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How To Handle Transferring as a College Athlete

Why one DI college athlete decided to transfer, and her recommendations on do’s and don’ts for the process

March 18, 2019 Monique Felix

Lane College Cross Country Receives NCAA Sanctions in Response to an Ineligible Athlete Competing Under a False Name

The women’s cross country and track and field programs at Tennessee’s Lane College are facing two years of probation along with other sanctions as a result of NCAA violations committed in the 2016-2017 season. An incident involving an ineligible athlete competing under a false name led the NCAA DII Committee of Infractions to investigate the

February 11, 2019

Need Blind Versus Need Aware

College applications are stressful as it is, and one of the major factors in decision making in the process is the possibility for both scholarships and financial aid. For those looking for financial aid, it is important to note the different options throughout the application process. To understand how universities and colleges make their decisions

January 14, 2019

For Better or for Worse: NCAA Rule Changes Aim to Speed Up Baseball

This past month the NCAA approved rule changes on a number of issues for the 2018-19 college baseball season. The changes address issues such as player safety, the pace of play, clarification of ambiguous rules and the use of video replay. From an outsider’s perspective, the rule changes seem to be an attempt to bring

October 22, 2018

NCAA Rule Change: Will Track & Field be the Same?

Sports, society, and life in general are always changing and adapting to fit the needs of changing cultures.  Such changes cause techniques and mindsets, that have been around for ages, to alter to meet the present standards.  Even changes on a small scale such as a little league adjusting its age rules/cut-off dates can affect

October 1, 2018

2018 NCAA New Rules | Men’s Basketball, Football, Wrestling, Softball, and Lacrosse

Proposed Rule Changes: New Rules and Guidelines for Men’s Basketball in the NIT [1] The three-point line will be extended by approximately 1 foot 8 inches to the same distance used by FIBA for international competition (22 feet 1.75 inches). The free throw lane will be widened from 12 feet to 16 feet, consistent with the width

June 2, 2018

NCAA New Rule Changes 2019 | Important Information for all Athletes and Coaches

As a student-athlete, the responsibility of knowing NCAA rules and regulations falls on your shoulders. Keeping up-to-date with changes is critical to having success in the college recruiting process. Below is a detailed list of rule changes in the NCAA that impact the recruiting process and the field of play. Current collegiate athletes across all

May 15, 2018

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