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Plea Deal Reached in Carver-Hawkeye Arena Locker Room Theft
A Chicago man has reached a plea deal after being charged with stealing from University of Iowa's Carvery-Hawkeye Arena during a women's gymnastics meet.
Five Reasons Why Students Should Accept the SportsArt Campus Challenge
SportsArt, developer of ECO-POWR™ technology that converts human energy into reusable energy, is challenging college students to enter to win their campus rec center an ECO-POWR™ sustainable fitness prize package. But what’s in it for them?
Former HS Athlete Awarded $35M After Alleging Coach Assaulted Her in '97
A Los Angeles County Superior Court awarded $35 million to a former high school student-athlete who said she was raped by her track coach in 1997.
Ex-USM President: Favre Agreed to Pay for 'Entire' Volleyball Facility Project
NFL Hall of Famer Brett Favre and former University of Southern Mississippi president Rodney Bennett gave differing accounts of promises made to fund a volleyball-specific venue for USM during depositions given as part of a civil case.
High School Athletics Staffer Accused of Embezzling $100K
A Michigan woman employed as an athletics secretary by Marquette High School has been arrested and accused of embezzling at least $100,000.
Lawyer Alleges DCI Agent Made 'Warrantless Searches' in Iowa Gambling Scandal
A lawyer representing several student-athletes implicated in the Iowa betting scandal alleges that law enforcement agents went rogue about a year ago and began probing betting activity inside a college dorm room without a warrant and against the commands
DOJ Joins Lawsuit Challenging NCAA's Transfer Eligibility Rule
The United States Department of Justice on Thursday joined 10 states and the District of Columbia in a civil antitrust lawsuit challenging the NCAA's Transfer Eligibility Rule.
Amended Lawsuit Claims FSU Should Be Excluded From Conference Business
The Atlantic Coast Conference filed an amended lawsuit against Florida State University on Wednesday, citing “serial breaches of critical legal promises and obligations,” as the league continues its proactive stance in a legal battle over media rights.
Parents of Boston University Student-Athletes Targeted by Phone Scammers
The parents of Boston University student-athletes were recently targeted by phone scammers who posed as police officers asking for money.
Court Docs: Georgia Recruiting Staffers Routinely Drove After Drinking
University of Georgia football recruiting staff members routinely drove rented vehicles after consuming alcohol, according to court documents filed Thursday by attorneys representing former recruiting staffer Victoria Bowles.
Following Rape Charges, Illinois Basketball Player Files for Restraining Order to Return to Play
A former Illinois basketball player who was suspended following an arrest over rape charges last month has filed for a temporary restraining order, demanding that he be immediately reinstated.
Texas Tech Basketball Player 'Remains in Good Standing' Amid Assault Lawsuit
Texas Tech has confirmed that Pop Isaacs, the Red Raiders' leading scorer, "remains in good standing" after a report emerged of a civil lawsuit accusing Isaacs of sexual assault of a minor.
Critic: Proposed Title IX Changes Threaten Viability of Women's Sports
The Biden administration has proposed sweeping changes to Title IX that would result in one larger rule redefining sex discrimination to include gender identity and sexual orientation for federally funded academic institutions.
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