- Ex-AD pleads guilty to stealing from Ky. college Updated: Apr-17-14 2:53 pm
- School of Mines names new athletic director Updated: Apr-16-14 6:18 pm
- Minot State names interim head football coach Updated: Apr-16-14 10:21 am
- Lions coach Caldwell to speak to Detroit students Updated: Apr-16-14 4:05 am
- UNC investigator meets with Willingham Updated: Apr-15-14 7:59 pm
- Panel of administrators: NCAA system must change Updated: Apr-15-14 7:08 pm
- Missouri chancellor vows changes after rape case Updated: Apr-15-14 6:26 pm
- 2 women sue Boise State over sex assault response Updated: Apr-14-14 7:55 pm
- Branstad: Action needed to protect Iowa students Updated: Apr-14-14 7:40 pm
- Georgetown hires Adair as women's basketball coach Updated: Apr-14-14 9:05 am
- A roundup of recent Michigan newspaper editorials Updated: Apr-14-14 9:04 am
- Westerly coach: Parent interference too much Updated: Apr-14-14 6:43 am
- Ohio begins pushback against college player unions Updated: Apr-12-14 1:25 pm
- Arkansas hires Cromer to replace retiring Lewis Updated: Apr-11-14 6:38 pm
- Review: Mizzou didn't follow federal assault rules Updated: Apr-11-14 5:37 pm
- Court overturns coach's sexual exploitation case Updated: Apr-11-14 2:35 pm
- MSU players, boosters, AD want coach to stay Updated: Apr-11-14 12:45 pm
- W.Va. administrators debate summer practice rule Updated: Apr-11-14 8:19 am
- Longtime Neyland Stadium PA announcer Denton dies Updated: Apr-09-14 7:25 pm
- UConn hoping to capitalize on championships Updated: Apr-09-14 7:10 pm
- Mark Phelps joins Marquette coaching staff Updated: Apr-09-14 4:57 pm
- Wake introduces Manning as men's hoops coach Updated: Apr-08-14 7:26 pm
- Ex-official gets probation in student sex case Updated: Apr-08-14 12:44 pm
- Chris Carrawell joins Marquette coaching staff Updated: Apr-07-14 10:00 pm
- Rutgers athletic director bashes ailing newspaper Updated: Apr-07-14 1:02 pm
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - A former Northern Kentucky University athletic director has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $300,000 from the school.
RAPID CITY, South Dakota - The South Dakota School of Mines and Technology has named its new athletic director.
MINOT, North Dakota - Minot State University has named an interim head football coach, after newly hired coach Todd Hoffner decided to return to his old job in Minnesota after just 75 days at the northern North Dakota school.
DETROIT - More than 300 high school student-athletes will hear about sportsmanship and respect from Detroit Lions head coach Jim Caldwell.
CHAPEL HILL, North Carolina - The reading specialist who questioned the literacy level of athletes who were admitted to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has met with an investigator looking into academic fraud at the school.
NASHVILLE, Tennessee - A panel of college administrators agree the NCAA business model has to change to survive.
ST. LOUIS - The University of Missouri's new chancellor said Tuesday he is prepared to make the school "accountable and responsible" after an independent review faulted its response to the suicide of a former swimmer who told health professionals before her death that she had been raped by several football players.
BOISE, Idaho - Two former Boise State University students are suing the school because they say athletic officials ignored their reports of sexual assault and harassment by a star athlete.
DES MOINES, Iowa - Gov. Terry Branstad has called on the Legislature to take action following an Iowa Supreme Court ruling that found school coaches cannot be convicted of sexual exploitation by a school employee under current law.
WASHINGTON - Natasha Adair is the new women's basketball coach at Georgetown.
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WESTERLY, Rhode Island - A former Westerly High School girls' basketball coach blames significant and persistent interference from parents for her decision to resign last month.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - State pushback against a movement to unionize college athletes has begun in Ohio, the football-loving heart of a heated anti-labor campaign in 2011 and home to one of America's highest-grossing collegiate franchises, the Ohio State Buckeyes.
FAYETTEVILLE, Arkansas - Arkansas athletic director Jeff Long says the school has hired Indiana administrator Julie Cromer as an assistant in charge of the school's women's sports programs.
ROLLA, Missouri - An independent report released Friday says the University of Missouri failed to follow parts of the federal law that governs sexual harassment on campus when handling the case of a former swimmer's suicide.
DES MOINES, Iowa - The conviction of a former Bloomfield basketball coach who had sex with a 16-year-old girl on his team was thrown out Friday by the Iowa Supreme Court in a ruling that says coaches without teaching licenses are not school employees under the law and can't be convicted of sexual exploitation by a school employee.
MINOT, North Dakota - Minot State football players, boosters and the school's athletic director want head coach Todd Hoffner to stay.
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Some high school administrators are opposed to a proposed athletics rule that would expand voluntary summer practices in West Virginia.
KNOXVILLE, Tennessee - Bobby Denton, who worked as Neyland Stadium's public address announcer for nearly half a century, has died. He was 73.
STORRS, Connecticut - Campus celebrations are winding down after two nights of championship parties, yet the off-court excitement could be just beginning at the University of Connecticut.
MILWAUKEE - New Marquette coach Steve Wojciechowski has added former Drake coach Mark Phelps to his coaching staff.
WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina - Wake Forest is hoping Danny Manning can turn around its slumping basketball team. No miracles needed.
FREMONT, Nebraska - A former athletic director for Midland University who was accused of soliciting sex from students and threatening one has been sentenced to a year of probation.
MILWAUKEE - New Marquette coach Steve Wojciechowski's first assistant is a former teammate from his playing days at Duke.
NEW BRUNSWICK, New Jersey - Rutgers University's athletic director told a class earlier this year that it would be "great" if New Jersey's largest newspaper went out of business.