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Division II Timeline

1973 August : At a Special Convention, the NCAA membership votes to reorganize from its previous university/college division structure into Divisions I, II and III. November : The first Division II championship is conducted in cross...

History of Division II

Division II was officially christened in 1973 when NCAA members at a Special Convention that summer voted to establish three divisions for athletics competition. Before then, NCAA schools were classified as either “university” or “college...

Trouble with Lists and Tables

Lists: Supposing we have an article or news story the has a part organized as such (this is happens): First, I would like to say something rather long-winded. It begins with a thought that I think I think, or at least I thought I thought...

Military Appreciation Night

Ever since Clint Bryant startedthe Military Appreciation Night at Augusta State a quarter-century ago, the event has increasingly become a community celebration. This season, 100 local Army recruits were sworn in Feb. 8 to the cheers of 3,...

NCAA Core Values

The Association - through its member institutions, conferences and national office staff - shares a belief in and commitment to: The collegiate model of athletics in which students participate as an avocation, balancing their academic,...

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The Three D's

Discover Division III student-athletes are encouraged to pursue their interests and passions beyond the classroom and field of play…to discover themselves. Develop Division III institutions provide an environment that encourages student-...

Frequently-Asked Questions About the NCAA

The following information provides answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the NCAA. Read the most popular answers about the NCAA or select a category to learn more about specific issues in college sports. Find basic...

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