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Division I charts new course

Autonomy conferences will vote; Council, Committee on Academics and new board will begin their work.

Dear committee chair

As Division I transitions into its new governance structure this month, the chairs of the highest-profile groups within the old structure will make way for new leadership on the new Division I Board of Directors, Council and Committee on Academics. With years of experience to draw from, these four leaders offer words of wisdom to the new recruits.

A festival atmosphere

Bring six national championships together in one weekend festival – which took place in Division II for the eighth time in December – and the impactful moments multiply.

Points of impact

The NCAA has unveiled a new initiative designed to call attention to the community service projects taking place throughout the national office.

NCAA Insider notes

A roundup of the latest developments in NCAA governance, infractions, playing rules changes and other actions.

Student-athletes seek their voice

If approved at the NCAA Convention, two Division II proposals would enhance the student-athlete voice by providing SAAC with new voting privileges.

ADs key to restructuring success

Last year a group of athletics directors sat before the Division I Board of Directors and told the presidents that ADs should be an integral part of any new governance structure they devise. A year later, they’ve gotten what they wanted.

DIII student-athletes want to sign, too

High school students heading into Division III want to be recognized in their communities for competing at the college level. Soon, they might be.

UConn wins on court, in classroom

The UConn men’s basketball team went from tournament ineligibility for academic reasons to winning the championship while earning a perfect single-year Academic Progress Rate. Here’s how.

Community, championships come together in Division II

This was the first year Division II hosted community engagement events at each of its championship events.

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