The Today’s Top 10 award recognizes former student-athletes for their successes on the field, in the classroom and in the community. Recipients completed their athletics eligibility during the 2013-14 academic year and will be recognized at the Honors Celebration during the NCAA Convention in Washington, D.C.
The NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Committee has selected nine cities that will share in the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship hosting duties for regional play in 2016, 2017 and 2018.
Bellarmine University and the Louisville Sports Commission will welcome more than 1,100 student-athletes to its city when it hosts the NCAA Division II National Championships Fall Festival in Louisville, Dec. 4-6. Tickets will be available for purchase at the venues the week of the event. For additional event information, please visit www.ncaa.com/diifestival .
Less than 72 hours after announcing future Final Four sites, the Division I Men’s Basketball Committee paved the Road to the Final Four by announcing preliminary round hosts for the 2016-2018 championships.
Statement from NCAA Chief Legal Officer Donald Remy : "Today's filing demonstrates why the appellate court should overturn the O'Bannon decision. As many courts have upheld, the NCAA and its members should be allowed to govern college...
November 26, 2014 Directors of Athletics -- Indiana University of Pennsylvania has appointed Steve Roach , the school’s associate athletic director, to serve as the interim athletic director for the university upon Frank Condino 's...
Debate and thorough consideration is central in any organization, and that clearly is reflected in the selectively released emails. The national office staff routinely provides information and counsel to the membership on tough issues. The...
The University of Alaska Fairbanks lacked control over, and failed to monitor, its athletics program. From 2007-08 through 2011-12, the university did not properly certify the eligibility of 40 student-athletes, resulting in student-athletes competing while ineligible. Nine of the student-athletes participated in Division I men’s ice hockey, while the other 31 were student-athletes in eight of the university’s nine Division II sports programs
Over five academic years, the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff failed to monitor and control the administration of its athletics program. The university wrongly certified 124 student-athletes for competition, including nine student-athletes that competed before the NCAA Eligibility Center certified their amateur status. The university learned of deficiencies in its eligibility certification process in 2009, but failed to correct the deficiencies, which allowed ineligible student-athletes to continue to compete until 2012.
At its last meeting before the NCAA Convention convenes in January, the Division III Presidents Council reviewed the division’s graduation rates, including the Academic Success Rate data, and discussed how members can use that information to continue to improve the rates.
The University of Alaska Anchorage must reduce the number of avail-able women’s basketball scholarships by 0.74 from the allowable max-imum of 10 scholarships, according to a decision released by the NCAA Division II Infractions Appeals Committee
The Division I Board of Directors will ask each Division I conference to submit a more diverse list of candidates for the Council, board members decided Thursday after reviewing the initial slate of nominees submitted for the group.
The latest episode of The #WhyD3 Show features a multisport student-athlete at DeSales University tending to Haitians in need of medical care along with other stories from Division III institutions about student-athletes making an impact on their campuses and in their communities.
Todd Gurley, University of Georgia football student-athlete, must sit a total of four games, or 30 percent of the season, for accepting more than $3,000 in cash from multiple individuals for autographed memorabilia and other items over two years.
More student-athletes than ever are earning degrees at Division I schools. The most recent Graduation Success Rate data, collected for student-athletes who entered college in 2007, shows 84 percent graduated within six years.
“Nothing I did the past four years I came up with my own. I learned it by watching all the wonderful women in my life. While I in no way, shape or form feel deserving of this award, I’m more than happy to accept it on their behalf.” –...
“Today a United States District Court judge issued a temporary restraining order to stop New Jersey’s renewed efforts to legalize wagering on professional and amateur athletics events. A new law that would allow for sports wagering to...