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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Kansas Football
HNTB has created renderings of what the new David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium will look like.

University of Kansas Plans Football Renovation Project

The University of Kansas is moving forward with a development project to create a north gateway to campus that includes new multi-use space and renovated football facilities. The project includes major upgrades to David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium — one of the nation’s oldest football venues — to create a better experience for fans as […]

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Dalton State to Host 2024 NAIA Men’s Golf National Championship

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics has selected Dalton State (Georgia) as the host of the 2024 NAIA Men’s Golf National Championship at the Dalton Golf and Country Club in Dalton. Dalton State is a first time host of the event. The 2024 NAIA Men’s Golf National Championship is scheduled for May 21-24. The 2023 […]

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Durham Bulls Athletic Park
Durham Bulls Athletic Park has played host to the ACC Baseball Championship 10 times previously, most recently in 2019.

ACC Baseball Championship Returning to Durham Bulls Athletic Park

The Atlantic Coast Conference and Durham Bulls have announced the ACC Baseball Championship will return to Durham Bulls Athletic Park in 2023. The 12-team tournament will be held next May 23–28. The city of Durham has hosted the ACC Baseball Championship 12 times previously, including seven of the past 13 tournaments. “There’s terrific excitement surrounding […]

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WNIT Johnna Pointer

Johnna Pointer Hired as Primary Director for Preseason and Postseason WNIT

Triple Crown Sports and the Women’s National Invitation Tournament have announced the hiring of Johnna Pointer as primary director of the Preseason and Postseason WNIT. Pointer’s basketball experience includes time as a player and coach. She played for legendary coach Jody Conradt at the University of Texas, earning all-Southwest Conference honors for two seasons, before […]

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Tennessee, Gonzaga Set to Meet at Legends of Basketball Classic

The Tennessee and Gonzaga men’s basketball programs, both of which project as preseason top-10 teams heading into the 2022-2023 season, will play in the inaugural Legends of Basketball Classic charity exhibition game on October 28, at the Comerica Center in Frisco, Texas. The game is set for 9 p.m. ET. Proceeds will benefit the McLendon […]

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New Ryan Field

Northwestern Unveils Plans for New Football Stadium

Northwestern University has released renderings for a new football stadium to replace the current 97-year-old structure. The new Ryan Field will be funded entirely with private dollars. The proposed design includes a more intimate setting with a capacity of 35,000, 12,000 fewer than the current Ryan Field, with a state-of-the-art canopy designed to focus noise […]

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Horizon League

Horizon League Basketball Championships to Stay in Indianapolis

The Horizon League and the Indiana State Fair Commission have announced an extension of their partnership that will keep Indianapolis and the Indiana Farmers Coliseum as the home of the Horizon League Basketball Championships through 2026. “This is an exciting day for the Horizon League as we extend our partnership with the Indiana State Fair […]

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Toscano Family Ice Forum

UConn Hockey Arena to be Named Toscano Family Ice Forum

The new state-of-the-art ice hockey arena being constructed at UConn will be named the Toscano Family Ice Forum in recognition of University Board of Trustees chairman Dan Toscano and his family. The naming of the new arena in Storrs, Connecticut, which will have a total capacity of 2,600, is contingent on final approval by the […]

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ACC

Atlantic Coast Conference to Move Headquarters to Charlotte

The Atlantic Coast Conference Board of Directors has announced that the conference office will relocate its headquarters to Charlotte, North Carolina, in 2023. The conference had numerous criteria which Charlotte met, including location within the Eastern Time zone, population size with positive growth trends, growth and diversity of population and access to a large hub […]

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