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Dear Ramsin Toma:

I am writing in response to your recent request for records under the Virginia Freedom of
Information Act (FOIA), Va. Code § 2.2-3700 et seq., for the following records:

• Hello,

I was hoping to be sent the following information:

1) The 2019 FRS report


2) The most current athletic apparel contract
3) The contract of Bronco Mendenhall
4) Any coaching contract amendments related to COVID-19

Per the requirements of the Virginia Freedom of Information Act, here is my home address to show I am a
citizen of Virginia:

43593 Mahala St
Leesburg, VA 20176

Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you.

Best,

Ramsin Toma

Attached you will find records responsive to your request. You may also login to the University
of Virginia Public Records Center to view and download the records at any
time: https://foia.virginia.edu/request-records. Your username is the.world.imn@gmail.com. If
you are a first-time user, you will need to setup your password.

Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you for contacting this office.

Sincerely,
Freedom of Information Act Officer
University of Virginia
www.virginia.edu/foia
Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

School Info
We agree to release the institution's data to the conference: Yes

Institutional Contacts:

Primary Contact Person: Steven Pritzker Title: CFO, Athletics


Phone: 4342435081 Email: ASP6A@virginia.edu
CEO: Mr. James E. Ryan CEO Email: president@virginia.edu
University CFO: Mr. Steve Pritzker University CFO Email: pritzker@virginia.edu
Audit Firm: APA AUP Report Issuance Date: 01/15/2020

Classification & Conference:

NCAA Primary Division: I-FBS


Athletic Conference: Atlantic Coast Conference

Sports Sponsorship:

Sport Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Mixed Teams


Baseball x
Basketball x x
Beach Volleyball
Bowling
Cross Country x x
Equestrian
Fencing
Field Hockey x
Football x
Golf x x
Gymnastics
Ice Hockey
Lacrosse x x
Rifle
Rowing x
Rugby
Skiing

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Sport Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Mixed Teams


Soccer x x
Softball x
Swimming and Diving x x
Tennis x x
Track, Indoor x x
Track, Outdoor x x
Triathlon
Volleyball x
Water Polo
Wrestling x
Others x x
Totals 13 14 0

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Revenue/Expense Summary
ID Item Amount Definition
Revenues
1 Ticket Sales $11,506,754 Input revenue received for sales of admissions to athletic events.
This may include:

• Public and faculty sales.


• Student sales
• Shipping and Handling fees.

Please report amounts paid in excess of ticket's face value to obtain


preferential seating or priority in Category 8 (Contributions).
2 Direct State or Other $0 Input state, municipal, federal and other appropriations made in
Government Support support of athletics.

This amount includes funding specifically earmarked for the


athletics department by government agencies for which the
institution cannot reallocate.

This amount also includes state funded employee benefits.


Corresponding expenses should be reported in Categories 22 and
24.

Any state or other government support appropriated to the


university, for which the university determines the dollar allocation
to the athletics department shall be reported in Direct Institutional
Support (Category 4).
3 Student Fees $14,439,959 Input student fees assessed and restricted for support of
intercollegiate athletics.
4 Direct Institutional $2,811,374 Input direct funds provided by the institution to athletics for the
Support operations of intercollegiate athletics including:

• Unrestricted funds allocated to the athletics department by the


university (e.g. state funds, tuition, tuition discounts/waivers,
transfers)
• Federal work study support for student workers employed by
athletics.
• Endowment unrestricted income, spending policy distributions
and other investment income distributed to athletics in the
reporting year to support athletic operations. Athletics restricted
endowment income for athletics should be reported in Category
17.

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

ID Item Amount Definition


5 Less - Transfers to $0 If the institution allocated funds to athletics as represented in
Institution Categories 3-4 and the athletics department provided a transfer of
funds back to the institution in the reporting year, report the
transfer amount as a negative in this category. The transfer amount
may not exceed the total of Categories 3-4. Transfers back to the
institution in excess of Categories 3-4 should be reported in
Category 50 - excess transfers to institution.
6 Indirect Institutional $0 Input value of costs covered and services provided by the
Support institution to athletics but not charged to athletics including:

• Administrative services provided by the university to athletics


but not charged such as HR, Accounting and IT.
• Facilities maintenance.
• Security.
• Risk Management.
• Utilities.

Do not include depreciation.

Note: This category should equal Category 36. If the institution is


paying for debt service, leases, or rental fees for athletic facilities,
but not charging to athletics, include those amounts in Category
6A.
6A Indirect Institutional $1,178,468 Input debt service payments (principal and interest, including
Support - Athletic internal loan programs), leases and rental fees for athletics
Facilities Debt Service, facilities for the reporting year provided by the institution to
Lease and Rental Fees athletics but not charged to athletics.

Do not report depreciation.

Note: If the institution is paying for all athletic facilities debt


service, lease and rental fees and not charging to athletics, this
category will equal Category 34. If athletics or other entities are
also paying these expenses or the institution is charging directly to
athletics, this category will not equal Category 34.
7 Guarantees $489,010 Input revenue received from participation in away games.

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

ID Item Amount Definition


8 Contributions $26,863,556 Input contributions provided and used by athletics in the
reporting year including:

• Amounts received from individuals, corporations, associations,


foundations, clubs or other organizations designated for the
operations of the athletics program.
• Funds contributed by outside contributors for the payment of
debt service, lease payments or rental fee expenses for athletic
facilities in the reporting year.
• Amounts received above face value for tickets.

Contributions shall include cash and marketable securities.

Do not report:

• Pledges until funds are provided to athletics for use.


• Contributions to be used in other reporting years.

9 In-Kind $199,398 Input market value of in-kind contributions in the reporting year
including:

• Dealer provided automobiles.


• Equipment.
• Services.
• Nutritional product.

All in-kind contributions that are made as a result of a licensing or


sponsorship agreement should be reported in Category 15.

Please offset in-kind values in the appropriate expense category.

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

ID Item Amount Definition


10 Compensation and $0 Input all benefits provided by a third party and contractually
Benefits provided by a guaranteed by the institution, but not included on the institution's
third party W-2. These may include:

• Car stipend.
• Country club membership.
• Allowances for clothing, housing, entertainment.
• Speaking fees.
• Camps compensation.
• Media income.
• Shoe and apparel income.

The total of this category should equal expense Categories 23 and


25 combined.
11 Media Rights $19,920,000 Input all revenue received for radio, television, internet, digital and
e-commerce rights, including the portion of conference
distributions related to media rights - if applicable.

Consult with your conference offices if you do not have the media
rights distribution amount available.
12 NCAA Distributions $4,712,299 Input revenues received from all NCAA distributions including
NCAA championships reimbursements and payments received
from the NCAA for hosting a championship.

In some cases, NCAA distributions may be provided by the


conference office. Consult with the conference office for the
amount if you do not have it available and include in this category.
13 Conference $1,671,651 Input all revenues received by conference distribution, excluding
Distributions (Non portions of distribution relating to media rights (reported in
Media and Non Bowl) Category 11) or NCAA distributions (reported in Category 12).

Note: Conference distributions of revenue generated by a post-


season bowl to conference members should be recorded in
Category 13A. Distributions for reimbursement of post-season
bowl expenses should be included in Category 19.
13A Conference $4,926,492 Input conference distributions of revenue generated by a post-
Distributions of Bowl season bowl to conference members.
Generated Revenue
Note: Distributions for reimbursement of post-season bowl
expenses should be included in Category 19. Portions of
distribution relating to media rights are reported in Category 11,
NCAA distributions are reported in Category 12 and all other
conference distributions are reported in Category 13.
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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

ID Item Amount Definition


14 Program, Novelty, $1,161,759 Input revenues from:
Parking and
Concession Sales • Game Programs.
• Novelties.
• Food and Concessions.
• Parking.

Advertising should be included in Category 15.


15 Royalties, Licensing, $9,906,740 Input revenues from:
Advertisement and
Sponsorships • Sponsorships.
• Licensing Agreements.
• Advertisement.
• Royalties.
• In-kind products and services as part of sponsorship agreement.

An allocation may be necessary to distinguish revenues generated


by athletics versus the university if payments are combined.
16 Sports Camp Revenues $167,037 Input amounts received by the athletics department for sports
camps and clinics.
17 Athletics Restricted $3,669,138 Please report spending policy distributions from athletics restricted
Endowment and endowments and investment income used for athletics operations
Investments Income in the reporting year.

This category includes only restricted investment and endowment


income used for the operations of intercollegiate athletics;
institutional allocations of income from unrestricted endowments
qualify as ""Direct Institutional Support"" and should be reported
in Category 4.

Note: Please make sure amounts reported are only up to the


amount of expenses covered by the endowment for the reporting
year.
18 Other Operating $5,296,533 Input any operating revenues received by athletics in the report
Revenue year which cannot be classified into one of the stated categories.

If the figure is greater than 10% of total revenues, please report the
top three activities included in this category in the comments
section.

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

ID Item Amount Definition


19 Bowl Revenues $1,298,949 Input all amounts received related to participation in a post-season
bowl game, including:

• Expense reimbursements.
• Ticket sales.

Total Operating $110,219,117 Total of Categories 1-19.


Revenues
Expenses
20 Athletic Student Aid $20,322,868 Input the total amount of athletic student-aid for the reporting year
including:
• Summer school.
• Tuition discounts and waivers (unless it is a discount or waiver
available to the general student body).
• Aid given to student-athletes who are inactive (medical reasons)
or no longer eligible (exhausted eligibility).
• Other expenses related to attendance.

Note: Division I Grants-in-aid equivalencies are calculated by


using the revenue distribution equivalencies by sport and in
aggregate. (Athletic grant amount divided by the full grant
amount). Other expenses related to attendance (also known as gap
money or cost of attendance) should not be included in the grants-
in-aid revenue distribution equivalencies. Only tuition, fees, room,
board and course related books are countable for grants-in-aid
revenue distribution per Bylaw 20.02.7.

Athletics aid awarded to non-athletes (student-managers, graduate


assistants, trainers) should be reported as Expenses Not Related to
Specific Teams. It is permissible to report only dollars in the
Expenses Not Related to Specific Teams row as long as you have
reported non- zero entries for Equivalencies, Number of Students,
and Dollars (all 3 required for at least one sport).

Note: Pell grants are provided by the government, not the


institution or athletics department, and therefore should be
excluded from reporting in this category.

This information can be managed within the NCAA's Compliance


Assistance (CA) software. The information entered into
compliance assistance will automatically populate to the athletic
student aid section within the NCAA Financial Reporting System
when the CA import feature is selected.

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

ID Item Amount Definition


21 Guarantees $2,335,000 Input amounts paid to visiting participating institutions, including
per diems and/or travel and meal expenses.
22 Coaching Salaries, $25,670,067 Input compensation, bonuses and benefits paid to all coaches
Benefits and Bonuses reportable on the university or related entities W-2 and 1099 forms
paid by the University inclusive of:
and Related Entities
• Gross wages and bonuses.
• Benefits including allowances, speaking fees, retirement,
stipends, memberships, media income, tuition reimbursement
and earned deferred compensation, including those funded by
the state.

Place any severance payments in Category 26.

Note: Bonuses related to participation in a post-season bowl game


should be included in Category 41A.
23 Coaching Salaries, $0 Input compensation, bonuses and benefits paid to all coaches by a
Benefits and Bonuses third party and contractually guaranteed by the institution, but not
paid by a Third Party included on the institutions W-2 including:

• Car stipend.
• Country club membership.
• Allowances for clothing, housing, entertainment.
• Speaking fees.
• Camps compensation.
• Media income.
• Shoe and apparel income.

Expense Category 23 and 25 should equal Category 10.

Note: Bonuses related to participation in a post-season bowl game


should be included in Category 41A.

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

ID Item Amount Definition


24 Support Staff/ $18,908,236 Input compensation, bonuses and benefits paid to all administrative
Administrative and support staff reportable on the university or related entities
Compensation, Benefits (e.g. foundations or booster clubs) W-2 and 1099 forms inclusive
and Bonuses paid by of:
the University and
Related Entities • Gross wages and bonuses.
• Benefits including allowances, speaking fees, retirement,
stipends, memberships, media income, tuition reimbursement
and earned deferred compensation, including those funded by
the state.

Staff members responsible for the gender-specific athletics


department, but not a specific sport (i.e., director of men's
athletics), will have their compensation figures reported as
Expenses Not Related to Specific Teams fields. Athletics
department staff members who assist both men's and women's
teams (sports information director, academic advisor) will be
reported as Not Allocated by Gender column.
25 Support Staff/ $0 Input compensation, bonuses and benefits paid to administrative
Administrative and support staff by a third party and contractually guaranteed by
Compensation, Benefits the institution, but not included on the institutions W-2 including:
and Bonuses paid by
Third Party • Car stipend.
• Country club membership.
• Allowances for clothing, housing, entertainment.
• Speaking fees.
• Camps compensation.
• Media income.
• Shoe and apparel income.

Expense Category 23 and 25 should equal Category 10.


26 Severance Payments $833,646 Input severance payments and applicable benefits recognized for
past coaching and administrative personnel.
27 Recruiting $1,900,260 Input transportation, lodging and meals for prospective student-
athletes and institutional personnel on official and unofficial visits,
telephone call charges, postage and such. Include value of use of
institution's own vehicles or airplanes as well as in-kind value of
loaned or contributed transportation.

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

ID Item Amount Definition


28 Team Travel $7,275,969 Input air and ground travel, lodging, meals and incidentals
(including housing costs incurred during school break period) for
competition related to preseason, regular season and non-bowl
postseason. Amounts incurred for food and lodging for housing the
team before a home game also should be included. Use of the
institution's own vehicles or airplanes as well as in-kind value of
donor-provided transportation.

Note: Expenses related to post-season bowls should be included in


Category 41.
29 Sports Equipment, $2,266,467 Input items that are provided to the teams only. Equipment
Uniforms and Supplies amounts are those expended from current or operating funds.
Include value of in-kind equipment provided.

Note: Expenses related to post-season bowls should be included in


Category 41.
30 Game Expenses $4,721,680 Input game-day expenses other than travel which are necessary for
intercollegiate athletics competition, including officials, security,
event staff, ambulance, etc. Input any payments back to the NCAA
for hosting a tournament.

Note: Expenses related to post-season bowls should be included in


Category 41.
31 Fund Raising, $525,245 Input costs associated with fund raising, marketing and promotion
Marketing and for media guides, brochures, recruiting publications and such.
Promotion
32 Sports Camp Expenses $129,902 Input all expenses paid by the athletics department, including non-
athletics personnel salaries and benefits, from hosting sports camps
and clinics. Athletics personnel salaries and benefits should be
reported in Categories 22-25.
33 Spirit Groups $147,943 Include support for spirit groups including bands, cheerleaders,
mascots, dancers, etc.

Note: Expenses related to post-season bowls should be included in


Category 41.

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

ID Item Amount Definition


34 Athletic Facilities Debt $4,615,418 Input debt service payments (principal and interest, including
Service, Leases and internal loan programs), leases and rental fees for athletics
Rental Fee facilities for the reporting year regardless of entity paying
(athletics, institution or other).

Do not report depreciation.

Note: If the institution is paying for all debt service, leases, or


rental fees for athletic facilities but not charging to athletics, this
category should equal Category 6A. If athletics or other entities are
paying these expenses or the institution is charging directly to
athletics, this category will not equal Category 6A.
35 Direct Overhead and $11,888,196 Input overhead and administrative expenses paid by or charged
Administrative directly to athletics including:
Expenses
• Administrative/Overhead fees charged by the institution to
athletics.
• Facilities maintenance.
• Security.
• Risk Management.
• Utilities.
• Equipment Repair.
• Telephone.
• Other Administrative Expenses.

36 Indirect Institutional $0 Input overhead and administrative expenses NOT paid by or


Support charged directly to athletics including:

• Administrative/Overhead fees not charged by the institution to


athletics.
• Facilities maintenance.
• Security.
• Risk Management.
• Utilities.
• Equipment Repair.
• Telephone.
• Other Administrative Expenses.

Do not report depreciation.

Note: This category should equal Category 6.

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

ID Item Amount Definition


37 Medical Expenses and $1,455,265 Input medical expenses and medical insurance premiums for
Insurance student-athletes.
38 Memberships and Dues $2,619,903 Input memberships, conference and association dues.
39 Student-Athlete Meals $1,163,201 Include meal allowance and food/snacks provided to student-
(non-travel) athletes.

Note: Meals provided during team travel should be reported in


Category 28.
40 Other Operating $4,583,184 Input any operating expenses paid by athletics in the report year
Expenses which cannot be classified into one of the stated categories,
including:

• Non-team travel (conferences, etc.).


• Team banquets and awards.

If the figure is greater than 10% of total expenses, please report the
top three activities included in this category in the comments
section.
41 Bowl Expenses $833,955 Input all expenditures related to participation in a post-season bowl
game, including:

• Team travel, lodging and meal expenses.


• Bonuses related to bowl participation.
• Spirit groups.
• Uniforms.

Note: All post-season bowl related coaching compensation/


bonuses should be reported in Category 41A, Bowl Expenses –
Coaching Compensation/Bonuses.
41A Bowl Expenses - $424,833 Input all coaching bonuses related to participation in a post-season
Coaching bowl game.
Compensation/Bonuses
Note: All other post-season bowl related expenses should be
reported in Category 41, Bowl Expenses.
Total Operating $112,621,238 Total of Categories 20-41A.
Expenses

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Revenue/Expense Details
1 Ticket $11,506,754 Input revenue received for sales of admissions to athletic events. This may include:
Sales
• Public and faculty sales.
• Student sales
• Shipping and Handling fees.

Please report amounts paid in excess of ticket's face value to obtain preferential
seating or priority in Category 8 (Contributions).

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Revenues by Source Ticket Sales Ticket Sales Ticket Sales
Baseball 433,789
Basketball 4,704,383 149,943
Field Hockey
Football 5,898,628
Golf
Lacrosse 101,621 11,999
Rowing
Soccer 42,083 34,743
Softball
Swimming and Diving
Tennis
Track and Field, X-Country
Volleyball
Wrestling
Others
Subtotal All Teams 11,180,504 196,685 0
Revenue Not Related to Specific Teams 129,565
Total Revenue 11,180,504 196,685 129,565

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

2 Direct State or Other $0 Input state, municipal, federal and other appropriations made in support of
Government Support athletics.

This amount includes funding specifically earmarked for the athletics department
by government agencies for which the institution cannot reallocate.

This amount also includes state funded employee benefits. Corresponding


expenses should be reported in Categories 22 and 24.

Any state or other government support appropriated to the university, for which
the university determines the dollar allocation to the athletics department shall be
reported in Direct Institutional Support (Category 4).

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Revenues by Source Direct State or Other Direct State or Other Direct State or Other
Government Support Government Support Government Support
Baseball
Basketball
Field Hockey
Football
Golf
Lacrosse
Rowing
Soccer
Softball
Swimming and Diving
Tennis
Track and Field, X-
Country
Volleyball
Wrestling
Others
Subtotal All Teams 0 0 0
Revenue Not Related to
Specific Teams
Total Revenue 0 0 0

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

3 Student Fees $14,439,959 Input student fees assessed and restricted for support of intercollegiate athletics.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Revenues by Source Student Fees Student Fees Student Fees
Baseball
Basketball
Field Hockey
Football
Golf
Lacrosse
Rowing
Soccer
Softball
Swimming and Diving
Tennis
Track and Field, X-Country
Volleyball
Wrestling
Others
Subtotal All Teams 0 0 0
Revenue Not Related to Specific Teams 14,439,959
Total Revenue 0 0 14,439,959

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

4 Direct $2,811,374 Input direct funds provided by the institution to athletics for the operations of
Institutional intercollegiate athletics including:
Support
• Unrestricted funds allocated to the athletics department by the university
(e.g. state funds, tuition, tuition discounts/waivers, transfers)
• Federal work study support for student workers employed by athletics.
• Endowment unrestricted income, spending policy distributions and other
investment income distributed to athletics in the reporting year to support
athletic operations. Athletics restricted endowment income for athletics
should be reported in Category 17.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by


Gender
Revenues by Source Direct Institutional Direct Institutional Direct Institutional
Support Support Support
Baseball
Basketball
Field Hockey
Football
Golf
Lacrosse
Rowing
Soccer
Softball
Swimming and Diving
Tennis
Track and Field, X-Country
Volleyball
Wrestling
Others
Subtotal All Teams 0 0 0
Revenue Not Related to Specific 2,811,374
Teams
Total Revenue 0 0 2,811,374

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

5 Less - $0 If the institution allocated funds to athletics as represented in Categories 3-4 and the
Transfers to athletics department provided a transfer of funds back to the institution in the reporting
Institution year, report the transfer amount as a negative in this category. The transfer amount may not
exceed the total of Categories 3-4. Transfers back to the institution in excess of Categories
3-4 should be reported in Category 50 - excess transfers to institution.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Revenues by Source Less - Transfers to Less - Transfers to Less - Transfers to
Institution Institution Institution
Baseball
Basketball
Field Hockey
Football
Golf
Lacrosse
Rowing
Soccer
Softball
Swimming and Diving
Tennis
Track and Field, X-Country
Volleyball
Wrestling
Others
Subtotal All Teams 0 0 0
Revenue Not Related to
Specific Teams
Total Revenue 0 0 0

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

6 Indirect $0 Input value of costs covered and services provided by the institution to athletics but
Institutional not charged to athletics including:
Support
• Administrative services provided by the university to athletics but not charged such
as HR, Accounting and IT.
• Facilities maintenance.
• Security.
• Risk Management.
• Utilities.

Do not include depreciation.

Note: This category should equal Category 36. If the institution is paying for debt
service, leases, or rental fees for athletic facilities, but not charging to athletics,
include those amounts in Category 6A.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Revenues by Source Indirect Institutional Indirect Institutional Indirect Institutional
Support Support Support
Baseball
Basketball
Field Hockey
Football
Golf
Lacrosse
Rowing
Soccer
Softball
Swimming and Diving
Tennis
Track and Field, X-Country
Volleyball
Wrestling
Others
Subtotal All Teams 0 0 0
Revenue Not Related to
Specific Teams
Total Revenue 0 0 0
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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

6A Indirect Institutional $1,178,468 Input debt service payments (principal and interest, including
Support - Athletic internal loan programs), leases and rental fees for athletics facilities
Facilities Debt Service, for the reporting year provided by the institution to athletics but not
Lease and Rental Fees charged to athletics.

Do not report depreciation.

Note: If the institution is paying for all athletic facilities debt


service, lease and rental fees and not charging to athletics, this
category will equal Category 34. If athletics or other entities are also
paying these expenses or the institution is charging directly to
athletics, this category will not equal Category 34.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Revenues by Indirect Institutional Indirect Institutional Indirect Institutional
Source Support - Athletic Facilities Support - Athletic Facilities Support - Athletic Facilities
Debt Service, Lease and Debt Service, Lease and Debt Service, Lease and
Rental Fees Rental Fees Rental Fees
Baseball
Basketball
Field Hockey
Football
Golf
Lacrosse
Rowing
Soccer
Softball
Swimming and
Diving
Tennis
Track and Field,
X-Country
Volleyball
Wrestling
Others
Subtotal All 0 0 0
Teams

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Revenues by Indirect Institutional Indirect Institutional Indirect Institutional
Source Support - Athletic Facilities Support - Athletic Facilities Support - Athletic Facilities
Debt Service, Lease and Debt Service, Lease and Debt Service, Lease and
Rental Fees Rental Fees Rental Fees
Revenue Not 1,178,468
Related to
Specific Teams
Total Revenue 0 0 1,178,468

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

7 Guarantees $489,010 Input revenue received from participation in away games.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Revenues by Source Guarantees Guarantees Guarantees
Baseball
Basketball 180,010
Field Hockey
Football 300,000
Golf
Lacrosse
Rowing 5,000
Soccer
Softball 1,500
Swimming and Diving 250 250
Tennis
Track and Field, X-Country 1,000 1,000
Volleyball
Wrestling
Others
Subtotal All Teams 481,260 7,750 0
Revenue Not Related to Specific Teams
Total Revenue 481,260 7,750 0

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

8 Contributions $26,863,556 Input contributions provided and used by athletics in the reporting year
including:

• Amounts received from individuals, corporations, associations, foundations,


clubs or other organizations designated for the operations of the athletics
program.
• Funds contributed by outside contributors for the payment of debt service,
lease payments or rental fee expenses for athletic facilities in the reporting
year.
• Amounts received above face value for tickets.

Contributions shall include cash and marketable securities.

Do not report:

• Pledges until funds are provided to athletics for use.


• Contributions to be used in other reporting years.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Revenues by Source Contributions Contributions Contributions
Baseball 1,134,010
Basketball 3,358,229 719,566
Field Hockey 689,100
Football 7,744,662
Golf 313,971 423,021
Lacrosse 1,064,543 727,374
Rowing 1,243,854
Soccer 740,189 958,476
Softball 727,945
Swimming and Diving 758,063 784,203
Tennis 522,134 522,003
Track and Field, X-Country 954,070 936,237
Volleyball 795,437
Wrestling 694,992
Others 156,090 136,579
Subtotal All Teams 17,440,953 8,663,795 0
Revenue Not Related to Specific Teams 758,808

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Revenues by Source Contributions Contributions Contributions
Total Revenue 17,440,953 8,663,795 758,808

NCAA Membership Financial Reporting System Page 24 of 84


Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

9 In-Kind $199,398 Input market value of in-kind contributions in the reporting year including:

• Dealer provided automobiles.


• Equipment.
• Services.
• Nutritional product.

All in-kind contributions that are made as a result of a licensing or sponsorship agreement
should be reported in Category 15.

Please offset in-kind values in the appropriate expense category.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Revenues by Source In-Kind In-Kind In-Kind
Baseball 1,025
Basketball 60,187
Field Hockey
Football 40,250
Golf 95
Lacrosse
Rowing 45,250
Soccer
Softball
Swimming and Diving
Tennis 13,906
Track and Field, X-Country 11,954 11,731
Volleyball
Wrestling
Others
Subtotal All Teams 127,417 56,981 0
Revenue Not Related to Specific Teams 15,000
Total Revenue 127,417 56,981 15,000

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

10 Compensation and Benefits $0 Input all benefits provided by a third party and contractually guaranteed
provided by a third party by the institution, but not included on the institution's W-2. These may
include:

• Car stipend.
• Country club membership.
• Allowances for clothing, housing, entertainment.
• Speaking fees.
• Camps compensation.
• Media income.
• Shoe and apparel income.

The total of this category should equal expense Categories 23 and 25


combined.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Revenues by Source Compensation and Benefits Compensation and Benefits Compensation and Benefits
provided by a third party provided by a third party provided by a third party
Baseball
Basketball
Field Hockey
Football
Golf
Lacrosse
Rowing
Soccer
Softball
Swimming and
Diving
Tennis
Track and Field, X-
Country
Volleyball
Wrestling
Others
Subtotal All Teams 0 0 0
Revenue Not Related
to Specific Teams
NCAA Membership Financial Reporting System Page 26 of 84
Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Revenues by Source Compensation and Benefits Compensation and Benefits Compensation and Benefits
provided by a third party provided by a third party provided by a third party
Total Revenue 0 0 0

NCAA Membership Financial Reporting System Page 27 of 84


Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

11 Media $19,920,000 Input all revenue received for radio, television, internet, digital and e-commerce
Rights rights, including the portion of conference distributions related to media rights - if
applicable.

Consult with your conference offices if you do not have the media rights distribution
amount available.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Revenues by Source Media Rights Media Rights Media Rights
Baseball
Basketball 3,984,000
Field Hockey
Football 15,936,000
Golf
Lacrosse
Rowing
Soccer
Softball
Swimming and Diving
Tennis
Track and Field, X-Country
Volleyball
Wrestling
Others
Subtotal All Teams 19,920,000 0 0
Revenue Not Related to Specific Teams
Total Revenue 19,920,000 0 0

NCAA Membership Financial Reporting System Page 28 of 84


Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

12 NCAA $4,712,299 Input revenues received from all NCAA distributions including NCAA
Distributio championships reimbursements and payments received from the NCAA for hosting
ns a championship.

In some cases, NCAA distributions may be provided by the conference office.


Consult with the conference office for the amount if you do not have it available
and include in this category.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams OnlyNot Allocated by Gender


Revenues by Source NCAA Distributions NCAA Distributions NCAA Distributions
Baseball
Basketball 419,063
Field Hockey 8,100
Football
Golf 7,773
Lacrosse 57,949 17,250
Rowing 21,283
Soccer 16,309 27,654
Softball
Swimming and Diving 14,140 14,627
Tennis 14,625
Track and Field, X-Country 13,103 12,859
Volleyball
Wrestling 6,714
Others
Subtotal All Teams 541,903 109,546 0
Revenue Not Related to Specific Teams 4,060,850
Total Revenue 541,903 109,546 4,060,850

NCAA Membership Financial Reporting System Page 29 of 84


Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

13 Conference $1,671,651 Input all revenues received by conference distribution, excluding


Distributions (Non portions of distribution relating to media rights (reported in Category
Media and Non Bowl) 11) or NCAA distributions (reported in Category 12).

Note: Conference distributions of revenue generated by a post-season


bowl to conference members should be recorded in Category 13A.
Distributions for reimbursement of post-season bowl expenses should
be included in Category 19.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Revenues by Source Conference Distributions Conference Distributions Conference Distributions
(Non Media and Non Bowl) (Non Media and Non Bowl) (Non Media and Non Bowl)
Baseball 17,474
Basketball 68,171 39,638
Field Hockey 13,792
Football
Golf 3,060 2,881
Lacrosse 14,430 26,030
Rowing 28,849
Soccer 5,455 15,754
Softball 29,117
Swimming and 13,377 13,838
Diving
Tennis 6,915 6,915
Track and Field, X- 20,504 20,120
Country
Volleyball
Wrestling 4,901
Others
Subtotal All Teams 154,287 196,934 0
Revenue Not Related 1,320,430
to Specific Teams
Total Revenue 154,287 196,934 1,320,430

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

13A Conference $4,926,492 Input conference distributions of revenue generated by a post-season


Distributions of bowl to conference members.
Bowl Generated
Revenue Note: Distributions for reimbursement of post-season bowl expenses
should be included in Category 19. Portions of distribution relating to
media rights are reported in Category 11, NCAA distributions are
reported in Category 12 and all other conference distributions are
reported in Category 13.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Revenues by Source Conference Distributions of Conference Distributions of Conference Distributions of
Bowl Generated Revenue Bowl Generated Revenue Bowl Generated Revenue
Baseball
Basketball
Field Hockey
Football
Golf
Lacrosse
Rowing
Soccer
Softball
Swimming and
Diving
Tennis
Track and Field, X-
Country
Volleyball
Wrestling
Others
Subtotal All Teams 0 0 0
Revenue Not Related 4,926,492
to Specific Teams
Total Revenue 0 0 4,926,492

NCAA Membership Financial Reporting System Page 31 of 84


Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

14 Program, Novelty, Parking and Concession $1,161,759 Input revenues from:


Sales
• Game Programs.
• Novelties.
• Food and Concessions.
• Parking.

Advertising should be included in Category


15.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Revenues by Source Program, Novelty, Parking Program, Novelty, Parking Program, Novelty, Parking
and Concession Sales and Concession Sales and Concession Sales
Baseball 74,644
Basketball 371,258 48,961
Field Hockey 1,169
Football 474,268
Golf
Lacrosse 30,371 3,478
Rowing
Soccer 12,239 10,837
Softball 4,284
Swimming and Diving
Tennis 395 47
Track and Field, X- 1,468 1,440
Country
Volleyball 1,936
Wrestling 833
Others
Subtotal All Teams 965,476 72,152 0
Revenue Not Related 124,131
to Specific Teams
Total Revenue 965,476 72,152 124,131

NCAA Membership Financial Reporting System Page 32 of 84


Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

15 Royalties, Licensing, $9,906,740 Input revenues from:


Advertisement and
Sponsorships • Sponsorships.
• Licensing Agreements.
• Advertisement.
• Royalties.
• In-kind products and services as part of sponsorship
agreement.

An allocation may be necessary to distinguish revenues


generated by athletics versus the university if payments are
combined.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Revenues by Source Royalties, Licensing, Royalties, Licensing, Royalties, Licensing,
Advertisement and Advertisement and Advertisement and
Sponsorships Sponsorships Sponsorships
Baseball 198,000
Basketball 55,000
Field Hockey
Football 10,000
Golf
Lacrosse 115,000
Rowing
Soccer
Softball
Swimming and
Diving
Tennis
Track and Field, X-
Country
Volleyball
Wrestling
Others
Subtotal All Teams 378,000 0 0
Revenue Not Related 9,528,740
to Specific Teams
Total Revenue 378,000 0 9,528,740
NCAA Membership Financial Reporting System Page 33 of 84
Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

16 Sports Camp $167,037 Input amounts received by the athletics department for sports camps and
Revenues clinics.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by


Gender
Revenues by Source Sports Camp Sports Camp Sports Camp Revenues
Revenues Revenues
Baseball
Basketball
Field Hockey
Football
Golf
Lacrosse
Rowing
Soccer
Softball
Swimming and Diving
Tennis
Track and Field, X-Country
Volleyball
Wrestling
Others
Subtotal All Teams 0 0 0
Revenue Not Related to Specific 167,037
Teams
Total Revenue 0 0 167,037

NCAA Membership Financial Reporting System Page 34 of 84


Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

17 Athletics Restricted $3,669,138 Please report spending policy distributions from athletics restricted
Endowment and endowments and investment income used for athletics operations in the
Investments Income reporting year.

This category includes only restricted investment and endowment


income used for the operations of intercollegiate athletics; institutional
allocations of income from unrestricted endowments qualify as ""Direct
Institutional Support"" and should be reported in Category 4.

Note: Please make sure amounts reported are only up to the amount of
expenses covered by the endowment for the reporting year.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Revenues by Source Athletics Restricted Athletics Restricted Athletics Restricted
Endowment and Endowment and Endowment and
Investments Income Investments Income Investments Income
Baseball
Basketball
Field Hockey
Football
Golf
Lacrosse
Rowing
Soccer
Softball
Swimming and
Diving
Tennis
Track and Field, X-
Country
Volleyball
Wrestling
Others 306,541 268,224
Subtotal All Teams 306,541 268,224 0
Revenue Not 3,094,373
Related to Specific
Teams
Total Revenue 306,541 268,224 3,094,373

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

18 Other Operating $5,296,533 Input any operating revenues received by athletics in the report year which
Revenue cannot be classified into one of the stated categories.

If the figure is greater than 10% of total revenues, please report the top three
activities included in this category in the comments section.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by


Gender
Revenues by Source Other Operating Other Operating Other Operating
Revenue Revenue Revenue
Baseball
Basketball
Field Hockey
Football 697,098
Golf
Lacrosse
Rowing 5,000
Soccer
Softball
Swimming and Diving
Tennis 3,240
Track and Field, X-Country 19,396 19,033
Volleyball
Wrestling 5,000
Others
Subtotal All Teams 724,734 24,033 0
Revenue Not Related to Specific 4,547,766
Teams
Total Revenue 724,734 24,033 4,547,766

NCAA Membership Financial Reporting System Page 36 of 84


Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

19 Bowl $1,298,949 Input all amounts received related to participation in a post-season bowl game,
Revenues including:

• Expense reimbursements.
• Ticket sales.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Revenues by Source Bowl Revenues Bowl Revenues Bowl Revenues
Baseball
Basketball
Field Hockey
Football 1,298,949
Golf
Lacrosse
Rowing
Soccer
Softball
Swimming and Diving
Tennis
Track and Field, X-Country
Volleyball
Wrestling
Others
Subtotal All Teams 1,298,949 0 0
Revenue Not Related to Specific Teams
Total Revenue 1,298,949 0 0

NCAA Membership Financial Reporting System Page 37 of 84


Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Total Operating Revenues $110,219,117 Total of Categories 1-19.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by


Gender
Revenues by Source Total Operating Total Operating Total Operating
Revenues Revenues Revenues
Baseball 1,858,942
Basketball 13,200,301 958,108
Field Hockey 712,161
Football 32,399,855
Golf 317,126 433,675
Lacrosse 1,383,914 786,131
Rowing 1,349,236
Soccer 816,275 1,047,464
Softball 762,846
Swimming and Diving 785,830 812,918
Tennis 561,215 528,965
Track and Field, X-Country 1,021,495 1,002,420
Volleyball 797,373
Wrestling 712,440
Others 462,631 404,803
Subtotal All Teams 53,520,024 9,596,100 0
Revenue Not Related to Specific 47,102,993
Teams
Total Revenue 53,520,024 9,596,100 47,102,993

NCAA Membership Financial Reporting System Page 38 of 84


Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

20 Athletic Total Dollar $20,322,868 Input the total amount of athletic student-aid for the reporting year
Student Amount including:
Aid • Summer school.
• Tuition discounts and waivers (unless it is a discount or waiver
available to the general student body).
• Aid given to student-athletes who are inactive (medical reasons)
or no longer eligible (exhausted eligibility).
• Other expenses related to attendance.

Note: Division I Grants-in-aid equivalencies are calculated by


using the revenue distribution equivalencies by sport and in
aggregate. (Athletic grant amount divided by the full grant
amount). Other expenses related to attendance (also known as gap
money or cost of attendance) should not be included in the grants-
in-aid revenue distribution equivalencies. Only tuition, fees, room,
board and course related books are countable for grants-in-aid
revenue distribution per Bylaw 20.02.7.

Athletics aid awarded to non-athletes (student-managers, graduate


assistants, trainers) should be reported as Expenses Not Related to
Specific Teams. It is permissible to report only dollars in the
Expenses Not Related to Specific Teams row as long as you have
reported non- zero entries for Equivalencies, Number of Students,
and Dollars (all 3 required for at least one sport).

Note: Pell grants are provided by the government, not the


institution or athletics department, and therefore should be
excluded from reporting in this category.

This information can be managed within the NCAA's Compliance


Assistance (CA) software. The information entered into
compliance assistance will automatically populate to the athletic
student aid section within the NCAA Financial Reporting System
when the CA import feature is selected.
Total 321.22
Equivalencies
Awarded
Total Students 541
Receiving Aid

Male Athlete Scholarships

NCAA Membership Financial Reporting System Page 39 of 84


Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Sport Athletic Aid Exhausted Total Equivalencies Number of Total Dollar


Equivalency Eligibility or Awarded in Students Receiving Amount
(A) Medical 2018-2019 (A+B) Athletic Aid
Equivalency (B)
Baseball 12.62 0 12.62 22 685,924
Basketball 12.61 0 12.61 17 881,563
Football 82.36 3 85.36 118 5,586,746
Golf 4.76 0 4.76 9 270,015
Lacrosse 13.33 0.16 13.49 40 809,313
Soccer 10.11 0 10.11 14 684,528
Swimming and 10.34 0 10.34 22 578,970
Diving
Tennis 4.68 0 4.68 8 307,262
Track and Field, 13 0 13 27 773,678
X-Country
Wrestling 10.43 0.28 10.71 19 616,860
Others 0
Expenses Not 0
Related to
Specific Teams
Totals 174.24 3.44 177.68 296 11,194,859

Female Athlete Scholarships

Sport Athletic Aid Exhausted Total Equivalencies Number of Total Dollar


Equivalency Eligibility or Awarded in Students Receiving Amount
(A) Medical 2018-2019 (A+B) Athletic Aid
Equivalency (B)
Basketball 11 0 11 16 749,448
Field Hockey 12.38 0 12.38 17 687,229
Golf 6.07 0 6.07 8 399,211
Lacrosse 12.87 0 12.87 32 654,977
Rowing 20.51 0 20.51 47 1,255,220
Soccer 14.37 0 14.37 21 892,966
Softball 12.44 0 12.44 19 730,953
Swimming and 14.64 0 14.64 26 875,760
Diving
Tennis 7.53 0 7.53 9 504,095

NCAA Membership Financial Reporting System Page 40 of 84


Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Sport Athletic Aid Exhausted Total Equivalencies Number of Total Dollar


Equivalency Eligibility or Awarded in Students Receiving Amount
(A) Medical 2018-2019 (A+B) Athletic Aid
Equivalency (B)
Track and Field, 18.73 1 19.73 36 1,147,218
X-Country
Volleyball 12 0 12 14 723,133
Others 0
Expenses Not 0
Related to
Specific Teams
Totals 142.54 1 143.54 245 8,620,210

Not Allocated by Gender Scholarships

Sport Athletic Aid Exhausted Total Equivalencies Number of Total


Equivalency (A) Eligibility or Awarded in Students Receiving Dollar
Medical 2018-2019 (A+B) Athletic Aid Amount
Equivalency (B)
Expenses Not 0 0 0 0 507,799
Related to
Specific Teams
Totals 0 0 0 0 507,799

NCAA Membership Financial Reporting System Page 41 of 84


Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

21 Guarantees $2,335,000 Input amounts paid to visiting participating institutions, including per diems and/or
travel and meal expenses.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Expenses by Object of Expenditure Guarantees Guarantees Guarantees
Baseball 32,000
Basketball 587,000 123,000
Field Hockey
Football 1,555,000
Golf
Lacrosse 5,500
Rowing
Soccer 20,500 12,000
Softball
Swimming and Diving
Tennis
Track and Field, X-Country
Volleyball
Wrestling
Others
Subtotal All Teams 2,200,000 135,000 0
Expenses Not Related to Specific Teams
Total Expenses 2,200,000 135,000 0

NCAA Membership Financial Reporting System Page 42 of 84


Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

22 Coaching Salaries, Benefits $25,670,067 Input compensation, bonuses and benefits paid to all coaches
and Bonuses paid by the reportable on the university or related entities W-2 and 1099
University and Related Entities forms inclusive of:

• Gross wages and bonuses.


• Benefits including allowances, speaking fees, retirement,
stipends, memberships, media income, tuition
reimbursement and earned deferred compensation,
including those funded by the state.

Place any severance payments in Category 26.

Note: Bonuses related to participation in a post-season bowl


game should be included in Category 41A.
23 Coaching Salaries, Benefits $0 Input compensation, bonuses and benefits paid to all coaches
and Bonuses paid by a Third by a third party and contractually guaranteed by the
Party institution, but not included on the institutions W-2 including:

• Car stipend.
• Country club membership.
• Allowances for clothing, housing, entertainment.
• Speaking fees.
• Camps compensation.
• Media income.
• Shoe and apparel income.

Expense Category 23 and 25 should equal Category 10.

Note: Bonuses related to participation in a post-season bowl


game should be included in Category 41A.

Men's Teams Coaching Expenses

Men's Teams Head Coaches Men's Teams Assistant Coaches


Sport Numbe FTE Coaching Coaching Numbe FTE Coaching Coaching
r of Salaries, Benefits Salaries, r of Salaries, Benefits Salaries,
Positio and Bonuses paid Benefits and Positio and Bonuses paid Benefits and
ns by the University Bonuses paid ns by the University Bonuses paid
and Related by a Third and Related by a Third
Entities Party Entities Party
Baseball 1 1 983,561 2 2 567,594
Basketball 1 1 6,007,623 3 3 1,442,022
Football 1 1 3,980,970 10 10 4,302,855

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Men's Teams Head Coaches Men's Teams Assistant Coaches


Sport Numbe FTE Coaching Coaching Numbe FTE Coaching Coaching
r of Salaries, Benefits Salaries, r of Salaries, Benefits Salaries,
Positio and Bonuses paid Benefits and Positio and Bonuses paid Benefits and
ns by the University Bonuses paid ns by the University Bonuses paid
and Related by a Third and Related by a Third
Entities Party Entities Party
Golf 1 1 243,808 1 1 66,082
Lacrosse 1 1 408,109 2 2 276,985
Soccer 1 1 291,348 2 2 179,860
Swimming 1 0.5 104,545 5 2.5 233,496
and Diving
Tennis 1 1 350,824 1 1 152,912
Track and 1 0.5 106,555 5 2.5 263,699
Field, X-
Country
Wrestling 1 1 165,131 2 2 214,830
Others 1 0.5 102,244 2 1 42,491
Subtotal All 11 9.5 12,744,718 0 35 29.0 7,742,826 0
Teams
Expenses
Not Related
to Specific
Teams
Total 12,744,718 0 7,742,826 0
Expenses

Women's Teams Coaching Expenses

Women's Teams Head Coaches Women's Teams Assistant Coaches


Sport Numbe FTE Coaching Coaching Numbe FTE Coaching Coaching
r of Salaries, Benefits Salaries, r of Salaries, Benefits Salaries,
Positio and Bonuses Benefits and Positio and Bonuses Benefits and
ns paid by the Bonuses paid ns paid by the Bonuses paid
University and by a Third University and by a Third
Related Entities Party Related Entities Party
Basketball 1 1 645,505 3 3 641,957
Field 1 1 191,003 2 2 160,070
Hockey
Golf 1 1 226,217 1 1 73,632
Lacrosse 1 1 205,351 2 2 177,535
NCAA Membership Financial Reporting System Page 44 of 84
Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Women's Teams Head Coaches Women's Teams Assistant Coaches


Sport Numbe FTE Coaching Coaching Numbe FTE Coaching Coaching
r of Salaries, Benefits Salaries, r of Salaries, Benefits Salaries,
Positio and Bonuses Benefits and Positio and Bonuses Benefits and
ns paid by the Bonuses paid ns paid by the Bonuses paid
University and by a Third University and by a Third
Related Entities Party Related Entities Party
Rowing 1 1 192,856 3 3 230,582
Soccer 1 1 381,715 2 2 187,239
Softball 1 1 144,614 2 2 132,953
Swimming 1 0.5 104,545 5 2.5 233,496
and Diving
Tennis 1 1 204,044 1 1 145,220
Track and 1 0.5 106,555 5 2.5 263,699
Field, X-
Country
Volleyball 1 1 198,194 2 2 190,806
Others 1 0.5 102,244 2 1 42,491
Subtotal All 12 10.5 2,702,843 0 30 24.0 2,479,680 0
Teams
Expenses
Not Related
to Specific
Teams
Total 2,702,843 0 2,479,680 0
Expenses

NCAA Membership Financial Reporting System Page 45 of 84


Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

24 Support Staff/ $18,908,236 Input compensation, bonuses and benefits paid to all administrative
Administrative and support staff reportable on the university or related entities (e.g.
Compensation, Benefits foundations or booster clubs) W-2 and 1099 forms inclusive of:
and Bonuses paid by the
University and Related • Gross wages and bonuses.
Entities • Benefits including allowances, speaking fees, retirement,
stipends, memberships, media income, tuition reimbursement
and earned deferred compensation, including those funded by the
state.

Staff members responsible for the gender-specific athletics


department, but not a specific sport (i.e., director of men's athletics),
will have their compensation figures reported as Expenses Not
Related to Specific Teams fields. Athletics department staff
members who assist both men's and women's teams (sports
information director, academic advisor) will be reported as Not
Allocated by Gender column.
25 Support Staff/ $0 Input compensation, bonuses and benefits paid to administrative
Administrative and support staff by a third party and contractually guaranteed by
Compensation, Benefits the institution, but not included on the institutions W-2 including:
and Bonuses paid by
Third Party • Car stipend.
• Country club membership.
• Allowances for clothing, housing, entertainment.
• Speaking fees.
• Camps compensation.
• Media income.
• Shoe and apparel income.

Expense Category 23 and 25 should equal Category 10.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Expenses Support Staff/ Support Staff/ Support Staff/ Support Staff/ Support Staff/ Support Staff/
by Object Administrative Administrative Administrative Administrative Administrative Administrative
of Compensation, Compensation, Compensation, Compensation, Compensation, Compensation,
Expenditur Benefits and Benefits and Benefits and Benefits and Benefits and Benefits and
e Bonuses paid Bonuses paid Bonuses paid Bonuses paid Bonuses paid Bonuses paid
by the by Third Party by the by Third Party by the by Third Party
University and University and University and
Related Related Related
Entities Entities Entities
Baseball 220,790

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Expenses Support Staff/ Support Staff/ Support Staff/ Support Staff/ Support Staff/ Support Staff/
by Object Administrative Administrative Administrative Administrative Administrative Administrative
of Compensation, Compensation, Compensation, Compensation, Compensation, Compensation,
Expenditur Benefits and Benefits and Benefits and Benefits and Benefits and Benefits and
e Bonuses paid Bonuses paid Bonuses paid Bonuses paid Bonuses paid Bonuses paid
by the by Third Party by the by Third Party by the by Third Party
University and University and University and
Related Related Related
Entities Entities Entities
Basketball 1,095,629 500,214
Field
Hockey
Football 2,455,365
Golf
Lacrosse 48,208 45,201
Rowing 86,455
Soccer 45,535 20,013
Softball
Swimming
and Diving
Tennis 83,091 27,267
Track and 16,996 16,996
Field, X-
Country
Volleyball 42,081
Wrestling
Others 17,927 17,927
Subtotal 3,983,541 0 756,154 0 0 0
All Teams
Expenses 14,168,541
Not
Related to
Specific
Teams
Total 3,983,541 0 756,154 0 14,168,541 0
Expenses

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

26 Severance $833,646 Input severance payments and applicable benefits recognized for past coaching
Payments and administrative personnel.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams OnlyNot Allocated by Gender


Expenses by Object of Expenditure Severance Payments Severance Payments Severance Payments
Baseball
Basketball 44,082
Field Hockey
Football
Golf
Lacrosse
Rowing
Soccer
Softball
Swimming and Diving 11,674 11,674
Tennis 66,155
Track and Field, X-Country 3,223 3,223
Volleyball
Wrestling
Others
Subtotal All Teams 14,897 125,134 0
Expenses Not Related to Specific 693,615
Teams
Total Expenses 14,897 125,134 693,615

NCAA Membership Financial Reporting System Page 48 of 84


Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

27 Recruiting $1,900,260 Input transportation, lodging and meals for prospective student-athletes and
institutional personnel on official and unofficial visits, telephone call charges,
postage and such. Include value of use of institution's own vehicles or airplanes as
well as in-kind value of loaned or contributed transportation.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Expenses by Object of Expenditure Recruiting Recruiting Recruiting
Baseball 67,736
Basketball 313,346 176,937
Field Hockey 26,087
Football 745,347
Golf 25,328 23,869
Lacrosse 28,261 17,985
Rowing 97,013
Soccer 32,811 29,125
Softball 37,085
Swimming and Diving 36,665 37,929
Tennis 37,945 26,225
Track and Field, X-Country 33,078 32,460
Volleyball 33,566
Wrestling 37,234
Others 2,255 1,973
Subtotal All Teams 1,360,006 540,254 0
Expenses Not Related to Specific Teams
Total Expenses 1,360,006 540,254 0

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

28 Team $7,275,969 Input air and ground travel, lodging, meals and incidentals (including housing costs
Trave incurred during school break period) for competition related to preseason, regular season
l and non-bowl postseason. Amounts incurred for food and lodging for housing the team
before a home game also should be included. Use of the institution's own vehicles or
airplanes as well as in-kind value of donor-provided transportation.

Note: Expenses related to post-season bowls should be included in Category 41.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Expenses by Object of Expenditure Team Travel Team Travel Team Travel
Baseball 316,935
Basketball 1,660,642 523,531
Field Hockey 154,468
Football 1,710,068
Golf 73,191 94,033
Lacrosse 211,166 158,875
Rowing 257,512
Soccer 133,477 221,754
Softball 181,091
Swimming and Diving 192,609 199,251
Tennis 246,987 168,388
Track and Field, X-Country 231,306 226,982
Volleyball 115,451
Wrestling 137,584
Others 32,356 28,312
Subtotal All Teams 4,946,321 2,329,648 0
Expenses Not Related to Specific Teams
Total Expenses 4,946,321 2,329,648 0

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

29 Sports Equipment, $2,266,467 Input items that are provided to the teams only. Equipment amounts are
Uniforms and Supplies those expended from current or operating funds. Include value of in-
kind equipment provided.

Note: Expenses related to post-season bowls should be included in


Category 41.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Expenses by Object of Sports Equipment, Sports Equipment, Sports Equipment,
Expenditure Uniforms and Supplies Uniforms and Supplies Uniforms and Supplies
Baseball 102,577
Basketball 86,019 75,133
Field Hockey 53,585
Football 971,857
Golf 33,547 37,094
Lacrosse 78,203 60,417
Rowing 60,841
Soccer 73,153 54,378
Softball 54,610
Swimming and Diving 36,585 37,847
Tennis 107,460 55,302
Track and Field, X- 90,627 88,933
Country
Volleyball 36,826
Wrestling 41,209
Others 16,141 14,123
Subtotal All Teams 1,637,378 629,089 0
Expenses Not Related to
Specific Teams
Total Expenses 1,637,378 629,089 0

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

30 Game $4,721,680 Input game-day expenses other than travel which are necessary for intercollegiate
Expense athletics competition, including officials, security, event staff, ambulance, etc. Input
s any payments back to the NCAA for hosting a tournament.

Note: Expenses related to post-season bowls should be included in Category 41.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Expenses by Object of Expenditure Game Expenses Game Expenses Game Expenses
Baseball 533,898
Basketball 1,032,341 547,499
Field Hockey 45,869
Football 1,856,327
Golf 200 400
Lacrosse 92,629 69,135
Rowing 2,565
Soccer 108,367 72,382
Softball 78,070
Swimming and Diving 2,683 2,775
Tennis 28,331 35,417
Track and Field, X-Country 72,633 71,276
Volleyball 42,537
Wrestling 18,521
Others 147 128
Subtotal All Teams 3,746,077 968,053 0
Expenses Not Related to Specific Teams 7,550
Total Expenses 3,746,077 968,053 7,550

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

31 Fund Raising, Marketing $525,245 Input costs associated with fund raising, marketing and promotion for
and Promotion media guides, brochures, recruiting publications and such.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Expenses by Object of Fund Raising, Marketing Fund Raising, Marketing Fund Raising, Marketing
Expenditure and Promotion and Promotion and Promotion
Baseball 19,199
Basketball 71,051 32,801
Field Hockey 2,724
Football 220,877
Golf
Lacrosse 2,774 884
Rowing 186
Soccer 9,623 6,892
Softball 7,000
Swimming and Diving 840 869
Tennis 3,884 2,220
Track and Field, X- 2,095 2,056
Country
Volleyball 9,274
Wrestling 3,956
Others 88 77
Subtotal All Teams 334,387 64,983 0
Expenses Not Related to 125,875
Specific Teams
Total Expenses 334,387 64,983 125,875

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

32 Sports $129,902 Input all expenses paid by the athletics department, including non-athletics
Camp personnel salaries and benefits, from hosting sports camps and clinics. Athletics
Expenses personnel salaries and benefits should be reported in Categories 22-25.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by


Gender
Expenses by Object of Expenditure Sports Camp Sports Camp Sports Camp Expenses
Expenses Expenses
Baseball
Basketball
Field Hockey
Football
Golf
Lacrosse
Rowing
Soccer
Softball
Swimming and Diving
Tennis
Track and Field, X-Country
Volleyball
Wrestling
Others
Subtotal All Teams 0 0 0
Expenses Not Related to Specific 129,902
Teams
Total Expenses 0 0 129,902

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

33 Spirit $147,943 Include support for spirit groups including bands, cheerleaders, mascots, dancers,
Groups etc.

Note: Expenses related to post-season bowls should be included in Category 41.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Expenses by Object of Expenditure Spirit Groups Spirit Groups Spirit Groups
Baseball
Basketball 4,565 1,100
Field Hockey
Football 34,048
Golf
Lacrosse
Rowing
Soccer
Softball
Swimming and Diving
Tennis
Track and Field, X-Country
Volleyball
Wrestling
Others
Subtotal All Teams 38,613 1,100 0
Expenses Not Related to Specific Teams 108,230
Total Expenses 38,613 1,100 108,230

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

34 Athletic Facilities $4,615,418 Input debt service payments (principal and interest, including internal
Debt Service, Leases loan programs), leases and rental fees for athletics facilities for the
and Rental Fee reporting year regardless of entity paying (athletics, institution or other).

Do not report depreciation.

Note: If the institution is paying for all debt service, leases, or rental fees
for athletic facilities but not charging to athletics, this category should
equal Category 6A. If athletics or other entities are paying these expenses
or the institution is charging directly to athletics, this category will not
equal Category 6A.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Expenses by Object Athletic Facilities Debt Athletic Facilities Debt Athletic Facilities Debt
of Expenditure Service, Leases and Rental Service, Leases and Rental Service, Leases and Rental
Fee Fee Fee
Baseball
Basketball
Field Hockey
Football
Golf
Lacrosse
Rowing
Soccer
Softball
Swimming and
Diving
Tennis
Track and Field, X-
Country
Volleyball
Wrestling
Others
Subtotal All Teams 0 0 0
Expenses Not 4,615,418
Related to Specific
Teams
Total Expenses 0 0 4,615,418

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

35 Direct Overhead and $11,888,196 Input overhead and administrative expenses paid by or
Administrative Expenses charged directly to athletics including:

• Administrative/Overhead fees charged by the institution to


athletics.
• Facilities maintenance.
• Security.
• Risk Management.
• Utilities.
• Equipment Repair.
• Telephone.
• Other Administrative Expenses.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Expenses by Object of Direct Overhead and Direct Overhead and Direct Overhead and
Expenditure Administrative Expenses Administrative Expenses Administrative Expenses
Baseball 47,387
Basketball 29,583 32,665
Field Hockey 13,484
Football 178,630
Golf 5,078 5,843
Lacrosse 6,443 6,249
Rowing 39,732
Soccer 8,351 7,106
Softball 12,180
Swimming and Diving 4,870 5,038
Tennis 4,549 3,593
Track and Field, X- 18,909 18,556
Country
Volleyball 7,649
Wrestling 5,254
Others 1,370 1,198
Subtotal All Teams 310,424 153,293 0
Expenses Not Related 11,424,479
to Specific Teams
Total Expenses 310,424 153,293 11,424,479

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

36 Indirect Institutional $0 Input overhead and administrative expenses NOT paid by or charged directly
Support to athletics including:

• Administrative/Overhead fees not charged by the institution to athletics.


• Facilities maintenance.
• Security.
• Risk Management.
• Utilities.
• Equipment Repair.
• Telephone.
• Other Administrative Expenses.

Do not report depreciation.

Note: This category should equal Category 6.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Expenses by Object of Indirect Institutional Indirect Institutional Indirect Institutional
Expenditure Support Support Support
Baseball
Basketball
Field Hockey
Football
Golf
Lacrosse
Rowing
Soccer
Softball
Swimming and Diving
Tennis
Track and Field, X-Country
Volleyball
Wrestling
Others
Subtotal All Teams 0 0 0
Expenses Not Related to
Specific Teams

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Expenses by Object of Indirect Institutional Indirect Institutional Indirect Institutional
Expenditure Support Support Support
Total Expenses 0 0 0

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

37 Medical Expenses and $1,455,265 Input medical expenses and medical insurance premiums for
Insurance student-athletes.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Expenses by Object of Medical Expenses and Medical Expenses and Medical Expenses and
Expenditure Insurance Insurance Insurance
Baseball 14,102
Basketball 45,100 20,940
Field Hockey 15,625
Football 165,833
Golf 486 2,403
Lacrosse 53,240 4,886
Rowing 18,603
Soccer 32,604 18,172
Softball 17,810
Swimming and Diving 16,179 16,736
Tennis 6,560 5,547
Track and Field, X-Country 38,149 37,436
Volleyball 11,527
Wrestling 16,856
Others 2,116 1,852
Subtotal All Teams 391,225 171,537 0
Expenses Not Related to 892,503
Specific Teams
Total Expenses 391,225 171,537 892,503

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

38 Memberships and Dues $2,619,903 Input memberships, conference and association dues.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by


Gender
Expenses by Object of Expenditure Memberships and Memberships and Memberships and Dues
Dues Dues
Baseball 3,790
Basketball 0 1,225
Field Hockey 3,314
Football 155
Golf 400 2,760
Lacrosse 587 1,175
Rowing 2,149
Soccer 10 560
Softball 668
Swimming and Diving 484 501
Tennis 754 861
Track and Field, X-Country 45 45
Volleyball 1,357
Wrestling 375
Others 1,840 1,610
Subtotal All Teams 8,440 16,225 0
Expenses Not Related to Specific 2,595,238
Teams
Total Expenses 8,440 16,225 2,595,238

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

39 Student-Athlete Meals (non- $1,163,201 Include meal allowance and food/snacks provided to student-
travel) athletes.

Note: Meals provided during team travel should be reported in


Category 28.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Expenses by Object of Student-Athlete Meals Student-Athlete Meals Student-Athlete Meals
Expenditure (non-travel) (non-travel) (non-travel)
Baseball 9,575
Basketball 4,040 4,161
Field Hockey 288
Football 8,229
Golf 990
Lacrosse 5,381 3,774
Rowing 3,544
Soccer 5,289 1,612
Softball 2,160
Swimming and Diving 3,064 3,170
Tennis 252 1,981
Track and Field, X- 485 476
Country
Volleyball 747
Wrestling 365
Others 130 114
Subtotal All Teams 36,810 23,017 0
Expenses Not Related to 1,103,374
Specific Teams
Total Expenses 36,810 23,017 1,103,374

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

40 Other Operating $4,583,184 Input any operating expenses paid by athletics in the report year which
Expenses cannot be classified into one of the stated categories, including:

• Non-team travel (conferences, etc.).


• Team banquets and awards.

If the figure is greater than 10% of total expenses, please report the top three
activities included in this category in the comments section.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by


Gender
Expenses by Object of Other Operating Other Operating Other Operating
Expenditure Expenses Expenses Expenses
Baseball 41,264
Basketball 504,112 128,990
Field Hockey 25,278
Football 857,653
Golf 44,445 37,499
Lacrosse 37,926 33,468
Rowing 95,653
Soccer 41,711 37,379
Softball 30,589
Swimming and Diving 21,297 22,032
Tennis 43,158 28,558
Track and Field, X-Country 42,714 41,916
Volleyball 40,336
Wrestling 34,580
Others 173,099 151,462
Subtotal All Teams 1,841,959 673,160 0
Expenses Not Related to Specific 2,068,065
Teams
Total Expenses 1,841,959 673,160 2,068,065

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

41 Bowl $833,955 Input all expenditures related to participation in a post-season bowl game, including:
Expenses
• Team travel, lodging and meal expenses.
• Bonuses related to bowl participation.
• Spirit groups.
• Uniforms.

Note: All post-season bowl related coaching compensation/bonuses should be reported


in Category 41A, Bowl Expenses – Coaching Compensation/Bonuses.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Expenses by Object of Expenditure Bowl Expenses Bowl Expenses Bowl Expenses
Baseball
Basketball
Field Hockey
Football 833,955
Golf
Lacrosse
Rowing
Soccer
Softball
Swimming and Diving
Tennis
Track and Field, X-Country
Volleyball
Wrestling
Others
Subtotal All Teams 833,955 0 0
Expenses Not Related to Specific Teams
Total Expenses 833,955 0 0

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

41A Bowl Expenses - Coaching $424,833 Input all coaching bonuses related to participation in a post-
Compensation/Bonuses season bowl game.

Note: All other post-season bowl related expenses should be


reported in Category 41, Bowl Expenses.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by Gender


Expenses by Object Bowl Expenses - Coaching Bowl Expenses - Coaching Bowl Expenses - Coaching
of Expenditure Compensation/Bonuses Compensation/Bonuses Compensation/Bonuses
Baseball
Basketball
Field Hockey
Football 424,833
Golf
Lacrosse
Rowing
Soccer
Softball
Swimming and
Diving
Tennis
Track and Field, X-
Country
Volleyball
Wrestling
Others
Subtotal All Teams 424,833 0 0
Expenses Not Related
to Specific Teams
Total Expenses 424,833 0 0

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Total Operating Expenses $112,621,238 Total of Categories 20-41A.

Men's Teams Only Women's Teams Only Not Allocated by


Gender
Expenses by Object of Total Operating Total Operating Total Operating
Expenditure Expenses Expenses Expenses
Baseball 3,646,332
Basketball 13,764,636 4,249,188
Field Hockey 1,379,024
Football 25,888,748
Golf 762,580 903,951
Lacrosse 2,064,725 1,439,912
Rowing 2,342,911
Soccer 1,667,167 1,943,293
Softball 1,429,783
Swimming and Diving 1,243,961 1,551,623
Tennis 1,373,969 1,274,873
Track and Field, X-Country 1,694,192 2,057,827
Volleyball 1,453,484
Wrestling 1,292,755
Others 392,204 363,511
Subtotal All Teams 53,791,269 20,389,380 0
Expenses Not Related to Specific 0 0 38,440,589
Teams
Total Expenses 53,791,269 20,389,380 38,440,589

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Athletics Participation
Table 846 Table 1 - - - Athletics Participation. A participant is a student-athlete who, as of the day of a varsity
1 team's first scheduled contest in the traditional season: (a) is listed as a team member; (b) practices
with the varsity team and receives coaching from one or more varsity coaches; or (c) receives
athletically-related student aid.

Any student who satisfies one or more of the criteria above is a participant, including a student on a
team the institution designates or defines as junior varsity, freshman, or novice, or a student who
does not play in a scheduled contest, whether for medical reasons or to preserve eligibility (i.e., a
redshirt).

Student-athletes who participate in more than one sport should be counted in each sport. The Coed
Teams column is marked based on the content of the sports sponsored table (Mixed Sports) in the
School Info page. Male practice players are NOT to be included as participants in this table.

Number of Participants Number of Participants Number of Participants


Participating on a Participating on a
Second Team Third Team
Sport Coed Men's Women's Men's Women's Men's Women's
Teams Teams Teams Teams Teams Teams Teams
Baseball 38
Basketball 18 11 1
Cross Country 23 17 23 17 23 17
Field Hockey 24
Football 127
Golf 10 12
Lacrosse 47 33
Rowing 77
Soccer 30 26
Softball 25
Swimming and Diving 29 30
Tennis 12 10
Track, Indoor 42 44 42 44
Track, Outdoor 42 44 42 44
Volleyball 15
Wrestling 30
Others 16 14
Total Participants 464 382 107 106 23 17
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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Number of Participants Number of Participants Number of Participants


Participating on a Participating on a
Second Team Third Team
Sport Coed Men's Women's Men's Women's Men's Women's
Teams Teams Teams Teams Teams Teams Teams
Participant Proportion 54.8% 45.2%
Unduplicated Count of 407 326
Participants

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Head Coaching Assignments - Men's Teams


Table 2A 11 Table 2A - - - Head Coaches Assignments Men's Teams

Head Coaches of Men's Teams


Male Coaches - Head Count Female Coaches - Head Count
Sport Full Time Part Time Full Time Part Time Full Time Part Time Full Time Part Time
Coaching Coaching University University Coaching Coaching University University
Duties Duties Employee Employee or Duties Duties Employee Employee or
Volunteer Volunteer
Baseball 1 1
Basketball 1 1
Football 1 1
Golf 1 1
Lacrosse 1 1
Soccer 1 1
Swimming 1 1
and Diving
Tennis 1 1
Track and 1 1
Field, X-
Country
Wrestling 1 1
Others 1 1
Coaching 8 3 11 0 0 0 0 0
Position
Totals

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Head Coaching Assignments - Women's Teams


Table 2B 12 Table 2B - - - Head Coaches Assignments Women's Teams

Head Coaches of Women's Teams


Male Coaches - Head Count Female Coaches - Head Count
Sport Full Time Part Time Full Time Part Time Full Time Part Time Full Time Part Time
Coaching Coaching University University Coaching Coaching University University
Duties Duties Employee Employee or Duties Duties Employee Employee or
Volunteer Volunteer
Basketball 1 1
Field 1 1
Hockey
Golf 1 1
Lacrosse 1 1
Rowing 1 1
Soccer 1 1
Softball 1 1
Swimming 1 1
and Diving
Tennis 1 1
Track and 1 1
Field, X-
Country
Volleyball 1 1
Others 1 1
Coaching 3 3 6 0 6 0 6 0
Position
Totals

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Assistant Coaching Assignments - Men's Teams


Table 3A 51 Table 3A - - - Assistant Coaches Assignments Men's Teams

Assistant Coaches of Men's Teams


Male Coaches - Head Count Female Coaches - Head Count
Sport Full Time Part Time Full Time Part Time Full Time Part Time Full Time Part Time
Coaching Coaching University University Coaching Coaching University University
Duties Duties Employee Employee or Duties Duties Employee Employee or
Volunteer Volunteer
Baseball 2 1 2 1
Basketball 3 3
Football 10 4 10 4
Golf 1 1 1 1
Lacrosse 2 1 2 1
Soccer 2 2
Swimming 6 4 2 1 1
and Diving
Tennis 1 1 1 1
Track and 6 3 3 4 2 2
Field, X-
Country
Wrestling 2 1 2 1
Others 2 2
Coaching 23 23 32 14 0 5 3 2
Position
Totals

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Assistant Coaching Assignments - Women's Teams


Table 3B 47 Table 3B - - - Assistant Coaches Assignments Women's Teams

Assistant Coaches of Women's Teams


Male Coaches - Head Count Female Coaches - Head Count
Sport Full Time Part Time Full Time Part Time Full Time Part Time Full Time Part Time
Coaching Coaching University University Coaching Coaching University University
Duties Duties Employee Employee or Duties Duties Employee Employee or
Volunteer Volunteer
Basketball 3 3
Field 1 1 1 1 1 1
Hockey
Golf 1 1 1 1
Lacrosse 2 1 2 1
Rowing 2 2 3 1 3 1
Soccer 1 1 1 1 1 1
Softball 2 1 2 1
Swimming 6 4 2 1 1
and Diving
Tennis 1 1 1 1
Track and 6 3 3 4 2 2
Field, X-
Country
Volleyball 1 1 1 1 1 1
Others 2 2
Coaching 3 19 12 10 15 10 18 7
Position
Totals

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Other Reporting Items

AUP Data Categories:

50 - Excess Transfers to Institution: $0


51 - Conference Realignment Expenses: $0
52 - Total Athletics Related Debt: $11,314,601
53 - Total Institutional Debt: $1,330,651,379
54 - Athletics Dedicated Endowments: $169,936,851
55 - Institutional Endowments: $7,058,234,610
56 - Athletics Related Capital Expenditures: $25,348,565

Other Data Categories:

Institutional Expenses: $3,520,087,465


Athletically-Related Facilities Annual Debt Service: $3,951,718
Institution's Annual Debt Service: $198,877,960
Institution's Education and General Expenses: $1,512,542,628
Average Cost of Full Grant-in-Aid - In-State: $34,410
Average Cost of Full Grant-in-Aid - Out-of-State: $67,716
Average Cost of Attendance - In-State: $34,482
Average Cost of Attendance - Out-of-State: $67,785
Expenses Dedicated to Compliance: $566,310
Name of Compliance Software Used: Compliance Assistant
Compliance FTEs: 4

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Revenue Distribution - Sports Sponsored


Distribution Year: 2020
Academic Year of Sport Sponsorship Information: 2018-19

Men's Sports Women's Sports Mixed Sports


x Baseball x Field Hockey
x Football x Softball
x Men's Basketball x Women's Basketball
x Men's Cross Country x Women's Cross Country
x Men's Golf x Women's Golf
x Men's Lacrosse x Women's Lacrosse
x Men's Soccer x Women's Rowing
x Men's Swimming and Diving x Women's Soccer
x Men's Tennis x Women's Swimming and Diving
x Men's Track, Indoor x Women's Tennis
x Men's Track, Outdoor x Women's Track, Indoor
x Men's Wrestling x Women's Track, Outdoor
x Women's Volleyball
Total Men's Sports Sponsored: 12 Total Women's Sports Sponsored: 13 Total Mixed Sports
Sponsored:
Current Year's Submission of Sports Previous Year's Submission of Sports Variance: 0
Sponsored: 25 Sponsored: 25

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Revenue Distribution - Grants-in-Aid


Distribution Year: 2020
Academic Year of Grant-in-Aid Information: 2018-19

Men's Team Sports

Men's Team Sport Athletic Aid Exhausted Eligibility Total Revenue


Equivalency (A) or Medical Distribution Equivalencies
Equivalency (B) Awarded (A+B)
Baseball 12.62 0 12.62
Basketball 12.61 0 12.61
Football 82.36 3 85.36
Golf 4.76 0 4.76
Lacrosse 13.33 0.16 13.49
Soccer 10.11 0 10.11
Swimming and Diving 10.34 0 10.34
Tennis 4.68 0 4.68
Track and Field, X- 13 0 13
Country
Wrestling 10.43 0.28 10.71
Total Men's 174.24 3.44 177.68

Women's Team Sports

Women's Team Sport Athletic Aid Exhausted Eligibility Total Revenue


Equivalency (A) or Medical Distribution Equivalencies
Equivalency (B) Awarded (A+B)
Basketball 11 0 11
Field Hockey 12.38 0 12.38
Golf 6.07 0 6.07
Lacrosse 12.87 0 12.87
Rowing 20.51 0 20.51
Soccer 14.37 0 14.37
Softball 12.44 0 12.44
Swimming and Diving 14.64 0 14.64
Tennis 7.53 0 7.53
Track and Field, X- 18.73 1 19.73
Country
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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Women's Team Sport Athletic Aid Exhausted Eligibility Total Revenue


Equivalency (A) or Medical Distribution Equivalencies
Equivalency (B) Awarded (A+B)
Volleyball 12 0 12
Total Women's 142.54 1 143.54

Mixed Team Sports

Mixed Team Sport Athletic Aid Exhausted Eligibility Total Revenue


Equivalency (A) or Medical Distribution Equivalencies
Equivalency (B) Awarded (A+B)
Total Mixed 0 0 0

Prior Year Total Rev Dist Current Year Total Rev Dist Variance Between Prior and
Equivalencies Equivalencies Current Year
313.18 321.22 8.04 (2.57%)

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Revenue Distribution - Pell Grants


Distribution Year: 2020
Academic Year of Pell Grant Information: 2018-19

Men's Team Sports

Sport 2018-19 Pell Prior Year Pell Variance Total Dollar Amount for SAs on
Grants Grants Totals Pell Grants
Baseball 4 3 1 12,880
Basketball 3 3 0 9,885
Football 27 36 -9 117,834
Golf 0 0
Lacrosse 0 0
Soccer 2 11 -9 12,190
Swimming and Diving 3 4 -1 17,035
Tennis 1 1 0 6,095
Track and Field, X- 3 4 -1 13,485
Country
Wrestling 2 2 0 8,992
Men's Total 45 64 -19 198,396

Women's Team Sports

Sport 2018-19 Pell Prior Year Pell Variance Total Dollar Amount for SAs on
Grants Grants Totals Pell Grants
Basketball 0 0
Field Hockey 0 0
Golf 2 -2
Lacrosse 1 2 -1 5,645
Rowing 3 3 0 17,835
Soccer 2 -2
Softball 2 0 2 3,890
Swimming and Diving 1 1 0 652
Tennis 0 0
Track and Field, X- 2 2 0 3,590
Country
Volleyball 2 -2

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Sport 2018-19 Pell Prior Year Pell Variance Total Dollar Amount for SAs on
Grants Grants Totals Pell Grants
Women's Total 9 14 -5 31,612

Mixed Team Sports

Sport 2018-19 Pell Prior Year Pell Variance Total Dollar Amount for SAs on Pell
Grants Grants Totals Grants
Mixed 0 0 0
Total

2018-19 Pell Prior Year Pell Variance Total Dollar Amount for SAs on Pell
Grants Grants Totals Grants
Total 54 78 -24 $230,008

Variance explanation: Financial situations vary from year to year.

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Comments
Comments:

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Miscellaneous Information
Note: These values are calculated from data entered earlier in the system.

Athletically Input the total amount of athletic student-aid for the reporting year including:
Related • Summer school.
Student Aid
• Tuition discounts and waivers (unless it is a discount or waiver available to the general
student body).
• Aid given to student-athletes who are inactive (medical reasons) or no longer eligible
(exhausted eligibility).
• Other expenses related to attendance.

Note: Division I Grants-in-aid equivalencies are calculated by using the revenue distribution
equivalencies by sport and in aggregate. (Athletic grant amount divided by the full grant
amount). Other expenses related to attendance (also known as gap money or cost of
attendance) should not be included in the grants-in-aid revenue distribution equivalencies.
Only tuition, fees, room, board and course related books are countable for grants-in-aid
revenue distribution per Bylaw 20.02.7.

Athletics aid awarded to non-athletes (student-managers, graduate assistants, trainers) should


be reported as Expenses Not Related to Specific Teams. It is permissible to report only dollars
in the Expenses Not Related to Specific Teams row as long as you have reported non- zero
entries for Equivalencies, Number of Students, and Dollars (all 3 required for at least one
sport).

Note: Pell grants are provided by the government, not the institution or athletics
department, and therefore should be excluded from reporting in this category.

This information can be managed within the NCAA's Compliance Assistance (CA) software.
The information entered into compliance assistance will automatically populate to the athletic
student aid section within the NCAA Financial Reporting System when the CA import feature
is selected.
Men's Teams $11,194,859
Women's Teams $8,620,210
Total Amount $19,815,069

Recruiting Input transportation, lodging and meals for prospective student-athletes and institutional
Expenditures personnel on official and unofficial visits, telephone call charges, postage and such. Include
value of use of institution's own vehicles or airplanes as well as in-kind value of loaned or
contributed transportation.
Men's Teams $1,360,006
Women's Teams $540,254
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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Total Amount $1,900,260

Head Coaches Input compensation, bonuses and benefits paid to all coaches reportable on the university or
Salaries related entities W-2 and 1099 forms inclusive of:

• Gross wages and bonuses.


• Benefits including allowances, speaking fees, retirement, stipends, memberships, media
income, tuition reimbursement and earned deferred compensation, including those funded by
the state.

Place any severance payments in Category 26.

Note: Bonuses related to participation in a post-season bowl game should be included in


Category 41A.
Average Salaries of Head Dollars per FTE's Dollars per Number of
Coaches FTE Position Positions
Men's Teams $1,341,549 9.5 $1,158,611 11
Women's Teams $257,414 10.5 $225,237 12

Assistant Input compensation, bonuses and benefits paid to all coaches reportable on the university or
Coaches Salaries related entities W-2 and 1099 forms inclusive of:

• Gross wages and bonuses.


• Benefits including allowances, speaking fees, retirement, stipends, memberships, media
income, tuition reimbursement and earned deferred compensation, including those funded
by the state.

Place any severance payments in Category 26.

Note: Bonuses related to participation in a post-season bowl game should be included in


Category 41A.
Average Salaries of Assistant Dollars per FTE's Dollars per Number of
Coaches FTE Position Positions
Men's Teams $266,994 29 $221,224 35
Women's Teams $103,320 24 $82,656 30

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

Statement of Revenues and Expenses


For the fiscal year ended 2019 (UNAUDITED)
ID Item Football Men's Women's Other Non-Program Total
Basketball Basketball Sports Specific
Revenues
1 Ticket Sales $5,898,628 $4,704,383 $149,943 $624,235 $129,565 $11,506,754
2 Direct State or Other $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0
Government Support
3 Student Fees $0 $0 $0 $0 $14,439,959 $14,439,959
4 Direct Institutional $0 $0 $0 $0 $2,811,374 $2,811,374
Support
5 Less - Transfers to $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0
Institution
6 Indirect Institutional $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0
Support
6A Indirect Institutional $0 $0 $0 $0 $1,178,468 $1,178,468
Support - Athletic
Facilities Debt
Service, Lease and
Rental Fees
7 Guarantees $300,000 $180,010 $0 $9,000 $0 $489,010
8 Contributions $7,744,662 $3,358,229 $719,566 $14,282,291 $758,808 $26,863,556
9 In-Kind $40,250 $60,187 $0 $83,961 $15,000 $199,398
10 Compensation and $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0
Benefits provided by a
third party
11 Media Rights $15,936,000 $3,984,000 $0 $0 $0 $19,920,000
12 NCAA Distributions $0 $419,063 $0 $232,386 $4,060,850 $4,712,299
13 Conference $0 $68,171 $39,638 $243,412 $1,320,430 $1,671,651
Distributions (Non
Media and Non Bowl)
13A Conference $0 $0 $0 $0 $4,926,492 $4,926,492
Distributions of Bowl
Generated Revenue
14 Program, Novelty, $474,268 $371,258 $48,961 $143,141 $124,131 $1,161,759
Parking and
Concession Sales
15 Royalties, Licensing, $10,000 $55,000 $0 $313,000 $9,528,740 $9,906,740
Advertisement and
Sponsorships
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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

ID Item Football Men's Women's Other Non-Program Total


Basketball Basketball Sports Specific
16 Sports Camp Revenues $0 $0 $0 $0 $167,037 $167,037
17 Athletics Restricted $0 $0 $0 $574,765 $3,094,373 $3,669,138
Endowment and
Investments Income
18 Other Operating $697,098 $0 $0 $51,669 $4,547,766 $5,296,533
Revenue
19 Bowl Revenues $1,298,949 $0 $0 $0 $0 $1,298,949
Total Operating $32,399,855 $13,200,301 $958,108 $16,557,860 $47,102,993 $110,219,117
Revenues
Expenses
20 Athletic Student Aid $5,586,746 $881,563 $749,448 $12,597,312 $507,799 $20,322,868
21 Guarantees $1,555,000 $587,000 $123,000 $70,000 $0 $2,335,000
22 Coaching Salaries, $8,283,825 $7,449,645 $1,287,462 $8,649,135 $0 $25,670,067
Benefits and Bonuses
paid by the University
and Related Entities
23 Coaching Salaries, $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0
Benefits and Bonuses
paid by a Third Party
24 Support Staff/ $2,455,365 $1,095,629 $500,214 $688,487 $14,168,541 $18,908,236
Administrative
Compensation,
Benefits and Bonuses
paid by the University
and Related Entities
25 Support Staff/ $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0
Administrative
Compensation,
Benefits and Bonuses
paid by Third Party
26 Severance Payments $0 $0 $44,082 $95,949 $693,615 $833,646
27 Recruiting $745,347 $313,346 $176,937 $664,630 $0 $1,900,260
28 Team Travel $1,710,068 $1,660,642 $523,531 $3,381,728 $0 $7,275,969
29 Sports Equipment, $971,857 $86,019 $75,133 $1,133,458 $0 $2,266,467
Uniforms and Supplies
30 Game Expenses $1,856,327 $1,032,341 $547,499 $1,277,963 $7,550 $4,721,680

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Reporting Institution: University of Virginia Reporting Year (FY): 2019

ID Item Football Men's Women's Other Non-Program Total


Basketball Basketball Sports Specific
31 Fund Raising, $220,877 $71,051 $32,801 $74,641 $125,875 $525,245
Marketing and
Promotion
32 Sports Camp Expenses $0 $0 $0 $0 $129,902 $129,902
33 Spirit Groups $34,048 $4,565 $1,100 $0 $108,230 $147,943
34 Athletic Facilities $0 $0 $0 $0 $4,615,418 $4,615,418
Debt Service, Leases
and Rental Fee
35 Direct Overhead and $178,630 $29,583 $32,665 $222,839 $11,424,479 $11,888,196
Administrative
Expenses
36 Indirect Institutional $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0
Support
37 Medical Expenses and $165,833 $45,100 $20,940 $330,889 $892,503 $1,455,265
Insurance
38 Memberships and $155 $0 $1,225 $23,285 $2,595,238 $2,619,903
Dues
39 Student-Athlete Meals $8,229 $4,040 $4,161 $43,397 $1,103,374 $1,163,201
(non-travel)
40 Other Operating $857,653 $504,112 $128,990 $1,024,364 $2,068,065 $4,583,184
Expenses
41 Bowl Expenses $833,955 $0 $0 $0 $0 $833,955
41A Bowl Expenses - $424,833 $0 $0 $0 $0 $424,833
Coaching
Compensation/
Bonuses
Total Operating $25,888,748 $13,764,636 $4,249,188 $30,278,077 $38,440,589 $112,621,238
Expenses
Excess (Deficiencies) $6,511,107 -$564,335 -$3,291,080 -$13,720,217 $8,662,404 -$2,402,121
of Revenues Over
(Under) Expenses

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UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA MULTl-SPORT AGREEMENT

THIS IS AN AGREE:MENT made and entered into by and between University of Virginia
(hereinafter "UNIVERSITY"), having its principal administrative office in Charlottesville Virginia,
and NIKE USA, Inc. (hereinafter "NIKE"), an Oregon .corporation having its principal offices at
One Bowerman Drive, Beaverton, Oregon 97005-6453.
WITNESSETH
WHEREAS, UNIVERSITY fields and maintains nationally recognized athletic teams in
football, women's basketball and women's soccer (and retains the coaches and staff in
connection therewith) and owns all right, title and interest in and to the names, nicknames,
mascots, trademarks, service marks, logographics and/or symbols, and any other recognized
reference to UNIVERSITY or its "Intercollegiate Athletic Programs" (as defined below); and
WHEREAS, NIKE is a sports and fitness company engaged in the manufacture,
distribution and sale of athletic and athleisure footwear, apparel and related accessories, and
desires to support UNIVERSITY and its intercollegiate athletic programs as described below;
NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises, terms and conditions set
forth herein, it is agreed as follows:
1. DEFINITIONS.
As used in this Agreement, the terms set forth below shall be defined as follows:
(a) "NIKE Group" shall mean NIKE USA, Inc., NIKE Retail Services, Inc. (d/b/3.
NikeTown), their parent NIKE, Inc., their licensees, distributors, subsidiarie:;,
affiliates and any successor companies thereto.
(b) "UNIVERSITY Endorsement" shall mean the right to use the names, nicknames,
mascots, trademarks, service marks, logographics and/or symbols, and any otber
recognized reference to UNIVERSITY or its Intercollegiate ·Athletic Programs
(collectively, the "UNIVERSITY Marks") in connection with the manufacture,
advertisement, promotion and sale of "NIKE Products" (as defined below).
(c) "Intercollegiate Athletic Program(s)' shall mean the football, women's basketball
and women's soccer programs sponsored by UNIVERSITY.
(d) "Team" shall mean that group of athletes attending UNIVERSITY during the term
of this Agreement and comprising the roster of. each Intercollegiate Athletic
Program.
(e) "Game" shall mean game, match, meet, test or such other competition reference
as is appropriate to each Individual sport.
(f) "Coach" shall mean an individual employed during the term of this Agreement to
act as a head coach of an intercollegiate Athletic Program.
(g) "Coach Endorsement" shall mean the right to use a Coach's name, nickname,
initials, autograph, facsimile signature, voice, video or film portrayals, photographs,
likeness and image or facsimile image, and any other means of endorsement used
by such Coach, in connection with the advertisement, promotion and sale of NIKE
Products. Except as otherwise provided herein, each Coach shall retain all rights
in and to his or her name and endorsement and neither UNIVERSITY nor any
Coach shall be prevented from using, permitting or licensing others to use a
Coach's name or endorsement in connection with the advertisement, promotion or
sale of any product or service other than "Products" (as defined below).
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(h) "Staff" shall mean, collectively, all assistant coaches and strength coaches,
equipment managers, trainers and any on-field/courtslde staff (e.g., ballpersons,
basketball stat crews, etc.) employed by UNIVERSITY during the term of this
Agreement to provide services to Intercollegiate Athletic Programs.
(i) "Contract Year" shall mean each consecutive twelve (12) month period from July 1
through June 30 during the term of this Agreement.
(j) "NCAA" shall mean the National Collegiate Athletic Association.
(k) "Conference" shall mean the intercollegiate athletic conference of which
UNIVERSITY is a member.
(I) "Products" shall mean:
(1) all athletic and athletically inspired or derived footwear that members of any
of Team, Coaches and/or Staff wear or may be reasonably expected to wear
while participating in their respective Intercollegiate Athletic Program;
(2) authentic competition apparel consisting of uniforms, sideline or courtside
jackets and sweaters, game-day warm-ups, basketball shooting shirts,
football player capes, wool and fitted caps, windsuits, rainsuits, sideline or
courtside pants, shorts and shirts, and similar apparel, and practicewear
(collectively, "Authentic Competition Apparel") that members of any Team,
Coaches and/or Staff wear or may be reasonably expected to wear while
participating in their respective Intercollegiate Athletic Program;
(3) all other apparel articles of an athletic or athleisure nature including but not
limited to tank-tops, T-shirts, sweatsuits, separates and other body
coverings, and accessories of an athletic or athleisure nature, including but
not limited to headwear, headbands, wristbands, bags, socks, hand-towels,
receiver's and linemen's gloves, goalie gloves, and shin guards that
members of any Team, Coaches and/or Staff wear or use or may be
reasonably expected to wear or use while participating in their respective
Intercollegiate Athletic Program;
(4) sports equipment including, but not limited to, soccer balls, basketballs,
protective eyewear, eyewear with performance attributes and sunglasses,
sports timing devices (including wristwatches, race timers, stopwatches, etc.
and devices used for competition or training that are also used in
combination with timing devices such as heart-rate monitors or calorimeters),
and such other equipment as NIKE may add to its Product lines al any time
during the term of this Agreement and subject to the provisions of Paragraph
14 below; and
(5) sports-themed instructional and entertainment home video products, and
electronic, computer, arcade, video and virtual reality games and devices.
(m) "NIKE Products" shall mean all Products In connection with which, or upon which,
the NIKE name, the Swoosh Design, the NIKE AIR Design, the Basketball Player
Silhouette ("Jumpman") Design or any other trademarks or brands (e.g., Brand
Jordan, Bauer, Sports Specialties, SPL.28) now or hereafter owned and/or
controlled by NIKE (collectively, "NIKE Marks") appear.
(n) "Internet Contenf' shall mean text, graphics, photographs, film, video, audio
and/or other data or information.

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(o) "Internet" shall mean a global network of interconnected computer networks or


other devices which is used to transmit Internet Content that is directly or indirectly
delivered to a computer or other device for display to a user thereof, whether such
Internet Content is delivered through on-line browsers, off-line browsers, "push"
technology, electronic mail, broadband distribution (whether cable, DSL or
otherwise), satellite, telephony, wireless or any other means whether now known
or hereafter created.
(p) "Athletics Web Sites" shall mean any now existing or hereafter created web site
owned and/or controlled by UNIVERSITY'S Athletic Department.
(q) "NIKE Web Sites" shall mean www.nike.com, www.nikebiz.com or any successor
web site thereto and any other now existing or hereafter created web site owned
and/or controlled by NIKE.
(r) "Net Sales" shall mean the gross wholesale revenue received by NIKE from the
sale of royalty-bearing products, less cash, trade, sales and other program
discounts, adjusted for legitimate merchandise returns which are credited to
NIKE's customers; provided, however, that "Net Sales" shall not include sales of
any royalty bearing products sold under license outside the United States by an
independent licensee of NIKE. "Net Sales" shall be computed by NIKE's
accounting system, guidance for which is established by generally accepted
accounting principles.
2. TERM.
This Agreement shall remain in full force and effect for a period of four (4) Contract
Years, from July 1, 2001 through June 30, 2005, unless sooner terminate<.! in
accordance with the terms and conditions hereof (the ''Term"). This Agreement shall be
interpreted in its entirety and not as a series of one-year agreements.
3. GRANT OF ENDORSEMENT RIGHTS.
UNIVERSITY hereby grants to NIKE, and NIKE hereby accepts, (i) the designation as
"the exclusive supplier of the athletic footwear, apparel, accessory and equipment
products of (each Intercollegiate Athletic Program)" and exclusive athletic footwear,
apparel, accessories and equipment sponsor of (each Intercollegiate Athletic Program)",
and/or such similar designations as the parties may agree upon (collectively, the
"Designations") and (ii) the right to utilize (subject to the approval provisions of
Paragraph 11 below) the UNIVERSITY Endorsement and/or Designations worldwide, in
any media (now known or hereafter created) including, but not llmiied to, the worldwide
web, CD-ROM and other interactive and multi-media technologies, In connection with
the manufacture, advertising, marketing, promotion and sale of NIKE Products and in
the production and distribution of NIKE sports-themed games and programming. Such
rights shall specifically include, but shall not be limited to, the following:
(a) The exclusive right to supply Products for each Intercollegiate Athletic Program
and to use the applicable Designations.
(b) The right to manufacture and sell (subject to Paragraph 4 below) NIKE Product
bearing or incorporating UNIVERSITY Marks and to conduct promotions with and
through NI KE retail accounts.
(c) The right to manufacture and sell (subject to Paragraph 4 below) NIKE Product
bearing or incorporating UNIVERSITY Marks and to conduct promotions with and
through NIKE retail accounts and over the Internet.

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(d) The right to use in Internet Content on the Internet, in accordance with the terms of
this Agreement and subject to applicable NCAA rules and regulations with respect
to the depiction of eligible athletes, game photographs, video, audio, text,
graphics, film footage and/or any other data, materials or information (e.g.,
statistics, biographical profiles, archival materials, etc.) of any and all
Intercollegiate Athletic Programs whether created by NIKE (or its agent) or
controlled by UNIVERSITY (collectively, "UNIVERSITY Contenf'). In connection
therewith, at NIKE's request, UNIVERSITY shall permit NIKE to utilize, consistent
with this Paragraph 3, UNIVERSITY Content (owned and/or controlled by
UNIVERSITY or created by NIKE (or its agent)), without a use fee, other than
reasonable search and edit charges.
4. RETAIL LICENSING RIGHTS.
(a) UNIVERSITY hereby grants to NIKE, and NIKE hereby accepts, the (1) exclusive
worldwide right and license (but not obligation) to manufacture and sell at retail
Authentic Competition Apparel that features the UNIVERSITY Marks; and (2) non-
exclusive worldwide right and license (but not obligation) to manufacture and sell
at retail NIKE Products, other than Authentic Competition Apparel, bearing or
incorporating UNIVERSITY Marks, and/or Game Photos or Game Footage
(products described in (1) and (2) collectively, "Licensed Products"). All Licensed
Products shall be manufactured, approved and sold, and royalties paid and
reported in connection therewith, consistent with the applicable terms and
conditions of the standard retail licenses between NIKE and Collegiate Licensing
Company ("CLC"), and between NIKE and Crossland Enterprises, Inc. ("CEI")
except as modified by the terms of this Paragraph 4, and other terms of this
Agreement (e.g., termination rights, warranties, etc.), and such terms shall be
controlling to the extent inconsistent with the terms of any form license.
Throughout the Term, NIKE shall pay to CLC or CEI, as appropriate, royalties,
based on Net Sales of Licensed Product, at a rate equal to eight percent (8.0%)
(except for Licensed Product sold in Europe, to which a royalty rate of 8.5% shall
apply). Within sixty (60) days after the end of each calendar quarter during the
Term, NIKE shall provide CLC and CEI with a complete and accurate statement of
sales, and the calculation of Net Sales, for the preceding reporting period and,
simultaneously with the submission of such quarterly statements, shall pay all
royalties due on such sales. Licensed Product shall not be used for any third party
giveaway or other premium purpose without UNIVERSITY's prior approval.
UNIVERSITY agrees that royalties shall be waived for any Licensed Products
provided free of charge by NIKE to UNIVERSITY for use by any Coach, Staff
and/or Team members of any Intercollegiate Athletic Programs.
(b) NIKE shall keep and maintain accurate books and records relating to its royalty
payments on Licensed Product sales. UNIVERSITY and its duly authorized
representative shall have the right, upon thirty (30) days' prior written notice, at its
cost, to examine and audit such books and records during NIKE's business hours
and upon no less than ten (10) business days' prior notice (and not more than
once each Contract Year). Should an audit pursuant to this Paragraph establish a
deficiency of more than five percent (5%) between the amount due to
UNIVERSITY and the amount actually paid by NIKE, within forty-five (45) days of
NIKE's receipt of written notice of any such deficiency, NIKE shall pay the amount
of the deficiency together with the reasonable cost of such audit. All books and
records required to be maintained by NIKE hereunder shall be kept for at least two

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(2) years after the end of the Contract Year to which they relate, and any royalties
paid with respect thereto shall be deemed incontestable after such 2-year retention
period.
5. INTERNET RIGHTS.
Each Contract Year, UNIVERSITY shall, and without limiting any other rights granted
hereunder, provide NIKE with the following benefits in connection with the Internet:
(a) Such rights or benefits with regard to the Athletics Web Site as are consistent with
those that UNIVERSITY has granted to other commercial, UNIVERSITY sponsors
or licensees, and UNIVERSITY represents and warrants that with regard to the
Athletics Web Site, it shall not treat NIKE less favorably than any other commercial
sponsor or commercial entity to which UNIVERSITY has granted any rights with
respect to the Athletics Web Site.
(b) In addition to the foregoing, if requested, NIKE will receive the opportunity to
create a link from the Athletics Web Site to a NIKE Web Site. The appearance,
location and size of the acknowledgement and the link shall be subject to final
determination by UNIVERSITY.

6. PRODUCT SUPPLY & USE OBLIGATIONS.


(a) Each Contract Year, unless otherwise specified, NIKE shall supply to
UNIVERSITY, free of charge (unless otherwise specified), NIKE Product as set
forth on Exhibit A (which, except as to football apparel, at NIKE's discretion, may
be "OTS" or in-line product [i.e., NIKE Product that does not bear any
UNIVERSITY Marks] and may or may not bear any NIKE Marks) for use by the
indicated Team. The exact styles, sizes and delivery dates and, where
appropriate, quantities of such NIKE Products shall be mutually determined by
NIKE and UNIVERSITY (and subject to subparagraph (1) below) for each Contract
Year. UNIVERSITY may order and purchase additional quantities of the foregoing
merchandise, or components thereof, from NIKE, or such local authorized team
dealer as NIKE may designate, at NIKE's dealers' price for those or comparable
·Products. In no event shall UNIVERSITY purchase such Products from any other
third party. In addition, UNIVERSITY shall be permitted to order from NIKE other
NIKE Products for use by any Intercollegiate Athletic Program(s) at NIKE's
published wholesale price, subject to availability. All Product to be supplied by
NIKE hereunder shall be delivered F.O.B. to UNIVERSITY. Only properly
submitted orders from Associate Athletic Director Keith Vanderbeek or another
representative of UNIVERSITY who has been authorized in writing by
UNIVERSITY's Director of Procurement Services shall be filled by NIKE. No
carry-over of unordered annual allotments of merchandise from one Contract Year
to another shall be allowed. If an order (or orders) for any entire annual allotment
of merchandise for any designated Intercollegiate Athletic Program is (or are) not
received by NIKE prior to the conclusion of any Contract Year, then such Program
shall be deemed to have waived any right to the unordered portion thereof.
(1) UNIVERSITY acknowledges that:
(i) Annual product allotments shall be delivered to UNIVERSITY generally
one (1) month prior to the start of the regular season for each
Intercollegiate Athletic Program and that annual allotments must typically

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be ordered 9-12 months in advance of each season to ensure timely


delivery.
(ii) From time-to-time, NIKE may elect to obtain certain apparel or accessory
Products to be supplied hereunder (such as football game jerseys and
pants) from third parties, or to provide UNIVERSITY with a mutually
agreeable allowance with which to purchase certain of such Products
from third parties that have been approved by NIKE, which approval shall
not be unreasonably withheld. In either case, such Products shall, at
NIKE's election, (x) bear the NIKE Swoosh Design and/or other NIKE
Marks (as designated by NIKE), consistent with NCAA rules and
regulations, or (y) not bear any NIKE Marks.
(2) Each Contract Year, Coaches and Staff members of the below-indicated
Programs, and seleci members of the Athletic Department (to be designated
by UNIVERSITY}, shall be entltled to order NIKE Product for personal use (or
promotional use, as indicated). The aggregate maximum amount (in terms of
retail value) of product that may be ordered per Program shall be as set forth
opposite the indicated Program. All NIKE Product must be ordered through the
"NIKE by Mall" program and subject to procedures established by NIKE for
such purpose. No carry-over of unordered annual allotments of merchandise
from one Contract Year to another shall be allowed.

Football $25,000
BasketballJYVJ_- MarketiQg{Promo $ 6,000
Basketba11IwI $15,000
SoccerlW_j_ $ 3,000
(3) If in any Contract Year UNIVERSITY requires additional NIKE Products for use
by any Intercollegiate Athletic Program(s), Coach-operated camp, clinic,
tournament or other athletic event which is related to any Intercollegiate
Athletic Program sport, and in amounts that exceed the specified
complimentary amounts, then UNIVERSITY shall purchase any and all such
Products directly from NIKE, or such authorized NIKE dealer as designated by
NIKE, and in no event shall UNIVERSITY purchase such Products from any
third-party.

(4) NIKE shall not be liable to UNIVERSITY, any Coach, or Staff for any injury or
damage suffered from wearing or using NIKE Products, except such injury or
damage resulting from NIKE's adjudicated negligence. As UNIVERSITY's
Athletic Department has expertise and is experienced In the purchase of
athletic goods, and has In its discretion selected NIKE to..be the supplier of the
products described in subparagraph (a) above, UNIVERSITY specifically
waives, only as against NIKE, "all express warranties, and implied warranties
of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose''.
(b) Throughout the Term, UNIVERSITY shall make NIKE Products available on an
exclusive basis to each Intercollegiate Athletic Program, to be worn and/or used by
Team members, Coaches and Staff during practices, games, exhibitions,
tournaments and other official or UNIVERSITY sanctioned Intercollegiate Athletic
Program activities (including but not limited to photo sessions and interviews)
during Which Team members, Coaches and Stall wear and/or use Products.
UNIVERSITY shall require all such Teams, Coaches and Staff to wear and/or use

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exclusively NIKE footwear or Products (as provided above) during such activities,
except as otherwise permitted under subparagraph (i) below, and not permit
Athletic Department management, Coaches or Staff (in performance of, or in
connection with, their departmental or coaching duties) to disparage the quality or
performance of NIKE Products. Notwithstanding the foregoing, (i) in the event any
Team member is unable to wear NIKE footwear due to a bona fide medical
condition, fitting or physical problem, as evidenced by a certification by the Team's
physician, then such Team member shall be permitted to wear non-NIKE footwear
provided all visible manufacturer's identification is taped over or otherwise covered
so as to completely obscure such manufacturer's identification; and (ii) NIKE
acknowledges that any Coach's wearing of non-athletic footwear and apparel in
connection with his or her official coaching duties, as appropriate, shall not
constitute a breach of this Paragraph. NIKE further agrees to work with any Team
member experiencing problems in connection with fit or performance of NI KE
footwear.
(1) UNIVERSITY shall ensure that no Team member, Coach or Staff member
shall:
(i) Alter or permit the alteration of any NIKE Product worn or used by them
to resemble a non-NIKE Product; or
(ii) Wear any non-NIKE Products which have been altered to resemble NIKE
Products.
(2) UNIVERSITY shall ensure that during all Intercollegiate Athletic Program
activities no Team member, Coach or Staff member shall wear and/or use
any athletic footwear, or other Products, manufactured by companies other
than NIKE except as permitted under Paragraph 6 above.
(3) UNIVERSITY acknowledges that "spatting" or otherwise taping NIKE athletic
shoes worn by members of the Teams during practices, games, exhibitions,
clinics, sports camps and other occasions during which Team members wear
athletic shoes, is inconsistent with the purpose of this Agreement and the
benefits to be derived from it by NIKE and is a material breach of this
Agreement.
(4) UNIVERSITY shall not permit (i) the trade name, trademark, name, logo or
any other identification of any person, company or business entity other than
NIKE, or UNIVERSITY if approved by NIKE, to appear on NIKE Products
worn or used by Coaches, Staff or Team members, or (ii) any third party to
screenprint upon, or otherwise embellish, any NIKE Product worn or used by
Coaches, Staff or Team members.
7. PROMOTIONAL APPEARANCES.
In connection with the promotion of NIKE Products and/or the NIKE brand:
(a) Each Contract Year, upon reasonable prior notice and subject to any coaching
commitment, if so requested by NIKE, UNIVERSITY shall make the Coach of each
Intercollegiate Athletic Program available for the following number personal
appearances on behalf of NIKE:

I Football
Basketball (W) I~
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I Soccer (W)
No single appearance shall exceed twenty-four (24) hours in duration, including
travel time, unless otherwise agreed upon in advance. Such appearances may
include, but· are· not limited to, photo shoots for posters, brochures or in-~tore
displays, production sessions related to filming commercials and/or video
productions and/or advertising, retail store appearances, trade shows, speaking
engagements, appearances at sports clinics, celebrity events and other public
appearances. UNIVERSITY shall receive no additional compensation for such
appearances.
(b) Upon reasonable prior notice and subject to any other playing commitments and
compliance with any applicable NCAA and/or Conference rules or regulations,
UNIVERSITY shall make its women's basketball and/or women's soccer Team
available to participate in a NIKE-sponsored tournament not more frequently than
once within any 3-year period.
(c) NIKE shall pay all reasonable and necessary travel and related expenses of each
Coach, or the Team if applicable, in connection with any appearance hereunder.
8. NIKE SPONSOR BENEFITS.
(a) As the exclusive Product supplier of UNIVERSITY's Intercollegiate Athletic
Programs, each Contract Year, UNIVERSITY shall provide NIKE with the following
promotional benefits at no additional cost to NI KE except as otherwise indicated:
(1) NIKE shall receive tickets to home games (and neutral site games as
indicated below) for each Intercollegiate Athletic Program in accordance with
the following:

PROGRAM No. TICKETS


Football 4 ''VIP" tickets and 2 sideline
...E_asses
Bow[_g_ames 10
SocceriwI 6
Soccer TournamentJ.Wl 6
BasketballlW_I 5
Bask.etball Tournament_iW) 5
Each Contract Year, NIKE shall receive: (i) fifty (50) tickets (in lieu of the
above Indicated 4 tickets) to one mutually agreed upon football game; and
(ii) ten (10) tickets (in lieu of the above Indicated 5 tickets) to one mutually
agreed upon women's basketball game (collectively, "NIKE Game-day''). All
tickets provided under the foregoing provisions shall be for adjacent seats;
all football tickets shall be field level and between the 30 yard lines, all
basketball tickets shall be court level and at or near center court; tickets for
all other Programs shall be prime location seating. UNIVERSITY shall use
best efforts to fulfill NIKE's requests for such additional quantities of tickets
as it may reasonably request, such tickets to be best available.
(2) (i) "VIP" parking at all football and women's basketball games; and (ii) an
exclusive area located at the football stadium, and one at the basketball
arena, for NIKE hospitality events in conjunction with each home game.

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(3) A hospitality event for women's basketball NIKE Game-day ticket holders
(which may include, for example, a welcome reception and/or tour of
facilities).
(4) At each home game of each Intercollegiate Athletic Program, subject to
subparagraph 8{b) below, NIKE shall receive: (i) a mutually determined
number of temporary (unless otherwise indicated below), camera-visible,
signs which prominently displays the NIKE logo and/or other NIKE trademark
or message as NIKE may designate from time-to-time; and (ii) a suitable,
high-traffic, location within or at each venue at which NIKE may, at its option
and expense, set-up a merchandise display and sell NIKE Product.
(5) At each home game of the women's basketball and women's soccer
Programs at which a public address system and/or electronic message
board (or other electronic messaging systems) is used, as applicable,
suitable in-game P.A. announcements and/or board messages recognizing
NIKE as the exclusive Products supplier and sponsor of the Program.
(6) A NIKE Sports Page in the UNIVERSITY's daily student newspaper as well
as a full-page, 4-color NIKE advertisement (if available) (camera-ready ad to
be produced and provided by NIKE at its cost) therein.
(7) Full-page, 4-color NIKE advertisements (camera-ready ad to be produced
and provided by NIKE at its cost) in every women's basketball and women's
soccer game Program published.
(8) Prominent NIKE name and/or logo recognition in the media guides, schedule
cards, posters, newsletters and other sports related publications or collateral
materials for the women's basketball and women's soccer Programs as well
as in all related athletic brochures and collateral and promotional materials,
including videos, generated or commissioned by UNIVERSITY.
(9) The opportunity to stage promotional events and/or contests around
designated women's basketball and women's soccer home
games/competitions, which events or contests may occur pre-game, during
half-time or post-game.
(10) Reasonable access to women's basketball and women's soccer Program
activities, where appropriate, for the purpose of shooting Game Photos or
Game Footage and/or conducting and taping post-game interviews.
(11) NIKE Product placement in campus stores (e.g., UNIVERSITY bookstores)
system-wide and the right to display and sell NIKE Products at
UNIVERSITY's football stadium and/or stores during all games held therein.
(12) The NIKE name or logo identification shall comply with the requirements of
26 USC 513 to qualify the payment to UNIVERSITY as a "qualified
sponsorship paymenf' and as such NIKE shall not have the right to display a
message that contains a comparative or qualitative description of NIKE
Product, price information or other indications of savings or value, an
endorsement, or an inducement to purchase, sell or use NIKE Product. All
copy and graphics proposed for display by NIKE are subject to approval by
UNIVERSITY.

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(b) In addition to the foregoing, UNIVERSITY shall provide NIKE with the following
promotional benefits in connection with the women's basketball Program at no
additional cost to NIKE:
(i) Identification as the exclusive Products supplier and sponsor of the
UNIVERSITY's women's basketball Program during each coach's show
telecasts, through a minimum of one 30-second spot per telecast; and
(ii) Prominent, camera-visible, courtside signage in UNIVERSITY's
women's basketball arena (including at least one permanent sign at the
scorer's table or press row), with the placement and size of such
signage to be mutually agreed upon.
9. DESIGN & MARKETING CONSULTATION.
UNIVERSITY acknowledges NIKE's industry leadership in the design of performance
product and its expertise and innovation in the area of sports marketing and that such
leadership, expertise and innovation is a material inducement to UNIVERSITY's
entrance into this Agreement. NIKE shall continue its efforts to produce high quality
Products through consultation with coaches and staff of successful athletic programs
such as UNIVERSITY and whose full cooperation is important to NIKE, as such
individuals have knowledge that can be useful in the research, development and
production of NIKE Products, and is of the essence of this Agreement. Upon request by
NIKE, UNIVERSITY shall require designated Coaches and Staff to provide NIKE with
written or oral reports concerning the NIKE Products supplied to each through NIKE's
product development and testing program. Such reports shall address the fit, wear
characteristics, materials and construction techniques of such Products.
10. CASH COMPENSATION.
(a) Each Contract Year NIKE shall pay UNIVERSITY the following amounts of Base
Compensation in support of the women's basketball Program to be paid in two (2)
equal semi-annual installments to be made on July 1 and January 1 of each
Contract Year (and subject to Paragraphs 15 and 17 below), except the first
installment in the first Contract Year shall be due within 30 days of full execution of
this Agreement:

1stContract Year $ 55,000


2"" Contract Year $ 60,000
3"' Contract Year $ 60,000
4'" Contract Year $ 65,000
(b) In addition to the Base Compensation described above, NIKE shall pay
UNIVERSITY $55,000 in acknowledgement of an informal arrangement between
NIKE and Coach Debbie Ryan in effect from July 1, 2000 through June 30, 2001.
The payment, which is due within 30 days of full execution of this Agreement, is
made in consideration of Coach Ryan's use of NIKE Products, consultation and
other services and in full satisfaction of NIKE's obligations under such
arrangement.
(c) NIKE also shall pay UNIVERSITY cash and product bonuses as set forth on
Exhibit B for each of the indicated performance bonus(es) achieved by the
indicated Team for any Contract Year, such bonus(es) to be paid within thirty (30)

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days of NIKE's receipt of written notification from UNIVERSITY that such


bonus(es) has been earned.
11. ADVERTISING & PRODUCT APPROVALS.
(a) In the event NIKE desires to use the UNIVERSITY Endorsement in any consumer
advertising or promotion, NIKE shall first submit a sample or the concept of the
proposed advertisement or promotion to UNIVERSITY for approval, which
approval shall not be unreasonably withheld. UNIVERSITY shall use its best
efforts to advise NIKE of its approval or disapproval of the sample or concept
within five (5) business days of its receipt thereof. UNIVERSITY'S approval, or
disapproval, shall be in writing. (If a submission is disapproved, UNIVERSITY's
written notice thereof shall set forth in reasonable detail the basis for such
disapproval.) Any submitted item that has not been disapproved within ten (10)
calendar days of receipt by UNIVERSITY shall be deemed approved. Once a
submitted sample or concept is approved, NIKE shall not depart therefrom in any
material respect without re-submission of the .Item and obtaining UNIVERSITY's
further approval.
(b) All Licensed Product shall meet and conform to the high standards of quality, style
and appearance of UNIVERSITY. Prior to any commercial production or
distribution of any Licensed Product, NIKE shall, at Its expense, submit to
UNIVERSITY (or its Agent) for approval the finished artwork and design for each
Product showing the proposed use of each UNIVERSITY Mark. UNIVERSITY
shall use best efforts to notify NIKE of the approval or disapproval of the submitted
item within ten (10) business days of receipt thereof. UNIVERSITY's approval, or
disapproval, shall be in writing. (If a submission is disapproved, UNIVERSITY's
written notice thereof shall set forth in reasonable detail the basis for such
disapproval.) Any submitted item that has not been disapproved within twenty (20)
calendar days of receipt by UNIVERSITY (or its Agent) shall be deemed approved.
Once the artwork/design for a submitted item is approved, NIKE shall not depart
therefrom in any material respect without re-submission of the item and obtaining
UNIVERSITY's further approval. Upon product production, NIKE shall, at its
expense, provide UNIVERSITY with a random pre-production sample, or a
production sample from the first manufacture run, for UNIVERSITY's comparison
for conformance to the approved artwork/design and inclusion In Its files.
(c) In the event UNIVERSITY desires to use the NIKE Marks In any advertising or
promotion, UNIVERSITY shall first submit a sample or the concept of the proposed
advertisement or promotion to NIKE for approval, which approval shall not be
unreasonably withheld.
12. TRADEMARK OWNERSHIP.
(a) NIKE recognizes the value of the UNIVERSITY Marks and acknowledges that the
goodwill attached thereto belongs to UNIVERSITY and that nothing in this
Agreement serves to assign, convey or transfer to NIKE any rights, title or interest
in or to the UNIVERSITY Marks.
(b) UNIVERSITY recognizes the value of the NIKE Marks and acknowledges that the
goodwill attached thereto belongs to NIKE and that nothing in this Agreement
serves to assign, convey or transfer to UNIVERSITY any rights, title or interest in
or to the NIKE Marks.

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13. RIGHTS OF FIRST DEALING AND FIRST REFUSAL.


(a) At NIKE's request, UNIVERSITY shall negotiate with NIKE in good faith with
respect to the terms of a renewal of this Agreement. The parties shall not be
obligated to enter into an agreement if they cannot settle on mutually satisfactory
terms. UNIVERSITY shall not (nor shall UNIVERSITY permit its agents, attorneys
or representatives to) engage in discussions or negotiations with any third party
regarding product supply with respect to any Products, or sponsorship of any
Intercollegiate Athletic Program (or similar supply or promotional arrangement)
with respect to any Products after the Term ("Product Supply/Endorsemenr) until
November 15, 2004, at which time UNIVERSITY will have the right to issue a
request for proposal for Product Supply/Endorsement, subject to NIKE's right of
first refusal described in subparagraph (b) below. NIKE shall not be obligated to
respond to any such request for proposal.
(b) During the Term and for a period of ninety (90) days thereafter, NIKE shall have
the right of first refusal for Product Supply/Endorsement, as follows. If
UNIVERaSJTY
OV'TO E;(l.....I
receives any,
bona fide third party offer at any time on or after
Ple\'SA'lA>r 15, 2004, with respect to any Product Supply/Endorsement,
UNIVERSITY shall submit to NIKE in writing the specific terms of such bona fide
third party offer. NIKE shall have fifteen (15) business days from the date of its
receipt of such third party offer to notify UNIVERSITY in writing if it will enter into a
new contract with UNIVERSITY on terms no less favorable to UNIVERSITY than
the material, measurable and matchable terms of such third party offer. If NIKE so
notifies UNIVERSITY within such 15-day period, UNIVERSITY shall enter into a
contract with NIKE on the terms of NIKE's offer. If NIKE fails or declines to match
or better the material, measurable and matchable terms of such third party offer
within such 15-day period, UNIVERSITY may thereafter consummate an
agreeme'1t 'llitt:l ~ch third party on the terms of the offer made to UNIVERSITY.
Prior to- N0¥0fflher ~ §, 2004, UNIVERSITY shall not solicit, consider or present to
NIKE, and NIKE shall not be obligated to respond to, any third party offer for any
Product Supply/Endorsement.
(c) Notwithstanding the foregoing, application of this Paragraph shall be subject to any
prior state or federal court adjudication in which such Paragraph is held to be
illegal, invalid or unenforceable pursuant to the Virginia Public Procurement Act,
Sections 11 ·35 et seq. of the Code of Virginia (1950) as amended, in which case
Paragraph 25 of this Agreement shall apply.
14. RIGHTS FOR COMPETITION BALLS, ADDITIONAL AND NEW PRODUCTS.
(a) UNIVERSITY acknowledges that NIKE's current product line includes footballs and
that it is NIKE's desire to have them used in intercollegiate competition by the
football Program. On an annual basis, prior to the commencement of each regular
season, NIKE shall provide UNIVERSITY advance opportunity to sample and field·
test NIKE footballs. Subject to the reasonable satisfaction of the Athletic
Department and the Coach of the affected Team as to the performance
capabilities, quality and suitability of such competition footballs (and compliance
with NCAA equipment specifications, if applicable), if after good faith pre-season
testing of NIKE brand balls products, UNIVERSITY is satisfied with the
performance and quality of such product, then for that coming regular season (and
all subsequent seasons during the balance of the Term) such product shall
thereafter be deemed to be included in "Products" as defined in Paragraph 1(I)

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above and "NIKE Products" as defined in Paragraph 1(m) above and covered In all
pertinent respects by the terms hereof and supplied to UNIVERSITY in such
quantities as mutually agreed, it being understood that no additional compensation
shall be payable to UNIVERSITY in connection therewith. To the extent NIKE is
unable to supply a competition ball that is approved for use under this Paragraph,
UNIVERSITY agrees to limit any third-party ball supply arrangement to a (i)
company that is, as of the date hereof, principally known in the sporting goods
· industry as a ball manufacturer (e.g., Wilson, Rawlings and Spalding), and (ii) term
of n<;> longer than one playing season so that NIKE will have the opportunity, on an
annual basis, to submit its ball product for consideration. UNIVERSITY
acknowledges that a significant number of "Top 25" intercollegiate football and
basketball programs with which NIKE is associated currently use, and have done
so for a number of seasons, NIKE balls as their official competition ball and that
the contemplated adoption of NIKE balls by the UNIVERSITY for competition use
Is a material inducement to NIKE's entrance into this Agreement and an expected
benefit of this Agreement.
(b) From time-to-time during the term of this Agreement, NIKE may add to its
Products line one or more items of sports equipment. If at any time during the
Term NIKE shall have a bona fide intention to expand its Products line by adding
any such item(s), then NIKE shall give UNIVERSITY six (6) months' advance
written notice of the particular item(s) then in development by NIKE. NIKE shall
provide UNIVERSITY with adequate opportunity to sample and field test the new
item(s). UNIVERSITY agrees subject to the Athletic Director's and Coach's
satisfaction as to quality and suitability and subject to mutually acceptable
additional compensation that if UNIVERSITY has not already entered into or
substantially negotiated a product supply or endorsement agreement with respect
to such item(s) for an Intercollegiate Athletic Program, it will not do so during the
one hundred eighty (180) day period next following the date on which
UNIVERSITY receives such written notice from NIKE. If during such one hundred
eighty (180) day period, NIKE shall notify UNIVERSITY that an item is
commercially available, then (subject to the Athletic Director's and Coach's
satisfaction as to quality and suitability and subject to mutually acceptable
additional compensation) such item(s) shall thereafter be deemed to be Included in
"Products" as defined in Paragraph 1(I) above and "NIKE Products" as defined in
Paragraph 1(m) above and covered in all pertinent respects by the terms hereof
and for the balance of the Term UNIVERSITY shall no longer be permitted to
source such Products from a manufacturer other than NIKE. Thereafter,
UNIVERSITY shall make such new Product item(s) available to Team members,
Coaches and/or Staff members, NIKE shall supply UNIVERSITY, free of charge,
with sufficient quantities for such purpose to be mutually agreed upon by the
parties, including quantities equal to or greater than the quantities of any
comparable item(s) which UNIVERSITY, Team members, Coaches and/or Staff
members are then receiving from a third-party. UNIVERSITY shall thereupon
distribute, as is appropriate, such new item(s) to Team members, Coaches and/or
Staff members for use pursuant to the terms of this Agreement.
15. RIGHT OF REDUCTION, SET-OFF
UNIVERSITY acknowledges that the principal inducements for NIKE's entrance into this
Agreement are: (i) the wide-spread national television and other media exposure that
the Intercollegiate Athletic Programs annually receive, and (ii) the accompanying

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prominent brand exposure NIKE receives through the placement of the NIKE logo, as it
currently appears (in terms of size, location placement, color prominence and/or number
of placements), on Authentic Competition Apparel and that such continued exposure Is
of the essence of this Agreement. Accordingly, if in any Contract Year the women's
basketball Team is banned from television appearances or if, for any reason, NIKE's
logo placement rights on Products are diminished (in terms of size, location placement,
color prominence and/or number of placements), in lieu of NIKE's exercise of its
termination right under Paragraph 17 below, then for such Contract Year NIKE shall
have the right to reduce UNIVERSITY's scheduled Base Compensation in accordance
with the following:

PROGRAM %REDUCTION
Basketball W 50%
If NIKE logo placement rights are diminished in a manner other than as enumerated
above, NIKE shall have the right to in good faith equitably reduce scheduled Base
Compensation to be paid UNIVERSITY prospectively taking Into account the nature and
extent of the diminution of rights.
16. RIGHT OF TERMINATION BY UNIVERSITY.
UNIVERSITY shall have the right to terminate this Agreement immediately upon written
notice to NIKE if:
(a) NIKE is adjudicated insolvent or declares bankruptcy;
(b) NIKE fails to make payment to UNIVERSITY of any sum due pursuant to this
Agreement within thirty (30) days following NIKE's receipt of written notice from
UNIVERSITY that such payment is past due; or
(c) NIKE shall be in material breach of this Agreement, which breach NIKE fails to
cure within thirty (30) days of NIKE's receipt of written notice from UNIVERSITY
specifying such breach.
17. RIGHT OF TERMINATION BY NIKE.
(a) NIKE shall have the right to terminate this Agreement immediately upon written
notice to UNIVERSITY if:
(1) Any Intercollegiate Athletic Program is placed on NCAA probation or
UNIVERSITY ceases for any reason to field a Division I team in any of the
Intercollegiate Athletic Programs;
(2) Members of any Team fail to wear or use NIKE Products during practices,
games, exhibitions, tournaments, clinics, sports camps or other occasions
during which Team members wear or use Products (including but not limited
to photo sessions and interviews), or wear NIKE Products altered, spatted or
taped in violation of Paragraph 6 above; provided, however, that NIKE shall
have first provided written notice to UNIVERSITY of any such violation and
such violation shall then recur during the same Contract Year;
(3) Any Coach, Staff or Team member fails to perform any material obligations
provided for in this Agreement;
(4) UNIVERSITY, the NCAA, the Conference or any assignee thereof (including
any licensing agent or broadcast partner of the foregoing) enacts, adopts or
accedes to any regulation, restriction, prohibition or practice that materially

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deprives NIKE of the promotional benefits and/or producUbrand exposure


contemplated by this Agreement including, but not limited to, (I) any
diminution of NIKE's logo placement rights (in terms of size, location
placement, color prominence and/or number of placements) on Product or
Licensed Product, including any total ban on the placement of camera-visible
logo identification on Authentic Competition Apparel, (ii) "air brushing" NIKE
Identification from still photography or footage, or (iii) use of L-VIS technology
or other ''virtual signage" or electronic/computer imaging technology that
alters, substitutes or replaces NIKE's stadium/arena signage (including NIKE
logo identification that appears on uniforms) with other commercial
identification that is seen by home television viewers;
(5) UNIVERSITY breaches any warranty, any provision of Paragraph 6 or other
material term of this Agreement, which breach UNIVERSITY fails to cure, if
curable, within thirty (30) days of NIKE's delivery of written notice to
UNIVERSITY of any such breach;
(6) Any Coach of a Intercollegiate Athletic Program ceases for any reason to be
the Coach of such Intercollegiate Athletic Program; or
(7) UNIVERSITY is in material breach of the retail license granted under
Paragraph 4 above, or such license is terminated, or UNIVERSITY breaches
the retail license, any warranty or other material term of this Agreement,
which breach UNIVERSITY fails to cure, if curable, within thirty (30) days of
NIKE's delivery of written notice to UNIVERSITY of any such breach.
(b) In the event of termination under this Paragraph or Paragraph 16, UNIVERSITY
shall not be entitled to any further compensation under this Agreement, except any
unpaid Base Compensation and Performance Bonuses earned prior to the
effective date of termination, pro-rated (in the case of Base Compensation) over
the entire Contract Year and calculated to the effective date of termination.
Alternatively, NIKE shall have the right to receive from UNIVERSITY
reimbursement for Base Compensation, if any, paid in excess of the amount to
which UNIVERSITY would be entitled if the Base Compensation were pro-rated
over the entire Contract Year, calculated to the effective date of termination. Any
such payment shall be due within thirty (30) days of the date of termination.

(c) In lieu of NIKE's exercise of Its termination right under this Paragraph, NIKE may
elect to (1) discontinue its Product Supply and any Compensation, including
Performance Bonuses) of the particular Intercollegiate Athletic Program affected
by or responsible for the termination event and (2) continue the parties'
performance, rights and benefits under the Agreement with respect to the
remaining Intercollegiate Athletic Program(s).

18. NIKE POST-TERMINATION RIGHTS.


Upon expiration or termination of this Agreement for any reason, NIKE shall have the
right to:
(a) Run any non-cancelable media involving the UNIVERSITY Endorsement and
exhaust all advertising and promotional materials which were produced prior to the
effective date of expiration or termination;
(b) For a period of six (6) months, complete and dispose of any Licensed Products
which are on-hand or in-process and fulfill orders received prior to the effective

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date of expiration or termination, provided royalties thereon are paid and reported
in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement; and
(c) Use, In perpetuity, Game Photos or Game Footage for in-house exhibition for
historical, educational or commemorative purposes.
19. INSURANCE.

NIKE and any subcontractor shall, at its expense, obtain and maintain (throughout the
Term) the following insurance coverage and shall name "The Commonwealth of
Virginia, and the Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia, its officers, employees
and agents" as additional insureds: (a) a minimum limit of liability for bodily injury and
property damage of $500,000 per person/occurrence, with coverage for premises-
operations and product-completed operations, and (b) a minimum limit of liability for
bodily injury of $100,000/$300,000 per person/occurrence and property damage of
$100,000 per occurrence for vehicles operated by their employees.
20. REMEDIES.
UNIVERSITY and NIKE agree that, in the event that either party breaches any material
term or condition of this Agreement, in addition to any and all other remedies available
to the other party at law or in equity, such other party shall be entitled to injunctive relief
from such further violation of this Agreement, pending litigation as well as on final
determination of such litigation, without prejudice to any other right of such other party.
21. NOTICES.
Ail notices, statements and payments provided for herein shall be in writing and deemed
given if sent postage prepaid via registered or certified mail, or by express courier
service or facsimile with confirmed delivery, to the parties at the addresses given below,
or such other addresses as either party may designate to the other. Any written notice
shall be deemed to have been given at the time it is sent addressed to the parties as set
forth below. It is UNIVERSITY's obligation to notify NIKE of any address change.
NIKE USA, Inc. University of Virginia
One Bowerman Drive 1001 North Emmet St
Beaverton, OR 97005-6453 PO Box 400202
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4202
Attn: Legal Dept., Contracts Administrator Attn: Director of Procurement Services
cc: Keith VanDerbeek
cc: Attn: Licensing Manager (on retail cc: Attn: Office of Trademark & Licensing
licensi'l9_ matters on!tl Services_(_on retail licensiri_g_ matters only)
22. RELATIONSHIP OF PARTIES.
The performance of services for NIKE by UNIVERSITY is in the capacity of independent
contractors. Accordingly, nothing contained in this Agreement shall be construed as
establishing an employer/employee, partnership, agency or joint venture relationship
between UNIVERSITY and NIKE. Each party is responsible for all withholding, social
security, unemployment compensation and other taxes attributable to its performance of
this Agreement.
23. ASSIGNMENT/DELEGATION/PASSTHROUGH.
(a) This Agreement and the rights and obligations of UNIVERSITY hereunder are
personal lo UNIVERSITY and shall not be assigned or delegated by UNIVERSITY.

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Any assignment by UNIVERSITY shall be invalid and of no force or effect and


upon any such unauthorized assignment, NIKE may, at its option, immediately
terminate this Agreement upon written notice to UNIVERSITY.
(b) The rights granted to NIKE by UNIVERSITY hereunder are personal to NIKE and
shall not be assigned, delegated or passed-through outside of the NIKE Group
and its retail accounts without UNIVERSITY's prior approval, which approval shall
not be unreasonably withheld. ·
24. WAIVER.
The failure at any time of UNIVERSITY or NIKE to demand strict performance by the
other of any of the terms, covenants or conditions set forth herein shall not be construed
as a continuing waiver or relinquishment thereof, and either party may, at any time,
demand strict and complete performance by the other party of such terms, covenants
and conditions.
25. SEVERABILITY.
Every provision of this Agreement is severable. If any term or provision hereof is held to
be illegal, invalid or unenforceable for any reason whatsoever, such illegality, invalidity
or unenforceabllity shall not affect the validity of the remainder of this Agreement or any
other provision and the illegal, invalid or unenforceable provision shall be deemed by the
parties as replaced by such substitute provision as shall be drafted by NIKE, In such
form and substance as shall be legally valid, and as shall accomplish as near as
possible the purpose and Intent of the invalidated provision.
26. ADDITIONAL WARRANTIES.
UNIVERSITY represents and warrants that:
(a) No agreement, contract, understanding or rule of any national, international or
collegiate governing body exists which would prevent or limit performance of any
of the obligations of either party hereunder.
(b) Neither UNIVERSITY nor any Coach nor Staff member is party to any oral or
written agreement, contract or understanding which would prevent, limit or hinder
the performance of any obligations hereunder of UNIVERSITY, Coaches or Staff.
UNIVERSITY further represents and warrants that during the Term UNIVERSITY
will not:
(1) Sponsor, endorse or allow any Coach or Staff member of any Intercollegiate
Athletic Program to sponsor, endorse or wear and/or use Products sold by
any manufacturer or seller other than NIKE;
(2) Enter into, or allow any Coach or Staff member of any Intercollegiate Athletic
Program to enter into, any endorsement, promotional, consulting or similar
agreement (including the sale of signage or other media) with any
manufacturer or seller of Product or footballs other than NIKE, certain
traditional fashion sports brands (including Polo, Hilfiger, Nautica, Karl Kani,
etc.);
(3) Sell to any person or entity Products purchased or provided hereunder by
NIKE or any other third party;
(4) Permit the trade name, trademark, name, logo or any other Identification of
any manufacturer or seller of Products or footballs other than NIKE to appear
on signage at practices, games, exhibitions, clinics, sports camps and other

NIKE/ University of Virginia Agreement


18

official or UNIVERSITY sanctioned Intercollegiate Athletic Program activities


(including but not limited lb photo sessions and interviews); or
(5) Take any action inconsistent with the endorsement of NIKE Products, or
allow any Coach or Staff member to take any such action.
(c) It has the full legal right and authority to enter into and fully perform this
Agreement In accordance with Its terms and to grant to NIKE all the rights granted
herein.
27. CONFIDENTIALITY.
UNIVERSITY shall not (nor shall it permit or cause its employees, agents or
representatives to) disclose the financial terms of this Agreement, the marketing plans
of NIKE, or other confidential material or information disclosed to UNIVERSITY
(including Information disclosed during audit), to any third party, except to its trustees or
as may be required by law.
28. CAPTIONS.
Paragraph captions and other headings contained in this Agreement are for reference
purposes only and are in no way· intended to describe, interpret, define or limit the
scope, extent or intent of the Agreement or any provision hereof.
29. GOVERNING LAW.
This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the
state of Oregon. Any suit or action arising hereunder shall be filed in a Court of
competent jurisdiction within the state of Oregon. The parties hereby consent to
personal jurisdiction within the state of Oregon and to the service of process by
registered or certified mail addressed to the respective party as set forth above.
30. NONDISCRIMINATION.
NIKE will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of
race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any other basis prohibited by
applicable state law relating to discrimination in employment, except where there is a
bona fide occupational qualification reasonably necessary to its normal operation. NIKE
agrees to post in conspicuous places, available to employees and applicants for
employment, notices setting forth these provisions. NIKE, in all solicitations or
advertisements for employees placed by NIKE or on its behalf, shall state that NIKE is
an equal opportunity employer. Notwithstanding the foregoing, notices, advertisements
and solicitations placed in accordance with federal law, rule or regulation shall be
deemed sufficient for the purpose of meeting the requirements of this Paragraph.
32. DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE.
NIKE, its agents and employees are prohibited from manufacturing, distributing,
dispensing, possessing or using any unlawful or unauthorized drugs or alcohol while on
UNIVERSITY property. It is against NIKE policy for any NIKE employee to possess,
use, manufacture, distribute, purchase, sell, offer, attempt to obtain or dispense any
illegal narcotic, hallucinogen, sedative, controlled substance or drug (other than one
prescribed by a physician) or provide any such substance to others In the work place.
33. NON-APPROPRIATION.

Any funding for this Agreement Is dependent at all times upon the appropriation of funds
by the Virginia General Assembly and/or any other organization of the Commonwealth

NIKE/ University of Virginia Agreement


19

authorized to appropriate such funds. In the event that funding to enable


UNIVERSITY's performance of this Agreement is not appropriated, whether in whole or
in part, then the Agreement may be terminated effective the last day for which
appropriated funding is available.
34. COMPLIANCE WITH ALL LAWS.
Each party agrees to comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws.
35. LABOR PRACTICES.
NIKE represents and warrants that all Products supplied hereunder and/or bearing the
UNIVERSITY Marks shall be manufactured in accordance with the CLC Code of
Conduct (the "CLC Code") attached hereto as Exhibit C. The parties agree that all
monitoring of these standards will be carried out in accordance with Fair Labor
Association standards and procedures.
36. ENTIRE CONTRACT.
As of the effective date hereof, this Agreement shall constitute the entire understanding
between UNIVERSITY and NIKE and may not be altered or modified except by a written
agreement, signed by UNIVERSITY's Director of Procurement Services and by the
persons signing below on behalf of NIKE. Any previous agreements between
UNIVERSITY and NIKE shall have no further force or effect.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be
executed as of the date written below.
llll; ll£OToR AND 'JlSfTORs OF THI.:
UN1Vms1rr OF VlllOiWA
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA

By:-----------+--+-
lts: --'D=-1=-·r=-e=-c=-t=-o=-r=--':...::...;=-=-=-=-"-""=..:.:..;=--'--
Services

By: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Its:
-------------- G eral Counsel, U.S.A/Americas Regions

Fed. Id. No: 54-6001 796 oated:. _ _o'-/c_o. ./o_r


. ____

NIKE/ University of Virginia Agreement


20

EXHIBIT A
Product Supply Requirements

(see attached grids)

NIKE/ University of Virginia Agreement


University of Virginia
Fool ball

0
j!j
c
:::>
Fundamentals ~ · • z
W/O Tee/Cotton 60
US Mock Turtleneck 50
Mesh W/O Short 60
Fleece Crew 60
Fleece Pant 60
Warm Up 72
PaniP·• ::..:_> ···.. • 2...''
Camp Tee 400
Camp Polo 15
NTS J>rqduct • C--~:·
Coaches Polo 60
Sweater 40
Lt. Wt Jacket 40
Med. Wt Jacket 40
Heavyw~ght Jacket' 25
Rainsuits 40
0
Coaches Short 40
Coaches Pant 40
·
Football' ·• · ' ...•;:~ ....'.. ·
Game Jersey 200
Game Pant 100
Pracllce Jersey
A<:cessorles/Equlpment--::71
Bags 50
Socks 216
Foctball Gloves 500
FootbaTls, 25
Wristbands 250
Cops 288
$ho.s.·· .... ··>>.·2:.,:
Shoes 150

Notes:
' Cash value of 15 parkas can be used as a credit towards other items.
~ Contract Years 1 and 3 only.
" Cash value can be used towards other Items.
• Additional shoes purchased on a buy 2 comp 1 basis.
" Provided footballs are used on game day.
University of Virginia
BasketbalVwomen

C9
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c

F1V1damen1a1s ·" ..... '"'• ::J

W/O Tee/Cotton 180


Fleece Crew 36
Fleece Pant 36
Hooded Fleece 24
Warm Up 36
C•iriP'''c .:::J:l:.··.·.
Camp Allotment (wholesale) $12,000
NTs.Product. \ ~
Coaches Polo 36
Pullover 12
Coaches Short 16
!llisketbalr >·'.
L TI
Game Jersey (20 each color) 60
Game Short (20 each color) 60
Game Pant 20
Game Jacket 20
Shooting Shirt 20
Game Tee (20 each color) 60
Practice Jersey 96
Practice Short 120
Compression Short 72
3/1 Parka 20
Mcas~orlesll!qulpmenl"'-
Backpacks 36
Bags 36
Drl Flt Socks 192
Sports Bras 96
Basketballs 27
Caps 75
Silo~
;_-_
<::- T--c-
Shoes 160
Sandals 24
University of Virginia
Soccer/women

0
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"
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FMnda.inentals. ·cc',·:'\'.'·,,.,·
W/O Tee/Cotton 50
Pique Polo 30
Practice Short 50
Field Pan! 30
Jackel 30
<;ai)l1,.2 ::c::'..:.i::::·.:· .. ...J
Camp Tee 300
l!lil:i:,r£ .c_::.c:;I.2:2_
Game Jersey 60
Game Short 60
Goalie Jersey 8
Goalie Short 6
Goalie Socks 6
Maleh Warm·up 30
Maleh Sock 80
Scrimmage Vest (2 colors) 30
Acceilsorles/Equlpll)e:ht ·'
Bags 30
Socks 75
Soccer Balls 30
Goalie Gloves 12
Shin Guards 30
siioes ··C-:Z.S.28
Shoes 105
Sandals 30
EXHIBIT B
Performance Bonuses

Football

ACC Conference Champions: $2,500


BCS Bowl Participant: $5,000
National Champions: $50,000
#2 Final Ranking AP or USA Today Coaches Poll: $25,000
#3 Final Ranking AP or USA Today Coaches Poll: $20,000
#4 Final Ranking AP or USA Today Coaches Poll: $15,000
#5 Final Ranking AP or USA Today Coaches Poll: $10,000
Eight (8) or more wins in a season: $2,500

Seven (7) or more wins in a season: NIKE will add $15,000 (retail value)
to UNIVERSITY's football product supply allowance in the subsequent Contract Year.

Women's Basketball

NCAA $2,500
Sweet 16 $7,500
Final 4 $15,000
NCAA Championship $25,000

Women's Soccer

NCAA $2,000
NCAA Championship $10,000

NIKE/ University of Virginia Agreement


EXHIBIT C

Labor Code Standards

I. Introduction: The Collegiate Licensing Company ("CLC") and the collegiate institutions
represented by CLC ("Member Institutions") are each committed to conducting their business
affairs in a socially responsible and ethical manner consistent with their respective educational,
research and/or service missions, and to protecting and preserving the global environment.
While CLC and the Member Institutions believe that Licensees share this commitment, CLC and
certain Member Institutions have adopted the following Labor Code Standards (the "Code") which
requires that all Licensees, at a minimum adhere to the principles set forth in the Code.
Throughout the Code the term "Licensee" shall include all persons or entities which have entered
into a written "License Agreemenf' with CLC to manufacture. "Licensed Articles" (as that term is
defined in the License Agreement) bearing the names, trademarks and/or images of one or more
Member Institutions. The term "Licensee" shall for purposes of the Code, and unless otherwise
specified in the Code, encompass all of Licensee' contractors, subcontractors or manufacturers
which produce, assemble or package finished Licensed Articles for the consumer.
II. Standards. Licensees agree to operate work places and contract with companies whose work
places adhere to the standards and practices described below. CLC and the Member Institutions
prefer that Licensees exceed these standards.

A. Legal Compliance: Licensees must comply with all applicable legal requirements of the
country(ies) of manufacture in conducting business related to or involving the production or
sale of Licensed Articles. Where there are differences or conflicts with the Code and the
laws of the country(ies) of manufacture, the higher standard shall prevail, subject to the
following considerations. In countries where law or practice conflicts with these labor
standards, Licensees agree to consult with governmental, human rights, labor and business
organizations and to take effective actions as evaluated by CLC, the applicable Member
lnstitution(s) or their deslgnee, and the applicable Licensee(s) to achieve the maximum
possible compliance with each of these standards. Licensee further agree to refrain from
any actions that would diminish the protections of these labor standards.

B. Employment Standard: Licensee shall comply with the following standards:

1, Wages and Benefits: Licensees recognize that wages are essential to meeting
employees basic needs. Licensees shall pay employees, as a floor, at least the
minimum wage required by local law or the local prevailing industry wage, whichever
is higher, and shall provide legally mandated beneflts. 1

2. Working Hours: Except in extraordinary business circumstances, hourly and/or quota-


based wage employees shall (i) not be required to work more than the lesser of (a) 48
hours per week and 12 hours overtime or (b) the limits on regular and overtime hours
allowed by the law of the country of manufacture or, where the laws of such country

1
CLC and the Member Institute will continue to monitor these issues and will promote studies that examine conditions and
factors related to minimum and prevailing wages and employees' basic needs.
2(,

do not limit the hours of work, the regular work week in such country plus 12 hours
overtime; and (ii) be entitled to at least one day off in every seven day period.

3. Overtime Compensation: In addition to their compensation for regular hours of work,


hourly and/or quota-based wage employees shall be compensated for overtime hours
at such a premium rate as is legally required in the country of manufacture or, in those
countries where such laws do not exist, at a rate at least equal to their regular hourly
compensation rate.

4. Child Labor: Licensees shall not employ any person at an age younger than 15 (or
14, where, consistent with International Labor Organization practices for developing
countries, the law of the country of manufacture allows such exception). Where the
age for completing compulsory education is higher than the standard for the minimum
age of employment stated above, the higher age for completing compulsory education
shall apply to this section. Licensees agree to consult with governmental, human
rights and nongovernmental organizations, and to take reasonable steps as evaluated
by CLC, the applicable Member lnstitution(s) or their designee, and the applicable
Licensee(s) to minimize the negative impact on children released from employment as
a result of implementation or enforcement of the Code.

5. Forced Labor: There shall not be any use of forced prison labor, indentured labor,
bonded labor or other forced labor.

6. Health and Safety: Licensees shall provide a safe and healthy working environment
to prevent accidents injury to health arising out of, linked with, or occurring in the
course of work as a result of the operation of Licensee facilities.

7. Nondiscrimination. No person shall be subject to any discrimination in employment,


including hiring, salary, benefits, advancement, discipline, termination or retirement,
on the basis of gender, race, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, nationality,
political opinion, or social or ethnic origin.

8. Harassment or Abuse: Every employee shall be treated with dignity and respect. No
employee shall be subject to any physical, sexual, psychological or verbal harassment
or abuse. Licensee will not use or tolerate any form of corporal punishment.

9. Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining: Licensees shall recognize and


respect the right of employees to freedom of association and collective bargaining.

NIKE/ University of Virginia Agreement


Labor Code Standards

Rider 1

Full Public Disclosure:

Each Licensee shall disclose to the Member Institution or its deslgnee the location (including
factory name, contact name, address, phone number, e-mail address, products produced, and
nature of business association) of each factory used in the production of all items which bear
Licensed lndicia. Such information shall be updated upon change of any factory site location.
The Member Institution reserves the right to disclose this information to third parties, without
restriction as to its further distribution.

NIKE/ University of Virginia Agreement


Labor Code Standards

Rider 2

Women's Rights:

1. Women workers will receive equal remuneration, including benefits, equal treatment,
equal evaluation of the quality of their work, and equal opportunity to fill all positions as
male workers. ·

2. Pregnancy tests will not be a condition of employment, nor will they be demanded of
employees.

3. Workers who take maternity leave will not face dismissal nor threat of dismissal, loss of
seniority or deduction of wages, and will be able to return to their former employment at
the same rate of pay and benefits.

4. Workers will not be forced or pressured to use contraception.

5. Workers will not be exposed to hazards, including glues and solvents, that may endanger
their safety, including their reproductive health.

6. Licensees shall provide appropriate services and accommodations to women workers in


connection with pregnancy.

NIKE/ University ol Virginia Agreement


AMENDMENT TO UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA MULTI-SPORT AGREEMENT

This Amendment to the University of Virginia Multi-Sport Agreement (this "Amendmenf')


is made and entered into by and between NIKE USA, Inc., an Oregon corporation, having its
principal place of business at One Bowerman Drive, Beaverton, Oregon 97005 ("NIKE"), and
University of Virginia, having its principal administrative office in Charlottesville, Virginia
("UNIVERSITY").
WHEREAS, NIKE and UNIVERSITY entered into the "University of Virginia Multi-Sport
Agreement," effective July 1, 2001 and dated August 10, 2001 (the "Agreemenf'), the current
term of which extends through June 30, 2005.
WHEREAS, the Agreement was awarded by UNIVERSITY as a result of competitive
negotiation based on Request for Proposal #MC070501 for Sports Marketing Equipment and
Apparel dated July 5, 2001.
WHEREAS, UNIVERSITY solicited several firms on September 22, 2003 for a sports
apparel and sponsorship arrangement covering all of its Intercollegiate Athletic Programs.
WHEREAS, UNIVERSITY received no responses to the solicitation.
WHEREAS, NIKE subsequently proposed to expand the scope of the Agreement.
WHEREAS, the parties desire to extend and amend the Agreement in accordance with
the terms and conditions contained herein.
NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises, terms and conditions set
forth herein:
1. The parties agree to amend and extend the terms of the Agreement, effective July 1,
2004 through June 30, 2009, as follows:
A. In the first 'WHEREAS" clause, the phrase "in football, women's basketball and
women's soccer" shall be deleted.
B. Subparagraph 1(c) shall be amended to read: "'Intercollegiate Athletic
Program(s)' shall mean the following programs sponsored by UNIVERSITY:
football, women's basketball, men's basketball, women's soccer, men's soccer,
women's golf, men's golf, and men's lacrosse."
C. Subparagraph 2 shall be amended to replace the date "June 30, 2005" with
"June 30, 2009."
D. Subparagraph 6(a)(2) shall be replaced in its entirety with the following:

"Each Contract Year (except as otherwise specified), Coaches and Staff


members of the below-indicated Programs, and select members of the Athletic
Department (to be designated by UNIVERSITY), shall be entitled to order NIKE
Product for personal use (or promotional use, as indicated) through the NIKE by
Mail ("NBM") program. The aggregate maximum amount (in terms of retail value)
of product that may be ordered per Program shall be as set forth opposite the
indicated Program. In the fourth Contract Year ('04-'05), the Athletic
Department's NBM allotment (in terms of retail value) shall be $30,000. In the
fifth through eighth Contract Years, the Athletic Department's NBM allotment
shall be 10% of the amount of NIKE Product that UNIVERSITY purchased from
NIKE in the previous Contract Year (at wholesale prices). For example, if during

Amendment to University of Virginia Multi-Sport Agreement - 1 02/0212005


the fourth Contract Year, UNIVERSITY purchases $250,000 of NIKE Product (at
wholesale prices), in the fifth Contract Year, UNIVERSITY may order $25,000 (at
retail prices) of NIKE Product through the NBM program. All such NIKE Product
must be ordered through the NBM program subject to procedures established by
NIKE for such purpose. No carry-over of unordered annual allotments of
merchandise from one Contract Year to another shall be allowed.

Football $25,000
Basketball(_MJ_ $10,000
Basketball_M- Marketing/Promo $ 6,000
Basketball-:@ $15,000
SoccerJ.Wl $ 3,000
SoccerlMl $ 3,000
Gol!JW: $ 6,000
Gol!J_M_.l $ 6,000

E. A new subparagraph 6(c) shall be added as follows:


"Nike and the University can mutually agree to adjust support to Intercollegiate
Athletic Programs covered by this Agreement or add additional Intercollegiate
Athletic Programs to this Agreement by updating Exhibits A, Product Supply
Requirements, and Exhibit B, Performance Bonuses, as needed."
F. The table in subparagraph 7(a) shall be replaced with the following:
Football 2
Basketballj_M) 2
Basketball..Ml 4
Soccer]MI 3
Soccer_iW_.l 3

G. Subparagraph 7(b) shall be replaced with the following:


"Upon reasonable prior notice and subject to any other playing commitments and
compliance with any applicable NCAA and/or Conference rules or regulations,
UNIVERSITY shall make: (i) its women's basketball Team available to
participate in a NIKE-sponsored tournament twice during the Term, and (ii) its
women's soccer Team available to participate in a NIKE-sponsored tournament
not more frequently than once within any 3-year period."
H. Subparagraph 8(a) shall be replaced with the following:
"As the exclusive Product supplier of UNIVERSITY's Intercollegiate Athletic
Programs, UNIVERSITY shall provide NIKE with the following promotional
benefits at no additional cost to NIKE (except as otherwise specified) each
Contract Year."
I. The table in subparagraph 8(a)(1) shall be supplemented with the following rows:
Basketball IM} 6
Basketball Tournament:IMJ: 6
LacrosseJ_M) Final Four 4

Amendment to University of Virginia Multi-Sport Agreement· 2 0210212005


J. The first sentence following the table in subparagraph 8(a) (1) shall be replaced
with the following: "Each Contract Year, NIKE shall receive: (i) fifty (50) tickets
(in lieu of the above indicated 4 tickets) to one mutually agreed upon football
game; (ii) ten (1 O} tickets (in lieu of the above indicated 5 tickets) to one mutually
agreed upon women's basketball game; and (iii) ten (10) tickets (in lieu of the
above indicated 6 tickets) to one mutually agreed upon men's basketball game
(collectively, "NIKE Game-day")."
K. Subparagraph 8(a)(3) shall be replaced with the following:
"(3) Hospitality events for the men's and women's NIKE Game-day ticket
holders (which may include, for example, welcome receptions and/or tours of
facilities)."
L. The table in subparagraph 1O(a) shall be supplemented with the following rows:
5'" Contract Year $50,000
5th Contract Year $50,000
T" Contract Year $50,000
8'h Contract Year $50,000

M. Subparagraph 1O(c) shall be supplemented with the following language:


"In the event UNIVERSITY's women's basketball program J?lays in the NCAA
Final Four Tournament in any of the 5th through 8 Contract Years,
UNIVERSITY's women's basketball Coach may request that NIKE negotiate in
good faith regarding an adjustment in the Cash Compensation provided in
subparagraph 1O(a}. NIKE is not obligated to agree to any adjustment in Cash
Compensation."
N. Paragraph 13 shall be replaced with the following:

"13. RIGHTS OF FIRST DEALING AND FIRST REFUSAL.


(a) At NIKE's request, UNIVERSITY shall negotiate with NIKE in good
faith with respect to the terms of a renewal of this Agreement.
The parties shall not be obligated to enter into an agreement if
they cannot settle on mutually satisfactory terms. UNIVERSITY
shall not (nor shall UNIVERSITY permit its agents, attorneys or
representatives to) engage in discussions or negotiations with any
third party regarding product supply with respect to any Products,
or sponsorship (or similar supply of promotional arrangement) of
any Intercollegiate Athletic Program with respect to any Products
after the Term ("Product Supply/Endorsemenf') until November
15, 2008, at which time UNIVERSITY will have the right to issue a
request for proposal for Product Supply/Endorsement, subject to
NIKE's right of first refusal described in subparagraph (b) below.
NIKE shall not be obligated to respond to any such request for
proposal.
(b} During the Term and for a period of ninety (90) days thereafter,
NIKE shall have the right of first refusal for Product
Supply/Endorsement, as follows. If UNIVERSITY receives any
bona fide third party offer at any time on or after October 1, 2008,
with respect to any Product Supply/Endorsement, UNIVERSITY

Amendment to University of Virginia Multi·Sport Agreement· 3 02/0212005


shall submit to NIKE in writing the specific terms of such bona fide
third party offer. NIKE shall have fifteen (15) business days from
the date of its receipt of such third party offer to notify
UNIVERSITY in writing if it will enter into a new contract with
UNIVERSITY on terms no less favorable to UNIVERSITY than the
material, measurable and matchable terms of such third party
offer. If NIKE so notifies UNIVERSITY within such 15-day period,
UNIVERSITY shall enter into a contract with NIKE on the terms of
NIKE's offer. If NIKE fails or declines to match or better the
material, measurable and matchable terms of such third party
offer within such 15-day period, UNIVERSITY may thereafter
consummate an agreement with such third party on the terms of
the offer made to UNIVERSITY. Prior to October 1, 2008,
UNIVERSITY shall not solicit, consider or present to NIKE, and
NIKE shall not be obligated to respond to, any third party offer for
any Product Supply/Endorsement.
(c) Notwithstanding the foregoing, application of this Paragraph shall
be subject to any prior state or federal court adjudication in which
such Paragraph is held to be illegal, invalid or unenforceable
pursuant to the Virginia Public Procurement Act, Section 2.2-4300,
in which case Paragraph 25 of this Agreement shall apply."

0. Exhibit A, the grids attached to Exhibit A, and Exhibit B shall be replaced in their
entirety with the attached documents.

2. Except as expressly modified herein, the Agreement and all other terms and conditions
thereof shall remain in full force and effect and the parties hereto hereby confirm and ratify each
of the provisions of the Agreement as amended hereby.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Amendment to be


executed as of the date below.
1HE RECTOIMHD YISlmAI OFTili INVEllSITY OF Vl~INi.-
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA NIKE USA, Inc.

1----- By:_~:::::·
f:::::E:.:::::'.::::>,--2,4:'.'.:=:=~­
Tommy Kain
Its: Director, U.S. rts Marketing

By:~~
By:·------------~ Peter H. Koehler, Jr.
Its: Its: Regional Counsel, USA/Americas
----~-------~

Fed. Id. No: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Dated: 7 1 I Y. ..; ;-

Amendment to University of Vifgln!a Multi-Sport Agreement - 4 02/02/2005


EXHIBIT A
Product Supply Requirements

(see attached grids)

Amendment to University of Virginia Multi-Sport Agreement - 5 0210212005


University of Virginia
Football

0
.l!lc:
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!1~~.JU':'i>'7'<
WIO Tee/Ori-Fil 60
US Mock Turtleneck · 50
Mesh W/O Short 60
Fleece Crew 60
Fleece Pant 60
Warm Up ~
72
~fll'l>~~"'C~.t<m"~;J;
Camp Tee/Cotton 400
Camp Polo/Pique 15
~Ii.Ii. "~
Coaches Polo 60
Sweater 40
Lt. WI Jacket 40
Med. WI Jackel 40
Heavyweight Jackel 40
Ra!nsuils~ 20
Coaches Short 40
Coaches Pant 40
~mii;,,,;.J~A
Game Jersey 200
Game Pant 100
--- -
---- .. Q] --- . "
Bags 50
Socks 216
Football Gloves 500
Footballs 25
Wristbands 250
Caps 288
--
Shoes
~.l L • .-

150

'Contract Years 1, 3, 5 and 7 only.

212/2005
University of Virginia
Men's Basketball

Mell'~

Warm Up 24
~.rl~lPil!ill1lic'W
Bags 24
Basketballs 24

2/2/2005
University of Virginia
Women's Basketball

W/O Tee/Cotton 180


Fleece Crew 36
Fleece Pant 36
Hooded Fleece 24
Warm Up 36
~~ c-- ~:--~~
Coaches Polo 36
Pullover 12
Coaches Short 16
~~~11~'.':
Game Jersey 60
Game Short 60
Game Pant 20
Shooting Shirt 20
Game Tee 60
Practice Jersey 96
Practice Short 120
Compression Short 72
3/1 Parka 20

27
75

160
24

120

$12,000

212/2005
University of Virginia
Men's Golf

eii~..~'r:~_- "'~"'··c_"';'I-.- - - 1
Camp Tee/Cotton 100
' ·. --·-
-· il2irur"· ·1~j
!!Ell I!!!!.®
Golf Gloves 288
Goll Balis 144
Golf Head Covers 21
Golf Bag 21
Golf Travel Bags 21
~~~~t~~'J;}f'i{Q;;X:
Shoes 48

21212005
University of Virginia
Women's Golf

Camp Tee/Cotton 100


~-6'~)jj1F~~
Goll Gloves 288
Goll Balls 144
Golf Head Covers 21
Golf Bag 21
Goll Travel Bags 21
tlJ\111~~~~~~
Shoes 48

212/2005
University of Virginia
Men's Lacrosse

Game Jersey/men's 90
Game ShorVmen's 90
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Shoes 75

21212005
University of Virginia
Men's Soccer

0
-~
c
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$lC. - : Jf~"i'~~,,,
Game Jersey 72
Game Short 72
Goalie Jersey 8
Goalie Short 6
Match Warm-up 40
Match Sock 86
Training Short 50
Tranfng Shirt 50
Training Sock 75
Training Pant 36
Training Vest 45
Jacket 36
Team Polo 36
Player Gitt 100
~J't~ljlpi\ltm~'li
Bags 36
Soccer Balls 30
Goalie Gloves 12
Shin Guards 30
$1!~~~
' - . - _, --.l-
Shoes 1.22
Sandals 36

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University of Virginia
Women's Soccer

W/O Tee/Cotton 50
Pique Polo 30
Mesh W/O Short 50
Fleece PanVLeg Zip 30
~~w~~-~"11:<
Camp Tee/Cotton• 300
tmlf~l!!l®.t:~"i'll!I
Lt: Wt Jackel 30
s~r;tMZ~~~::;'.~~
Game Jersey 60
Game Short 60
Goalie Jetsey 8
Goalie Short 6
Maleh Warm·up 30
Match Sock 80
~JjlijllJltM;j[
Bags 30
Socks 75
Soccer Balls 30
Goalie Gloves 12
30

105
30

30
6

120
50
12

'One Slaff Package per additional 30 camp !·shirts ordered after the Initial 300 comp camp !·shirts
(ratio and prices are subject lo change)

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EXHIBIT B
Performance Bonuses

Football

ACC Conference Champions: $2,500


BCS Bowl Participant:
$5,000
National Champions:
$50,000
#2 Final Ranking AP or USA Today Coaches Poll: $25,000
#3 Final Ranking AP or USA Today Coaches Poll: $20,000
#4 Final Ranking AP or USA Today Coaches Poll: $15,000
#5 Final Ranking AP or USA Today Coaches Poll: $10,000
Eight (8) or more wins in a season: $2,500

Seven (7) or more wins in a season: NIKE will add $15,000 (retail value)
to UNIVERSITY's football product supply allowance in the subsequent Contract Year.

Women's Basketball

NCAA $2,500
Sweet 16 $7,500
Final 4 $15,000
NCAA Championship $25,000

Women's Soccer

NCAA Bid $5,000


NCAA Championship $10,000

Men's Soccer

NCAA Bid $5,000


NCAA Championship $10,000

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SECOND AMENDMENT TO
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA MUL Tl-SPORT AGREEMENT

This Amendment to the University of Virginia Multi-Sport Agreement (this


"Amendment") is made and entered into by and between NIKE USA, Inc., an Oregon
corporation, having its principal place of business at One Bowerman Drive, Beaverton,
Oregon 97005 ("NIKE"), and University of Virginia, having its principal administrative
office in Charlottesville, Virginia ("UNIVERSITY").
WHEREAS, NIKE and UNIVERSITY extended the "University of Virginia Multi-
Sport Agreement," effective July 1, 2004 (the "Agreement"), the current term of which
extends through June 30, 2009; and
WHEREAS, NIKE and UNIVERSITY have previously amended the Agreement to
adjust the Camp allotment to the Women's Soccer program; and
WHEREAS, the parties desire to again amend the Agreement in accordance
with the terms and conditions contained herein.
NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises, terms and
conditions set forth herein, the parties agree to amend the terms of the Agreement,
effective January 1, 2006, as follows:

1. EXHIBIT B, Performance Bonuses, the "Women's Soccer" bonuses shall be deleted


in their entirety and replaced with the following:
"NCAA Semi-Finalists $5,000
NCAA Championship $5,000"

2. EXHIBIT B, Performance Bonuses, the "Men's Soccer" bonuses shall be deleted in


their entirety and replaced with the following:
"NCAA Semi-Finalists $5,000
NCAA Championship $5,000"

Except as modified by this Amendment, all other terms and conditions of the
.Agreement, and any other previous amendments thereto, shall remain in full force and
effect and all rights hereunder shall be exercised consistent therewith.

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
THE RECTOR AltD YISITO..QS Of llfE UHMllSITY Of VIRGINIA
By: .:::::::_,. By:_::±:;.::::.:::,~_fL::_'.'.'.::::::=:::::::._-
Eric N. Denby
Title: Director of Procurernen t Services Title :-b-"-"-.lJ,..U.,~...........-"""P'-'-'-...._..,..__

Date: 08/30/06
PO !!: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
..... ..,., ...

THIRD AMENDMENT TO
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA MULTl·SPORT AGREEMENT

This Amendment to the University of Virginia Multl·Sport Agreement (this "Amendmenr)


is made and entered into by and between NIKE USA, Inc., an Oregon corporation, having its
principal place of business at One Bowerman Drive, Beaverton, Oregon 97005 ("NIKE"), and
University of Virginia, having its principal administrative office in Charlottesville. Virginia
("UNIVERSITY").
WHEREAS, NIKE and UNIVERSITY entered Into the "University of Virginia MulH-Sport
Agreement," effective July 1, 2001 and dated August 10, 2001 (the "Agreemenr), the current
term of which extends, via amendment, through June 30, 2009;
WHEREAS, the parties desire to supersede the last Contract Year (2008-09) of the
current Term with this Third Amendment to the Agreement (the "Third Amendment");
WHEREAS, NIKE and UNIVERSITY have previously amended the Agreement to adjust
Performance Bonus sums for Men's and Women's Soccer; and
WHEREAS, the parties desire to further extend and further amend the Agreement and
subsequent amendments "thereto in accordance with the terms and conditions in this Third
Amendment.
NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises, terms and condllions set
forth herein:
1. The parties agree to amend and extend the terms of the. Agreement, effective July 1,
2008 through June 30, 2016, as follows:
A. Paragraph 2 shall be amended to replace the date "June 30, 2009" with "June
30, 2016."
B. Subparagraph 6(a) shall be replaced In Its entirety with the following:

"Each Contract Year, UNIVERSITY shall be entitled to order directly from NIKE,
and receive, the below-indicated amounts of mutually determined sport-
approprlate NIKE Product for use by (or in connection with) the Intercollegiate
Athletic Programs: The aggregate retail value of supplied product that Athletic
Department may order for each Contract Year shall be as set forth In the table
below (each, an "Annual Product Allotment").

1st Contract Year 2008-09) $1,200,000


2nd Contract Year 2009-16) $1 200,000
3rd Contract Year 2010-11 $1,200,000
4th Contract Year 2011-121 $1,200,000
5th Contract Year~012-13 $1,300,000
6th Contract Yeiir 2013-14 $1,300,000
7th Contract Year 2014-15 $1,300,000
8th Contract Year 2015-16 $1,300,000

In addition, within thirty (30) days of execution of this Third Amendment,


UNIVERSITY shall receive an additional product allotment of $50,000 (retail
value) for use by the Intercollegiate Athletic Programs. '

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The exact styles, sizes and delivery dates and, where appropriate, quanlities of
such NIKE Products shall be mutually determined by NIKE and UNIVERSITY
{and subject to subparagraph (1) below) for each Contract Year. UNIVERSITY
may order and purchase additional quantities of the foregoing merchandise, or
.components thereof, from NIKE, or such local authorized team dealer as NIKE
may designate, at NIKE's dealers' price for those or comparable Products. In no
event shall UNIVERSITY purchase such Products from any other third party. In
addition, UNIVERSITY shall be permitted to order from NIKE other NIKE
Products for use by any Intercollegiate Athletic Program(s) at NIKE's published
wholesale price, subject to availability. All Product to be supplied by NIKE
hereunder shall be delivered F.O.B. to UNIVERSITY. Only properly submitted
orders from Associate Athletic Director Keith Vanderbeek or another
representative of UNIVERSITY who has been authorized in writing .by
UNIVERSITY's Diiector of Procurement Seivlces shall be filled by NIKE. No
carry-over Of unordered annual allotments of merchandise from one Contract
Year to another shall be allowed. If an order (or orders) for any entire annual
allotment of merchandise for any designated Intercollegiate Athletlc Program is
(or are) not received by NIKE prior to the conclusl_on of any Contract Year, then
such Program shall be deemed to have waived any right to tho unordered portion
thereof."
c. Subparagraph 6(a)(2) shall be replaced In Its entirety with the following:
"Each Contract Year {except as otherwise specified), Coaches and Staff
members of the Intercollegiate Athletic Progn;ims, and select members ·of the
Athletic Department (to be designated by UNIVERSITY), shall be entitled to order
NIKE Product for personal use (or promotional use, as indicated} through the
NIKE Elite program. The aggregate maximum amount (in terms of retail value} of
product that may be ordered each Contract Year (in terms of retail value} shall be
$75,000, All such NIKE Product must be ordered through the Nike Elite program
subject to procedures established by NIKE for such purpose. No carry--0ver of
unordered annual allotments of merchandise from one Contract Year to another
shall be allowed."
D. Paragraph 1O shall be replaced In its entirety with the followlng:

"10. CASH COMPENSATION AND OTHER CONSIDERATION."


{a) Each Contract Year NIKE shall pay UNIVERSITY the following
amounts of Base Compensation in support of the Intercollegiate
Athletic Programs to be paid in two (2} equal semi-annual
installments to be made on July 1 and January 1 of each Contract
Year (and subject to Paragraphs 15 and 17 below), except the first
installment in the first Contract Year shall be due within 30 days of
full execution of this Agreement:

1st Contract YearJ;woB-09 $100,000


2nd Contract Year 2009-10 $100,000
3rd Contract Year]!010-11 $100,000
4th Contract Year 2011-12 $100,000
5th Contract Year (2012-13 $200,000

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6th Contract Year 2013-111_ $200,000


7th Contract Year 2014-15[ $200,000
8th Contract Year 2015-1ill: $200,000

(b) Each summer during the Term, NIKE shall fund a paid internship,
to be served at NIKE's World Headquarters, for one
undergraduate to be selected by NIKE from a pool of candidates
to be developed and presented by UNIVERSITY:

(c) NIKE also shall pay UNIVERSITY cash and product bonuses as
set forth on Exhibit A for each of the indicated performance
bonus(es) achieved by the Indicated Team for any Contract Year,
such bonus(es) to be paid within thirty (30) days of NIKE's receipt
of written notification from UNIVERSITY that such bonus(es) has
been earned.
E. Paragraph 13 shall be replaced in its entirety with the following:

"13. RIGHTS OF FIRST DEALING AND FIRST REFUSAL.


(a) At NIKE's request, UNIVERSITY shall negotiate with NIKE in good
faith with respect to the terms of a renewal of this Agreement.
The parties shall not be obligated to enter into an agreement if
they cannot .settle on mutually satisfactory terms. UNIVERSITY
shall not (nor shall UNIVERSITY permit Its agents, attorneys or
representatives to) engage In discussions or n.agotiations with any
third party regarding product supply with respect to any Products,
or sponsorship (or similar supply of promotional arrangement) of
any Intercollegiate Athletic Program with respect to any Products
after the Term ("Product Supply/Endorsement") until November
15, 2015, at which time UNIVERSITY will have the right to issue a
request for proposal for Product Supply/Endorsement, subject to
NIKE's right of first refusal described In subparagraph (b) below.
NIKE shall not be obligated to respond to any such request for
proposal. ·
(b) During the Term and for a period of ninety (!30) days thereafter,
NIKE shall have the right of first refusal for Product
Supply/Endorsement, as follows. If UNIVERSITY receives any
bona fide third party offer at any time on or after October 1, 2015,
with respect to any Product Supply/Endorsement, UNIVERSITY
shall submit to NIKE in writing the specific tem1s of such bona fide
third party offer. NIKE shall have fifteen (15) business days from
the date of its receipt of such third party offer to notify
UNIVERSITY in writing if it will enter into a new contract with
UNIVERSITY on terms no less favorable to UNIVERSITY than the
material, measurable and matchable terms of such third party
offer. If NIKE so notifies UNIVERSITY within such 15-day period,
UNIVERSITY shall enter into a contract with f\llKE on the terms of
NIKE's offer. If NIKE fails or declines to match or better the
material, measurable and matchable terms of such third party

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offer within such 15-day period, UNIVERSITY may thereafter


consummate an agreement with such third pa1ty on the terms of
thE• offer made to UNIVERSITY. Prior to October 1, 2015,
UNIVERSITY shall not solicit, consider or present to NIKE, and
Nll<E shall not be obligated to respond to, any third party offer for
any Product Supply/Endorsement.
(c) Notwithstanding the foregoing, application of this Paragraph shall
be subject to any prior state or federal court adjudication in which
such Paragraph is held to be illegal, Invalid or unenforceable
pursuant to the Virginia Public Procurement Act, Section 2.2-4300,
in which case Paragraph 25 of this Agreement shall apply."

F. A new subparagraph 14(c) shall be added as follows:


"Notwithstanding the foregoing, NIKE and UNIVERSITY acknowledge and agree
that, upon expiration of any pre-existing equipment supply contracts between
UNIVERSITY and any third-party equipment suppliers for Men's Lacrosse,
Women's Lacrosse and Baseball, NIKE shall have the option to match such third-
party supply contracts pursuant to procedures set forth in subparagraph 14(b)
above. If NIKE exercises such option, Women's Lacrosse and Baseball shall
thereafter be deemed Intercollegiate Athletic Programs for purposes of
equipment supply only."
G. Exhibit A, "Product Supply Requirements", shall be deleted in its entirety.
H. Exhibit B, "Performance Bonuses", shall become the new Exhibit A. and Exhibit
C, "Labor Code Standards", shall beccime the new Exhibit B. The new Exhibit A,
"Performance Bonuses", shall be replaced in its entirety with the attached
document.

2. Except as expressly modified herein, the Agreement and subsequent amendments


thereto. and all other terms and conditions thereof shall remain in full force and effect and the
parties hereto hereby confirm and ratify each of the provisions of the AgreElment as amended
hereby.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Amendment to be


executed as of the date below.

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UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
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By: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
By:__::'.:::l<:_--1.~:::::::~--­
Its: £.·-----
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Tommy
Its: Director . Sports Marketing
Eric N. Denby, Director
Procurement
P.O.# __ Services
_ _ _ __
By: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
By:~ Peter H. Koehler, Jr.
Its: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Its: Regional Counsel, USA Region

Fed. Id. No: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Dated: -;:2 ' ~ ,_ ~

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EXHIBIT A

Performance Bonuses

Football

Plays in non-BCS/non-Tie~ I Bowl Game: $5,000


Tier I Bowl Participant: $15,000
BCS Bowl Participant: $25,q\)O ·~ ·. ' '
National Champions: $25,000
: ,..

All football bonuses are cumulative ---·-..·· -~ ........ --·-·--. --


Men's Basketball

Sweet 16 $5,000
Elite 8 $10,000
Final Four Appearance $25,000

Women's Basketball

Sweet 16 $5,000
Final 4 $10,000

Men's Soccer

NCM Semi-Finalists $5,000


NCM Championship

Women's Soccer
- $5,000

NCM Semi-Finalists $5,000


NCM Championship $5,000

Men's Lacrosse

Final 4 $2,500
NCM Championship $5,000

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April 1. 2015
Mr. Craig Littlepage
Director of Athletics
University of Virginia
1001 North Emmet Street
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4202
RE: Amendment and Extension of the University of Virginia Multi-Sport Agreement
Dear Craig:
This will serve as the amendment of the Multi-Sport Agreement (as previously amended)
between University of Virginia and NIKE USA, Inc., effective July 1, 2001 (the "Agreement"),
confirming the extension and the other agreed modifications. Effective as of the full execution of
this Amendment (the "Effective Date"), UNIVERSITY and NIKE agree as follows:
1. NIKE shall pay UNIVERSITY a one-time commitment bonus of Two Million Dollars
($2,000,000) within thirty (30) business days of full execution of this Amendment.
2. As of the Effective Date, the term of the Agreement shall be extended for ten (10)
additional "Contract Years" to commence July 1, 2015 arid end June 30, 2025.
3. Paragraph 1(c) shall be amended to read: "Intercollegiate Athletic Program(s) shall
mean any and all varsity intercollegiate athletic teams that are fielded by UNIVERSITY
during the Term." NIKE acknowledges that UNIVERSITY is party to pre-existing
contracts and/or supply arrangements with respect to product supply with respect to the
Men's and Women's Swimming/Diving Team for competition suits with Speedo, the
Baseball Team for uniforms, bats and catchers gear with Rawlings, and Men's Lacrosse
for lacrosse equipment and NIKE agrees that subject to Paragraph 14(c), such contracts
and/or arrangements may be maintained, extended and/or replaced during the Term,
provided, however, in the event any such agreement is replaced by another supplier,
such replacement supplier cannot be a company or brand well-known to the public as a
footwear company or brand.
4. As of the Effective Date, the annual cash consideration (i.e., "Base Compensation")
stated in Paragraph 1O(a), and annual product consideration (i.e., "Annual Product
Allotment") chart in Paragraph 6(a), shall be amended as follows:
Contract Year Base Com_E_ensation Annual Product Allotment*/**
8th Contract Year 2015-16 $500,000 $2,500,000
9th Contract Year 2016-17 $500,000 $2,500,000
10th Contract Year 2017-18 $500,000 $2,500,000
11th Contract Year 2018-19 $500,000 $2,750,000
12th Contract Year 2019-20 $500,000 $2,750,000
13th Contract Year 2020-21 $500,000 $2,750,000
14th Contract Year 2021-22 $500,000 $3,000,000
15th Contract Year 2022-23 $500,000 $3,000,000
16th Contract Year 2023-24 $500,000 $3,000,000
17th Contract Year 2024-25 $500,000 $3,250,000

NIKE, lni:. ONE BOWERMAN DRIVE, BEAVERTON, OREGON 97005·6453 F; 503.646.6926 NKE.COM
*Such limit shall be valued at retail value.

**UNIVERSITY shaff be permitted to carry over up to $150,000 of unordered Annual Product Allotment from
one Contract Year to the next; provided that UNIVERSITY notifies NIKE of its intent and carry-over amount
no later than April 1 of the then-current Contract Year. Any carry-over that is not spent the following Contract
Year shall be deemed forfeited.

5. The date setforth in Paragraph 13(a) shall be deemed to be November 15, 2024.
6. As of the Effective Date, the Football Bonuses on Exhibit A shall be replaced with the
following:
Football (bonuses are cumulative)
Plays in a Tier 1* Bowl Game $ 10,000
Plays in a CFP Semi-finals Game $ 25,000
Plays in the National Championship Game $ 50,000
Wins the National Championship Game $100,000

* "Tier 1 Bowl Game" shall mean any non-CFP game with a team pay-out of not Jess than $3 million.

Except as modified by this Amendment, all defined terms used within this Amendment shall
have the same meaning ascribed to them under the Agreement, all other terms and conditions
of the Agreement shall remain in full force and effect, and all rights and obligations under this
Amendment shall be exercised consistent with the Agreement.
If UNIVERSITY is in agreement with the terms of this Amendment, please so indicate by due
execution of this Amendment and return of same to me for counter-signature on behalf of NIKE.

Kit orris
Director, College Sports Marketing

(}r /--·__ ,
AGREED: AGREED:

:~KE~
University of Virginia

By: . . . . --- --#-tMr


. I .
TommyKain
Its= ------~------ VP, North America Sports Marketing

NIKE, Inc. ONE BOWERMAN DRIVE, BEAVERTON, OREGON 97005-6453 F: 503.646.6926 NKE.COM
DocuSign Envelope ID: 19AD3D92-ED15-4758-B136-AD6A99FD5E49
BE9C08FE-8D43-4CC3-825C-1EE5DC7E829B

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
HEAD FOOTBALL COACH
EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT – AMENDMENT 2

THIS AMENDMENT TWO (“Amendment 2”) to the University of Virginia Head

Football Coach Employment Agreement (“Agreement”) effective December 7, 2015 is

made by and between the Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia (the

“University”) on behalf of its Department of Athletics (“Department”) and Bronco

Mendenhall (“Coach”). The University and the Coach agree to modify the Agreement

and Amendment 1 only as follows:

4. Compensation.

4.3. Annual Increases Supplemental Compensation. The Coach’s annual

supplemental compensation in section 4.2 shall be as follows:

April 1, 2020: $3,600,000


April 1, 2021: $3,750,000
April 1, 2022: $3,900,000
April 1, 2023: $4,050,000
April 1, 2024: $4,200,000

The remaining terms of the Agreement and of Amendment 1 remain unchanged.

[Signatures Follow]
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BE9C08FE-8D43-4CC3-825C-1EE5DC7E829B

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Coach and the authorized representatives of the

University hereby execute this Amendment 2 as evidenced by their signatures below.

THE RECTOR AND VISITORS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA:

5/3/2020
By: ______________________________________ Date: __________
University President

4/15/2020
By: ______________________________________ Date: __________
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

HEAD FOOTBALL COACH

4/15/2020
By: __________________________________ Date: __________
Coach

2
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9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Mark Allen
C/O UVA Men’s & Women’s Squash Office
200 Wellington Drive
Charlottesville, VA 22903

Dear Mark,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $141,959


Supplemental Wage $18,037
Annualized Total Compensation $159,996

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Mark Allen Carla Williams
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University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Robert Anae
C/O UVA Football Office
P.O. Box 400837
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4837

Dear Robert,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 10.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $550,000


Supplemental Wage $35,000
Annualized Total Compensation $585,000

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/4/2020


Robert Anae Carla Williams
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University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Justin Anderson
C/O UVA Football Office
P.O. Box 400837
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4837

Dear Justin,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $86,994


Supplemental Wage $23,206
Annualized Total Compensation $110,200

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Justin Anderson Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: E0B8D834-BA53-452F-B511-FF53B72DBD54
4681AC92-4283-4D7E-8E19-F327951751C2
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Mark Atuaia
C/O UVA Football Office
P.O. Box 400837
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4837

Dear Mark,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 9.65% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $239,440


Supplemental Wage $0
Annualized Total Compensation $239,440

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

• mandatory retirement plan


• disability insurance
• paid parental leave
• worker’s compensation
• life insurance
• accidental death and dismemberment insurance
• PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Mark Atuaia Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 86D70715-CA63-49AE-B58F-35DCA2297A63
4F85483D-1054-4CAA-BCAF-1B5E8E5B443B
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Jason Baum
C/O UVA Compliance Office
P.O. Box 400830
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4830

Dear Jason,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 2.75% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $57,453


Annualized Total Compensation $57,453

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Jason Baum Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: B84B0A5D-3A73-4B1A-8622-A4C36569D7E3
5F9F03BA-7CA9-48D5-8FCD-7199DAB14D84
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Jason Bauman
C/O UVA Facilities Office
P.O. Box 400822
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4822

Dear Jason,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 4.53% from 4/25/2020 until
12/24/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/25/2020 through 12/24/2020:

Base salary $113,038


Annualized Total Compensation $113,038

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Jason Bauman Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 782B7BF4-F9DC-4AFD-B738-8EE3B578B991
5B87157A-6E68-4559-B3DD-A63EF1F4537E
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Eric Baumgartner
C/O UVA Compliance Office
P.O. Box 400830
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4830

Dear Eric,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $141,095


Supplemental Wage $29,822
Annualized Total Compensation $170,917

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Eric Baumgartner Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 1241468E-7DB5-4C8C-B1E1-662F8DFB8EE3
1FB48F0E-2E3F-4006-9633-C5DD3208CCC4
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Jason Beck
C/O UVA Football Office
P.O. Box 400837
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4837

Dear Jason,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 10.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $300,000


Supplemental Wage $51,000
Annualized Total Compensation $351,000

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________
5/4/2020
Jason Beck Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 229393C6-B306-4A08-AC22-4ED3B8B49650
1FB48F0E-2E3F-4006-9633-C5DD3208CCC4
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Tony Bennett
C/O UVA Men's Basketball Office
P.O. Box 400823
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4823

Dear Tony,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 10.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $551,250


Supplemental Wage $2,425,500
Annualized Total Compensation $2,976,750

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________
Tony Bennett Carla Williams 5/4/2020
DocuSign Envelope ID: 1DE56303-8181-48CA-B7C9-41E0AD0FA44D
4F85483D-1054-4CAA-BCAF-1B5E8E5B443B
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Randy Bird
C/O UVA Sports Nutrition Office
P.O. Box 400845
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4845

Dear Randy,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 4.59% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $95,939


Annualized Total Compensation $95,939

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Randy Bird Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: ED571B6D-D954-41B3-90F0-F80F16D27E6E
4681AC92-4283-4D7E-8E19-F327951751C2
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Jim Booz
C/O UVA Administration Office
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4846

Dear Jim,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 9.06% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $230,991


Annualized Total Compensation $230,991

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

• mandatory retirement plan


• disability insurance
• paid parental leave
• worker’s compensation
• life insurance
• accidental death and dismemberment insurance
• PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Jim Booz Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 1F01F0F6-B783-44B6-82A8-5943A7CD00B1
5F9F03BA-7CA9-48D5-8FCD-7199DAB14D84
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Scott Brown
C/O UVA Men’s Tennis Office
P.O. Box 400843
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4843

Dear Scott,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $74,442


Supplemental Wage $32,740
Annualized Total Compensation $107,182

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Scott Brown Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 3469C0A7-7EA0-4F5F-8326-E3A27D85884F
4F85483D-1054-4CAA-BCAF-1B5E8E5B443B
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Kerri Cain
C/O UVA Football Office
P.O. Box 400837
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4837

Dear Kerri,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 2.72% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $48,088


Annualized Total Compensation $48,088

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Kerri Cain Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 83DDE3E8-C82B-45D9-ACCC-73FFC2F8562C
5B87157A-6E68-4559-B3DD-A63EF1F4537E
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Gerry Capone
C/O UVA Football Office
P.O. Box 400837
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4837

Dear Gerry,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $169,289


Supplemental Wage $4,720
Annualized Total Compensation $174,009

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Gerry Capone Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 6F97D0D7-CBD4-42F5-9B36-C750589DDFF1
4F85483D-1054-4CAA-BCAF-1B5E8E5B443B
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Dwayne Chandler
C/O UVA Football Development & Performance Office
P.O. Box 400837
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4837

Dear Dwayne,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $85,000


Supplemental Wage $10,000
Annualized Total Compensation $95,000

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Dwayne Chandler Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: EF3710D8-ECE9-4BF2-879C-98F0B7C11BC9
4681AC92-4283-4D7E-8E19-F327951751C2
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Mike Curtis
C/O UVA Men's Basketball Office
P.O. Box 400823
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4823

Dear Mike,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 10.00% from 5/25/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 5/25/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $147,989


Supplemental Wage $86,138
Annualized Total Compensation $234,127

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

• mandatory retirement plan


• disability insurance
• paid parental leave
• worker’s compensation
• life insurance
• accidental death and dismemberment insurance
• PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Mike Curtis Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 1CB8289B-DE03-4D82-A47B-B4D4DC1659E6
5F9F03BA-7CA9-48D5-8FCD-7199DAB14D84
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Jim Daves
C/O UVA Media Relations Office
P.O. Box 400853
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4853

Dear Jim,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 4.53% from 4/25/2020 until
12/24/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/25/2020 through 12/24/2020:

Base salary $107,596


Annualized Total Compensation $107,596

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Jim Daves Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 026F90EA-D191-43AE-AECA-A4F36D006728
5B87157A-6E68-4559-B3DD-A63EF1F4537E
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Todd DeSorbo
C/O UVA Men’s & Women’s Swimming and Diving Office
AFC, P.O. Box 400316
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4316

Dear Todd,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $128,750


Supplemental Wage $31,990
Annualized Total Compensation $160,740

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Todd DeSorbo Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: CDCA409A-482F-49BE-A70F-2DD452CE5496
4681AC92-4283-4D7E-8E19-F327951751C2
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University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Drew Dickinson
C/O UVA Baseball Office
P. O. Box 400839
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4839

Dear Drew,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $100,000


Supplemental Wage $94,750
Annualized Total Compensation $194,750

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

• mandatory retirement plan


• disability insurance
• paid parental leave
• worker’s compensation
• life insurance
• accidental death and dismemberment insurance
• PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Drew Dickinson Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 761F46C4-6601-4083-888A-0EBABC0B03A1

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

June 8, 2020

Jonathan T. Fenwick
C/O UVA Men’s & Women’s Swimming and Diving Office
AFC, P.O. Box 400316
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4316

Dear Tyler,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5% from
7/6/2020 until 12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 7/6/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $63,500


Supplemental Compensation $25,981
Annualized Total Compensation $89,481

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits
which are calculated from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your
part. At the end of the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the
original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is
important to note that this situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary,
all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these
difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ ________________________________ 6/8/2020


Tyler Fenwick Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 8138873F-D102-4690-85EC-E07E76A14191
5F9F03BA-7CA9-48D5-8FCD-7199DAB14D84
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Jason Freeman
C/O UVA Sports Psychology Office
P.O. Box 400845
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4845

Dear Jason,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 4.53% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $130,775


Annualized Total Compensation $130,775

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Jason Freeman Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 5C82D715-2340-4FF7-87EA-16851A195BDD
5F9F03BA-7CA9-48D5-8FCD-7199DAB14D84
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Steve Garland
C/O UVA Wrestling Office
P.O. Box 400844
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4844

Dear Steve,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/25/2020 until
12/24/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/25/2020 through 12/24/2020:

Base salary $103,400


Supplemental Wage $22,297
Annualized Total Compensation $125,697

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Steve Garland Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: EBC30DBB-BE25-4511-AB7B-50D3E45E41FB
1FB48F0E-2E3F-4006-9633-C5DD3208CCC4
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

George Gelnovatch
C/O UVA Men’s Soccer Office
P.O. Box 400842
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4842

Dear George,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 10.00% from 4/25/2020 until
12/24/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/25/2020 through 12/24/2020:

Base salary $143,900


Supplemental Wage $126,010
Annualized Total Compensation $269,910

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/4/2020


George Gelnovatch Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 1170A43C-2E9C-4562-9176-25E4C2C947F4
5F9F03BA-7CA9-48D5-8FCD-7199DAB14D84
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Kyle Getter
C/O UVA Men's Basketball Office
P.O. Box 400823
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4823

Dear Kyle,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $84,000


Supplemental Wage $40,213
Annualized Total Compensation $124,213

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Kyle Getter Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 7604EF8D-69C9-447C-ABC6-9DC3B3578BA8
5F9F03BA-7CA9-48D5-8FCD-7199DAB14D84
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Luke Goldstein
C/O UVA Football and Video Services Office
P.O. Box 400837
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4837

Dear Luke,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 4.53% from 4/25/2020 until
12/24/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/25/2020 through 12/24/2020:

Base salary $139,770


Annualized Total Compensation $139,770

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Luke Goldstein Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: B7333402-D66E-4AAC-8326-75CFAD2228BD
5B87157A-6E68-4559-B3DD-A63EF1F4537E
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Todd Goodale
C/O UVA External Affairs Office
P.O. Box 400857
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4857

Dear Todd,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/25/2020 until
12/24/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/25/2020 through 12/24/2020:

Base salary $129,500


Supplemental Wage $13,081
Annualized Total Compensation $142,581

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Todd Goodale Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 2AD10FBF-8676-43D5-AB5E-AC929B0A981C
1FB48F0E-2E3F-4006-9633-C5DD3208CCC4
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Shawn Griswold
C/O UVA Football Development & Performance Office
P.O. Box 400837
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4837

Dear Shawn,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 10.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $150,000


Supplemental Wage $120,000
Annualized Total Compensation $270,000

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/4/2020


Shawn Griswold Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 6B684000-FF19-4CDF-9044-65BE65953B25
5F9F03BA-7CA9-48D5-8FCD-7199DAB14D84
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Joanna Hardin
C/O UVA Softball Office
P.O. Box 400850
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4850

Dear Joanna,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $99,197


Supplemental Wage $5,396
Annualized Total Compensation $104,593

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Joanna Hardin Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 78E160A3-2DE3-4799-A726-3DDB3C66E41B
5F9F03BA-7CA9-48D5-8FCD-7199DAB14D84
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Fran Harris
C/O UVA Women’s Basketball Office
P.O. Box 400827
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4827

Dear Fran,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 4.59% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $112,738


Annualized Total Compensation $112,738

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Fran Harris Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: EABDAB2D-CEF0-4517-8773-1A504605E9E5
1FB48F0E-2E3F-4006-9633-C5DD3208CCC4
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Nick Howell
C/O UVA Football Office
P.O. Box 400837
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4837

Dear Nick,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 10.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $400,000


Supplemental Wage $185,000
Annualized Total Compensation $585,000

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/4/2020


Nick Howell Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: C9746B84-59A4-4C35-90A6-02FEA3CE6C55
5F9F03BA-7CA9-48D5-8FCD-7199DAB14D84
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Corbin Hunt
C/O UVA Ticket Office
P.O. Box 400826
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4826

Dear Corbin,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 4.53% from 4/25/2020 until
12/24/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/25/2020 through 12/24/2020:

Base salary $117,811


Annualized Total Compensation $117,811

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Corbin Hunt Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: C6B0D266-96E7-4352-AECE-F28582D9A531
4681AC92-4283-4D7E-8E19-F327951751C2
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Shane Hunter
C/O UVA Football Office
P.O. Box 400837
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4837

Dear Shane,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $150,000


Supplemental Wage $78,000
Annualized Total Compensation $228,000

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

• mandatory retirement plan


• disability insurance
• paid parental leave
• worker’s compensation
• life insurance
• accidental death and dismemberment insurance
• PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Shane Hunter Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 7ED9CFDD-E4A1-4029-B308-6F7CD20B6F98
4681AC92-4283-4D7E-8E19-F327951751C2
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Vin Lananna
C/O UVA Men’s & Women’s Track and Field/XC Office
P.O. Box 400841
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4841

Dear Vin,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $110,000


Supplemental Wage $78,250
Retirement Contribution $35,000
Annualized Total Compensation $223,250

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

• mandatory retirement plan


• disability insurance
• paid parental leave
• worker’s compensation
• life insurance
• accidental death and dismemberment insurance
• PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Vin Lananna Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: D9082D2F-B022-4277-A564-D2CD1E7C0B81
5B87157A-6E68-4559-B3DD-A63EF1F4537E
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Michele Madison
C/O UVA Field Hockey Office
P.O. Box 400828
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4828

Dear Michele,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/25/2020 until
12/24/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/25/2020 through 12/24/2020:

Base salary $122,200


Supplemental Wage $19,025
Annualized Total Compensation $141,225

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Michele Madison Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 26080B28-2E4F-4E48-BC1C-22BAFFF9E58B
4F85483D-1054-4CAA-BCAF-1B5E8E5B443B
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Sarah May
C/O UVA Athletics Business Office
P.O. Box 400825
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4825

Dear Sarah,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 3.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $76,054


Supplemental Wage $6,396
Annualized Total Compensation $82,450

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Sarah May Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 91BB6889-159B-4FA5-89B0-59227B4FA748
4681AC92-4283-4D7E-8E19-F327951751C2
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Kevin McMullan
C/O UVA Baseball Office
P. O. Box 400839
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4839

Dear Kevin,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 10.00% from 4/25/2020 until
12/24/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/25/2020 through 12/24/2020:

Base salary $159,700


Supplemental Wage $71,091
Annualized Total Compensation $230,791

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

• mandatory retirement plan


• disability insurance
• paid parental leave
• worker’s compensation
• life insurance
• accidental death and dismemberment insurance
• PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Kevin McMullan Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 60513BFB-5B43-4F25-93DF-42790AECD708
1FB48F0E-2E3F-4006-9633-C5DD3208CCC4
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Bronco Mendenhall
C/O UVA Football Office
P.O. Box 400837
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4837

Dear Bronco,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 10.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $500,000


Supplemental Wage $3,190,000
Annualized Total Compensation $3,690,000

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/4/2020


Bronco Mendenhall Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 0C9828BC-F54E-4CBE-9480-17DD6564C244
5B87157A-6E68-4559-B3DD-A63EF1F4537E
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Julie Myers
C/O UVA Women’s Lacrosse
P.O. Box 400848
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4848

Dear Julie,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 4.53% from 4/25/2020 until
12/24/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/25/2020 through 12/24/2020:

Base salary $146,548


Annualized Total Compensation $146,548

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Julie Myers Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 33D28C9D-AB5D-4D2C-AD28-FB7E6C4E33BE
4681AC92-4283-4D7E-8E19-F327951751C2
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Ed Nordenschild
C/O UVA Strength and Conditioning Office
P.O. Box 400834
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4834

Dear Ed,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/25/2020 until
12/24/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/25/2020 through 12/24/2020:

Base salary $136,300


Supplemental Wage $44,964
Annualized Total Compensation $181,264

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

• mandatory retirement plan


• disability insurance
• paid parental leave
• worker’s compensation
• life insurance
• accidental death and dismemberment insurance
• PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Ed Nordenschild Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: D4C03414-3D34-4288-9892-FC59D85EA86D
1FB48F0E-2E3F-4006-9633-C5DD3208CCC4
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Brian O'Connor
C/O UVA Baseball Office
P. O. Box 400839
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4839

Dear Brian,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 10.00% from 4/25/2020 until
12/24/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/25/2020 through 12/24/2020:

Base salary $287,300


Supplemental Wage $402,016
Annualized Total Compensation $689,316

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/4/2020


Brian O'Connor Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: AA819ADC-3E02-4301-A64D-CE33079F2A8A
5F9F03BA-7CA9-48D5-8FCD-7199DAB14D84
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Sara O'Leary
C/O UVA Women’s Tennis Office
P.O. Box 400849
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4849

Dear Sara,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 4.59% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $141,363


Annualized Total Compensation $141,363

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Sara O'Leary Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 7066FD30-8E27-474B-B4AB-3091CBAA35B4
450773A7-AA90-43D6-B140-9C3BB32DB7F7

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Barry Parkhill
C/O University of Virginia Department of Athletics
P.O. Box 400833
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4833

Dear Barry,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 4.85% from
4/25/2020 until 12/24/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/25/2020 through 12/24/2020:

Base salary $224,653


Supplemental Compensation $0
Annualized Total Compensation $224,653

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits
which are calculated from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your
part. At the end of the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the
original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is
important to note that this situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary,
all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these
difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ ________________________________ 5/5/2020


Barry Parkhill Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: FEA94AF1-FFD9-4CED-B91C-D589F0923AFB
4681AC92-4283-4D7E-8E19-F327951751C2
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Andres Pedroso
C/O UVA Men’s Tennis Office
P.O. Box 400843
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4843

Dear Andres,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 10.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $185,658


Supplemental Wage $53,045
Annualized Total Compensation $238,703

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

• mandatory retirement plan


• disability insurance
• paid parental leave
• worker’s compensation
• life insurance
• accidental death and dismemberment insurance
• PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Andres Pedroso Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: A627569E-34BD-453D-8480-FD4E48570160
5F9F03BA-7CA9-48D5-8FCD-7199DAB14D84
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Walter Pitts
C/O UVA Women’s Basketball Office
P.O. Box 400827
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4827

Dear Walter,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $90,000


Supplemental Wage $33,500
Annualized Total Compensation $123,500

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Walter Pitts Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 604B8F28-5F93-451C-97D6-881950A343B6
1FB48F0E-2E3F-4006-9633-C5DD3208CCC4
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Kelly Poppinga
C/O UVA Football Office
P.O. Box 400837
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4837

Dear Kelly,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 10.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $350,000


Supplemental Wage $1,000
Annualized Total Compensation $351,000

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/4/2020


Kelly Poppinga Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 8051B33A-26B1-4173-84F8-1C6E5C5A82B2
5B87157A-6E68-4559-B3DD-A63EF1F4537E
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Bob Price
C/O UVA Football Office
P.O. Box 400837
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4837

Dear Bob,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 4.53% from 4/25/2020 until
12/24/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/25/2020 through 12/24/2020:

Base salary $161,060


Annualized Total Compensation $161,060

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Bob Price Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 4865C74E-D330-4333-A431-5E9428552E9A
4F85483D-1054-4CAA-BCAF-1B5E8E5B443B
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Jesse Pritchard
C/O UVA Facilities Office
P.O. Box 400822
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4822

Dear Jesse,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 4.53% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $101,577


Annualized Total Compensation $101,577

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Jesse Pritchard Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 04915111-6734-4086-A316-CA2FEE584F8F
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Steve Pritzker
C/O UVA Athletics Business Office
P.O. Box 400825
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4825

Dear Steve,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $158,597


Supplemental Wage $45,653
Annualized Total Compensation $204,250

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________
Steve Pritzker Carla Williams
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University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Kelli Pugh
C/O UVA Sports Medicine Office
P.O. Box 400834
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4834

Dear Kelli,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/25/2020 until
12/24/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/25/2020 through 12/24/2020:

Base salary $78,000


Supplemental Wage $17,000
Annualized Total Compensation $95,000

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Kelli Pugh Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: CAB2422F-C5BD-4B54-B8BB-DE36CC807597
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University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Nancy Rivers
C/O UVA Administration Office
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4846

Dear Nancy,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 9.06% from 4/25/2020 until
12/24/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/25/2020 through 12/24/2020:

Base salary $239,372


Retirement Contribution $35,000
Annualized Total Compensation $274,372

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/4/2020


Nancy Rivers Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 5CE637BE-59B1-4F6E-8782-52ABF5482834
5B87157A-6E68-4559-B3DD-A63EF1F4537E
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Ethan Saliba
C/O UVA Sports Medicine Office
P.O. Box 400834
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4834

Dear Ethan,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 4.53% from 4/25/2020 until
12/24/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/25/2020 through 12/24/2020:

Base salary $142,347


Annualized Total Compensation $142,347

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Ethan Saliba Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: FC74B692-481A-4DB2-9F72-A2037411C587
5B87157A-6E68-4559-B3DD-A63EF1F4537E
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Bowen Sargent
C/O UVA Men’s Golf Office
Dean Family Golf Performance Center
Charlottesville, VA 22903

Dear Bowen,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/25/2020 until
12/24/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/25/2020 through 12/24/2020:

Base salary $159,100


Supplemental Wage $17,242
Annualized Total Compensation $176,342

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Bowen Sargent Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 86BB9D34-1E64-4103-AF3D-39E5817C7B8E
5B87157A-6E68-4559-B3DD-A63EF1F4537E
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Kevin Sauer
C/O UVA Rowing Office
P.O. Box 400852
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4852

Dear Kevin,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/25/2020 until
12/24/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/25/2020 through 12/24/2020:

Base salary $141,300


Supplemental Wage $9,416
Annualized Total Compensation $150,716

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Kevin Sauer Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 40EFBF27-3075-4679-A409-93B1F4EC8D4B
5F9F03BA-7CA9-48D5-8FCD-7199DAB14D84
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University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Brett Schnell
C/O UVA Administrative Services Office
P.O. Box 400845
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4845

Dear Brett,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 4.53% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $103,076


Annualized Total Compensation $103,076

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Brett Schnell Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: C41E5F88-7BC9-417C-B681-9F8B77F58E92
5B87157A-6E68-4559-B3DD-A63EF1F4537E
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University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Ria Scott
C/O UVA Women’s Golf Office
Dean Family Golf Performance Center
Charlottesville, VA 22903

Dear Ria,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $102,000


Supplemental Wage $53,040
Annualized Total Compensation $155,040

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Ria Scott Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 412F20F7-0681-4734-98AB-9D7568733955
4F85483D-1054-4CAA-BCAF-1B5E8E5B443B
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Mel Simmons
C/O UVA Athletics Information Services Office
2033 Ivy Road
Charlottesville, VA 22903

Dear Mel,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 1.22% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $58,758


Annualized Total Compensation $58,758

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Mel Simmons Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 751EC259-B48B-4176-91AD-8F4D5FF90EC2
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University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Clint Sintim
C/O UVA Football Office
P.O. Box 400837
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4837

Dear Clint,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $175,000


Supplemental Wage $38,750
Annualized Total Compensation $213,750

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

• mandatory retirement plan


• disability insurance
• paid parental leave
• worker’s compensation
• life insurance
• accidental death and dismemberment insurance
• PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Clint Sintim Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: F52F8145-7509-4193-9ECA-F5DDBF9E4438
5B87157A-6E68-4559-B3DD-A63EF1F4537E
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University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Aaron Smith
C/O UVA Volleyball Office
P.O. Box 400851
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4851

Dear Aaron,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $136,260


Supplemental Wage $19,076
Annualized Total Compensation $155,336

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Aaron Smith Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: FB5CBADA-AB69-4508-9E4C-FC50179A5686
1FB48F0E-2E3F-4006-9633-C5DD3208CCC4
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Brad Soderberg
C/O UVA Men's Basketball Office
P.O. Box 400823
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4823

Dear Brad,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 9.42% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $305,609


Supplemental Wage $0
Annualized Total Compensation $305,609

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/4/2020


Brad Soderberg Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 96E4BA45-B8B8-4D16-86AC-1DFC8A41749D
5F9F03BA-7CA9-48D5-8FCD-7199DAB14D84
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University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Gina Suarez-Malaguti
C/O UVA Women’s Tennis Office
P.O. Box 400849
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4849

Dear Gina,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $74,624


Supplemental Wage $32,820
Annualized Total Compensation $107,444

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Gina Suarez-Malaguti Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: E663A23B-D1BC-4222-89BB-FD7D7ECD5DA4
4F85483D-1054-4CAA-BCAF-1B5E8E5B443B
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Meg Swab
C/O UVA Men's Basketball Office
P.O. Box 400823
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4823

Dear Meg,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 2.75% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $55,814


Annualized Total Compensation $55,814

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Meg Swab Carla Williams
DocuSign Envelope ID: 31B13523-4692-477D-A9D5-14FF404B1FB0
4681AC92-4283-4D7E-8E19-F327951751C2
9E5D89C5-2ECE-4CEE-BCF3-C5DC68227DFD

University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Steve Swanson
C/O UVA Women’s Soccer Office
P.O. Box 400847
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4847

Dear Steve,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/25/2020 until
12/24/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/25/2020 through 12/24/2020:

Base salary $209,500


Supplemental Wage $22,646
Annualized Total Compensation $232,146

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

• mandatory retirement plan


• disability insurance
• paid parental leave
• worker’s compensation
• life insurance
• accidental death and dismemberment insurance
• PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Steve Swanson Carla Williams
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University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Karleen Thompson
C/O UVA Women’s Basketball Office
P.O. Box 400827
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4827

Dear Karleen,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 4.79% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $196,076


Supplemental Wage $0
Annualized Total Compensation $196,076

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

• mandatory retirement plan


• disability insurance
• paid parental leave
• worker’s compensation
• life insurance
• accidental death and dismemberment insurance
• PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Karleen Thompson Carla Williams
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University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Tina Thompson
C/O UVA Women’s Basketball Office
P.O. Box 400827
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4827

Dear Tina,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 10.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $233,938


Supplemental Wage $267,150
Retirement Contribution $100,000
Annualized Total Compensation $601,088

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/4/2020


Tina Thompson Carla Williams
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University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Lars Tiffany
C/O UVA Men’s Lacrosse
P.O. Box 400840
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4840

Dear Lars,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 10.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $180,300


Supplemental Wage $95,068
Annualized Total Compensation $275,368

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/4/2020


Lars Tiffany Carla Williams
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University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Garett Tujague
C/O UVA Football Office
P.O. Box 400837
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4837

Dear Garett,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 9.52% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $330,257


Supplemental Wage $0
Annualized Total Compensation $330,257

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/4/2020


Garett Tujague Carla Williams
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University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Orlando Vandross
C/O UVA Men's Basketball Office
P.O. Box 400823
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4823

Dear Orlando,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 10.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $262,500


Supplemental Wage $750
Annualized Total Compensation $263,250

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

• mandatory retirement plan


• disability insurance
• paid parental leave
• worker’s compensation
• life insurance
• accidental death and dismemberment insurance
• PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Orlando Vandross Carla Williams
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University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Ted White
C/O UVA Administration Office
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4846

Dear Ted,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 10.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $153,000


Supplemental Wage $44,370
Annualized Total Compensation $197,370

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

• mandatory retirement plan


• disability insurance
• paid parental leave
• worker’s compensation
• life insurance
• accidental death and dismemberment insurance
• PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Ted White Carla Williams
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University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Brittney Whiteside
C/O UVA Administration Office
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4846

Dear Brittney,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $150,000


Supplemental Wage $21,000
Annualized Total Compensation $171,000

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Brittney Whiteside Carla Williams
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University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Ronnie Wideman
C/O UVA Men's Basketball Office
P.O. Box 400823
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4823

Dear Ronnie,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 5.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $144,389


Supplemental Wage $20,942
Annualized Total Compensation $165,331

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/5/2020


Ronnie Wideman Carla Williams
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University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Jess Wilk
C/O UVA Administration Office
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4846

Dear Jess,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 2.75% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $62,456


Annualized Total Compensation $62,456

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:


5/5/2020
_________________________________ __________________________________
Jess Wilk Carla Williams
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University of Virginia
Athletics Administration
P.O. Box 400846
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4846

May 4, 2020

Jason Williford
C/O UVA Men's Basketball Office
P.O. Box 400823
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4823

Dear Jason,

This letter documents your decision to opt into a voluntary agreement to reduce your compensation by 10.00% from 4/27/2020 until
12/20/2020.

Annualized total compensation effective 4/27/2020 through 12/20/2020:

Base salary $294,669


Supplemental Wage $26,181
Annualized Total Compensation $320,850

It is important to note that any adjustment to your base pay may have a corresponding adjustment to those benefits which are calculated
from the base salary. These may include:

 mandatory retirement plan


 disability insurance
 paid parental leave
 worker’s compensation
 life insurance
 accidental death and dismemberment insurance
 PTO cash-out upon separation

These adjustments will be handled centrally within our Administrative Services office and no action is necessary on your part. At the end of
the term listed above, the above-mentioned benefits will adjust back to previous levels based on the original salary.

This pay reduction is an attempt to adjust to the financial uncertainty caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. It is important to note that this
situation continues to evolve and may require change of course. If further action is necessary, all University policies continue to apply.

We appreciate your generosity and thank you for all that you are doing to help the University of Virginia during these difficult times.

Regards,

Carla Williams
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Programs

By my electronic signature, I am opting into this voluntary reduction in pay.

Employee Signature: Director of Athletics:

_________________________________ __________________________________ 5/4/2020


Jason Williford Carla Williams

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