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NCAA Sponsors 2023 Black Student Athlete Summit and Names Champions of Diversity and Inclusion
Student-athletes, professionals, and athletic influencers convened at the 2023 Black Student Athlete Summit.
May 30, 2023
From the Magazine
2023 Women's College Basketball Another Mile-Marker in Title IX
This year, the NCAA Divisions II and III National Championships were decided at the Women’s Final Four site.
April 30, 2023
NCAA Inclusion Forum Focuses on DEI Initiatives
The theme for the 2023 NCAA Inclusion Forum was “The Power of Proximity.”
April 23, 2023
Texas Southern Cheer Squad Becomes First HBCU National Title Winner at the National Cheerleaders Association College National Championship
TSU’s cheer squad became the first from an HBCU to win a national title at the National Cheerleaders Association College National Championship.
April 11, 2023
New York Knicks Partner with Verizon to Honor HBCUs
The New York Knicks partnered with Verizon to honor HBCUs, with one 18-year-old high school senior from Harlem receiving a scholarship.
March 29, 2023
Report: Racial and Gender Hiring Practices in College Athletics is Concerning
Racial hiring practices in college athletics saw minor improvement but gender hiring practices declined, according to the 2022 College Sport Racial and Gender Report Card from the University of Central Florida.
March 28, 2023
From the Magazine
In Equity Efforts, Where Does Title IX Truly Stand?
With 50th anniversary celebrations mostly complete, the work toward Title IX compliance continues.
March 16, 2023
Georgetown University Fires Head Basketball Coach Patrick Ewing
Georgetown University has fired head basketball coach Patrick Ewing after going 75-109 over six seasons.
March 13, 2023
Candace Byrd-Vinson Leads Calhoun Community College Women's Basketball as School’s First African American Female Basketball Coach
Candace Byrd-Vinson, Calhoun Community College head women's basketball coach, is the school’s first African American female basketball coach.
March 10, 2023
University of Georgia Football Player Jalen Carter Surrenders to Police
University of Georgia football player Jalen Carter surrendered to police in Athens, Georgia the night of Mar 1. night after a warrant was issued for his arrest earlier that day.
March 2, 2023
Poll: Majority of Americans Support College Athlete Name, Image, and Likeness Monetization
Most Americans support allowing college athletes to be paid for sports-related business ventures using their name, image, and likeness, according to a recent poll from market research and consulting firm Ipsos.
March 2, 2023
U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee and NCAA Office of Inclusion Launch Programming Initiatives for Adaptive Sports
The United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee and NCAA Office of Inclusion have launched multiple programming initiatives for adaptive sports, sports for people with disabilities.
February 17, 2023
Leadership & Policy
Abbott Voices Support for Barring Collegiate-Level Transgender Athletes from Competing on Gender-Matching Teams
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said he would support legislation barring collegiate-level transgender student athletes from competing on teams matching their gender.
February 13, 2023
Bethune-Cookman University Football Players Sign Petition to Reinstate Ed Reed as Head Coach
Some Bethune-Cookman University football players have started a petition to reinstate Ed Reed as the Wildcats head coach after the former NFL star announced Jan. 21 that the school will not be ratifying his contract.
January 23, 2023
Albion College Men's Basketball Team Call for Public Suspension of Head Coach After Alleged Racial Slur Incident
Players on the Albion College men’s basketball team are calling for the public suspension of head coach Jody May and an apology from the school after May allegedly used a racial slur in practice.
January 9, 2023
Former Coppin State Basketball Player Sues School, Alleges Sexual Assault and Blackmail from Assistant Coach
A former Coppin State University basketball player is suing the school, alleging sexual assault and blackmail from an assistant basketball coach.
December 30, 2022
Ed Reed Set to Become Head Football Coach for Bethune-Cookman University
Football Hall of Famer Ed Reed will become Bethune-Cookman University’s head football coach after the school announced that it had agreed in principle for him to step into the role.
December 28, 2022
Chris Paul Graduates from Winston-Salem State University, Gives Fellow Classmates Career Advancement and Financial Literacy Opportunities
NBA star Chris Paul has graduated from Winston-Salem State University and is helping give career advancement and financial literacy opportunities to his fellow graduating classmates.
December 19, 2022
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