UW Health Sports Medicine 

The University of Wisconsin is committed to operating our athletics program with the highest ethical standards and consistent with NCAA, Big Ten, and university rules and regulations. We appreciate your loyal support and continued interest in Wisconsin Athletics, and we remind everyone of their obligation to operate within the rules, to report any violations of the rules, and to use our Compliance Office as resource to answer any questions.

The compliance information contained on this site is provided as a reference for many NCAA rules that may apply to you, but by no means covers all situations that may occur. Therefore we ask that you contact our Compliance Office with any questions that arise. Through your proactive efforts, we can help protect our great university, along with the eligibility of our recruits and current student-athletes. On Wisconsin!


Barry Alvarez, Director of Athletics
University of Wisconsin

Compliance Staff Directory

Photo of Katie Smith Katie Smith
Associate Athletic Director for Compliance
5107 Kellner Hall
Phone: 608-265-5071
Fax: 608-265-3036
Email: KLS@athletics.wisc.edu
Joel Ott
Senior Associate Director of Compliance
5133 Kellner Hall
Phone: 608-262-4985
Fax: 608-265-3036
Email: JMO@athletics.wisc.edu
Photo of Dan Rohrer Dan Rohrer, J.D.
Associate Director of Compliance
4914 SAPC Fetzer Center
Phone: 608-263-7465
Fax: 608-265-3224
Email: DPR@athletics.wisc.edu
Greg Offerman
Associate Director of Compliance
4910 SAPC Fetzer Center
Phone: 608-263-4835
Fax: 608-265-3224
Email: GAO@athletics.wisc.edu
photo of Brady Minter Brady Minter, J.D.
Assistant Director of Compliance
5110 Kellner Hall
Phone: 608-262-9125
Fax: 608-265-3036
Email: BSM@athletics.wisc.edu
University of Wisconsin Compliance Mission Statement

The UW-Madison Compliance Office is committed to a comprehensive compliance program that educates the necessary constituents about the importance of adhering to NCAA, Big Ten, and institutional rules. We view athletics compliance in terms of educational programs in conjunction with strict rules enforcement procedures. The existence of a quality compliance program depends on the willingness of coaches, administrators, staff personnel, student-athletes and representatives of athletics interests to learn and abide by NCAA Bylaws, Big Ten Conference rules, and University regulations and to ask questions when compliance issues arise.

The Athletic Compliance Office strives to make the compliance education process pertinent and understandable, while providing information on existing, revised, and new regulations and interpretations. Cooperation from student-athletes, athletic department and university staff, representatives of athletics interests, and all UW-Madison supporters is crucial to the success of the Athletics Compliance program, the Division of Intercollegiate Athletics, and the institutional mission of UW Madison. This commitment to athletics compliance ensures institutional control over the Division of Intercollegiate Athletics and furthers the institutional mission of UW-Madison.

Football Single Game Tickets
  • Loading Tweets...
    1 second ago