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  • Northwestern Rower Dies During Practice

    by Courtney Cameron April 2017

    During an early morning practice on Monday, a member of the Northwestern crew club fell into the water and did not resurface. 

  • Maryland President Ponders Death Penalty for UNC

    by Andrew Carter April 2017

    UM president Wallace Loh thinks the NCAA investigation into UNC-Chapel Hill will ultimately lead to the NCAA levying the so-called "death penalty" against the university.

  • Wichita State Set to Join American Athletic Conference

    by Pat Eaton April 2017

    The presidents of the AAC's 12 member schools voted unanimously to admit Wichita State in all sports but football. The school, which has been a member of the MVC since 1945, does not have a football program but it is a powerhouse in men's basketball.

  • Renovations Push UC Basketball Games to HS Gym

    by Courtney Cameron April 2017

    Ongoing renovations at the University of Cincinnati’s Fifth Third Arena have displaced the school’s basketball teams, forcing the Bearcats to hold court in various other local venues.

  • Reports: Frozen Four Returning to Buffalo in 2020

    by Miguel Rodriguez April 2017

    The Buffalo area is believed to have been selected as the site for the 2020 NCAA men's ice hockey semifinals and national championship game. The NCAA will announce the venues for the 2019-2022 Frozen Fours on April 18.

  • SunTrust Park to Debut with College Baseball Game

    by Tim Tucker April 2017

    Georgia and Missouri will play an SEC game at SunTrust Park at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, the last game in the stadium before the Braves' regular-season home opener April 14.

  • Northwestern Moves Friday Night Football Games

    by Jason Scott April 2017

    In November, the Big Ten’s announcement that it would schedule games on Friday nights was met with some backlash from coaches and fans.

  • Semifinalists Running Out of Time to Request Relocation

    by Courtney Cameron April 2017

    The results of this week’s regional quarterfinals have ensured that all four 6A Region I boys soccer semifinalists will be teams from Dallas-Fort Worth — who will be traveling five hours by bus to play each other in Midland.

  • Organized Sports Snapshots from 1977

    by Paul Steinbach April 2017

    While pondering the 40-year history of Athletic Business magazine, it became increasingly clear just how much times have changed for organized sports. Consider the following:

  • Utah Plans for Varsity eSports Team

    by Brennan Smith April 2017

    The University of Utah will be the nation's first Power Five conference program to offer a varsity esports team.