Convention attendance gives SCAC student-athletes a lasting impression

Eighteen student-athletes from schools in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference broadened their experiences by participating at the 2012 NCAA Convention in Indianapolis last week. Made possible through the NCAA Division III Strategic...

NCAA drug-use study shows large majority have not used banned drugs

By Brian Hendrickson A newly released NCAA report of student athletes’ drug and alcohol habits shows a continued decline in usage of some drugs and an overwhelming majority of athletes who have never used banned substances. The NCAA’s...

Neumann University cited for financial aid violations

Neumann University committed major violations in its men’s and women’s ice hockey programs, according to findings by the NCAA Division III Committee on Infractions. Neumann’s violations include awarding the majority of international...

Morrisville State College commits financial aid violations

Morrisville State College committed major violations in its men’s ice hockey program, according to findings by the NCAA Division III Committee on Infractions. Morrisville State’s violations include inconsistent financial aid packaging...

New members begin DIII Council terms

By Gary Brown New members began terms on the Division III Presidents and Management Councils with the close of the 2012 Convention. The Presidents Council welcomed Pamela Reid, president at St. Joseph College (Connecticut), and Erik...

Latest report shows uptick in equitable budget allocations

By Gary Brown NCAA.org A new NCAA report on athletics finances by gender shows a commitment from NCAA schools to providing more resources to women’s teams. While men’s sports continue to generate more revenue and demand a greater share of...

Division III carves out future agenda at Convention

By Gary Brown NCAA.org Division III enjoyed a productive four days at the 2012 NCAA Convention last week in Indianapolis, completing initiatives begun a year ago and setting direction for the year ahead. Here are the highlights:...

Sickle cell testing proposal referred in Division III

By GaryBrown Division III delegates at Saturday’s 2012 Convention business session referred a proposal to require sickle cell testing back to the NCAA Committee on Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sports for further review...

Text messaging adopted in Division III

By Gary Brown Division III loosened the communication reins in recruiting when delegates approved a proposal to deregulate text messaging at the 2012 NCAA Convention business session on Saturday. Effective immediately, text messaging will...

DII alters conference membership regulations, liberalizes recruiting legislation

By David Pickle The Division II membership demonstrated its flexibility for new ways of doing business during its Convention business session Saturday – and it did so without a twist. The strong consensus over Division II legislation and...

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