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title ix
April 14, 2022

On Title IX’s 50th Anniversary, Equity in Resources Still a Work in Progress

The year 2022 marks the 50th anniversary of Title IX in the NCAA. And while it's helped break the glass ceiling of what women in athletics can accomplish. While there will be plenty to celebrate come June, at least one former NCAA Division I athle...


consortium
April 13, 2022

NFHS Holds Officials Consortium This Week

Leaders from more than 50 sports organizations have descended on Indianapolis this week to discuss the recruitment and retention of officials during the first-ever NFHS Officials Consortium at the Conrad Hotel. A recent survey of state high ...


academic
April 8, 2022

Six Percent of FBS Schools Have Plans to Provide Academic Bonuses

Less than two years after the NCAA was forced by a federal judge to allow schools to pay each of their athletes up to $5,980 per year as a reward for academic performance, only 22 of 130 FBS-level schools say they have a plan in place to do so. A ...


ohsaa
April 7, 2022

OHSAA Member Schools to Vote on NIL Options for Student-Athletes

It took less than a year for the Name, Image, and Likeness rules of the NCAA to be argued for adoption at the high school level. While collegiate student-athletes have been able to earn money around the country through things like sponsorships and...


toledo
April 6, 2022

Parents, Players Attack Youth Basketball Referee in Georgia

Georgia police are conducting an investigation after a youth basketball referee was attacked by a group of young basketball players over the weekend. The alleged Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) basketball game took place inside a church athletic faci...


track and field
April 5, 2022

Florida HS Track and Field Athlete May Sue Following Sucker Punch

According to multiple reports, the Florida high school track and field runner who was caught on film being run down from behind and sucker-punched during a race last week is considering pressing charges or filing a lawsuit against the student-athlete...


fanatics
April 4, 2022

Emmert on NCAA’s NIL Wild West: “A Real Short Window”

Ahead of the Final Four matchups over the weekend, NCAA president Mark Emmert spoke with reporters about the state of the organization — particularly surrounding the uniformity of Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) rules that were approved last year. ...


ASU
April 4, 2022

ASU Appoints Naming Rights to New Multipurpose Arena

Arizona State University (ASU) announced a multi-year naming rights partnership with Mountain America Credit Union to name its new on-campus ice rink the Mountain America Community Iceplex. ASU’s new 5,000-seat multipurpose arena will open in fa...


william & mary
April 1, 2022

William & Mary Raises $1.1M for New Athletics Complex

Since its inception one year ago, the All In campaign for William & Mary Athletics has elevated the university’s ability to build community, ensure equity, increase annual giving, and move closer to the $55-million fundraising goal. Today mar...


5G
April 1, 2022

Study Confirms 5G Viability at Athletic Stadiums

The 5G VISTA project aims to see the use of 5G technologies to deepen audience engagement, broaden content for fans and create valuable new commercial opportunities. It is based on technologies such as 5G New Radio, enhanced mobile broadband, a...