• SCOTUS changes rules on NCAA compensation

    The US Supreme Court changed the rules on college sports Monday, determining that student athletes can be compensated, somewhat — a decision that comes as college sports is facing a massive shift. This particular decision clearing the way for some education-related payments may not lead to massive contracts for Division 1 recruits to major sports, but it is a […]

  • Palm Springs Power searching for host families for Summer athletes

    The Palm Springs Power Baseball organization is searching for host families to house some of the 2021 Summer athletes and interns. Players spend approximately three months in Palm Springs away from their families and universities and are unable to have paying jobs. The Foundation provides pre and post game meals for all players, housing for […]

  • Athletes at the Tokyo Olympics will not need a vaccine to participate

    Athletes and officials will not be required to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in order to take part in this year’s Tokyo Games, organizers announced on Wednesday. It comes as the International Olympic Committee (IOC) published its first version of the Tokyo 2020 “Playbook” which outlines the rules and safety regulations that will be put in place later this […]

  • Pac-12 Football to resume beginning of November

    The Pac-12 Conference voted Thursday to return to play college football this fall. Beginning November 6, each team in the Pac-12 will play seven conference-only games, with the championship game scheduled for December 18. The vote marks a reversal from the conference’s previous stance, as they officially voted to postpone fall sports back in August, along […]

  • Athletes Speak Out on Social Media for Breonna Taylor

      Athletes have been advocating for justice…specifically for Breonna Taylor…and after the news this morning that the officers involved in her death are not going to be punished by the state of Kentucky, they continued to speak on their frustrations via social media. These athletes have been advocating for police reform and social justice all […]

  • Naomi Osaka pulls out of tennis tournament over ‘continued genocide of Black people’

    Following what she called the “continued genocide of Black people,” Naomi Osaka pulled out of the Western & Southern Open in New York because there are “much more important matters at hand” than watching her play tennis. After the tweet from the world’s highest-paid female athlete, the US Open warmup announced there would be no play Thursday before […]

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