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    NCAA is unlikely to approve college football transfer windows

    Though conversations are ongoing, sources tell CBS Sports that precise transfer periods to address the unsettling one-time transfer scenario are unlikely to be authorized by the NCAA this week. With multiple panels meeting this week at NCAA headquarters in Indianapolis, a resolution to a hugely intricate matter hangs in the balance. It was highly anticipated […] More

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    Future NCAA fines may be drastically altered

    NCAA sanctions have always been the scourge of collegiate sporting programs. They can cause long-lasting harm, despite the fact that rule-breakers are frequently long gone. However, according to a recent article by Bryan Fischer of Athlon Sports, the NCAA may soon alter the method it penalizes rule violations. According to sources cited by Fischer, the […] More

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    Syracuse is eliminated from the NCAA quarterfinals by Northwestern

    Thursday in the quarterfinals of the NCAA women’s lacrosse tournament, Northwestern held Syracuse scoreless for almost 30 minutes resulting in a 15-4 loss. The 11-goal difference is the greatest in NCAA Tournament history for the Syracuse women’s lacrosse team. Since 2008, the Orange had not lost a game by more than 11 goals. In March, […] More

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    Tennessee Advances to Second Straight NCAA Final Four

    Thursday afternoon, freshman Shunsuke Mitsui prevailed in a three-set fight on court four to advance the Tennessee men’s tennis team to the NCAA Semifinals for the second straight season with a 4-3 victory against third-ranked Baylor. Despite losing the opening set to Baylor’s Finn Bass, Mitsui won the second set by tiebreak to force a […] More

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    Duke is invited to the NCAA Rowing Championships

    Duke will participate in the NCAA Championships for the third straight year and fourth time in program history, as the 14th-ranked Blue Devils won an at-large bid to the 2022 regatta in Sarasota. The 2022 NCAA Rowing Championships will be held at Nathan Benderson Park from May 27-29, 2022. Duke has previously participated in the […] More

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    DU women’s tennis beats Pitt-Greensburg in NCAA First Round

    The No. 24 nationally rated Denison University women’s tennis team defeated the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, 6-0, in the opening round of the 2022 NCAA Division III Championships in Cleveland, Ohio. The Big Red have now won their opening match in each of their previous 11 NCAA Tournament outings, dating back to 2004. Sydney […] More

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    Privateers Head to Stevens for First Round of NCAA Tournament

    The Skyline Conference champion Maritime College men’s lacrosse team will make its third consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance on Wednesday afternoon. The Privateers (11-7) will play MAC Freedom champion Stevens (12-7) at 4 p.m. at Hoboken, New Jersey’s DeBaun Athletic Complex. On Saturday, Maritime defeated Farmingdale 22-13 to win their third consecutive Skyline championship. Kyle Orton […] More

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    Eighth-ranked Virginia Women’s Golf Advances to NCAA Championships

    Wednesday, the Virginia women’s golf team placed second at the Ann Arbor Regional and qualified for the 2022 NCAA Championships. Only the top four teams in the final standings of the 12 teams participating at the University of Michigan Golf Course advance to the NCAA Championships. Virginia (+13) finished in second place, only three strokes […] More

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    Michigan Qualifies for Second Consecutive NCAA Championship

    The 18th-ranked University of Michigan women’s golf team tied for third in the NCAA Ann Arbor Regional on Wednesday (May 11) at U-M Golf Course. Senior Ashley Lau and junior Hailey Borja led the Wolverines to a final-round score of 287 (+3). With a three-day total of 880 (293-300-287), the Wolverines qualify for their second […] More

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    NCAA oversight committee makes new recommendations

    The NCAA Football Oversight Committee has proposed removing the rules for FBS conference championship games and allowing unlimited recruiting classes for two years. Both proposals, which were introduced on the same day that the NCAA Board of Governors adopted new NIL criteria, will be formally confirmed by the Division I Council later this month. Removing […] More

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    Peter Thomas joins Mooney’s men’s basketball staff

    Peter Thomas has been appointed as an assistant coach, as announced by head coach Chris Mooney of the Richmond men’s basketball team on Tuesday. Thomas returns to Richmond after nine years as an assistant coach at Campbell University, including the previous five as an assistant head coach. Mooney said, “I’m happy to have Peter back […] More

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