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  • Parents: Louisiana Tech Divided by Favoritism

    by Josh Peter and Nicole Auerbach April 2016

    Tyler Summitt's treatment of Louisiana Tech's starting point guard divided the team months before he resigned as women's basketball coach, parents of team members told USA TODAY Sports.

  • Tyler Summitt Resigns after Inappropriate Relationship

    by Stuart Goldman April 2016

    Tyler Summitt, son of legendary women’s college basketball coach Pat Summitt, resigned Thursday as the head women’s basketball coach at Louisiana Tech, referencing an "inappropriate relationship."

  • Old Dominion Board to Be Briefed on Stadium Study

    by Harry Minium April 2016

    Old Dominion appears set to make a decision in late spring or early summer on how and where to build a new football stadium. ODU’s Board of Visitors is to be briefed on a stadium study June 9, said sources who asked not to be identified. ODU has been studying how to replace the 20,118-seat Foreman Field since late 2012, but board members have not been briefed on the issue in more than a year. University President John Broderick said last week that the board will be finalizing the school’s budget and setting tuition rates at its next meeting on April 21. But he added that officials will address the stadium issue in June.

  • Students Want Better Rec Facilities, Willing to Pay

    by Jay Tokasz April 2016

    Many students have complained of poorly maintained outdoor fields, inadequate fitness equipment, paying additional fees to participate in intramural sports and an overall lack of recreational space

  • Athletes Cash In From Video Game Lawsuit

    by Steve Berkowitz April 2016

    It might not happen again anytime soon, but beginning this week a group of current college football players will join NFL players in getting paid at least once for the use of their names, images and likenesses.

  • Cal Diving Coach Fined $455 for Harassment

    by Josh Peter April 2016

    The diving coach at the University of California-Berkeley, found to have sexually harassed a male employee at the school for at least a year and a half, was docked $455.30 in lieu of suspension, according to documents released by the school Wednesday.

  • Two-Sport Collegiate Athletes Defy the Odds

    by Mirin Fader April 2016

    There wasn't a sport Mary Welton didn't want to try. Beginning as a 5-year-old, she'd eventually dabble in swimming, water polo, soccer, indoor soccer, judo, diving, golf, basketball and volleyball. Once swimming and water polo stole her heart, she didn't think twice about competing in both sports once she arrived at Chapman.

  • College Rec Centers Expanding into Student Life Hubs

    by Dan Sullivan April 2016

    This article appeared in the April issue of Athletic Business. Athletic Business is a free magazine for professionals in the athletic, fitness and recreation industry. Click here to subscribe.

  • History of Basketball Net-Cutting Tradition

    by Kyle Neddenriep April 2016

    It's an enduring tradition this time of year in college basketball: the cutting of the nets by the national championship team. It was scheduled to happen Monday night in Houston at the conclusion of the men's Final Four title game between North Carolina and Villanova. And again Tuesday here at Bankers Life Fieldhouse after the women's final between Connecticut and Syracuse.

  • Bowl Game Barely Profitable for Tennessee

    by Patrick Brown April 2016

    According to financial figures released Monday, Tennessee brought in $1,455,450 in revenue and accrued costs totaling $1,439,763 for a profit of $15,687 for the game in Tampa, Fla.