Whether you know your "split-push" from your "powerspike" or not, it's difficult to miss the ever growing popularity and influence of esports. Read more
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Charlie Baker, the departing Massachusetts governor and first politician to lead the NCAA, will try to chart a path out of the legal and political quagmire the organization is mired in. Read more
Students develop preferences and learn skills when they play online games. A new study suggests that information could help them chart their career trajectories. Read more
Some of Geoff Bond’s rowers loved and appreciated his demanding style. They thrived on how the coach at the University of California-San Diego pushed them to the limit while preparing them to take on the real world Read more
Gaming is for everyone, no matter your background, where you come from, or what major you study. And at the University of Montana, that’s what sets the foundation for their esports program, Grizzly Esports. Read more
In 2021, Shippensburg University won the NCAA Division II Field Hockey championship, completing an undefeated season with a 3-0 victory over archrival West Chester. Read more
Former collegiate swimmer Riley Gaines spoke at Georgetown University on Monday night about the importance of protecting women’s sports. Her speech was met with protests from students supporting transgender rights during the university’s Transgender Awareness Week. Read more
'The reason that we’ve had women’s sports as a separate category for more than 50 years in our country is because we recognize that there are real, physical differences between males and females.' Read more
The University of California Los Angeles’ potential move to the Big Ten Conference could run into some obstacles with state law. Read more
A college women’s basketball coach who fell for a hoax about a black volleyball player being called the “N-word” and canceled two games against Brigham Young University as a result does not regret her decision. Read more