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Latest division i Items
Newspapers in Detroit, Kalamazoo, and Grand Haven were named the best in the state Sunday in the annual Michigan Associated Press Media Editors newspaper competition.
The Southeastern Conference sent a strong message to the NCAA on Friday: provide the Big Five some autonomy or they'll form their own division.
Native American brothers Miles and Lyle Thompson, the Albany stars who each broke the Division I lacrosse record for most points in a season, are co-winners of the Tewaaraton Award.
Located in the heart of SEC country, Louisiana-Lafayette knows its place in the college baseball hierarchy. That doesn't mean the Ragin' Cajuns have to accept it.
Kiero Small was about as far away from his NFL dream as possible.
The money gap at Division I colleges is continuing to show up on the playing fields and in the classrooms.
Friday's results from the Texas state high school track and field championships:
Record-setting Native American brothers Lyle and Miles Thompson of the Albany Great Danes have been selected as finalists for the Tewaaraton Award.
The disparities within college sports are numerous and enormous in Division I alone, which has 65 power-conference schools and another 218 schools in lower income brackets. The differences grow exponentially when you include Divisions II and III, the majority of 1,100 schools under the NCAA's umbrella. There's no fair way to lump them all together or treat them all the same.