The former volleyball player is the first female athlete from the university to sue over recent hazing. It's the latest lawsuit over alleged hazing in the school's athletic programs.
A newly released report shows men's college athletic programs received more than double that of women's programs in allocated resources in 2020.
Georgia voters could decide in November whether they want to allow betting on sports and horse racing, as well casino gambling. A state House committee on Monday passed a proposed constitutional amendment, as well as a bill that would legalize sports betting on college and pro sports.
Howard slapped a Wisconsin assistant coach Sunday after Michigan lost a men's college basketball game. The Big Ten suspended Howard for five games.
Thomas, a 22-year-old trans woman, placed first in three freestyle events at this week's Ivy League Women's Swimming and Diving Championships at Harvard University. Next stop: NCAA championships.
Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) goes far beyond the NFL. Everyday men and women worry they have the fatal disease, and they've turned to questionable brain products for help.
As college athletes nationwide rush to ink individual sponsorship deals under a new NCAA policy, North Carolina is the first to say it will license players in groups alongside school trademarks.
Pat Chambers resigned after the university said it investigated new allegations of inappropriate conduct. In July, a Black former player said Chambers referenced "noose" around the player's neck.
The NCAA Division I Council voted to push the start date back two weeks from Nov. 10, saying most of its schools will have ended in-person classes for the fall semester by then, reducing exposures.
The Big Ten, which includes Michigan and Ohio State, and the Pac-12, which includes Stanford and USC, put off playing college sports this fall as confirmed virus cases in the U.S. rise.
"If there is to be college sports in the fall, we need to get a much better handle on the pandemic," said NCAA President Mark Emmert.
The Ivy League has put all sports on hold until at least January, while Stanford plans to discontinue 11 of its 36 varsity programs after this academic year.