Date of Award
Doctor of Education
R. Eric Platt
Siegfried, Emanuel Kenneth. Ed.D. The University of Memphis. December 2019. Enhancing the Female Student-Athlete Satisfaction at an NCAA Division I Limited-Resource Institution. Major Professor: Donna Menke, Ph.D.This study conducted a quantitative analysis on pre-recorded secondary data from a student-athlete survey previously conducted at East Valley University (UVU). There were 734 participants in the study with 330 being male and 404 being female student-athletes. A comparative between group design was used. The first research question examined was to what degree do males and females differ in satisfaction with their coaches, equity of athletics-related resources, and athletic-related facilities. The second research question examined to what degree do females differ between the type of sport they play and their level of satisfaction with coaches, equity of athletic-related resources, and athletic-related facilities. The final research question examined to what degree does student-athlete satisfaction differ by years of survey with coaches, equity of athletic-related resources, and athletic-related facilities at a Division I institution with limited resources. The data analysis for all three research questions was a multiple analysis of variance (MANOVA). Post-hoc, univariate testing was also utilized when the MANOVA was found to be statistically significant at p
Dissertation or thesis originally submitted to ProQuest
Siegfried, Emanuel Kenneth, "Enhancing the Female Student-Athlete Satisfaction at an NCAA Division I Limited-Resource Institution" (2019). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 2779.