Five research teams will receive a total of $100,000 through the NCAA Innovations in Research and Practice Grant Program, designed to enhance college athletes’ psychosocial well-being and mental health.
Feb. 10 Presidents and chancellors — Wheeling Jesuit named Debra Townsley interim president. Townsley most recently served five years as president of William Peace. Athletics directors — Bryan Maggard , who spent the past 21 years in...
Eleven NCAA Division I conferences and the NCAA agreed to create a nearly $208.7 million fund for the benefit of current and former NCAA Division I basketball and Football Bowl Subdivision football student-athletes to settle the monetary...
The NCAA Division I Infractions Appeals Committee upheld the NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions panel’s finding that a former University of Southern Mississippi head men’s basketball coach acted unethically.
Jan. 27 Athletics director — Lander named Brian Reese athletics director. Reese most recently was executive director of athletics at Presbyterian … Greg Byrne , vice president for athletics at Arizona since 2010, will become the new...
Division II delegates passed three changes to Division II financial aid legislation – along with 15 other proposals – at Saturday’s Division II business session at the NCAA Convention in Nashville, Tennessee.
After significant debates before and throughout the 2017 NCAA Convention, a proposal to permit graduate students to participate in athletics at the Division III institution of their choice was defeated in a membership vote.
Emphasizing a theme that has woven through the NCAA Convention this week in Nashville, Tennessee, a panel of speakers from the Division II membership Friday discussed diversity and inclusion on college campuses and shared their personal stories before hundreds of athletics administrators, college presidents and student-athletes who gathered for the Division II Keynote Session.
When Grant Hill graduated from Duke University, he left with lifelong friendships, experiences with faculty members who made an impact on his life, and four years of learning in what he calls “The Classroom of K.” When Grant Hill graduated...
A proposal that would permit graduate students to participate in athletics at the Division III school of their choice took center stage amid a series of wide-ranging discussions at Friday’s Division III Issues Forum.
Representatives from Division I colleges and universities gathered Thursday at the Division I Issues Forum at the NCAA Convention in Nashville, Tennessee, to review legislative proposals and provide feedback on them before the Division I Council considers them in April.
Members of the Division I Competition Oversight Committee revealed some preliminary long-term strategic planning for the championships they oversee during a menu session Thursday at the NCAA Convention.
In the State of the Association address at the Opening Business Session of the 2017 NCAA Convention, President Mark Emmert reminded delegates that the ability to push intercollegiate athletics forward will depend on being diligent about academics, student-athlete health and well-being and fairness.
The newly released NCAA football practice guidelines again sparked lengthy discussion at the Division II level Thursday, as members of the Division II Presidents Council deliberated on actions they may need to take as a committee and as leaders on their individual campuses to implement the health and safety best practices.
The Division I Board of Directors reaffirmed the current requirements for membership in Division I, including gender equity, sport sponsorship and academic support requirements. The board met Thursday in conjunction with the 2017 NCAA Convention in Nashville.
On the heels of the release of new NCAA football practice guidelines, the Division II Management Council on Wednesday discussed next steps the division might take to ensure schools are able to follow the latest health and safety recommendations.
During its quarterly meeting at the NCAA Convention in Nashville, Tennessee, the NCAA Board of Governors approved the formation of a new association-wide committee made up of Student-Athlete Advisory Committee representatives from all three divisions to discuss issues that impact athletes at all levels of the Association.
Student-athletes in Division I will be able to more easily pursue internships and study abroad opportunities after the Division I Council on Wednesday adopted new legislation providing additional flexibility in eligibility rules.
After reviewing survey results from the membership, through which almost 80 percent of Division I conferences felt the tournament should not change its format, the Division I Women’s Basketball Oversight Committee on Tuesday decided it will instead focus on ways to enhance the championship.
This year’s legislative slate features proposals that could change the way financial aid is calculated, address academic misconduct, athletics medical care and the structure of the nonchampionship segment in Division II sports.