NCBA

National Club Baseball Association World Series Coming to Alton, Illinois

The National Club Baseball Association World Series will take place in Alton, Illinois, in 2023 and 2024. The Division II NCBA will hold the annual tournament May 19–23, 2023, at Lloyd Hopkins Field at Gordon Moore Park. Eight regional tournaments take place in early May around the country and the winners advance to the World […]

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CFPLosAngeles

College Football Playoff Expands to 12 Teams in 2024 Season

The College Football Playoff has announced it will expand to a 12-team event starting in 2024 after the Rose Bowl agreed to amend its contract for the 2024 and 2025 seasons, which was the last hurdle CFP officials needed cleared to triple the size of what is now a four-team format. The first round of […]

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PCB Baseball

PCB College Baseball Classic Field Announced

Publix Sports Park will host 16 junior college baseball teams in the second annual Panama City Beach College Baseball Classic in Florida scheduled for February 3–5. The three-day preseason tournament features seven teams that finished the 2022 season ranked in the top 20 nationally wth three players in last year’s tournament selected in the first […]

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NWCA

2024 National Collegiate Wrestling Association Championships & Convention

Status The bid deadline is March 1, 2023 Event History 2022–2016: Allen, TX 2015: Kissimmee, FL Inside Track The National Collegiate Wrestling Championships and Convention will attract some of the best college athletes in the country from over 160 major universities like Georgia, Iowa State, Yale and UCLA to smaller colleges like Apprentice and Grays […]

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FISU

South Korea Wins 2027 World University Games Bid over North Carolina

Chungcheong, South Korea, was awarded the 2027 FISU World University Games by the organization’s executive committee over the weekend by a 14-7 vote over the Triad Region of North Carolina. “FISU offers its sincere congratulations to Chungcheong. Korea has a proud tradition of university sport and will, I am sure, be an ideal place for the world’s […]

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USOPC NFF

Team USA Collegiate Awards Partner With NFF Annual Awards Dinner

The United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee’s Team USA Collegiate Recognition Awards will be recognized in Las Vegas in conjunction with the 64th NFF Annual Awards Dinner Presented by Las Vegas in December at the Bellagio Resort & Casino for the first time The 2022 collegiate recognition awards will honor leaders from the top three […]

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SEC Women’s Soccer Pensacola

SEC Soccer Tournament Breaks Attendance Record in Pensacola

Pensacola, Florida’s first time hosting the 2022 Southeastern Conference Women’s Soccer Tournament featured upset wins, overtime games and record-breaking crowds at Ashton Brosnaham Park. With more than 10,000 spectators attending, the tournament broke attendance records for the SEC’s 37-year history of hosting championship women’s soccer. “Pensacola really showed up to cheer on these talented student-athletes, […]

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TEAMSWomensCollegeWorldSeries
From left: Michael Gett, Aubree Munro, Cheryl Bond and Adam Wisniewski detail the rise of the Women's College World Series in Oklahoma City. Photo by Jared Wickerham

TEAMS ’22: Detailing the Rise of the Women’s College World Series

The NCAA Women’s College World Series has become one of the most-watched softball tournaments in the world and in 2022, it set an all-time attendance record at USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City. But that growth hasn’t come by accident. At the TEAMS Conference & Expo/USOPC SportsLink Educational Session “The Women’s College […]

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Sun Belt

Three Sun Belt Conference Championships Headed to Foley, Alabama

Three Sun Belt Conference Championships are heading to Foley, Alabama, in the next three weeks. Foley Sports Tourism will be welcoming the cross country, women’s soccer, and volleyball championships, as well as four new teams in their inaugural seasons with the Sun Belt. The cross country championships kick things off October 29 at Graham Creek […]

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CoachesvRacism

Coaches Versus Racism to Host HBCU Roundball Classic in Houston

Coaches vs. Racism, a national non-profit, will host its second annual HBCU Roundball Classic on December 13 and December 17 in Houston, highlighted by a series of HBCU programs going up against teams including the University of Houston and Texas Tech University. “Coaches Vs. Racism was built to shine a spotlight on systemic racism and […]

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