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ncaa sports

bloomsburg
September 24, 2020

Bloomsburg U Athletics’ 40-Year Plan

College athletics is a dog-eat-dog environment.   The recruiting game features an ongoing arms race from facilities and amenities to scholarships and promises of a career upon graduation. How can an institution differentiate itself and offer som...


diversity
August 25, 2020

Survey Shows New England Athletic Departments Lack Diversity

Collegiate athletic departments in New England appear to have a diversity issue on its hands. According to a recent survey conducted by The Boston Globe, only five of the 112 colleges and universities in the region, employed a Black athletic direc...


fall sports
July 20, 2020

A-10, CAA Join Other Leagues In Forgoing Fall Sports

Five more college conferences announced its cancellation of the fall sports season late last week. Shortly after the Ivy League and Patriot League — two NCAA Division I conferences — announced its moves to forgo the fall sports season, the Atl...


ivy
July 10, 2020

Ivy League, Big 10 Make Headlines with Big Decisions

Two NCAA Division 1 conferences made some bold decisions this week in regards to its plans for athletics amid the COVID-19 pandemic. On Wednesday, July 8, the Ivy League — consisting of Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Penn, Cornell, Dartmouth, Brown, ...


ncaa
May 26, 2020

NCAA to allow student-athletes to resume activities June 1

Collegiate student-athletes across the country rejoice! The NCAA Division 1 Council announced that all student-athletes can resume voluntary activities in their respective sports starting June 1. The decision came on May 22 — two days after the ...


covid-19 pandemic
May 20, 2020

Colleges cut sports programs due to COVID-19 pandemic

As Woodard and Bernstein once were suggested, always follow the money. And as it pertains to COVID-19 pandemic and the current landscape of the NCAA, the same is also true. The NCAA canceled all winter and spring sports 10 weeks ago, including the...


california
May 14, 2020

California Collegiate Athletic Association suspends NCAA games for fall

While universities and colleges in Texas and schools from the Southeastern Conference push forward with plans for a collegiate fall sports season, California has taken a very different approach. On May 12, the California Collegiate Athletic Associ...


title ix
May 8, 2020

New Title IX regulations set to take place Aug. 14

The U.S. Department of Education announced new federal regulations on Wednesday, May 6, that promises to bolster Title IX sexual misconduct investigations. The new regulations will change how colleges must respond to sexual assault and harassment ...