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NSAA approves shot clock, additional girls wrestling class, new executive director

LINCOLN, NEBRASKA (KCAU) – The Nebraska School Athletic Association (NSAA) held its April board meeting on Thursday morning, approving some major changes to its administration and sports for next season regarding high school basketball and girls wrestling.

With a vote of 6-2, all basketball classes will now have a 35-second shot clock starting next season. Class A adopted a shot clock two seasons ago while Class B followed suite this past season.

Additionally, girls high school wrestling will implement a second class next season, with the board voting 8-0 to add a Class B for the sport.

On the administrative side, Jennifer Schwartz is named the new NSAA executive director. Schwartz elevated from her interim tag, a role she held since December of 2022. The board voted 6-2 to award her a two-year contract.

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