Sports - Higher Education
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Stephen Curry Funds Howard University’s Golf Re-Start

by Roscoe Nance | August 19, 2019 Stephen Curry is among the premier scorers in the NBA, but Monday the two-time NBA MVP handed o [...] Read more

Accused UW Football Player Acquitted, Reinstated

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The University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW) has announced that Quintez Cephus, the school’s form [...] Read more

Michigan State Deal with Feds Will Protect Patients

by | August 14, 2019
To resolve a federal civil-rights investigation into Dr. Larry Nassar’s abuse of young gy [...] Read more

University of Idaho Names First Female Athletic Director

by | August 9, 2019
The University of Idaho has announced Terry Gawlik as its first female athletic director, accor [...] Read more

Sister of Slain College Athlete Arrested in Oregon

by | August 7, 2019
Police in Oregon have arrested a woman following the shooting death of a Portland State Univers [...] Read more

NCAA’s Discriminatory APR Scores

by Monique O. Ositelu | June 16, 2019
A few weeks ago, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) released their annual Acad [...] Read more

Historic NFL Draft: Asian American Top Pick

by | April 30, 2019
The Arizona Cardinals made history when the team chose Kyler Murray, who is of Asian lineage, a [...] Read more

MLB’s Diversity Hiring Score Unchanged

by Roscoe Nance | April 15, 2019
Baseball is a game played at a slow pace and is deliberate when it comes to changing the way it [...] Read more

After Stroke, Hampton’s David Six Receives Top Honors

by Roscoe Nance | April 8, 2019
Coaches whose teams end the basketball season with a 16-14 record and don’t win their confere [...] Read more

Diligence and Determination Defines Asia Seidt

by Lois Elfman | April 4, 2019
When head swimming coach Lars Jorgensen was recruiting 2019 Arthur Ashe Jr. Female Sports Schol [...] Read more

NSIA Looks to Diversify Intercollegiate Sports

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Now, more than ever, Sean T. Frazier says that institutions have to do a better job recruiting [...] Read more

Ashe Scholar Committed to Serving Others

by Lois Elfman |
During Khari Blasingame’s freshman year at Vanderbilt University, he was already speaking to [...] Read more

Women’s Basketball Continues to Outpace Men’s Academically

by Lois Elfman | March 19, 2019
Women’s basketball players still outperform their male counterparts, but there is still room [...] Read more

Academic Success Continues to Rise for NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Teams

by Lois Elfman | March 18, 2019
Graduation rates for African-American Division I men’s basketball student-athletes are rising [...] Read more

TIDES Report: College Sport is Still Lacking in Diversity

by Lois Elfman | February 27, 2019
In the latest Racial and Gender Report Card from The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Spor [...] Read more
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