Communications

Denison did not monitor financial aid process

Download the report. From 2008-09 through 2012-13, Denison University awarded 24 student-athletes impermissible financial aid when it considered athletics participation when determining financial aid packages, according to findings by the...

Wisconsin-Superior failed to monitor scholarship program

DIII Committee on Infractions issues its summary disposition decision for University of Wisconsin, Superior

DII announces 2014 football television schedule

NCAA Division II and CBS Sports Network have announced their regular-season television schedule for the 2014 football season.

NCAA reacts to EA settlement

First, under no circumstances will we allow the proposed agreement between EA and plaintiff’s lawyers to negatively impact the eligibility of any student-athlete…not one will miss a practice or a game if this settlement is approved by the...

BYU’s Holmoe to replace Zaninovich on DI Men’s Basketball Committee

Tom Holmoe, BYU AD, to replace Jamie Zaninovich in the West Coast Conference position for the next two years as Zaninovich leaves for the Pac-12 Conference.

NCAA recognizes Division I academic achievement

Highlights Six of the 2013-14 National Champion teams have been awarded Public Recognition Awards. University of Georgia women’s swimming and diving University of Colorado men’s cross country University of Connecticut women’s field hockey...

Likeness case proceeds to a jury trial

Statement by Donald Remy, NCAA chief legal officer. Today, a federal court in Oakland, California rejected motions by both sides in the O’Bannon litigation that would end the case short of trial. The court said a jury, not the judge,...

NCAA Men’s Final Four brings record number fans to North Texas, leaves lasting impact

The 2014 NCAA Division I Men’s Final Four set an all-time attendance record and saw record-breaking online and television viewership for both semifinal games on Saturday, April 5. The two-session Final Four attendance totaled 158,682 fans...

Division III student-athletes continue academic success

Division III student-athletes continue to graduate at higher rates than their peers in the student-body, according to the most recent NCAA Academic Success Rate data.

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