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Rescinding of Title IX Model Survey Draws Praise from Critics
Last Updated: 4/27/2010
News that the Obama administration will rescind a Bush-era Title IX policy known as the model survey is viewed as a step forward by women's interest groups and a step backward by men's interest groups.
 
Department of Education Repeals Bush-Era Policy on Title IX
Last Updated: 4/27/2010
The U.S. Department of Education is repealing a Bush-era policy that some critics argue was a way to avoid complying with federal law in providing equal opportunities for female athletes.
 
Big Ten 'Not Anywhere Near' Expansion Decision
Last Updated: 4/27/2010
The Big Ten Conference is still in the early stages of weighing expansion and "not anywhere near" the point of approaching prospective new schools, Commissioner Jim Delany said last Wednesday.
 
Arizona State Self-Imposes Sanctions on Baseball Program
Last Updated: 4/27/2010
Arizona State is vacating 44 of its 49 victories from the 2007 baseball season and will be reducing scholarships as part of self-imposed sanctions for violating NCAA rules.
 
UC Davis Drops Four Sports, Affecting 153 Student-Athletes
Last Updated: 4/20/2010
UC Davis will eliminate four sports July 1 in an effort to address financial concerns caused by the national economic downturn.
 
Participation in NCAA Sports Continues to Climb
Last Updated: 4/20/2010
Despite an unforgiving economy pressuring schools to trim their athletics budgets, data from 2008-09 suggest NCAA institutions are offering participation opportunities to more student-athletes than ever before.
 
Switch-Pitcher: More Than Just a Novelty Act
Last Updated: 4/20/2010
New York Yankees pitcher Pat Venditte got the attention of the sports world last month when he became baseball's first "switch-pitcher" in a spring training game - throwing to batters as both a right-hander and left-hander.
 
Texas High School Set to Begin Work on $60M Stadium
Last Updated: 4/20/2010
Just in case you forgot how important high school football is in Texas, the residents of Allen will soon have a $59.6 million stadium that will leave no doubt.
 
Massachusetts High School Cuts All Sports Programs
Last Updated: 4/20/2010
The hardest part of Joe Russo's job as athletic director at Mansfield (Mass.) High used to be keeping up with all of the success the school's teams have.
 
Ocean Academy Aims to Send Postgraduate Basketball Players to College
Last Updated: 4/20/2010
As his plane descended on Newark Liberty International Airport in September, Eric Moreland wondered whether he had made the right decision. A talented 6-foot-9 forward from Houston who had recently graduated high school, Moreland needed a place to play until he could land a college scholarship.
 
College Conferences Ponder Expansion, and Their Extinction
Last Updated: 4/20/2010
With the 11 Football Bowl Subdivision conference commissioners gathering in Scottsdale, Ariz., for the annual Bowl Championship Series meetings, the prospect of significant change in the collegiate conference landscape is becoming increasingly likely.
 
NCAA Council Approves Sickle-Cell Screening Guidelines
Last Updated: 4/19/2010
The NCAA has approved legislation that will require athletes to take blood tests that show whether they are carriers of the sickle-cell trait, provide documentation that they already had the test or opt out of the test by signing a waiver that releases a school from liability.
 
How top NFL Draft Prospects Ranked as College Recruits
Last Updated: 4/19/2010
When the census takers visit Oklahoma this year, they should ask an extra question: How did a state that contains a little more than one percent of the U.S. population produce three likely first-round draft picks from the same high school graduating class?
 
Minnesota State Mankato Draws a Line on Crowd Control
Last Updated: 4/19/2010
An awkward game-management situation earlier this year turned into a game-environment success thanks to some creative work by the Minnesota State Mankato athletics staff.
 
Wrestling Rules Panel Recommends Rule to Add Concussion Protection
Last Updated: 4/19/2010
The NCAA Wrestling Committee is recommending a change to an injury rule that would better protect competitors who show signs of a concussion.
 
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