• Blind Athlete Sues Dartmouth Over Academic Resources

    by Saxo Staff May 2017

    Dartmouth College is accused of not making the proper classroom accommodations for a student who has been touted by the Ivy League school for her accomplishments as a legally blind Paralympian and member of the equestrian team,

  • Iowa Discrimination Suit: Ex-Associate AD Wins $1.43M

    by Courtney Cameron May 2017

    Former senior associate athletic director Jane Meyer has been awarded $1.43 million in her discrimination suit against the University of Iowa.

  • Little League Loses Equipment, Funds to Thieves

    by Jeremy Childs and John Scheibe May 2017

    Saticoy Little League president Chris Corbett said $8,600 in cash and property were stolen, along with $22,500 in personal checks after thieves broke into a safe in the league's storage units.

  • Penn State Hires New Coach After Mistreatment Claims

    by Erin McCarthy May 2017

    Penn State athletic director Sandy Barbour announced Thursday the hiring of new head women's gymnastics coach Sarah Brown.

  • Football Players Suspended After Burglary Charges

    by Lynn Worthy May 2017

    Three Utah State University redshirt freshmen football players have been suspended from the program after being charged in connection with a pair of burglaries in Logan that took place in December.

  • HS Coach Says He Was Assaulted By Player, Parent

    by Harry Minium May 2017

    Seventy-three-year-old high school coach Ken Whitley was injured and briefly hospitalized Monday night after a run-in with a high school basketball player and his mother at Green Run High.

  • NCAA Sues Insurance Companies to Recoup Legal Costs

    by Steve Berkowitz May 2017

    Over the last 3 1/2 years, the NCAA has spent well more than $70 million on outside legal services. Now it is suing a group of insurance companies to try to recover a portion of that money.

  • Police: No Charges for School Treasurer Who Stole $66K

    by Andrew Marra May 2017

    The treasurer of Bak Middle School of the Arts stole $66,000 from the school over three years, a police investigation has concluded, removing the money bit by bit from more than 100 deposits placed in the school's safe between 2012 and 2015.

  • Ex-AD Charged with Video Voyeurism

    by Olivia Hitchcock and Sarah Peters May 2017

    Former AD Bill Weed of Palm Beach Gardens High School was arrested Monday after a year of reportedly watching a child in their bedroom through a camera hidden inside a digital clock.

  • Opinion: Michigan State to Blame for Gymnastics Abuse

    by The Salt Lake Tribune May 2017

    Dr. Larry Nassar, a former USA Gymnastics doctor at the center of a sexual abuse scandal, also worked at Michigan State University — where multiple female athletes complained to officials about his so-called treatment, only to be shamefully ignored.