What is considered Organized Competition?
The NCAA has nine examples of organized competition they are:
- Competition is scheduled in advance.
- Official score is kept.
- Individual or team standings or stats are recorded.
- Official timer or game officials are used.
- Admission is charged.
- Teams are regularly formed or rosters are predetermined.
- Team uniforms are used.
- The team or individual is sponsored.
- The competition is sponsored, promoted or administered by an individual, organization or other agency.
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