The Aurora University athletic department has announced a partnership with NOCAP Sports, a premiere service in aiding collegiate student-athletes in enhancing their opportunities in the Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) market.
NOCAP Sports is a platform that provides resources for student-athletes to work with brands and enable them to form comprehensive and successful partnerships. Student-athletes can join the platform free of charge, create their profile and become eligible to build their brand.
“We are excited to partner with NOCAP to provide opportunities for AU student-athletes to capitalize on their name, image and likeness,” said Vice President for Athletics Jim Hamad. “The possibilities are endless for Spartan student-athletes and NOCAP Sports serves as a valuable resource for student-athletes to secure partnerships, while following important compliance measures.”
Every AU student-athlete can create a profile on the marketplace, which they can customize and promote to fans on their personal social media channels. Spartan student-athletes will have the ability to review opportunities and agree to deals that will allow them to capitalize on their name, image and likeness.
“We are excited to have Aurora University join NOCAP to provide their student-athletes with the tools needed to make the most of their NIL,” said Nicholas Lord, the CEO of NOCAP Sports. “We believe division III athletes have a big opportunity with NIL and it is great to see Aurora believing that, too.”
Fans and brands who would like to begin partnering with student-athletes on NIL deals should visit the AU marketplace.
About NOCAP Sports
NOCAP Sports was Co-Founded by Nicholas Lord, a former entrepreneurial student-athlete, Casey Floyd, former Director of Compliance at the University of Michigan, and Stan Golubtsov, former Fortune 500 Chief Technology Officer.
NOCAP Sports is a comprehensive NIL platform that provides every athlete regardless of school, sport, level or background, equal access to the best technology, resources and NIL opportunities to succeed in the NIL era.