• UNC's Nightmare Also Creates Quandary for NCAA

    by The Herald-Sun June 2015

    The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's nightmare over academic fraud infiltrating its athletic programs is far from over.

  • Signatures to Save 'Lady Vols' Sent to UT Officials

    by Dan Fleser, Knoxville News-Sentinel June 2015

    Opponents to the Lady Vols logo change found some takers for a thick stack of signatures that are evidence of their support.

  • Women Seek Protection Against Ex-UA Track Coach

    by Yoohyun Jung, Arizona Daily Star June 2015

    Two women affiliated with the University of Arizona track team have filed for court protection against a former assistant track coach accused of threatening, stalking and assaulting a student athlete.

  • Judge Tosses NCAA Athletes' Suit Against Broadcasters

    by Laura Godlewski June 2015

    A lawsuit filed by 10 former college football and basketball players alleging that their images were used improperly without their permission by broadcast networks and eight NCAA conferences was dismissed by a federal judge.

  • Couple Donates $10M for OSU for Brain Health Facility

    by Ben Sutherly, THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH June 2015

    The gift will boost Ohio State University's quest to enhance and preserve the human brain's performance in athletic, military and corporate pursuits, as well as in other walks of life, officials said.

  • University of Missouri Restructures Donor Program

    by Laura Godlewski June 2015

    The University of Missouri athletic department is overhauling its donor system in order to keep the school financially competitive with other schools in the SEC.

  • Opinion: UAB Leaders Undervalued Athletic Experiences

    by Scott Adamson, Anderson Independent-Mail June 2015

    What is the difference between the haves and the can’t-haves in college athletics? At a place like Clemson, facility upgrades to the tune of $176 million are approved and applauded.

  • Third Female Coach Resigns, Fueling Title IX Complaints

    by Rachel Blount, Star Tribune (Mpls.-St. Paul) June 2015

    University of Minnesota Duluth women's basketball coach Annette Wiles resigned Monday, becoming the third female head coach to leave the school in the past six months.

  • College Coaches' Heated Email Exchange Goes Public

    by Laura Godlewski June 2015

    Two Missouri college softball programs are in the limelight after a heated email exchange between coaches of the programs became public.

  • How Will NCAA View Report Detailing UNC Scandal?

    by John McCann June 2015

    The department secretary who masterminded the irregular classes at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill created the shoddy curriculum to help both general students and student-athletes alike, according to an investigation led by former federal prosecutor Kenneth Wainstein.