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Assistant Sports Information Director
Naval Academy Athletic Association
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About Naval Academy Athletic Association
The Naval Academy Athletic Association, founded in 1891 by Robert Means Thompson, is a 501C3 non-profit organization whose objective is to "promote, influence, and assist in financing the athletic contests of the midshipmen of the United States Naval Academy" in accordance with the policy of the Superintendent of the Academy. Through an intercollegiate athletic program that is one of the largest in the country, and a highly organized club sports program and intramural sports program, each midshipman, male and female, is afforded the opportunity to compete in athletics at a level commensurate with his or her abilities. The emphasis on physical fitness is borne out in the first line of the mission of the Naval Academy: To develop midshipmen morally, mentally and physically. The current goals of the NAAA are as follows: Reinforce the educational and moral values of the Academy leading to the commissioning of officers for the United States Navy and Marine Corps. Field highly competitive and successful Division I intercollegiate teams that promote spirit and pride in the Brigade and Alumni. Successfully operate as a non-government entity and generate external revenues with fi...scal responsibility and in cooperation through a supportive relationship with the USNA Administration and Foundation. Promote the USNA to the community, alumni, fans, media and corporations in a manner that generates pride in association and commitment to support. Advance the synergy between all units of physical activity, education and their staff to the benefit of the Brigade. Enhance the aesthetic dignity and stature of the Yard while constructing and maintaining first class sports facilities and grounds commensurate with the finest in the nation. The NAAA discharges fiscal responsibilities basically through the disbursement of appropriated and non-appropriated funds. Appropriated funds are allocated through the Superintendent's Office for a small percentage of the expenses incurred exclusively by the non-revenue generating programs, typically referred to as "Olympic Sports". Non-appropriated (non-government) funds are generated through admissions charged for intercollegiate athletic contests, mainly football, appearances by football on television, game guarantees, marketing, promotions, corporate sponsorships, dues and gifts from Blue & Gold members of the Association, and from interest on invested funds. All NAAA coaches, administration, and staff are compensated for their professional services via non-appropriated (non-government) funding that is externally generated by the NAAA. All revenue from any source received by the NAAA is committed to the at-large support of the Academy's intercollegiate and club sports athletic programs. The Naval Academy Athletic Association is not a government agency or instrumentality and is not part of the United States Naval Academy or the United States government. The United States Naval Academy, nor the United States government, has any obligation or liability for the actions, decisions, commitments, or liabilities of the Naval Academy Athletic Association. The NAAA arranges the scheduling of over 500 contests in ten conference affiliations for intercollegiate athletics, including the 33 varsity sports and 12 plebe/junior varsity teams, provides coaching staffs, all operational expenses and equipment, and maintains a fully staffed central office to handle the administrative details of the intercollegiate and club sports athletic programs. In addition, it makes all arrangements for approximately 1500 student-athletes who are members of the Navy sports teams for competition either in Annapolis or when they go on the road. An Athletic Board of Control (BOC) that is composed of nine members provides NCAA required institutional oversight of the NAAA. The BOC is chaired by the Commandant of Midshipmen who reports minutes of all meetings to the Superintendent of the Academy. The other members are the President of NAAA (Director of Athletics), Military Director of Athletics, the Executive Assistant to the Superintendent, the USNA Chief Financial Officer, a USNA Officer Representative, the USNA Institutional Faculty Athletics Representative, and two external appointees by the Superintendent. Non-voting members include the Vice President, Athletic & Scholarship Programs Representative, NAAA Senior Associate Athletic Director for Business Affairs, and the NAAA Senior Associate Athletic Director for Scheduling/Team Support. All negotiations, plans, appointments and acts of the NAAA which directly affect the Naval Academy athletic program are subject to the review of the NAAA Board of Control and ultimately the approval of the Superintendent of the Naval Academy. The NAAA has its own administrative staff consisting of the Director of Athletics who has a direct reporting line to the Superintendent, and a number of Associate and Assistant Directors of Athletics to assist in the operational duties of the organization. Membership in the NAAA was opened to all interested parties in the past decade. NAAA membership currently totals over 4,400 alumni, naval officers and friends of Navy athletics. The organizations that support the NAAA are the Naval Academy Foundation Athletic & Scholarship Program Trustees, and the Blue & Gold membership. Each year the NAAA offers a Blue & Gold membership to each member of the graduating class. For those alumni seeking tickets to the Army-Navy football game, the NAAA provides preferential seats for each member of the Blue & Gold in good standing. The Naval Academy Athletic Association operates and maintains the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium and the Naval Academy Golf Course and coordinates the use of such other athletic facilities as Halsey Field House for basketball; Lejeune Hall for swimming, water polo and wrestling; Macdonough Hall for gymnastics, and volleyball; Bishop Stadium for baseball; Ingram Field for track and field; Glenn Warner Soccer Facility for men's and women's soccer and lacrosse; Wesley Brown Field House for track; Rip Miller Field, a synthetic-surfaced field for all-weather practice and athletic contests and Alumni Hall for men's and women's basketball games. For years, the NAAA has invested in many capital projects at the Naval Academy. The NAAA's involvements relate not only to intercollegiate athletics but also to the overall quality of lifetime fitness enhancing the training and physical development of the Midshipmen. In April 2011, the NAAA, in conjunction with the Naval Academy administration, faculty, and staff, successfully completed the required National Collegiate Athletic Association certification process. The NAAA is in substantial conformity with all rules, regulations, standards of institutional control and conduct as outlined by the NCAA and has been officially certified as a fully accredited Division I member.
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