Board adopts tougher, more efficient enforcement program

By Gary Brown The Division I Board of Directors today adopted an overhauled enforcement structure that creates additional levels of infractions, hastens the investigation process and ratchets up penalties for the most egregious violations...

Q&A with Oregon State President Ed Ray

As the working group reviewed the current enforcement structure and contemplated desired outcomes from a revised approach, what common themes emerged about what needed to change? First, it was clear we needed to have stiffer and more...

Sandy strands St. Cloud State women’s hockey team

By Greg Johnson The St. Cloud State women’s hockey team left for a routine weekend series at Providence last Friday. Four days later, the experience is anything but routine. Sandy, the super storm that is wreaking havoc on the eastern...

San Jose's historic feet

50 years ago, San Jose State became the first integrated team to win the Division I cross country title.

NCAA Statement on Hurricane Sandy

“The NCAA is actively working with member institutions in the wide path of Hurricane Sandy to ensure that the needs of student-athletes are met before, during and after the storm. Our top priority is the safety of our student-athletes and...

DIII/NASPA pilot offers online tool to combat alcohol abuse

By Kat Krtnick NCAA.org The partnership between Division III and NASPA (Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education) has taken an important step forward with the development of an online resource to help reduce the consequences of...

Schellenberg sisters find perfect fit at Belmont Abbey

By Greg Johnson NCAA.org The name “Schellenberg” is all over the statistical sheet this fall for the Belmont Abbey women’s volleyball team. Sisters Kay, Lydia and Hannah Schellenberg are making the most of their one season together in the...

DII single-year ASR drops by a point; four-year average is constant

By David Pickle A drop in graduation rates for two- and four-year transfers led to a small decline for the entering class of 2005 in the latest Division II Academic Success Rate. The overall Division II ASR for the 2005 cohort was 72...

DIII graduation rates reflect student athlete success

By Gary Brown Data from the third year of Division III’s voluntary academic reporting program released Thursday once again demonstrate that student-athletes in general graduate at higher rates than their student-body peers. Of the 128...

Emmert, O’Brien address Division II FAR Fellows Institute

By Josh Looney NCAA President Mark Emmert and West Texas A&M President Pat O’Brien recently shared their strong affinities for the active role faculty athletics representatives play on NCAA campuses. Emmert, who spent more than 30...

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