Despite a recommendation from the Committee on Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sports that each division cease testing at championships for street drugs such as marijuana, the Division III Management Council voted to reject the recommendation.
Michael Gorman spent half of his winter break as many college basketball players do: visiting with his parents, his sister and foster brother at his childhood home on the edge of Lawrence, Massachusetts. He spent the other half with a different family
In recent years, students with disabilities have sued their high schools to create more access to varsity athletics, opening new doors in states across the country. It was only a matter of time before they started seeking out the same opportunities in college.
Eric Roberts can eloquently describe every feeling he went through from December through late February – the pain of traumatic injury, relief of recovery, the tightened connection with his team, the pain of losing a friend and all the discovery that came with it.
On Friday, after Lauren Hill lost her battle with an inoperable form of pediatric brain cancer, hundreds of Mount St. Joseph students, friends, faculty members, coaches and administrators gathered in her honor.
More than 200 NCAA student-athletes representing all sports and various campus academic departments are meeting in Orlando this week for the annual NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum. The conference will be held April 9-12.
“Lauren Hill’s bravery, enthusiasm and strength were an inspiration not only to those who knew her best but also to the millions of people she touched around the world by sharing her story. Lauren achieved a lasting and meaningful legacy,...
NCAA student-athletes representing Indiana colleges and universities participated in a community outreach initiative and celebrated their peers who have excelled academically, athletically and in their communities.
“We are very pleased the Indiana legislature is taking action to amend Senate Bill 101 so that it is clear individuals cannot be discriminated against. NCAA core values call for an environment that is inclusive and non-discriminatory for...
Thomas More College was determined not to let history repeat itself. Last year, the Saints were 31-0 heading into the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament. Then star player Sydney Moss tore her ACL. Then the Saints lost by 16 and were sent home. This season, Moss returned to the court on a surgically-repaired knee, hoping to guide her teammates to the perfect season her injury had cost them. She did.
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.