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HBCUs to Seek Delay on NCAA Requirement

by Ronald Roach | June 18, 2015 Fourteen of 21 Division I athletic teams facing postseason competition bans this coming school Read more

The Cost of ‘Revenue Sports’

by Autumn A. Arnett | June 15, 2015
When the University of Alabama at Birmingham announced June 2 that there would be gridiron game [...] Read more
Go to College? LeBron Didn’t, But Everyone Else Should

Go to College? LeBron Didn’t, But Everyone Else Should

by | June 14, 2015
On choosing the “fellowship of educated men and women” before prematurely choosing the “A [...] Read more

Black College Coaches Unite to Boost Diversity in Hiring

by Jamal Eric Watson | May 25, 2015
Dismayed by the dismal number of minority coaches at the collegiate level, a group of prominent [...] Read more

Academic Advising Services’ Role in Sports Expanding

by Craig T. Greenlee | April 22, 2015
­The NCAA-mandated academic support services must do much more than keep athletes eligible to [...] Read more

Minority Coaches Organize New Group

by Ronald Roach | April 21, 2015
A group of prominent college coaches have launched a new organization devoted to helping minori [...] Read more

Schools Adjust to New Rules and Regulations in College Sports

by Lekan Oguntoyinbo | April 20, 2015
New changes in college sports could have significant implications for athletes and gender equit [...] Read more

To Sai Tummala, There’s No Such Thing as Too Much Preparation

by Cassandra West | April 16, 2015
After a basketball game or hard practice, don’t expect to find the 2015 Arthur Ashe Jr. Male [...] Read more

University of Alabama’s Rivers Will Not Be Deterred

by Cassandra West | April 15, 2015
The 2015 Arthur Ashe Jr. Female Sports Scholar of the Year always rises to meet a challenge, wh [...] Read more

Staley Seeks to Make Impact on Court and Off

by Lois Elfman | April 8, 2015
One of the most acclaimed point guards in women’s basketball, Dawn Staley, is also making his [...] Read more

Experts: HBCUs Powered Baseball’s Negro Leagues

by Autumn A. Arnett | April 1, 2015
The best untold story of Black baseball in the United States is the one in which the pursuit of [...] Read more
NCAA President Troubled by Indiana’s New Law

NCAA President Troubled by Indiana’s New Law

by Diverse Staff | March 30, 2015
NCAA president Mark Emmert, whose organization is based in Indianapolis and will showcase one o [...] Read more

Support Program Aims to be Game-Changer

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | March 29, 2015
When Black student-athletes arrive on campus on a sports scholarship, their athletic performanc [...] Read more

Coach Mitchell’s Hoop Dreams Fueled by His Passion

by Lois Elfman | March 19, 2015
Marc Mitchell, head coach of the reigning Division III women’s basketball national champions, [...] Read more

Hampton, MEAC Can’t Lose in NCAA Tournament

by Roscoe Nance | March 18, 2015
Regardless of the outcome of their matchup against a Kentucky team that is chasing history, Ham [...] Read more
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