Ruling Dings N.C.A.A., but It Keeps Rule-Making Power

The narrow ruling was not quite the blow that the critics of college sports had hoped would bring the system crashing down. News & more most reading Infos >> Ukraine RussiaUkraine Russia Infos

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N.C.A.A. Chief, Pressured by State Laws, Pushes to Let Athletes Cash In

Five states are poised to allow college athletes to profit from their fame starting on July 1, and the N.C.A.A.’s leader says the association is preparing to respond. News & more most reading Infos >> […]

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Stanford Wins N.C.A.A. Women’s Basketball Title for First Time in 29 Years

The Cardinal survived a game against in-conference rival Arizona and a season that left them without a home for nine weeks amid the pandemic. News & more most reading Infos >> Ukraine RussiaUkraine Russia Infos

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Women’s Basketball Is a Renewed Flashpoint for an Embattled N.C.A.A.

Women’s college basketball has followed a similar competitive arc to the men’s game. But nearly 50 years after Title IX, it is still struggling for full acceptance in college sports. News & more most reading […]

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Arizona Shocks UConn and Storms to the N.C.A.A. Title Game

The Wildcats dominated the top-seeded Huskies and advanced to their first appearance in the women’s final. They will meet Stanford on Sunday. News & more most reading Infos >> Ukraine RussiaUkraine Russia Infos

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