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NCAA conferences and independent schools have nominated 142 female student-athletes for the 2016 Woman of the Year.
Earlier this year, Division III Student-Athlete Advisory Committee members made educating their peers on mental health issues a priority.
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Cities interested in hosting future NCAA championships are being asked to specifically outline how they will protect participants and spectators from discrimination.
The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved a recommendation to define what constitutes a regular-season competition in track and field.
The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved changing three-second violations back to major fouls for the 2017 women’s lacrosse season.
A trio of key proposals, endorsed this week by the Management Council, appear to be bound for a membership vote at the 2017 NCAA Convention.
From eligibility to drug testing to host sites, the thinking behind NCAA standards.
The NCAA Men’s and Women’s Ice Hockey Rules Committee tabled a five-minute, four-on-four overtime format rules change proposal that would have been required for all NCAA regular-season games.
Rules committee recommends making video replay a permanent rule in the regular season for schools that choose to implement it in the 2017 season.
Home courts are a point of pride for colleges, but teams in New York often have to find creative solutions for practice and competition.
At Rochester, the team with the longest standing on campus has been attempting to defeat its opposition with words for more than 150 years.
For a little more than a year, the Division III Diversity and Inclusion Working Group has reviewed critical issues related to the lack of ethnic and gender diversity within Division III athletics.
In May, Julio Luevano graduated with a bachelor’s degree in exercise science and fitness. His schedule – like his future – is now wide open.
NCAA research data show only 29 percent of Division III athletics directors are female, and a mere 6 percent are ethnic minorities.
Mark Veilleux went without a good night’s rest for more than 20 years as he tended to his ailing son.
Dominating on the court, on the field or in the pool simply isn’t enough to earn one Division III conference’s presidents’ cup.
Steve Scott, the cross country coach at California State University, San Marcos, missed the 1980 Olympics due to the U.S. boycott.
A few months ago, Jordan Redmond found herself working with special needs students in Kenya.
Chuck Gordon spent 13 years as director of athletics at Emory. In one sport, though, another Gordon left behind a record-breaking legacy.