Soccer Camps Prepping Players for College
by Pat Hickey, Evansville Courier & Press June 2015
Josh Tudela was fortunate enough growing up to have a father who loved soccer as much as he did. Otherwise, his transition to college soccer might have seemed even more overwhelming.
Tennessee Coaches' Past Reputations Still Haunting Them
by Mike Strange, Knoxville News-Sentinel June 2015
Most days, Donnie Tyndall diving into pro wrasslin' would be the top Tennessee basketball headline of the news cycle. If only that were the case this time.
Texas Fraud Claims Create New Issues at Tennessee
by Ben Frederickson, Knoxville News-Sentinel June 2015
Tennessee fired its last men’s basketball coach after one season due to alleged NCAA wrongdoing in his previous program.
U. of North Dakota Cuts Nickname List to 15
by Anna Burleson, The Bismarck Tribune June 2015
Fifteen possibilities are now under consideration to be the University of North Dakota’s new nickname.
U of Memphis: Basketball Tutor Didn't Violate Rules
by Michael Cohen email@example.com 9015292525 June 2015
The University of Memphis does not believe any violations of NCAA rules or regulations occurred involving Stacie-Leigh Greer, a tutor whose alleged academic assistance to former Tiger basketball players was detailed by The Commercial Appeal in April.
Opinion: Time to Take a Step Back from Recruiting
by Lake Morris June 2015
It is said to be the lifeblood of any college program, and if coaches are not on top of it every year, one missed cycle can set them back a few years possibly.
Satellite Camps: Coach Getaways or Recruiting Inroads?
by Jimmy Burch, Fort Worth Star-Telegram June 2015
The intensity of outsiders’ pursuit of a valued Texas export, the state’s homegrown high school football talent, reaches a new level this week.
U. of Maryland's Big Ten Debut Year a Big Success
by Todd Dybas, The Washington Times June 2015
Grumbling came in when tradition went out. The University of Maryland was uprooting itself from the Atlantic Coast Conference to join middle America in the Big Ten.
Conference USA in No Rush to Decide Fate of UAB
by Harry Minium June 2015
Alabama-Birmingham has received a reprieve of sorts from Conference USA, but UAB officials still must convince league presidents they have a viable plan for re-instituting football if the school hopes to remain in the conference.
Duke Will Let Visiting Students Buy Gym Membership
by Laura Godlewski June 2015
Students visiting Duke University will now be able to buy memberships to recreational facilities after a university policy was overturned following an online petition.