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NCAA awards 2019-22 DI outdoor track and field championships

The NCAA has announced the host sites for the Division I Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships for the years 2019-22. The University of Texas at Austin will serve as the host site for the 2019 and 2020 championships while the event returns to the University of Oregon for 2021 and 2022.

NCAA awards $100,000 in grants to 5 research teams

Five research teams will receive a total of $100,000 through the NCAA Innovations in Research and Practice Grant Program, designed to enhance college athletes' mental health and well-being.

Coach Me if You Can

Olympics-seasoned college coaches share their games strategies before Rio.

SAAC reveals time demands survey results at Division I Issues Forum

Throughout Division I, those who work in college athletics are asking questions about how student-athletes spend their time – and whether the demands of sports allow adequate time for coursework, sleep and a chance to just be college students. This week at the NCAA Convention in San Antonio, Division I schools and conferences began getting some initial feedback from a constituency that knows this issue well: college athletes themselves.

Moving up the podium

Last year, the University of Texas at Austin fell 51 points shy of a national championship, trailing only the University of California-Berkeley. So the Longhorns spent a year thinking about those 51 points and how to close that gap. They did more than just that – Texas dominated the rest of the field.

A Rush of Energy

LaDainian Tomlinson owned the day on a north Texas afternoon 15 years ago.

Whole New Ballgame

Alum returns to Colorado State to fill a new athletics role few schools have

Kabongo suspended for unethical conduct, accepting benefits

University of Texas basketball student-athlete Myck Kabongo, who accepted impermissible benefits and then provided false statements about the situation, must sit out 23 games, according to the appeal decision today by the Division I...

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