By: Christina Pici, Staff Writer California’s Fair Pay to Play Act, scheduled to go into effect on January 1, 2023, will make it illegal for California colleges and universities to deny their student athletes the ability to hire agents or gain any form of compensation for the use of their […]
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By Elizabeth Fitch, Staff Writer “College basketball has been dirty for a long time, and now here is the proof. In devastating detail.”Just how dirty? The current NCAA basketball corruption trial is working to expose the worst-kept secret in college sports: coaches, players and multi-billion-dollar corporations engaging in federal […]
By Joseph Murphy (L’98), Senior Attorney We have all heard the tragedy of the young star athlete who dies on the field from an unknown or undiagnosed heart condition. In many cases, this reflects a lack of understanding, or reluctance to admit, that many of these deaths are the product […]
By Katherine Mannion, Staff Writer A cornerstone of NCAA athletics has been the staunch enforcement of the amateurism of its athletes. The NCAA’s Division I handbook dedicates almost 30 pages to the concept, defining the ins and outs of where athletes can and cannot be paid before and during […]
By George Pappas, Staff Writer The craze of March Madness has come to an end. Brackets have been busted. (Mine included; thanks, Duke.) There have been excitement galore. From one of the biggest upsets in the history of women’s sports, Mississippi State ended UConn’s 111-game win streak, and North […]
NCAA Drug Testing Policies and Student-Athlete’s Privacy Rights By Catie McKay, Staff Writer The world of collegiate athletics is full of privilege, prestige, and power. No matter the level or sport of choice to compete in, athletes subject themselves to the requirements and rules decided upon by the National Collegiate […]