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Blueprint Behind the Promise

Two-thirds of NCAA campus and conference leaders have pledged their commitment to promoting diversity and gender equity in college athletics.

Border Crossing

Not long after the NCAA opened the doors for international membership, Division II became the first division to walk through them.

Grad School Dilemma

Should students who have graduated and have remaining eligibility be permitted to play at the Division III school of their choice?

Forward Thinking

Champion recently reached out to Presidential Forum chair Kay Norton to ask her to explain the group’s goals.

Maintaining Momentum

The NCAA Board of Governors approved the formation of a permanent subcommittee to address issues of diversity and inclusion in hiring practices.

Talking Openly

Last year, representatives from the Division III Commissioners Association met with the Division III Presidents Council to raise an issue.

Connecting the Coaches

With more than 3,700 people serving as head coaches, the coaching constituency is far and away the largest group in Division II other than student-athletes.

Joining the Discussion

The evolving management of three highly visible sports in the new Division I governance structure is starting to become clearer.

Give a Little RESPECT

Simple acts of good sportsmanship are key to the success of college sports.

Simpler Is Better

Flip halfway through Division II’s rules manual and you’ll find a chapter that has drawn more questions and confusion than most legislation.

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