ENC Athletics Compliance

Contact Information:

Mailing Address:
Eastern Nazarene College Athletics
23 East Elm Avenue
Quincy, MA 02170 

Name Title Phone E-Mail
Dr. Brad Zarges
Director of Athletics
(617) 745-3639 brad.zarges@enc.edu
Toni Kabilian
Assistant AD for Sports Medicine & Compliance / SWA / Head Golf Coach
(617) 745-3646 toni.kabilian@enc.edu
Rob Rossi
Assistant AD for Communications & Scheduling
(617) 745-3641 robert.rossi@enc.edu
Anne Cawthorne
Administrative Assistant
(617) 745-3639 anne.cawthorne@enc.edu

Arrival Information

Fall student-athletes can arrive to campus after 9:00 am on the assigned dates noted below. Report first to your coach. After reporting to your coach, new student-athletes will begin the check-in process at the Office of Admissions. Returning student-athletes will begin the check-in process at the Office of Student Development. You will receive a check-in sheet indicating what offices or individuals you will need to see to complete the process. The process will conclude for all student-athletes in the Office of Student Development where you will receive a key to move into your residence hall.

For the athletic department, you will need to see the Athletic Training staff in Lahue between 2-3:30 pm to check on the status of compliance paperwork and for some initial data collection. At 4 pm on the day that you arrive, all student-athletes will attend a brief meeting with the Athletic Department staff. The first meal served will be dinner on the day you arrive. Your coach will be sending you additional details as your date of arrival draws near.

        Friday, August 17 – Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Women’s Volleyball

        Wednesday, August 22 – Men’s and Women’s Cross Country, Women’s Tennis

        Thursday, August 23 – Men’s Golf

Required Forms and Additional Information

Eastern Nazarene College student-athletes must comply with all ENC, conference, and NCAA rules and regulations pertaining to meeting and maintaining athletic eligibility. Any current or prospective student-athlete must complete the following steps/forms before being cleared to participate in their first practice.

1. Health Forms and Health Insurance

All athletes must show proof of insurance before waiving the ENC Student Insurance. The process for completing the college forms and accepting or declining the ENC student insurance can be completed by clicking here.

If you have any questions, please contact Patsy Malas in the ENC Health Center at patsy.malas@enc.edu or 617-745-3893. Student-athletes that choose to decline the ENC Student Insurance must complete the online waiver form by August 1. If you do not complete this form, the insurance will automatically be added to your college bill.

All new student-athletes entering ENC for the first time must also have completed a physical examination within six months prior to starting at the college. This is an NCAA requirement.

2. SportsWare

The Eastern Nazarene College Athletic Training staff will be using a new software system called SportsWare to track each athlete's medical history and medical care. The steps to register and complete personal information can be found by clicking here. All student-athletes are required to complete this registration prior to participation, as well as, to utilize the athletic training room and their services.

3. Informational Videos

There are a number of resources available to student-athletes competing at the NCAA Division III level. While not required, you are encouraged to become familiar with the organization by viewing the videos in the “Getting in the Game” section of the NCAA website. You are also encouraged to view the Sickle Cell Trait educational videos. 

           Getting in the Game Videos

  Sickle Cell Videos

4. NCAA and Eastern Nazarene College Athletics Forms 

In order to be cleared to participate in athletics, every student-athlete must complete a number of forms that are used in the compliance process. These forms include NCAA, ENC, and conference documents. The method used by ENC Athletics is all done electronically through online software. Each returning and prospective athlete will receive an email with instructions on how to log into the system. If you have not received this email, please contact Toni Kabilian at the email or phone number listed above. The documents include important information in addition to various fields that must be completed. All forms are then submitted electronically and stored for departmental use. Athletes participating in fall sports are expected to complete these forms by August 10th. All other athletes are expected to complete these forms no later than August 24th. The list of documents in the online system include the following:

  • DIII Form 18-3c Student Athlete Statement
  • DIII Form 18-3f Drug-Testing Consent
  • DIII Form HIPAA Buckley Amendment 18-19
  • DIII Form Summary of Regulations 18-19
  • ENC Informed Consent
  • ENC Student-Athlete Form
  • Hazing Statement and Student-Athlete Agreement
  • Internet and Social Networking Policy
  • Sportsmanship and Ethical Conduct Statement