACCESS ONLY” CREDENTIAL REQUEST
Up to six “Floor Access Only” credentials may be provided to student-athletes who are not
listed as part of the travel party. Floor access credentials are only good for access to the floor
during open practice sessions. Official roster changes may be made up until the timed warmups begin for both the National Qualifier and the National Championships. Communicate all
roster changes to ProScore. Credentials of athletes removed from your official roster must be
presented at the time the change is made, and a new student athlete credential will be
provided for the alternate.
Institution: ____________________________________________________________________
Contact and Cell Number: ________________________________________________________
1.
STUDENT ATHLETE NAME
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Please fax or email by 5 p.m. (EST) on Thursday, April 3, 2014 to:
Alma Davila-Toro, Tournament Manager, [email protected], Fax: (734) 764-8329
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MARCH-IN ORDER
INSTITUTION
HEAD COACH
ASSISTANT COACH(ES)
No.
Name
(Alphabetical by last name)
Phonetic Pronunciation
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Please have this form ready to hand in at the coaches meeting Wednesday, April 9, 2014.
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ORDER OF COMPETITION FORM
(Please Check One)
National Qualifier
Team Championship
Team:__________________________________________ Coach: ________________________
Order of appearance (1-5) on each event
GYMNAST
ALL
AROUND
FLOOR
EXERCISE
POMMEL
HORSE
RINGS
VAULT
PARALLEL
BARS
HORIZONTAL
BAR
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
One form must be completed prior to the National Qualifier and the Team Championship.
Please note that (15) gymnasts can compete from each team, however, the NCAA reimburses
for (12) gymnasts. The three additional gymnasts’ costs must be paid for by the institution.
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