Title IX

chsaa
May 1, 2024

CHSAA adds girls flag football, shot clock in basketball

The Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) made two big changes to its athletic offerings in upcoming years. The CHSAA Legislative Council approved the addition of girls' flag football as a sanctioned sport and decided to add a shot c...


mental health
April 24, 2024

Study: Sports play critical role in promoting girls’ mental health

As the nation continues to grapple with a youth mental health crisis, the Women’s Sports Foundation (WSF) – one of the first organizations to recognize the powerful connection between sports, equity, and society – released its latest research...


osaa
April 23, 2024

OSAA defends gender policy regarding trans student-athletes

In response to a letter from women lawmakers, including Rep. Bobby Levy, the Oregon High School Activities Association (OSAA) has come out defending its gender policy in high school athletics. A letter was sent to the OSAA encouraging the organiza...


naia
April 9, 2024

NAIA unanimously votes to ban trans athletes from women’s sports

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced a policy that bans transgender athletes from partaking in women's athletics. At its annual conference meeting earlier this week, the NAIA Council of Presidents unanimously vote...


trans
February 26, 2024

New York county bans trans women from competing in women’s sports

A New York county executive announced late last week that he will use an executive order to ban transgender athletes from competing in women's sports. Bruce Blakeman, the Nassau County executive, issued the executive order that states sports leagu...


nebraska
February 20, 2024

Former Nebraska women’s basketball player sues coaches, A.D.

The University of Nebraska head women's basketball coach and assistant coach, athletic director, and the Board of Regents are at the center of a federal lawsuit filed by a former player. Ashley Scoggins has accused A.D. Trev Alberts of failing to ...


superintendent
February 5, 2024

CA superintendent placed on leave after allegations of harassment towards softball team

A California superintendent was placed on leave last week—nearly a year after she allegedly bullied members of a girls' high school softball team for not applauding loud enough for her daughter during a ceremony. The Poway Unified School Distric...


de anza
January 16, 2024

De Anza track & field athletes speak out on lack of support

Track and field student-athletes from De Anza College in California were joined by coaches and alumni to air their grievances about the athletic department's handling of various pending legal investigations stemming from their 2023 season. The tra...