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Champion Forum a pathway for minority coaches

Eight college football assistant and associate head coaches with aspirations to become a head coach attended the annual Champion Forum.

Women’s basketball makes history during Final Four

It was a record-setting weekend, both on and off the court, at the 2016 Women’s Final Four hosted in Indianapolis, as well as for the entire NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship. The University of Connecticut Huskies won a...

The Voice They Found Was Never Lost

The football program’s black athletes felt it was time to take a stand. They were upset about discriminatory treatment and threatened to boycott. Their voices were joined by others on campus, amplifying the protest. Soon, sweeping changes came to the university, improving staff diversity and promoting inclusive values.

University of Washington women’s golf coach cited for misconduct at championships

UW women’s golf coach gets reprimand from DI women’s golf committee.

Campus commitment needed to prevent academic misconduct

When Fort Lewis College President Dene Kay Thomas was an English graduate student teaching freshman composition, the future Division II Presidents Council member had her first encounter with academic misconduct by a college athlete. The experience colored her perception of athletics for years.

Catastrophic injury reporting requirement starts Aug. 1

Beginning on Aug. 1, all NCAA member schools will be required to report any catastrophic injuries incurred by their student-athletes, a mandate that supports a new comprehensive and accurate structure for tracking those injuries.

Sweet spot in Seattle

Champion Digital | By Gary Brown Someday, University of Washington golfer Cheng-Tsung Pan is going pro in … well, sports. But not right now. He’s too busy getting schooled in the collegiate model. “It takes a lot of effort to combine being...

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