NCAA student-athletes representing Indiana colleges and universities will participate in a community outreach initiative and celebrate their peers as part of National Student-Athlete Day Tuesday, March 31 at the NCAA national office in Indianapolis.
"The NCAA national office and our members are deeply committed to providing an inclusive environment for all our events. We are especially concerned about how this legislation could affect our student-athletes and employees. We will work...
The stage and podium in Christine Grant Ballroom in the NCAA national office wouldn’t suffice for Meg Stevens. She was to deliver the keynote for the 2015 NCAA Emerging Leaders Seminar and wanted to be at eye level with the some 220 aspiring athletics administrators. She chose to stay off the stage, and hit the floor.
It’s hard enough to win one NCAA championship, let alone six in a row. The Emory University women’s swimming and diving team has accepted the pressure that comes with it all, earning its sixth consecutive Division III title in Shenandoah, Texas.
Plattsburgh State University of New York defeated Elmira 3-2 in the championship final, avenging their only two losses of the season and capturing the Division III Women’s Hockey Championship. The win marked the Cardinals’ second-consecutive title and fourth in program history, the most in Division III women’s hockey.
All it took was a change of mentality to bring Columbia University-Barnard College’s fencing program back to its former glory as the Lions earned their first national championship since 1993 – a 22-year drought.
Longtime NCAA executive David Berst will retire from the Association this summer. Kevin Lennon, currently vice president for academic and membership affairs, will become the new vice president for Division I governance on Monday, April 6.
For the first time since 2007, the University of Colorado finished the NCAA Skiing Championships without an individual champion. However, that didn’t stop the Buffaloes from producing a supreme group effort as the team captured its 20th national championship overall and eighth NCAA title since the sport went coed in 1983.
March 19, 2015 Directors of Athletics -- Don Faulstick , Amherst interim director of athletics, has been selected to resume his current responsibilities and has been named the college’s director of athletics. As Amherst’s director of...
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and coach Pat Healy finally get over the hump after five second-place finishes in the Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships. They captured the 2015 national title.
Only last year’s West Virginia rifle team was more accurate than this spring’s Mountaineers, who came just three points short of matching their championship-record performance in 2014. And they needed every one of them.
Thanks to championship policy changes enacted last fall, Division III’s budget isn’t projected to incur deficits until the 2019-20 academic year. However, the Division III Strategic Planning and Finance Committee has its eyes fixed on problems that could arise down the road in hopes of avoiding the type of strain that accompanied last year’s budget changes.
March Madness is sweeping across the nation, and millions of fans are tuning in to watch the culmination of the Division I basketball season. However, the madness that dominates March in college sports extends far beyond men’s and women’s basketball.