|Compliance Q&A: |
Q: Can a booster provide an occasional meal to a student-athlete or team?
|Member Profile: Andrea and Bob Simpson ’82 |
Andrea and Bob Simpson of Mason, Ohio, are former Miami University student-athletes who maintain a strong connection with today’s RedHawk student-athletes. Bob, a football alumnus, is VP of global operations for SENCO, while Andrea, a field hockey alumna, teaches at Hamilton High School.
|Meet Your RedHawks: Meg Riley, Volleyball |
A first-team all-MAC and academic all-district selection as an outside hitter for Miami Volleyball, junior Meg Riley is the definition of the term student-athlete. She recently chatted with the Red & White Club about Miami Volleyball, her appreciation of her athletic scholarship and her “magical” future plans.
|Accept the Extra Effort Challenge |
Miami’s Extra Effort Challenge is encouraging Red & White Club members to give extra effort in support of Miami’s exceptional student-athletes.
|Compliance Did You Know? |
Boosters are not allowed to contact prospective student-athletes (any student who has started classes for the ninth grade, regardless of athletic ability) through social media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc.). This includes interacting on sites or forums, tweeting and re-tweeting, and friending on Facebook. Be a proud and savvy Miami supporter by checking out the Red & White Club’s compliance guide.