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NCAA Unveils 2024 Women’s Final Four Logo for Cleveland

Highlighting many of the iconic features and colors representative of Cleveland and the state of Ohio, the 2024 NCAA Women’s Final Four logo has been unveiled. Designed by Section 127 in Indianapolis, the 2024 Women’s Final Four logo includes numerous Cleveland landmarks and Ohio tributes in the logo design. The color palette includes different shades […]

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NCAA Announces Governor Charlie Baker as Next President

The NCAA has named Charlie Baker, the governor of Massachusetts, as its next president effective March 2023 to replace the retiring Mark Emmert. Baker, a Republican who has been governor since January 2015, played power forward for Harvard’s basketball team during the 1977-78 season, but has no previous collegiate administrative experience. Baker’s term as Governor […]

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NCAA Announces Sites for Future Men’s Final Fours

The Men’s Final Four will be heading to Las Vegas for the first time in 2028 as the NCAA announced the host cities for the Final Four for the next bid cycle of 2027 through 2030. Also awarded Final Fours were Detroit (2027), Indianapolis (2029) and Dallas/Arlington (2030). Atlanta, Dallas, Detroit, Indianapolis, Las Vegas, Minneapolis […]

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The 2022 NCAA Women's Championship Game in Minneapolis was played in front of a sellout crowd as South Carolina beat UConn for its second national title. Photo by Matt Traub / SportsTravel

NCAA Announces Sites for Future Women’s Final Fours

Four past hosts and one new location will host the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Final Four from 2027 through 2031, the NCAA announced on Monday morning. Columbus, Ohio, will host in 2027 followed by Indianapolis in 2028. San Antonio will host in 2029 with first-time host Portland, Oregon, in 2030. Dallas will host in […]

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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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USC running back Vavae Malepeai runs into the end zone for a touchdown against UCLA during the second half of a college football game on November 23, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)
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Sports and COVID-19: The Impact on the Sports-Event Industry

The coronavirus outbreak has forced difficult decisions for the sports-event industry. Here is a look at where things stand. Click here for the latest on COVID-19’s Effect on the Sports-Event Industry. TENNIS: Unvaccinated Novak Djokovic Withdraws from U.S. Open Posted: Thursday, August 25 With the final Grand Slam of the tennis season about to start […]

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The nine Pac-12 softball teams will compete in the inaugural conference championship tournament in 2023.

Arizona to Host Inaugural Pac-12 Softball Championship in 2023

The University of Arizona’s Hillenbrand Stadium will host the inaugural Pac-12 Softball Championship, scheduled to take place May 10–13, 2023. Teams will play once per day at the 2023 Pac-12 Softball Championship. The four-day event will begin with a play-in game between the eighth and ninth-place teams in the regular-season standings. That winner will advance […]

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Stanford forward Erica McCall and South Carolina forward A'ja Wilson jump for the opening tip during a NCAA Women's Final Four game on March 31, 2017 in Dallas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Women’s Final Four Future Host Finalists Unveiled

Seven cities, including two first-time bidders, are among the finalists to host future editions of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Final Four from 2027 through 2031. The finalists include Columbus, Ohio (Nationwide Arena); Dallas (American Airlines Center); Indianapolis (Gainbridge Fieldhouse); Portland, Oregon (Moda Center); Sacramento, California (Golden 1 Center); San Antonio (Alamodome); and Tampa, Florida (Amalie […]

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The National Collegiate Women’s Wrestling Championships (NCWWC) will move to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, for three years, starting in 2023.

National Collegiate Women’s Wrestling Championships Move to Cedar Rapids

The National Collegiate Women’s Wrestling Championships has found a new home. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and the Alliant Energy PowerHouse will host the 2023–2025 events, the first time the NCWWC has taken place in the city. “Cedar Rapids is excited to welcome the top collegiate women’s wrestlers from across the country for the National Championships in […]

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Boston to Host 2024 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships

The NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track and Field Championships in 2024 will be held at the TRACK at new balance at Boston Landing in Brighton, Massachusetts, in partnership with New Balance, Boston College and UMass Lowell. The event will bring 400 of the best track-and-field student-athletes to Boston for the two-day competition, […]

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