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Lizzy Crist named 2017 NCAA Woman of the Year

Lizzy Crist, a biomedical engineering graduate and former women’s soccer standout at Washington U. in St. Louis, was named the 2017 NCAA Woman of the Year at a dinner in Indianapolis on Sunday.

A Commemorative Clash

On a Saturday morning in November, a horse-drawn carriage will carry a trophy down West Monroe Street.

Answering a Different Call

When Abby McCollum appeared in a 2014 issue of Champion, she was a four-sport athlete at Detroit Mercy.

2 NCAA student-athletes named 2017 Rhodes Scholars

Thirty-two American students have been selected as Rhodes Scholars, receiving what is widely considered the most elite award and scholarship for international study. Of those students, two are current NCAA student-athletes.

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.

Finding Her Way

A few months ago, Jordan Redmond found herself working with special needs students in Kenya.

Thoughts into Action

Schools in the five autonomy conferences, and in other conferences that have adopted it, can now provide student-athletes with financial aid that exceeds the cost of a basic scholarship, up to the federally defined full cost of attendance.

Committee recommends Division III dues increases

The proposal to raise membership dues in Division III has gained momentum. On a June 22 conference call, the Division III Strategic Planning and Finance Committee formally proposed raising annual dues for member institutions from $900 to $2,000 and from $450 to $1,000 for conferences.

Rules committee recommends moving women’s basketball games to four-quarter format

NCAA women’s basketball games could be played in four 10-minute quarters next season. The NCAA Women’s Basketball Rules Committee recommended the proposal following its meeting May 12-15 in Indianapolis.

Academics group focuses on misconduct issues

At its meeting April 15-17 in Indianapolis, the NCAA Division I Committee on Academics continued discussions about academic misconduct issues, focusing on questions that both clarify and distinguish the NCAA’s role.

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