Massachusetts Boston men’s soccer receives public reprimand

Penalties related to misconduct by student-athletes who were competing in the second round of the Division III Men’s Soccer Championship.

Susan Robinson Fruchtl
Susan Robinson Fruchtl: Coaching the future

Former Penn State women’s basketball player, now administrator, guides student-athletes as they pursue their dreams.

The Record: March 2017

March 21, 2017 Presidents and chancellors — Christopher Ames, provost at Shepherd, was named president of The Sage Colleges. Ames will assume his post July 1 … University of Texas at San Antonio President Ricardo Romo is retiring. Pedro...

Seattle Pacific did not monitor former head women’s soccer coach

Seattle Pacific did not monitor its former head women’s soccer coach and his operation of the university’s women’s soccer camps

Former Southeast Missouri State assistant coach arranged academic misconduct

A former Southeast Missouri State assistant men’s basketball coach acted unethically when he arranged fraudulent academic credit for a prospect, provided false or misleading information to the NCAA enforcement staff and university, and failed to cooperate during the investigation

Hawaii men’s basketball eligible for postseason after Committee on Infractions reconsideration

The University of Hawaii, Manoa, will not have to serve a men’s basketball postseason ban

The Record: February 2017

February 24 Presidents and chancellors — Jennifer Frum was named interim president of Armstrong State. Frum has served as vice president for public service and outreach at Georgia. Athletics directors — Boston College Director of Athletics...

The Record: January 2017

Jan. 27 Athletics director — Lander named Brian Reese athletics director. Reese most recently was executive director of athletics at Presbyterian … Greg Byrne , vice president for athletics at Arizona since 2010, will become the new...

Remembering 9/11

On the 15th anniversary of September 11, 2001, we look back at how the tragedies affected college athletics.

NCAA files Supreme Court petition, opposes plaintiffs’ filing

“As with many cases before the U.S. Supreme Court for potential review, this matter simply concerns the proper interpretation of law. For different reasons, both the NCAA and Ed O’Bannon believe the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals used...


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