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NCAA Statement on Gonzalez-Cleaver Bill

“We value the bipartisan nature of U.S. Reps. Gonzalez and Cleaver to again collaborate across party lines and sponsor legislation to support student-athletes. Their House bill will strengthen the college athlete experience and support the...

Joint statement from women’s basketball committees on gender equity review

As the NCAA conducts its external review of gender equity issues in connection with the NCAA and with a focus on NCAA championships, the Women’s Basketball Committee and Women’s Basketball Oversight Committee will lead and assist in that...

Statement on Indianapolis FedEx shooting

The NCAA National Office is heartbroken over the tragic and senseless mass shooting that took place in our community last night at the FedEx facility. This latest horrible incident of gun violence, and the pain and suffering it has caused...

NCAA statement on U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments

We are grateful to the Court for the opportunity to present our case. Today, we believe we demonstrated why, under antitrust laws, the NCAA should have ample latitude to ensure college sports are played by student-athletes and not paid professionals.

NCAA statement on loss of Oscar Frayer

“We join the Grand Canyon University community in mourning the tragic loss of Oscar Frayer. While still a young man, he had already accomplished so much and was a light to many. Sports fans everywhere were fortunate to watch him play the...

External equity review of all championships announced

“The NCAA will continue to aggressively address material and impactful differences between the Division I Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships. While many of the operational issues identified have been resolved, we must continue to...

Statement from the Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Committee

“The NCAA and the Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Committee regret that, because of COVID-19 protocols, Notre Dame’s student-athletes and coaching staff will not be able to play in a tournament in which they earned the right to participate...

Statement from Division I Men’s Basketball Committee

The NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee has declared the VCU-Oregon game scheduled for Saturday night at Indiana Farmers Coliseum a no-contest because of COVID-19 protocols.

NCAA statement on respondents’ brief in Alston

“Respondents’ brief challenges an argument that the NCAA is not making, nor has ever made, namely that the NCAA seeks antitrust immunity. Indeed, the NCAA has always known that its rules are subject to antitrust review. But as Supreme...

Basketball Committees Make Statement Regarding Conference Tournaments

The NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Basketball Committees have provided flexibility this season for conferences to possibly adjust their automatic qualifier policy for the 2021 Championship. Due to the challenges presented by the...

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