Former Ohio Dominican assistant football coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules

A former Ohio Dominican assistant football coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules and jeopardized student-athlete well-being when he directed student-athletes to use a banned substance.

NCAA statement on Senate working group

“The NCAA, its member schools and conferences are committed to enhancing our rules while providing the best educational and athletic experience for our student-athletes. We know that continuing our modernization of rules will require some...

2020 Women's Final Four Records

For questions or updates to the 2020 Women's Final Four Records, please email Rick Nixon ( rnixon@ncaa.org ). Full Book By Section: Women's Final Four The Preliminary Rounds The Tournament The Coaches Pre-NCAA Statistical Leaders and AIAW...

Membership Resources on Name, Image and Likeness

The NCAA national office is committed to keeping membership informed on name, image and likeness matters. Please see below for division-specific information. Membership Working Groups Informational Webinar Content Division I – Nov. 2019...

Appeals committee upholds Missouri infractions penalties

The University of Missouri must implement the postseason bans, scholarship reductions and recruiting restrictions prescribed by the NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions

NCAA student-athletes named 2020 Rhodes Scholars

One former and one current NCAA student-athlete are among 32 students elected to the American Rhodes Scholar Class of 2020, receiving what is considered the most elite award and scholarship for international study.

Mind Matters Challenge Executive Statements

The NCAA-DoD Mind Matters Challenge, part of the NCAA and U.S. Department of Defense Grand Alliance partnership, is an education and research grand challenge aimed at changing important concussion safety behaviors. Overall Goal. Increase...

Ten basketball conferences allowed to experiment with electronic devices during league games

The NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Rules committees have approved the waiver requests from 10 conferences, permitting the use of electronically transmitted data to the bench for coaching purposes during the 2019-20 season.

Arrington Class Settlement Information

The final approval and effective date of the Arrington class settlement agreement for the medical monitoring portion of Arrington v. NCAA was November 18, 2019. The agreement has implications for NCAA member schools and their concussion-...

Christian Brothers University head tennis coach provided impermissible benefits

The Christian Brothers University head men’s and women’s tennis coach provided impermissible benefits to an international prospect on two separate trips to the university

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