Football

Men's basketball, FBS football grad rates highest ever

By Erik Christianson Division I men’s basketball and Bowl Subdivision football student-athletes are finishing their college degrees at their highest rates ever. And for the first time, the graduation rates in both high-profile sports have...

NCAA award winner inspired to serve

Kutztown's David Borden to be honored at NCAA Convention

Boise State University scholarship reduction unchanged

The Division I Committee on Infractions stands by its original decision that Boise State University must reduce the number of football scholarships by three for two more years. The decision was made after this penalty, which was appealed...

Through flames for a friend

Hampden-Sydney's Kirk Rohle to receive NCAA Award of Valor for his heroic act

Brasfield, Tjeerdsma to head DII ‘Coaches Connection’ pilot

By David Pickle When Division II considers future policy or legislation changes, football and women’s volleyball coaches will discover they have key advocates who can understand and articulate their points of view. Those sports are...

Division II honors ninth year of sponsorship with Make-A-Wish

By Courtney Cronin Two institutions held true to Division II’s “Life in the Balance” sentiment during a rivalry weekend in which the focus shifted from football to unifying in support of a cause that grants the wishes of children with life...

Former long-snapper Lewis now calling the plays

By Brian Burnsed NCAA.org Mark Lewis wasn’t fast enough, but that never slowed him down. The son of a coach, Lewis spent the fall Saturdays of his formative years roaming college football sidelines across the country. He knew speed. He...

Illinois College failed to monitor its athletics program; coach cited for unethical conduct

Illinois College failed to monitor its athletics program and the head football coach was cited for unethical conduct for providing false information, according to findings by the NCAA Division III Committee on Infractions. The three...

Three Division I championships to expand

Women’s rowing is one of three Division I sports whose championship brackets will expand in 2013. In August, the NCAA Executive Committee approved a budget that included a recommendation from the Division I Championships/Sport Management...

Rules changes will affect fall sports

By Greg Johnson As NCAA teams prepare to start in-season competition this fall, fans will see several rules changes in football, men’s and women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, field hockey, and men’s water polo. Each of those sport’s rules...

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