Advisers who work with football players predict a new NCAA academic rule will have negative outcomes -- among them, that athletes will choose easier courses and majors.
Division III lacrosse has become a tool for Midwestern liberal arts colleges to recapture suburban students, a group central to their business strategy.
The athletes who will compete in the Final Four have much more going on than just basketball. Sport psychologists help them rein it all in.
Presenting the women's edition of our annual Academic Performance Tournament: Who would prevail in March Madness if academics were the key? We did the math, and the competition was fierce.
With Miami and Penn State perhaps waiting in the wings, North Carolina joins Ohio State in a parade of serious infractions findings involving high-profile sports programs.
The Patriot League's decision to offer football scholarships leaves its Division I counterpart, the Ivy League, as the last conference holding out on athletic merit aid.
Neumann University's payments to Canadian athletes land it two years of NCAA probation.
The faculty athletics representative's role in the NCAA enforcement process isn't high profile, but it's important, officials said at the association's annual convention.
NCAA President Mark Emmert sets a tone of urgency in his annual "State of the Association" address.
New research says the NCAA's eligibility rules result in academically deficient athletes being admitted to college, but the association disputes the findings.
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