Championships

Committee decides women's basketball championship dates

The Division I Women’s Basketball Oversight Committee has confirmed the playing dates for the 2016 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship and beyond, while game times for the 2016 Divisions II and III national championships are also finalized.

AlumNation will launch at the 2016 Women’s Final Four

The AlumNation experience brings together many of the great homecoming traditions into one ticket package. As part of AlumNation, former players will receive tickets to all of the Divisions I, II and III games during the Women’s Final Four to create the best alumni section in women’s basketball history.

CBS Sports Network to televise Division II basketball semifinals through 2024

The NCAA and CBS Sports Network have agreed to renew the network’s contract for covering the Division II men’s and women’s basketball semifinals, in addition to the women’s basketball final, through 2024.

Men’s Lacrosse Rules Committee comfortable with state of game

The NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Rules Committee reviewed all aspects of the sport and set its agenda for future discussion items at its annual meeting held Tuesday and Wednesday in Indianapolis. Most notably, the committee’s annual rules survey indicated wide support for the changes made in the previous cycle to encourage a faster pace of play.

In-game video use in softball to be allowed on an experimental basis

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved a request from the NCAA Softball Rules Committee to allow teams to review video and access information entered into electronic equipment during competition as an experimental rule for fall 2015 and fall 2016.

NCAA’s newest championship will be called beach volleyball

The NCAA’s 90th championship will be called beach volleyball. The committee that oversees the sport made the decision June 23, after thoroughly discussing what the sport should be known as during a conference call.

Emory keeps tradition rolling

It’s hard enough to win one NCAA championship, let alone six in a row. The Emory University women’s swimming and diving team has accepted the pressure that comes with it all, earning its  sixth consecutive Division III title in Shenandoah, Texas.

Making the madness happen

Inside a squat brown brick building in a suburban neighborhood in the middle of America, 17 travel consultants – most of them wearing telephone headsets, peering into multiple computer screens and tapping on keyboards – worked into the early hours of Monday morning booking dozens of plane flights that will move teams into position for the first stops of competition in the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship.

Wrestling with a deadline

J Robinson, Minnesota wrestling coach for 29 years, explains the pressures of preparing a team to reach the ultimate goal.

Never thrown off course

Jecel Klotz took two years off to have her son, get married and rehab from a knee injury, then came back stronger than ever.

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