Sports powers will abandon longtime West Coast home, the latest move in a conference reshuffling that has prioritized dollars over tradition and geography. Read more
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A report from the National Collegiate Athletic Association finds women’s participation in college sports is growing—but so is the funding gap between men’s and women’s programs. Read more
Foreign student athletes could have their visa status revoked for accepting “Name, Image and Likeness” deals while studying in the United States. Read more
NCAA President Mark Emmert hinted at changes expected to be "phased-in" to make collegiate standards for transgender athletes align with Olympic guidance. Read more
Following the national saga that surrounded the 2022 NCAA Women's Swimming Championships, more states are jumping on the legislative bandwagon to enact laws that prevent men from competing in women's sports. Read more
At last week's NCAA women's swimming national championships at Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), Lia Thomas created national controversy for being a man competing against female athletes. Thomas won the title for the 500-yard freestyle swim. Read more
Matt Walsh is slated to speak at Georgia Tech University on Monday, March 14, about the men competing in women's sports. Read more
The Georgia Senate is on track to consider a bill that would require athletes to compete according to their biological sex. Read more
South Dakota is requiring K-12 and collegiate athletes to compete on teams according to their biological sex. Read more