One student-athlete, two current head coaches, four Division I staff members and three members of the public with significant men’s basketball experience will form the newly created Division I Men’s Basketball Competition Committee, which will report directly to the Men’s Basketball Oversight Committee in an advisory role.
USA Basketball and the NCAA today announced that beginning in 2017, all coaches and event operators participating in NCAA certified basketball events need to obtain a USA Basketball Gold Coach License. “This is an important step for USA...
A former University of Notre Dame student athletic trainer violated NCAA ethical conduct rules when she committed academic misconduct for two football student-athletes and provided six other football student-athletes with impermissible academic extra benefits.
Thirty-two American students have been selected as Rhodes Scholars, receiving what is widely considered the most elite award and scholarship for international study. Of those students, two are current NCAA student-athletes.
November 22 Presidents and chancellors — Ray M. Keck was named permanent president of Texas A&M-Commerce after serving as interim president since June … B. James Dawson will retire as president of Lincoln Memorial at the end of the...
The Division II Legislation Committee last week launched a review of the division’s rules on organized outside competition, a set of regulations that exists to ensure competitive balance among student-athletes.
NCAA Division II today announced a slate of 27 regular-season men’s and women’s basketball games that will be carried on either the American Sports Network or ESPN3. Any games streaming live on ESPN3 also will be accessible on WatchESPN and the ESPN app.
Southern University lacked institutional control when it failed to monitor its eligibility certification process, did not properly apply financial aid rules and did not comply with Committee on Academic Progress penalties
After nearly two years of work, a plan to develop a training program that helps Division III schools maintain positive game environments – including appropriate fan behavior – has received initial approval for funding.
Thomas More College failed to monitor its women’s basketball program when it did not identify and report a women’s basketball student-athlete living impermissibly with a former assistant women’s basketball coach
Rhonda Lundin Bennett, senior associate athletics director and senior woman administrator at the University of Nevada, Reno, will serve as the next chair of the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship Sport Committee during the 2017-18 academic year.
Tickets to preliminary rounds of the 2017 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday, based on the local time of each host city. Fans wishing to buy tickets to the First Four, first- and second-round games...
As an NCAA pilot program permitting international membership approaches the end of its 10-year window, the Division II Presidents Council last week affirmed its support for the program and its hope that international membership will continue to be possible in Division II.
For the first time, a portion of Division I revenue will be distributed to member schools based on the academic achievement of student-athletes. The change, approved by both the Division I Board of Directors and the NCAA’s Board of Governors, will begin with the 2019-20 academic year.
A commission appointed by the NCAA’s highest-ranking board gathered Tuesday in a daylong meeting aimed at establishing the commission’s role as the NCAA works to combat sexual violence on college campuses.
The NCAA has announced a variety of ticket options for the upcoming Division I Women’s Basketball Championship, with individual all-session tickets for the 2017 NCAA Women’s Final Four in Dallas going on sale Friday to the general public.
A former Alabama State University head softball coach did not promote an atmosphere for compliance when she allowed student-athletes to participate in countable athletically related activity in excess of what NCAA rules allow