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Little Rock, Arkansas, to Host 2021–2023 NJCAA Football Championships

The NJCAA, along with the Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau and Arkansas Parks, Heritage and Tourism, has announced the Arkansas destination as the location for the 2021, 2022, and 2023 NJCAA Football Championships at War Memorial Stadium. The 2021 championship is scheduled for June 5 and will be televised nationally by CBS Sports Network. […]

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Populous Unveils Georgia Tech Baseball Renovations

Populous, in association with Collins Cooper Carusi, has recently completed and unveiled the second phase of renovations at Georgia Tech’s recently renamed Mac Nease Baseball Park at Russ Chandler Stadium. The second phase, at a cost of $10 million, includes a new entry plaza plus Champions Hall, a two-story, multipurpose gathering space for fans on the […]

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North Dakota State wide receiver Phoenix Sproles (11) smiles after scoring a touchdown during the first half of the FCS championship game against James Madison on January 20, 2020 in Frisco, Texas. (AP Photo/Sam Hodde)

NCAA Opens Spring Bidding for Lacrosse, Tennis and FCS Football

The NCAA has opened up for bidding additional spring championship events that were rescheduled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, including preliminary rounds for the 2021 Football Championship Subdivision playoffs. The Division I Football Oversight Committee will identify up to 16 potential hosts and then select eight first-round hosts from those preapproved sites. The quarterfinal and […]

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USTA, ITA Agree on College Tennis Strategic Alliance

The United States Tennis Association and Intercollegiate Tennis Association will embark on a strategic alliance that formalizes the two organizations’ collaboration to strengthen and elevate collegiate tennis. One of the partnership’s highlights is a new local and regional competition model that will connect American juniors, college and entry-level professional players. These new tournaments will be […]

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Florida State celebrates their victory over North Carolina in the NCAA women's soccer championship game in Cary, North Carolina, on December 2, 2018. (AP Photo/Ben McKeown)

NCAA Division I Men’s, Women’s Soccer Championships Heading to Cary, North Carolina

The Division I Men’s and Women’s Soccer Championships will have both of its tournaments in the Cary, North Carolina, area this spring after the fall season was delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic. The decision will bring 48 women’s teams and 36 men’s teams to the region and allows the tournaments to be held with minimal […]

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2022 Women’s Final Four Logo Revealed

The 2022 NCAA Women’s Final Four logo has been unveiled as Minneapolis prepares to host the event for the first time since 1995. Games will be staged April 1 and April 3 at the Target Center. The University of Minnesota, Twin Cities and Minnesota Sports and Events will serve as co-hosts. “Our women’s basketball community […]

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Regional sites selected for 2021 Postseason WNIT

Four sites have been named as regional hosts for the Postseason WNIT, which will be modified into a 32-team tournament for 2021 with participants announced on March 15 after the bracket for the NCAA Women’s Division I Tournament is released. The four hosts are Bojangles Coliseum in Charlotte, North Carolina; Wilkerson-Greines Activity Center in Fort […]

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Jenny Carnes and Lynn Holzman: How the NCAA Will Host the Women’s Basketball Tournament in San Antonio

Women’s basketball is one of the biggest growth markets in the sports event industry. The NCAA Women’s Division I Basketball Tournament has been one of the best showcases for women’s sports each year and this March’s event will be no different. Held in a controlled environment in San Antonio, the tournament — in addition to […]

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University of Florida Unveils New Baseball Stadium

The University of Florida has debuted its new baseball stadium, which replaces McKethan Stadium that the Gators had called home since 1949. The Populous-designed Florida Ballpark at Alfred A. McKethan Field is a $65 million project that will serve as home to the team that started the season ranked No. 1 in most national polls. […]

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Dan Gavitt: Planning the NCAA Men’s Tournament in Indianapolis

The NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament is one of the biggest events on the sports calendar each year. But last March, as college basketball conferences were about to start their postseason tournaments, the coronavirus began to sweep throughout the United States and forced the cancellation of the 2020 event. This year the tournament will […]

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