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The HBCU Experience: Coaches Panel by LRT Sports

LRT Sports hosted a panel of Historically Black Colleges and Universities’ Coaches to help educate prospective student-athletes. This inclusive Q&A representing both Men and Women’s athletic programs aims to shine a light on the countless opportunities provided both academically and athletically at HBCU institutions. Coaches panel: Southern University and A&M College Head Baseball Coach Kerrick

June 14, 2021 Keirsten Sires

College Coaches Panel | Women In Sports: Same Game, Double Standard

LRT Sports hosted a panel of women’s college coaches around the country to shed light on the disparities that exist between men’s and women’s NCAA athletics. This discussion is intended to continue the dialogue surrounding these inequalities and differences that grabbed national attention during the 2021 NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball tournaments.Coaches featured: Florida, Women’s

June 10, 2021

NAIA gives Athletes Access to Name, Image and Likeness

On October 7, the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics made history when it became the first collegiate sports organization to pass reform allowing college athletes to earn compensation for use of their names, images, and likenesses (NILs). The NCAA has been resisting such reform for decades, and leaves many questions for college athletes, parents, and

October 13, 2020

Amid Coronavirus, Are Mandatory Practices Safer Than “Voluntary” Workouts? Yes and No

The NCAA’s Division 1 Council has officially released a six-week plan for teams to begin mandatory practices, and the starting date for these practices varies slightly from school to school. According to ESPN: “For teams that begin the season Labor Day weekend, required workouts will begin July 13, followed by an enhanced training schedule that

July 2, 2020

COVID-19 Risk Waivers | Here’s What We Know So Far

Voluntary workouts are currently underway around the country, and some universities, like Ohio State, are requiring their athletes to sign risk waivers. What do we know about these documents? In short, not much. But as the days pass, the list of universities requiring athletes to sign off is expanding. This is a practice that will likely

June 26, 2020

Censorship in College Athletics, What You Need to Know

Every prospective athlete should know that college recruiters comb through the social media profiles of the athletes they recruit. Even if a high school athlete dreams of making it to college, prospects need to be careful about what they post online. A great (and also horrible) example of what can happen if high school athletes

June 25, 2020

Is the “Fairness in Collegiate Athletics Act” Truly Fair? What College Athletes Need to Know About a Federal NIL Bill

Last week, Florida senator Marco Rubio proposed the “Fairness in Collegiate Athletics Act,” one of the few federal bills designed to regulate the economic activities of college athletes competing in the NCAA. Misleading title aside, the bill is problematic, in that it is the first bill of its kind to grant the NCAA rights to

June 24, 2020

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