2013 NCAA Convention

Council approves women’s basketball recruiting model

By Michelle Brutlag Hosick The Division I Leadership Council approved a new women’s basketball recruiting model that will go to the Board of Directors for consideration Saturday. Women’s basketball recruiting concepts • Eliminate all...

Emmert urges values-based approach in speech

By Gary Brown NCAA President Mark Emmert kept his foot on the reform pedal Thursday by urging a standing-room-only crowd of delegates at the Convention’s opening business session to adopt a principled approach to balance what he called the...

Shaquille O’Neal to speak at NCAA Convention

Shaquille O’Neal will be the featured speaker at 2013 NCAA Convention Keynote Luncheon on January 16 in Grapevine, Tex. O’Neal, a two-time, first-team All-American and college basketball player of the year at Louisiana State University,...

Paralympian to speak at NCAA Convention

Paralympic downhill skiing medalist Bonnie St. John will be the featured speaker at the 2013 NCAA Convention Association Luncheon on Jan. 17 in Grapevine, Texas. St. John won a silver and two bronze medals at the 1984 Winter Paralympics,...

Dungy to receive Roosevelt Award at NCAA Convention

By Greg Johnson Tony Dungy has always believed in a balanced approach in life. While he excelled in football during his college days at Minnesota, won a Super Bowl ring as a defensive back with the Pittsburgh Steelers and later become a...

NCAA selects Today’s Top 10 for 2013

The NCAA has selected 10 extraordinary student-athletes who will be honored in January as the Today’s Top 10 Award winners. The NCAA Today’s Top 10 Award recognizes student-athletes who completed their athletics eligibility during the 2011...

NCAA award winner inspired to serve

Kutztown's David Borden to be honored at NCAA Convention

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