NCAA

On Tuesday, basketball extraordinaire LeBron James had some choice words for the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The NCAA is currently under FBI investigation for corruption. Athletes from more than 20 Division I men’s basketball programs are allegedly breaking NCAA rules due to illegal recruiting, and many of the sport’s top players and coaches could face punishment. […]

Just days after the repeal of House Bill 2, the NCAA Board of Governors voted “reluctantly” to consider allowing North Carolina to serve as host to various conference championship bids. In a statement issued Tuesday, the NCAA indicated that championships previously awarded to the state for the 2017-2018 season will be honored. Site selections are […]

Congrats to the University of South Carolina Women Basketball Team for winning the NCAA tournament for the first time ever! They took down Mississippi State 67-55, after Mississippi State made history of their own, ending UConn’s 111-game winning streak, earlier in the finals.  The men’s last dance is tonight, pitting Gonzaga against Carolina.  This is Gonzaga’s first time in […]

A seventh grader from Charlotte correctly predicted the teams that made it to the Final Four in the NCAA tournament.

Few are pleased with the comprises made by North Carolina's GOP lawmakers and Democratic governor.

The field of the 79th Final Four is set and the national semifinals will go down in Glendale, Ariz., on Saturday, pitting South Carolina against Gonzaga and Oregon versus North Carolina. The winners will play for the N.C.A.A. title the following Monday night. Seventh-seeded South Carolina and top-seeded Gonzaga, are making thier first Final Four appearances. […]

The NCAA announced yesterday that it has relocated seven championship events — including early rounds of the men’s basketball tournament scheduled for Greensboro — because of a controversial state law, HB2.  HB2 blocks anti-discrimination protections and requires people to use bathrooms corresponding to their birth gender rather than the sex they identify with. Two schools […]

Ain’t nobody going back to Indiana if they keep this up. Several African Americans have come out against the state of Indiana’s “Religious Freedom Act,”…

Three black coeds swept the 100 yard freestyle the 2015 Women’s Division I NCAA Championship this weekend—making history, reports NBC blk. The two top spots…

This month, most American universities and colleges with popular athletic programs will proudly watch thousands of students walk across a stage, shake hands with academic…

The Obama administration continues its push toward uninsured Americans to sign up for health insurance via the Affordable Care Act. With the popular NCAA Men’s…