NCAA announces sites for relocated championships

The Association opened the bid process for the championships following an August decision by its Board of Governors to relocate events originally awarded to cities in North Carolina.

Paul Krebs appointed to Division I Men’s Basketball

Paul Krebs, the vice president for athletics at the University of New Mexico has been appointed to the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee, effective immediately.

Adrian ice hockey receives public reprimand and suspensions

Adrian College has received a public reprimand and suspensions after misconduct by the head coach and select student-athletes, which included an altercation, at this year’s NCAA Division III Men’s Ice Hockey Championship quarterfinals in Adrian, Michigan.

NCAA reopens bid process for 7 championships

The NCAA has reopened its bid process after a decision by the Board of Governors this week to relocate the competitions originally awarded to North Carolina.

Championships per diem to increase

To address rising costs and continue to support student-athletes, the NCAA is increasing reimbursements for travel to Division I and National Collegiate championships.

One to Watch: Ginny Thrasher

Ginny Thrasher’s breakout freshman season at West Virginia – during which she shot alongside four Mountaineers seniors at the NCAA championships – set the table for an even bigger opportunity in Rio.

NCAA and Lowe’s leave lasting legacy

Lowe’s and NCAA Team Works brought smiles to the faces of many in championship host cities this past season.

Women’s basketball makes history during Final Four

It was a record-setting weekend, both on and off the court, at the 2016 Women’s Final Four hosted in Indianapolis, as well as for the entire NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship. The University of Connecticut Huskies won a...

DIII committee recommends modest championships expansion

As many Division III sports continue to grow, their championships are legislated to follow suit. Rather than impede more championship opportunities for student-athletes, a DIII committee is working to find ways to fund them.

NCAA Division II announces national showcase television package with American Sports Network

NCAA Division II and Sinclair Networks Group have reached a three-year agreement to televise national showcase athletic events across the country on the American Sports Network. The package includes at least 11 regular-season football games and at least 18 women’s and men’s basketball games spread throughout Division II’s 320 schools and 24 conferences.


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