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Thursday, November 7 • 10:20am - 11:35am
The Opportunity for Profit to College Student-Athletes– Analysis Study

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Collegiate student-athletes dedicate a lot of time and energy to perfect their craft. The likelihood of a high school student-athlete playing on a collegiate level is extremely low. This number drops even lower when it comes to student-athletes who receive full-ride scholarships. Although some of these college student-athletes compensated in the forms of educational opportunities or academic scholarship, they are still living at or beneath the national poverty level. College student-athletes governed by the NCAA, a nonprofit organization that regulates collegiate sports. Not only does this study emphasize the livelihood of college student-athletes and the rules they must follow, but it also examines the possible opportunities that college student-athletes have, such as other future compensation opportunities in addition to their scholarships. Also, this recent study looked at “celebrity” coaches, their salaries, and the lack of money student-athletes playing under these coaches are allowed to receive.

Presenters:
Ezzeldin R. Aly
Robyn Magee
Benjamin Hartmann
Jared Brown
Ecenur Yurdakaul
Yahia E. Aly
Jerry Goodsen

Thursday November 7, 2019 10:20am - 11:35am EST
Peacock A

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