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osu
November 3, 2021

OSU MBB’s Appeal Rejected; Banned for 2022 Tournament

The NCAA rejected Oklahoma State's appeal of a postseason ban ruling from 2021 — upholding the initial punishment, according to a report from CBS Sports on Wednesday. That means the Cowboys men's basketball team will remain ineligible for the 2022 ...


suny
November 3, 2021

SUNY Cortland Upgrades Athletic Training Facility

A recently completed facility renovation will benefit SUNY Cortland’s athletic training program by providing state-of-art space for a discipline that bridges the university’s strong reputation in academics and athletics. The $1 million project...


gameplan
November 3, 2021

Baseball Leading Technology, GamePlan, Continues to Roll

On the heels of a series of successful launches and new deals at last year’s MLB Winter Meetings, GamePlan continues its dominance as the most helpful tool for baseball clubs at every level. GamePlan, powered by Stack Sports, the largest and fa...


ncaa
November 3, 2021

NCAA Suspends All-American for NIL Violations Prior to New Rule

One of college basketball's biggest names will not appear in the first three games of the season due to prior violations of the former name, image, and likeness (NIL) policy of the NCAA. Kofi Cockburn, the University of Illinois junior center and ...


murray
November 3, 2021

Murray State Improves Men’s Golf Facilities

The Murray State Athletics Facility Master Plan is being advanced for Racer men's golf both on campus and at their home venue, Miller Memorial Golf Course. Today we take a look at the vision for the future of men's golf facilities at Murray State....


cockiness
November 3, 2021

The Difference Between Confidence & Cockiness

If confidence bolsters sports performance, does cockiness vault performance to a higher level? The confidence versus cockiness debate has endured for decades. Cockiness is often equated with supreme confidence. In the sporting world, several terms...


rhode-island
November 3, 2021

Former Rhode Island Basketball Coach Investigated for Naked Body Evaluations

A middle school basketball coach from Rhode Island is on administrative leave and under investigation after being accused of performing "fat tests" on naked or nearly naked student-athletes. According to an investigative report from WPRI-TV, forme...


uab
November 2, 2021

UAB Forms New Traditions in Protective Stadium

It had been nearly a year since the University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB) football team played a home game. In fact, it was 344 days. The fight for a new stadium has been ongoing for far longer — for decades to be more specific.  Though the ba...


referee shortage
October 26, 2021

NFHS Cites Referee Shortage in US as ‘Crisis Level’

Since taking on the position of the executive director of the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS), Dr. Karissa Niehoff has penned op-eds on issues surrounding high school athletics. So when the ever-growing referee shortag...


oregon
October 25, 2021

Oregon Unveils Plan for Energy Efficient Indoor Practice Facility

The University of Oregon has just released plans for a 170,000 square-foot indoor practice facility to be built just west of Autzen Stadium, between Leo Harris Parkway and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Current plans call for the facility to be...