download the decision Henderson State University did not monitor its women’s basketball program to assure it was in compliance with NCAA tryout and recruiting rules, according to a decision issued by the Division II Committee on...
The NCAA will provide $70 million for concussion testing and diagnosis of current and former NCAA student-athletes as a part of its agreement to settle claims in several consolidated concussion-related class actions.
The Division II Management Council tabled a proposal that would require national certification of any designated strength and conditioning coaches, with the intent of bringing forward a new recommendation after further research.
More than 120 NCAA female student-athletes representing multiple sports across NCAA Divisions I, II and III have been selected as 2014 Woman of the Year honorees by their athletics conferences and by independent schools.
The NCAA Baseball Rules Committee recommended that umpires be allowed to conference to confirm or overturn an original call as to whether a fielder made a catch on a ball hit into the outfield during their July 14-16 meeting. If approved, the rule would take effect next year.
The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved a modification July 16 in field hockey that allows players to play the ball above shoulder height, provided the stick does not put other players in danger.
The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel during a conference call on Wednesday approved an experimental rule for the use of a new softball during fall 2014 competition. The ball is softer but livelier than the softball now used in NCAA championships.
A July 12 editorial states that recently released National Collegiate Athletic Association guidelines are “An Inadequate Response to Concussions.” These guidelines address medical care for college student-athletes and concussion diagnosis...
The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel during a conference call on Wednesday approved an experimental rule for the 2014 fall non-traditional season that requires the attacking team to keep the ball below or inside the 30-yard restraining line.
The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel during a conference call on Wednesday approved to add the word “Flagrantly” to the men’s and women’s track and field rules pertaining to when a competitor should be in violation of impeding a runner.