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council
May 23, 2022

DI Council Lifts Football Signing, Initial Counter Limits for Two Years

NCAA Division I football teams will not have annual signing and initial counter limits for the next two academic years, the Division I Council decided last week. Members issued a blanket waiver to allow Football Bowl Subdivision schools to award...


asu
May 23, 2022

ASU Says Coyotes Can Paint Logo on Ice Arena

Following a report last week that stated the Arizona Coyotes will not be allowed to modify the look of the ice surface at Arizona State University's (ASU) multipurpose facility, Sun Devils officials spoke with AZCentral to set the record straight. ...


oklahoma
May 23, 2022

Oklahoma Board of Regents Discussion Facility Upgrades

The Oklahoma University Board of Regents considered a number of athletic facilities improvements during its meeting last week. Funding for the redevelopment of the Bud Wilkinson House updates to Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, and suite re...


boosters
May 10, 2022

NCAA Updates NIL Guidance to Schools to Remove Boosters from Recruiting Process

The NCAA Division I Board of Directors on Monday issued guidance to schools regarding the intersection between recruiting activities and the name, image, and likeness (NIL) environment. Board members emphasized continued support for the ability of...


rewire
May 4, 2022

Rewire Fitness Launches First-to-Market Neuro Performance Mobile Platform for Athletes

Rewire Fitness announced the launch of its first-to-market neuro performance mobile platform designed to holistically quantify athlete readiness, build mental resilience, and improve mind/body recovery. To further elevate the athlete experience, Rewi...


northwood
May 4, 2022

Northwood University eSports Athlete Turns Pro

Northwood University’s Varsity Overwatch team has found many successes over the past two years, most of which can be attributed to the hard work of its players. But one player has stood out: Landon McGee. Hailing from Jupiter, Florida, this Nort...


georgia
May 4, 2022

Georgia Tech Gets OK on New Performance Center

The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia (USG) recently approved Georgia Tech athletics’ plan to construct a new state-of-the-art student-athlete performance center project. The 115,000-square-foot facility, funded through Athletics...


southern
May 4, 2022

Georgia Southern Announces Indoor Practice Facility

The Georgia Southern Athletics Department has released plans for a $12.3 million Anthony P. Tippins Family Indoor Practice Facility to be built adjacent to Allen E. Paulson Stadium that will serve all 17 NCAA-sponsored athletic programs. The transfor...