Every January, NCAA members travel from campuses and conferences around the country to gather at the NCAA Convention. It is the venue where representatives from NCAA schools and conferences gather to vote on rule changes, large and small,...
Division II members will vote on eight proposals at their business session Saturday in San Antonio. This year’s business session is the first that will include a Division II student-athlete vote – the result of legislation adopted at last year’s Convention. The Division II Student-Athlete Advisory Committee will cast one vote on each proposal on behalf of their peers.
Twenty-three senior-level athletics administrators, committed to becoming directors of athletics, have been selected by a committee from the NCAA membership to participate in the 2016 NCAA Pathway Program, a yearlong experiential learning opportunity.
During its Dec. 13-15 meeting in Indianapolis, the NCAA Committee on Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sports recommended changes to the Association’s nutritional supplement legislation – which classifies what types of supplements institutions are permitted to provide student-athletes – by removing the restriction on protein content.
NCAA Division II and Sinclair Networks Group have reached a three-year agreement to televise national showcase athletic events across the country on the American Sports Network. The package includes at least 11 regular-season football games and at least 18 women’s and men’s basketball games spread throughout Division II’s 320 schools and 24 conferences.
Twenty-two schools and three conferences have been named finalists for the 2016 Division II Award of Excellence, an accolade recognizing positive initiatives taken on in 2015. Each finalist – one representing each Division II conference...
Download the report of the Division II Infractions Appeals Committee concerning the University of Alaska Fairbanks . INDIANAPOLIS – The University of Alaska Fairbanks women’s basketball and women’s swimming teams must serve a one-year...
The Division I Women’s Basketball Oversight Committee has confirmed the playing dates for the 2016 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship and beyond, while game times for the 2016 Divisions II and III national championships are also finalized.
The AlumNation experience brings together many of the great homecoming traditions into one ticket package. As part of AlumNation, former players will receive tickets to all of the Divisions I, II and III games during the Women’s Final Four to create the best alumni section in women’s basketball history.
As a former college athletics administrator and now the president of a search firm, Betsy Alden has long worked to support the interests of ethnic minorities and other underrepresented populations. For her outstanding efforts, an NCAA committee is recognizing Alden as its Champion of Diversity and Inclusion for the winter quarter.
Named in recognition of Gerald Ford, the 38th U.S. president and a member of two University of Michigan national-championship football teams, the award honors an individual who has provided significant leadership as an advocate for college sports.
The six education challenge winners were announced in July 2015 and have received funding to develop compelling educational platforms that will be presented at a Feb. 5 event. Each winner has been awarded a $25,000 cash prize as well as a $75,000 production budget to develop their planned product.
December 9, 2015 Athletics directors -- Allen Greene , a senior athletics administrator who has played a key role in elevating the University at Buffalo’s athletics profile nationally, was promoted to director of athletics. Greene, 38,...
The Inspiration Award is presented to a coach or administrator currently associated with intercollegiate athletics, or to a current or former varsity letter-winner at an NCAA institution. It is reserved for people who, when confronted with life-altering situations, used perseverance, dedication and determination to overcome their trauma.
Stevan Savich went from a standout football player at the University of Indianapolis to a successful businessman in the banking industry. His experiences on the football field, as well as in the classroom while earning his economics degree, helped him obtain a career with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.