Code of Conduct- Coaches and Assistant Coaches
Pineville Community Athletic Association - January 2024
In order to advance the principals of sportsmanship and fair play and to promote mutual respect among
players, coaches, referees and spectators the Pineville Community Athletic Association - PCAA has
established this "Code of Conduct" (hereafter referred to as "The Code").
The Code of Conduct shall govern the actions of coaches and assistant coaches. The Code is intended to
provide behavioral guidance and establish clear expectations for all involved. The Code was not
conceived to address every possible behavioral circumstance; however, it shall serve as the
Organization’s standard for behavioral evaluation.
It shall be the obligation of ALL program coaches and assistant coaches, to comply with the terms and
provisions of the Code of Conduct. Any person violating the Code shall be subject to administrative
action, up to and including termination of his/her privilege to participate in, or attend, any or all PCAA
Coaches and Assistant Coaches shall remain unconditionally supportive of the Organization’s
commitment to the ideals of good sportsmanship, team play, honesty, loyalty, courage and respect for
the game. Likewise, coaches shall remain sensitive to the physical and emotional well being of the
players on his/her team. In order to adhere to these doctrines the coaches and assistant coaches agree
• Coaches will be positive role models.
• Coaches will display and instill in their players the principals of good sportsmanship and team play.
• Coaches will conduct themselves in a manner that best serves the interests of the players.
• Coaches will do their best to provide the players a positive & fun experience.
• Coaches will ensure that winning and/or losing teams do so in a manner, which exhibits respect and
good sportsmanship. Coaches will treat all players, parents, spectators, opposing coaches, league officials and referees with
• Any Physical contact in an aggressive manner, Profanity, Verbal abuse, Obscene gestures will not be
• Coaches will provide instruction in a manner that is constructive and supportive.
• Coaches will not ridicule or demean players, other coaches or referees.
• The Head Coach Only may initiate discussions with an umpire in a civil manner. Under NO Circumstances will a coach yell or storm the field at a umpire.
• Coaches will not tolerate behavior that endangers the health or well-being of a child.
• Coaches will comply with the decisions of league officials and observe all rules, policy and procedure
as established or endorsed by the PCAA
• Coaches will teach the game ofbaseball to the best of their ability.