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These North Carolina Central student-athletes got the right start in college, and now they’re at the finish line

A summer bridge program that serves incoming college athletes who need it most has reached the four-year mark. For Eagles athletics administrators, that means one important thing: It’s graduation time.

The NCAA and its schools are rushing to adapt to a Supreme Court decision that expands legal sports betting

With states rapidly joining the action, athletics officials face new challenges to protect the welfare of student-athletes and the integrity of competition.

A Gridiron Milestone

College football celebrates 150th anniversary this season.

New board members learn the NCAA’s ins and outs

When NCAA members voted in January to add five new independent directors to the Board of Governors, an obvious question emerged.

College quarterback loves his roles as a star of stage and turf

Whenever Zach Fogel needs a reminder not to take off for Broadway, he reads a note he left to himself on his phone titled “Why I Play Football.”

Continued Quest for Balance

The Division II motto, “life in the balance,” resonates with people, and has served Division II well for many years.

College athletics can’t drop its defenses as sports wagering becomes accepted

Within a single offseason, what was viewed by many as a grimy, shadowy industry became an acceptable, if not admired, opportunity. That wasn’t merely surprising — it was an earth-shaking, worldview-shifting moment.

A year after fatal overdose, former student-athlete remembered for her fortitude

It’s that ability to square up to hardships and forge meaningful bonds that those who knew Jackie Jamaleddine during her time in college say they now miss most.

Williams makes do with makeshift practice spots en route to national title

Triple jumpers practiced approaches on a raised runway built in the wrestling venue. Pole vaulters rehearsed runups there, too.


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