8 positive COVID cases out of 9,100 tests as March Madness starts in Indy

As of Thursday morning, eight positive COVID-19 cases have been identified out of more than 9,100 tests so far for Tier 1, 2 and 3 individuals at the Division I Men’s Basketball Championship in Indiana. This includes only one additional positive since testing numbers were shared Wednesday.

DI Competition Oversight Committee approves replacement policy

The Division I Competition Oversight Committee on Wednesday approved a replacement policy for team and individual/team spring championships and the remaining fall championships that were moved to the spring semester of the 2020-21 academic calendar.

DI Council discusses return to recruiting

The Division I Council launched a discussion of a return to recruiting activities, and the group intends to vote on a return to recruiting during its April meeting. Division I has been in a recruiting dead period since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020.

7 positive COVID-19 tests so far out of 6,900 for March Madness in Indy

As of Wednesday morning, seven positive COVID-19 cases have been identified out of more than 6,900 completed tests for Tier 1, 2 and 3 individuals at the Division I Men’s Basketball Championship in Indiana.

DIII spring championship plans move forward in most sports based on participation numbers

The Division III Championships Committee reviewed the spring championships declaration data at its meeting Wednesday.

Nearly all March Madness teams have arrived in Indy

Nearly every team — 67 of 68 — selected to the Division I Men’s Basketball Championship has arrived in Indianapolis, NCAA Senior Vice President of Basketball Dan Gavitt said Tuesday morning. Virginia is expected to arrive in time for its first-round game Saturday.

Meet five former student-athletes featured in NCAA “Careers” spot

Before the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted the world, an architect, a cardiac electrophysiologist, a preschool owner and director, a motivational speaker and author, and a university president traveled to New York City to reflect on an experience they shared: college athletics.

Gavitt provides March Madness updates

NCAA Senior Vice President for Basketball Dan Gavitt provided COVID-19 testing updates, among others, and answered questions related to the operations of Division I Men’s Basketball Championship Monday morning.

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