NCAA reopens bid process for 7 championships

The NCAA has reopened its bid process after a decision by the Board of Governors this week to relocate the competitions originally awarded to North Carolina.

NCAA to relocate championships from North Carolina for 2016-17

Based on the NCAA's commitment to fairness and inclusion, the Association will relocate all seven previously awarded championship events from North Carolina during the 2016-17 academic year. The NCAA Board of Governors made this decision...

2017 NCAA Baseball Records Books

For questions or updates to the 2016 Baseball Records, please contact Jeff Williams ( ) or Sean Straziscar ( ). Division I Records Division II Records Division III Records Coaching Records 2016...

Panel approves regular-season baseball replay rule

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved a proposal that allows conferences and schools to implement the video replay rule.

Campbell did not monitor its eligibility certification process

Campbell University failed to monitor the eligibility certification of transfer student-athletes

Baseball replay rule recommended for regular season

Rules committee recommends making video replay a permanent rule in the regular season for schools that choose to implement it in the 2017 season.

DIII contest exemptions discussed

The concept of standardizing contest exemptions across all sports in Division III has garnered more support.

2016 Baseball Tournament Statistics and Records

Division I 2016 Championship Recap 2016 Championship Tournament Statistics All-Time Championship Tournament Records and Results (through 2016 Championship) Division II 2016 Championship Recap 2016 Championship Tournament...

X Ambassadors to headline College World Series opening ceremonies

X Ambassadors, an emerging indie rock band, will entertain the crowd and the eight competing teams June 17 at the 2016 NCAA College World Series opening ceremonies.

Spitting Image

In 2015, an NCAA tobacco use survey asked more than 1,300 college baseball coaches and umpires whether spit tobacco was a problem for the sport. About 67 percent of coaches said they rarely or never see their players use it.


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