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NCAA Recognizes Disparities in Weight Room Equipment between Women’s and Men’s Tournaments

Dan Hogan, Sports Editor March 25, 2021

TheBroadcaster · NCAA Recognizes Disparities in Weight Room Equipment between Women’s and Men’s Tournaments  On Thursday, March 18, the NCAA responded to complaints of disparities between...

Sports: NCAA Moves Closer to Allowing Student Athletes to be Paid

Dan Hogan, Reporter May 4, 2020

The NCAA Board of Governors voted this week to allow student athletes to be paid from their own sponsorships and endorsements, starting as early as next year, according to the NCAA.  The proposed rule...

NCAA Allows Second Year of Senior Eligibility

Kate Clark, Sports Editor April 18, 2020

The NCAA Division I Council announced their decision on March 30, 2020 to allow another year of eligibility for spring-sport athletes whose seasons were cut short due to the coronavirus outbreak. Despite...

Auburn gymnast, Samantha Cerio, is competing at the NCAA Regionals gymnastics meet on April 8th, 2018. Cerio suffered a horrific injuries to both legs on Friday night. (Michael Wade/Icon Sportswire/AP)

Auburn Gymnast Dislocates Both her Knees

Abbey Rogers and Abbey Massage May 6, 2019

Auburn University senior Samantha Cerio ended her gymnastics career by dislocating both of her knees in a gymnastics meet as the team was trying to secure a spot for the NCAA regional finals. Cerio...

From 8 to 68: How March Madness has Changed

Carina Sarracino, Reporter April 20, 2018

The NCAA Division One Men’s Basketball Tournament is one of America’s most-watched sporting events, but it has taken years to become such a sensation. The March Madness tournament generates $10...

Florida State guard PJ Savoy (5), celebrates after defeating Xavier in a second-round game in the NCAA college basketball tournament in Nashville, Tenn., Sunday, March 18, 2018. Florida State defeated Xavier 75-70. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

Recap: Crazy 2018 March Madness Tournament Finishes with Epic Finale

Evan Spinney, Reporter April 9, 2018

It’s the year of unexpected wins in college basketball. The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) holds a single elimination tournament for division one colleges known as March Madness every...

Holy Cross' Robert Champion (22) celebrates after the team's First Four game against Southern University in the NCAA college basketball tournament Wednesday, March 16, 2016, in Dayton, Ohio. Holy Cross won 59-55 (AP Photo/John Minchillo).

Holy Cross’ Unlikely Path to March Madness

March 22, 2016

By: Eric Wood The chances to make the NCAA Division 1 Men’s Basketball tournament with a 14-19 record are almost impossible, so how did the Holy Cross Crusaders make it? They made it by winning...

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