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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...


nbc
April 22, 2022

NBC Sports Teams Up with Notre Dame, Temple, & Vanderbilt for NIL Deal

NBC Sports has launched ‘NBC Sports Athlete Direct,’ a platform linking college student-athletes and advertisers through a trusted marketplace, enabling student-athletes to monetize their name, image, and likeness (NIL). NBC Sports Athlete Dir...


maner park
April 22, 2022

LCU Softball Facility Re-Named to Maner Park

The Lubbock Christian University softball facility has undergone several upgrades and enhancements over the past six seasons, and the LCU Athletic Department is announcing that the facility will change names to honor supporters Otis and Faye Maner. B...


April 22, 2022

Kansas State Adds Baier as Strength & Conditioning Coach

First-year Kansas State head coach Jerome Tang continued the work of building out his coaching staff on Thursday (April 21) with the addition of Phil Baier as strength and conditioning coach. Baier arrives at K-State after spending the last th...


vitello
April 22, 2022

Vitello Takes Part in ‘Chest Bumps for Charity’ Event

A University of Tennessee fraternity used the suspension of baseball coach Tony Vitello for chest-bumping an umpire as a chance to raise money last week for an organization serving active military members and veterans. Vitello offered a chest bump ...


vitello
April 19, 2022

Tennessee Baseball Coach Suspended 4 Games for Bumping Umpire

University of Tennessee head baseball coach Tony Vitello has been suspended for four games. Vitello, who was ejected in the Volunteers’ 9-2 win over Alabama Saturday night, was given a four-game suspension by the NCAA after being thrown out by t...


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...


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 ...