Kimball brothers rock stage and field

By Zak Keefer NCAA.org The seven young men often spend their weeknights crammed into a recording studio in Pittsburgh, their legs still stiff from a two-hour trek in the car. The sacrifice is unique – sometimes they’ll be there past two in...

DI student-athlete selects top-10 Michigan engineering over senior year on the court

By Marta Lawrence NCAA.org Last season, junior guard Jay Shunnar averaged 5.6 points in 20 starts for Toledo’s basketball team. As the only returning senior, Shunnar was poised to be a big contributor and a team leader in his final season...

Soccer panel adds teeth to card system

By Gary Brown The NCAA Men’s and Women’s Soccer Rules Committee has authorized a card repository system that will provide an official record of men’s and women’s players in all three divisions who are required to miss games because of...

Men’s basketball committee hopes to grow First Four tradition

By Greg Johnson Dayton, Ohio – In its second year of existence, the First Four is finding its niche amidst March Madness. This year’s version received a boost from two remarkable comebacks on opening night, with Brigham Young rallying from...

Iona point guard hangs tough in defeat

By Greg Johnson NCAA.org As part of a series, NCAA.org reporter Greg Johnson followed the Iona Gaels through their experience in the NCAA First Four. After the final seconds ticked off on an improbable defeat that ended his college...

Road-tested Iona ready for First Four tilt with Brigham Young

By Greg Johnson NCAA.org As part of a series, NCAA.org reporter Greg Johnson is following the Iona Gaels through their experience in the NCAA First Four. If any team can handle a hectic road trip, it is Iona. Travelling was an absolute for...

Iona coach applies old-school tactics to college game

By Greg Johnson NCAA.org As part of a series, NCAA.org reporter Greg Johnson is following the Iona Gaels through their experience in the NCAA First Four. There was a time seven years ago that Tim Cluess thought he was never going to coach...

NCAA grant funds concussion study

The NCAA is providing a $400,000 grant to the National Sport Concussion Outcomes Study Consortium to examine the effects of head injuries in contact and noncontact sports in both genders through the course of a college career. The...

NCAA grant funds concussion study

By Brian Hendrickson The NCAA is providing a $400,000 grant to the National Sport Concussion Outcomes Study Consortium to examine the effects of head injuries in contact and noncontact sports in both genders through the course of a college...

UNC receives postseason ban, scholarship reductions

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill is responsible for multiple violations, including academic fraud, impermissible agent benefits, ineligible participation and a failure to monitor its football program, according to the decision...

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