Athletics

Grand Canyon University Joins Western Athletic Conference

‘For-profit’ just a business model when it comes to college sports

Could the admission of Grand Canyon University (Ariz.) into the Western Athletic Conference help change the perception of for-profits among the higher education community?

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Central Michigan University Adds Women's Golf, Lacrosse Teams

In two years, Central Michigan University will field its first women's golf team.

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Maryland Mulls Response To ACC Lawsuit

Former Maryland athletic director Debbie Yow and delegate Pat McDonough question value of conference shift

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Faculty Want More Say On University Of Michigan Athletics

Faculty Want More Say On University Of Michigan Athletics

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Rutgers Joins Big Ten's Academic Arm

Two weeks after its athletic teams joined the Big Ten, Rutgers University has accepted an invitation to join the sports conference's academic arm.

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U Of West Alabama Board Approves $1.5 Million For Athletic Facility Upgrades

University of West Alabama officials say work will begin soon to upgrade key athletic facilities on the school's 600-acre campus.

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For-Profit University’s Shift to Division I Stokes Debate

College sports fans should soon be able to buy stock in a Division I program.

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Firing a Coach, at a Price, With Little Evidence the Move Pays Off

For an especially lucrative occupation, one might consider becoming a fired college football coach.

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Duct Tape, Underwear And Pillow Pets: How The Block M Is Generating Millions For The University Of Michigan

University of Michigan raked in $6 million in licensing revenue from June 2011 to July 2012, and it didn't all come from hoodies and T-shirts.

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