In more than 40 years since Title IX was passed, NCAA schools have seen rapid growth in the participation of women in sports at every level, including growth in participation and scholarships available for female student-athletes and an increase in female administrators and coaches. Learn more about the contributions of women to college sports and to celebrate their achievements.
“The NCAA and the co-defendant member conferences filed their response in support of their motion to dismiss the Jenkins , Alston and related cases. The filing outlines the flaws and implausibility of the plaintiffs’ case. Under the...
The Division II Championships Committee recommended allocating more than $800,000 of the championships budget to fulfill requests intended to increase participation opportunities for student-athletes and improve their championships experience.
In an excerpt from the Sports Science Institute’s guide to mental health, “Mind, Body and Sport,” University of South Carolina athletic trainer Rachel Sharpe looks at the challenges of addressing mental health in college sports.