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  • Indiana Basketball Player Injures Teammate with Car

    by From staff and wire reports November 2014

    Indiana freshman basketball player Emmitt Holt was cited Saturday for misdemeanor underage drinking after he struck teammate Devin Davis with his SUV, leaving Davis hospitalized with a serious head injury. Holt and his passengers told police that they had dropped off Davis, a 19-year-old sophomore, at the Memorial Stadium parking lot about 12:45 a.m. Saturday, Bloomington, Indiana Police Sgt. Jeffery Canada said. Holt was driving away "when, for unknown reasons, Mr. Davis came into the roadway and struck the side of the vehicle near the front passenger windshield," Canada said.

  • Some UNC Faculty Call for Athletic Department Reforms

    by LAURA OLENIACZ loleniacz@heraldsun.com November 2014

    Faculty members called for changes to the special-talent admissions process and to the time student-athletes can devote to practice and games at a standing-room-only meeting Friday.

  • Flood-Ruined Pauley Pavilion Court Restored

    by Emily Attwood October 2014

    When there are nine inches of water on your hardwood court, who do you call first?

    Tuesday, July 29, 2014: A water main burst under Sunset Boulevard, near the University of California-Los Angeles, spewing an estimated 20 million gallons of water across the campus and flooding numerous buildings, including Pauley Pavilion, the Arthur Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center, J.D. Morgan Center and John Wooden Center. Emergency response was immediate, though it took city workers several hours to contain the leak.

  • New Report Shows Improvement in NCAA Grad Rates

    by Bozeman Daily Chronicle October 2014

    The NCAA's newest graduation report showed 84 percent of athletes who entered college in 2007-08 earned a degree within six years, a 2 percent increase over last year's high mark.

  • UMaine Cheerleading Still Going Strong

    by Pete Warner BDN Staff October 2014

    Despite the program's status as a "sports activity" and overall budget constraints, UMaine has maintained a viable cheerleading program.

  • Colleges Using Data to Justify Lavish Rec Centers

    by Andrew Brandt October 2014

    Across the country, college rec centers have gone from places to shoot hoops with your pals to centerpieces of campuses, and one of the major ways to attract new students.

  • UNC Men's Basketball Coach Williams: I Was Naive

    by abrenner@postandcourier.com October 2014

    In the irony of ironies, North Carolina junior point guard Marcus Paige had his ACC Operation Basketball interview session moved back six hours Wednesday because it conflicted with a political science exam.

  • Male Practice Players Help Strengthen Women's Teams

    by MIRIN FADER staff writer, The Orange County Register October 2014

    Man to man. Two-three zone. Full-court press. Possession after possession, their legs are crouched low, burning, in a defensive slide to give the Titan women repetitions in their offense.

  • Former Army Coach Defends Trips: No Beer, No Women

    by Tom Roeder tom.roeder@gazette.com October 2014

    When Army football recruits took a bus trip with head coach Bobby Ross, there was no drinking or dancing in the aisles like a trip for recruits earlier this year.

  • In Georgia, D-I Athletes' Academic Performance Lags

    by Associated Press October 2014

    Data from Georgia universities with top tier Division I football programs show they're willing to make exceptions to admission requirements for football players despite the schools becoming increasingly competitive for other incoming freshmen.