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5 Underrepresented Sports in the NCAA
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5 Underrepresented Sports in the NCAA

By Daley Craft|March 29, 2022

College sports fans primarily follow sports such as football, basketball, volleyball, and soccer closely. Many of these games are regularly televised and playoffs are widely watched. College football playoffs and...

Parity: Why Women’s Basketball Is More Unpredictable
Elevating Women's Basketball
Parity: Why Women’s Basketball Is More Unpredictable

By Chloe Singer|March 25, 2022

For over a decade, women’s college basketball has been associated with Geno Auriemma’s University of Connecticut squad. With stars such as Sue Bird, Diana Taurasi, Maya Moore, Breanna Stewart, and...

The Decline of Men’s Swimming and Diving in the NCAA
Declining Sports in the NCAA
The Decline of Men’s Swimming and Diving in the NCAA

By Kyle Haflich|March 21, 2022

It seems like every week you see another NCAA team getting cut. There is one common attribute with every sport that gets cut in the NCAA: the fact that it...

Where Title IX and the NIL collide
Equal Opportunity?
Where Title IX and the NIL collide

By Chloe Singer|March 18, 2022

The approval of the Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) policy has granted student-athletes greater financial autonomy. In recent months, the conversations around NIL have shifted from the business of student-athletes...

NIL Opportunity or Inducement?
Money Talk
NIL Opportunity or Inducement?

By Katie Lever, M.A.|March 15, 2022

There’s recently been some controversy regarding college athletes’ name, image, and likeness activity. Some of the deals athletes are signing are organized by boosters and could potentially sway athletes’ decisions...

Why Women Are Now Included in March Madness
Basketball
Why Women Are Now Included in March Madness

By Chloe Singer|March 15, 2022

For years, March Madness has represented the excitement, skill, and unpredictability of men’s college basketball. This year, for the first time, the hype will apply to both the Men’s and...

How Does the NCAA Medical Redshirt Work?
Got Injured?
How Does the NCAA Medical Redshirt Work?

By Ashton Grenon|March 14, 2022

You’ve been recruited to play the sport that you love at the collegiate level, but you’ve also suffered an injury that may hinder your performance or cause you to miss...

Emerging NCAA Sports
Underappreciated Sports
Emerging NCAA Sports

By Catherine Light|March 10, 2022

The NCAA has a plethora of opportunities for athletes to pursue their sport at the next level. They are even adding to that list with numerous entries to the official...

How Universities Are Equipping Athletes with NIL​​ Tools
NIL Advantage
How Universities Are Equipping Athletes with NIL​​ Tools

By Celeste Gutierrez|March 8, 2022

Almost a full year into the name, image, and likeness era, it seems as though we’ve seen it all. College football players signing million-dollar deals, female athletes partnering with Gatorade,...

The Disintegration of the NCAA: The Price of Rejecting National Governance
NCAA Governance
The Disintegration of the NCAA: The Price of Rejecting National Governance

By Lilia Farach|March 1, 2022

2aDays partnered with the Drake Group to host a webinar on the disintegration of the NCAA, during which panelists discussed various issues for institutions, college athletes, coaches, and more.  The...

The Dystopia of Real-World College Athletics: Why I Wrote Surviving the Second Tier
Challenging NCAA Policy
The Dystopia of Real-World College Athletics: Why I Wrote Surviving the Second Tier

By Katie Lever, M.A.|February 22, 2022

As someone who writes about college sports on a regular basis, I wish so badly that I could stop writing about the topics the college sports industry compels me to...

NCAA vs NAIA
Which Athletic Association Should You Target?
NCAA vs NAIA

By Paramveer Chohan|February 3, 2022

If you want to play sports at a 4-year college, you have two options: NCAA or NAIA. These are the two governing bodies of college sports. The NCAA has three...

Women Who Have Made Sports History: Donna Lopiano
Women Who Broke Boundaries in "Boys Only" Sports
Women Who Have Made Sports History: Donna Lopiano

By Jaime Evers|February 2, 2022

For National Girls and Women in Sports Day, we are starting a weekly series where we will publish interviews with astounding women in sports every Wednesday. This week’s guest is...

Should a School’s Brand Deal Influence Where Recruits Commit?
NIL and Recruiting
Should a School’s Brand Deal Influence Where Recruits Commit?

By Macy McHale|January 31, 2022

Three main athletic apparel brands dominate the NCAA Division I landscape: Nike, Adidas, and Under Armour. Although schools will transition between these three brands occasionally, they remain the three primary...

What Makes a School Division I?
Should You Be DI or Bust?
What Makes a School Division I?

By Olivia Horgan|January 26, 2022

Many athletes want to focus on the Division I label when they’re being recruited, but sometimes the main difference is just that label. Did you know that in many schools,...

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