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The Gophers outhit the Longhorns .394 to .190 in the third with only two errors compared the Longhorn's five. Samedy is up to 17 kills, a usual stat line for the star, Jenna Wenaas is up to eight kills and Landfair chipped in nine.

Here is the first NCAA Division I Men’s Cross Country National Coaches’ Poll of the 2021 fall season, which was released on Tuesday afternoon by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (We probably don’t need to say “fall season,” but there was a “spring season” a.k.a. the delayed 2020 campaign earlier this year, after all).

The court’s verdict came down on June 21. By June 30, the NCAA had adopted a temporary set of rules that basically instructed schools to set their own individual NIL policies and guidelines. The very next day on July 1, according to ESPN, the new rules took effect and the first athletes began signing NIL contracts just minutes after the stroke of midnight.

SB 26, authored by state Sens. Skinner and Steven Bradford (D-Gardena), received unanimous votes in both houses of the California Legislature in August. The measure would also apply the Fair Pay to Play Act to the state's community colleges, in addition to expanding athlete compensation to include earnings from their athletic reputation.

Casas has been a star throughout his three-year career in College Station but really elevated his game to a new level as a junior, sweeping his individual events at the NCAA Championships with victories in the men’s 100 backstroke, 200 backstroke and 200 individual medley. That made Casas one of just two swimmers to go three-for-three individually at the meet, with the other being Cal’s Ryan Hoffer, who graduated after last season.

Grand Valley State will start the season as the top-ranked team after receiving five first-place votes. Defending champions and second-ranked Colorado School of Mines received three first-place votes, followed by third-ranked Adams State, fourth-ranked Chico State and fifth-ranked Western Colorado.

It's also worth noting that numerous Nevada players from the 1990s and early 2000s hold FBS passing and receiving records, so Van Dyke's record might be a case of the right player in the right system in the right era, which is why it may never be topped.

Capacity at 2020-21 NCAA championship events for 13 Division I sports along with attendance at the same events in 2018-19 and the difference

“College athletes and recruiters can now make money off of activities like endorsements, autograph signings, and personal appearances,” said Megan Ayala, a fitness and health expert with the blog Patricia and Carolyn. “I think from a financial standpoint, it is an effective policy that can help college athletes to support themselves and their passion. They can take advantage of this new policy substantially as they can monetize their social media accounts and participate in advertising campaigns. Players will be able to become more professional in their field and the game can be made more interesting now.”

Things are moving so quickly, in fact, that it has a Wild West kind of feel where the law seems to be one step behind the money.

“Colleges and universities are scrambling to figure out how to comply and enforce the new NIL rules, and there are some legal questions to consider as well,” Parron said. “For instance, will universities allow athletes to profit from a team’s logo? In some cases, universities are discussing a 50/50 merchandising split.”

CC McGraw has been a big reason for the Gophers success this match but especially in the third set. She has been keeping them alive play after play. She notched seven of her 18 digs in the third set. Melani Shaffmaster, the Gopher's sophomore setter, is up to 29 assists and one kill, but a good one. Check it out ⬇️

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The national leader in receiving yards per game during the 2020 season was Ole Miss' consensus All-American wide receiver Elijah Moore, who averaged 149.1 yards per game. That's roughly what Nevada's Alex Van Dyke averaged during his two-year career Nevada. Just look at Moore's freshman (36.2 receiving yards per game) and sophomore (70.8 yards per game) seasons to see that it took Moore time (and potentially a coaching change to offensive mind Lane Kiffin) for him to develop into a receiver who could average that many yards per game.

Gymnastics was also the only sport competed at the same level for women and men8 in which attendance at the men’s championship was limited to just friends and family but public tickets were sold for the women’s championship.

Not only is it remarkable that Burleson didn't reach the end zone that day, but in his previous game, he didn't catch a single pass, and in the game after he set this record, he had a pedestrian four catches for 23 yards. Good luck figuring out exactly what happened in November 2001 and why.

For her efforts, Devitt was also named NJAC Female Athlete of the year last month. She graduated with a 3.95 GPA while earning a degree in accounting.

In baseball and softball, both the College World Series and Women’s College World Series allowed full capacity — and both events set attendance records. (Of course, the venue for the CWS holds almost twice as many fans as the WCWS venue to begin with.) Even with one of its teams forced to forfeit because of a COVID-19 outbreak, the CWS still welcomed fans to the stands, setting all-time records for total attendance (361,711), finals attendance (72,226) and championship-deciding-game attendance (24,052).

The Lakers, who finished fourth at the 2019 NCAA Division II Cross Country Championships, return five of their seven athletes from two years ago, including three All-Americans in Tanner Chada (24th), Noah Steffen (27th) and Ben Zaremba (34th). The Lakers will also welcome back Enael Woldemichael, a sixth place finisher at the 2018 NCAA Division II Cross Country Championships. Although he is no stranger on the track, Isaac Harding will have his cross country debut for the Lakers. Harding finished 44th individually at the 2019 NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships while at Michigan.

In order for this record to be topped, it would take a pair of quarterbacks — likely future NFL starters — to average roughly 700 passing yards apiece. That's not happening.

Some people like to view the kick as a fluke, that mystical powers were at work that day, that the wind gave the ball extra life — anything to sell Johansson's achievement short.

After the conclusion of the 2020-2021 collegiate season, Casas was arrested for public intoxication in early May, just six weeks out of the U.S. Olympic Trials. Casas ended up finishing third in the men’s 100 backstroke at Trials in a time of 52.76, four one-hundredths shy of his best time and less than three-tenths outside of an Olympic berth. The McAllen, Texas native also placed sixth in the 200 back. He entered the meet as the 2nd seed in the 100 back and 3rd seed in the 200 back.

This Big 12 shootout, which ended in a 66-59 win for Oklahoma, featured a future NFL MVP and Super Bowl champion (Mahomes) and a future Heisman Trophy winner and No. 1 pick in the NFL draft (Mayfield), the former of whom is arguably a generational talent at the position and the latter of whom was named the best player in the country one year later. It was potentially a perfect storm of a conference (Big 12) and its offensive philosophy (the air raid and spread offenses), a startling lack of defense (each team finished with 854 yards of offense) and two special quarterbacks.

Boycotting Texas is the least the NCAA could do, especially after last month’s study proved that they have been holding back women’s sports. Check this out from the executive summary of the NCAA’s External Gender Equity Review:

“This extreme Texas law blatantly violates the constitutional right established under Roe v. Wade and upheld as precedent for nearly half a century,” President Joe Biden said in a statement.

His 2020-21 collegiate season also included winning a pair of individual SEC titles in the men’s 200 back and 200 IM, adding a third-place finish in the 100 fly.

The end of the fourth set certainly had us all on the edge of our seats. The set was tied at 18, then tied at 20, before the Longhorns notched three in a row with an Eggleston block and Philips kill and to take a 23-20 lead. Philips has been an unbelievable weapon for the Longhorns tonight, posting a career high 13 kills on .458 hitting.

It's almost unfathomable to see a stat line of 12 receptions, 326 yards, 27.2 yards per reception and...zero touchdowns. Burleson's effort against San Jose State ranks tied for eighth all-time in single-game receiving yards and yet, he never made it to the end zone. In fact, he only scored two touchdowns in 2001, despite finishing the season with 53 receptions and 737 receiving yards.

NAU returns five athletes from their championship team this past March, including two top-10 finishers in Nico Young (fourth) and Abdihamid Nur (seventh). Nur had a sensational outdoor season for the Lumberjacks, finishing third in the final of the 10,000 meters at the 2021 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships in a PR of 27:42.73. With Nur, Young and the addition of Nebraska transfer George Kusche, who won the individual title at the 2020 Big Ten Cross Country Championships, NAU will have a stout top-3 at the front of the pack once again.

2021 was the first time that the entire women’s college basketball tournament was shown on national television. The women’s final was carried on ESPN, while the final of the men’s college basketball tournament was seen on CBS, America’s most-watched network for more than a decade. Even the Division II men’s national championship game was televised by CBS.6 Division I wrestling was televised by ESPN; women’s volleyball, however, was assigned to ESPN2.7

In March, I suggested that the NIT and the NCAA Women’s Tournament consider boycotting Texas after Gov. Greg Abbott lifted the mask mandate. Six months later I’m trying it again as Abbott is hellbent on risking the health and safety of millions of his citizens, and the future students and recruits that could be considering going to school in the state.

UTEP has been on the wrong end of several FBS records — former Houston quarterback Case Keenum holds the record for the most career passing yards gained against one opponent (1,882 yards against UTEP) and former TCU running back LaDainian Tomlinson has the record for career rushing yards against one opponent (788 yards against UTEP) — but the Miners are also in the FBS record book for positive reasons, too.

Each stop led to another significant point in his life. A girl in the stands caught his eye during a game, and he spent halftime using the 24 words of English he knew to acquire her phone number. He succeeded, and the pair dated for five to six months until he got a call.

SACRAMENTO — Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Tuesday night he signed a bill that accelerates the timing of California's collegiate athlete pay law, making it effective Wednesday instead of in 2023.

Forty-five years ago, Johansson kicked a 69-yard field goal against East Texas State, becoming the record-holder for the longest field goal in college football history.

“It’s very hard. I almost want to give people in positions of power a pass for the pandemic,” Jackson said. “But it should have already been established that NCAA championships needed to have gender equity as one of their guiding principles.”

Here is the preseason edition of the 2021 NCAA Division II Men’s Cross Country National Coaches’ Poll that was released Wednesday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).

It’s no secret that college sports are drenched in corporate cash — Capital One Orange Bowl or Goodyear Cotton Bowl, anyone? But with the exception of scholarships, none of that money ever filtered down to the student-athletes themselves. June 21 changed all that. Now, student-athletes in all three divisions can get paid for the use of their NIL — and the impact of the court’s ruling was as enormous as it was immediate.

Asking the NCAA to do right by women in a state that doesn’t care about its own is a tall order. The suggestion is a pipe dream at best, and delusional at worst. But, so was 2017 when the bathroom bill happened and the NCAA took tournament games away from a basketball-crazed state like North Carolina and put them in a football factory like South Carolina.

“At the Division III level, we’re seeing athletes get sponsorships and benefiting from those already,” said David Stone, an assistant track and field coach at Elmhurst University. “We are not capable of providing athletic scholarships in this division, so any extra benefits that can be provided to our student-athlete eases the burden of the cost of attendance.”

“The results have been cumulative, not only fostering skepticism and distrust about the sincerity of the NCAA’s commitment to gender equity, but also limiting the growth of women’s basketball and perpetuating a mistaken narrative that women’s basketball is destined to be a ‘money loser’ year after year.

Texas led almost the whole way in set 2, relying heavily on their star player, Logan Eggleston. This time around they outhit the Gophers .225 to .087. Eggleston leads with eight kills and Phillips has seven kills on .462 hitting efficiency. Four Texas players have over six kills.

At the Art Adamson Invite in November, where he set what remain his lifetime best times in the 200 IM and 100 back, Casas dropped a 1:36.62 200 back from the ‘B’ final despite showing up in a walking boot earlier in the day.

On June 21, the Supreme Court handed down a decision in Alston v. NCAA, an antitrust lawsuit that would forever change the nature of both higher education and sports marketing in America. The decision effectively ended the NCAA’s longstanding ban on players profiting from their names, images and likenesses (NIL).

“Opportunities are plentiful, as college athletes can now license and profit from their name, image, and likeness as well as launch their own merchandising companies,” Parron said. “Conservative estimates are that some All-American college athletes are earning as much as $500,000 to $1 million through social media marketing alone, including personalized video greetings, sponsored posts, and signing on as brand ambassadors for corporations.”

Mark your calendar for Saturday, November 20, as that will be the date of the 2021 NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships, held at Apalachee Regional Park in Tallahassee, Florida. This will be the first time in history that the meet will be contested in Florida.

Colorado School of Mines will return five athletes from its championship team two years ago, which include four All-Americans that recorded top-20 finishes – Kyle Moran (4th), Dylan Ko (7th), Luc Hagen (15th) and Jake Mitchem (20th). Luke Julian, Dillon Powell and Loic Scomparin are also expected to bolster this Oredigger lineup and keep them in contention to successfully defend their crown. The distance athletes shined on the track for the Orediggers during the 2021 season, as six of those men combined for a total of 10 First Team All-America honors between indoors and outdoors.

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The 2021 NCAA Division II Cross Country Championships are set for Saturday, November 20 at Abbey Golf Course in Tampa, Florida. A lot could happen between now and November, but if this is any indication of what could transpire, we have an exciting battle brewing for the national title.

In the 2022 NCAA Basketball recruiting class, there’s actually plenty of depth when it comes to true centers, even after original No. 1 overall prospect Jalen Duren reclassified to play for the Memphis Tigers this upcoming season.

The Longhorns picked up right where they left off in set 2 and utilized a tactic that they were known for last season: extremely tough serving. They proved to have a new serving weapon this year though, aside from just Eggleston. Melanie Parra has a wicked serve. She went on a 4-0 serving run to start the set before Samedy ended the run.

On July 29, ESPN reported that Alabama quarterback Bryce Young, who had yet to play a single game in his brand-new career, had signed $800,000 worth of NIL deals already and was poised to accept well over $1 million more.

Wilbert scored his long-anticipated touchdown. That didn't pressurize Johansson, but something peculiar peaked his adrenaline. Ten minutes before he and the Wildcats' special teams unit gathered at their own 41-yard line, Tony Franklin of Texas A&M kicked a 65-yard field goal (and a 64-yarder later in the game) against Baylor to take full ownership of the longest field goal in college football history.

The rising senior is also tied for sixth-fastest in history in the 50 back (20.61), which, although it’s not traditionally raced individually in collegiate competition, is another valuable asset potentially for the Longhorns on the 200 medley relay.

This marks the third NJAC NCAA Woman of the Year nominee in a row from TCNJ. Natalie Cooper was the honoree in 2019, while Elizabeth Morrison earned the recognition in 2018.

The NCAA’s Division III consists of schools that don’t offer athletic scholarships. For student-athletes at those schools, the new rule changes could mean the difference between being able to afford college or not.

All that being said, I can’t watch NCAA volleyball nor keep up with it online, which is problematic for VolleyballMag.com, since almost all of our content flows through me. I’m doing my best, but there’s no way to produce the NCAA start-of-season content you expect.

Shannon Devitt, a 2021 graduate of the TCNJ women's basketball team, has been selected as the NJAC's Nominee for NCAA Woman of the Year.

I live in Baton Rouge, which, compared to other parts of Louisiana, fared relatively well during and after Hurricane Ida. But I have no electricity, which means also no cable and no internet. Luckily we have a generator, an AC window unit, and are surviving OK. It is hot and humid, but it’s Louisiana in September.

UTEP AthleticsFormer UTEP quarterback Brooks Dawson once threw a touchdown on each of his first six attempts against New Mexico.

No one, of course, is arguing that local context should not be considered when enacting attendance protocols, or that these determinations aren’t being guided by current scientific understandings of the pandemic. However, the NCAA is duty-bound to make decisions in the best interest of its approved varsity sports, which presumably means making sometimes difficult choices to grow these opportunities for future competitors.9

Rooted in Title IX and directed by the NCAA Committee on Women's Athletics, the NCAA Woman of the Year program celebrates the accomplishments of female college athletes across all three NCAA Divisions.

Pressure from states, with California taking the lead and Florida, New York and New Jersey quickly piling on, led to the breakdown of that longstanding NCAA policy. The organization's unanimous vote last fall came after more than a decade of complaints and festering cynicism over the status of student athletes — who earn nothing while their colleges and coaches reap riches.

The fourth set was point-for-point when Parra headed back to the service line .. she has gone on some big-time serving runs for the Longhorns all match long. But Samedy picked up a big side out and kept the match tight. A big-time block from Jenna Wenaas for the Gophers tied it up at 13.

Of course, some records are literally unbreakable. It's impossible for someone to break Nevada punter Pat Brady's 99-yard punt without having a touchback, and similarly, no player will ever top the record of a 100-yard return of an extra-point attempt, which is held by eight different players. But we're putting these types of records off to the side, because they're unbreakable based on the size of the playing field and the rules of the game.

Shaine Casas, who won three titles at the 2021 Men’s NCAA Championships with the Texas A&M Aggies, informed teammates that he would be entering the transfer portal on Monday. A source later indicated that Casas is planning to join the University of Texas team with an eye toward both the remainder of his collegiate career and subsequent pro career.

Devitt is one of 152 conference-level honorees that are nominated for the prestigious NCAA Woman of the Year award. This year, 535 student-athletes from member institutions were nominated.

Here are the rest of the top-10 teams in the preseason: No. 6 Queens (N.C.), No. 7 Missouri Southern, No. 8 Alabama-Huntsville, No. 9 Augustana (S.D.) and No. 10 Lee (Tenn.). The Chargers will start the season with a program best placement in the National Coaches’ Poll as they come back with six athletes from their 19th place team in 2019.

SwimSwam has reached out to Casas regarding the transfer, and he has said that he is not yet ready to comment publicly.

“Athletes in non-traditional sports such as tennis, lacrosse, gymnastics, or swimming are now charging $1,000 or more for local appearances at sporting goods stores, restaurants, and sports bars,” Parron said. “The NIL ruling has definitely opened up more opportunities for female athletes and those in non-traditional sports.”

The Mountaineers, who finished seventh at the 2019 NCAA Division II Cross Country Championships, only return two athletes from its NCAA qualifying team. Ryan Outler, one of the returnees from that 2019 squad, qualified for the 1500 at the 2021 NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Other Mountaineers expected to make an impact are Cade Michael and Michael Grabowski, along with San Francisco University transfer Jacob Hernandez and several other redshirts.

The NCAA gender equity review found that the ESPN-owned TV rights package that includes the women’s college basketball tournament and some two dozen other NCAA championship events — and will cost the network $34 million annually5 — grossly undervalues women’s basketball. The report found that the women’s college basketball tournament alone will be worth between $81 million and $112 million annually beginning in 2025. By then, the women’s tournament should be able to use the March Madness branding, which has been exclusive to the men’s side of the sport.

The Longhorns were able to gain a bit of momentum back, but the Gophers still lead this set 15-12. Neither team is playing at their best, it looks a little sloppy out there with a lot of unforced errors on both ends. Texas is currently hitting a low .050, and Minnesota is not that far ahead with a .100 hitting efficiency.

Some of the attendance and viewership disparities are of course due to imbalanced marketing, which Jackson said must be recalibrated.

In the 2020 season, Wisconsin quarterback Graham Mertz completed his first 17 pass attempts in the Badgers' season-opener against Illinois as he finished 20-for-21 passing for 248 yards and five touchdowns. By any measure, it was a near-perfect performance and the one incompletion was a dropped pass.

Student-athletes still don’t collect paychecks for their performance on the field the way the pros do, but they can now sell themselves as a brand, just like their counterparts in the big leagues.

With a new college athletic season underway, no one must be happier to turn the page on the 2020-21 calendar than the NCAA itself. Last season, as colleges struggled to play through the pandemic, a series of debates around gender equity spilled out into the open. First there were the woefully inadequate provisions at the women’s college basketball tournament, which drew the ire of figures ranging from NBA star Stephen Curry to 37 members of Congress. Then there were the nonexistent locker rooms and play-by-play announcers in the early rounds of the Division I women’s volleyball tournament, and the practices staged on makeshift “courts” that were criticized for their composition. And at the Women’s College World Series, competitors once again played double-headers in a stadium without on-site showers.

Johansson had only kicked four collegiate field goals before that game. Growing up in Sweden, the majority of his life was spent on a soccer pitch. Ironically, his dream of playing soccer moved him to Irving, Texas, in 1972 and to Dallas where he played for a European team.

Homecoming weekend brought the crowd on Oct. 16, 1976 to Abilene Christian University and Shotwell Stadium. The stands were brimming with students, faculty, staff, parents, alumni. They knew one record would be broken that day. Wilbert Montgomery was a touchdown shy of surpassing fellow Mississippi native Walter Payton's career collegiate touchdown record (63). What they didn't know of was the dialogue that preceded the game between ACU teammates Johansson and Montgomery. Both agreed to set records that day.

The Irish, who finished a game runner-up this past spring, return each of their top-6 runners from that squad, who all happened to be All-Americans – Danny Kilrea (10th), Dylan Jacobs (20th), Andrew Alexander (21st), Jake Renfree (22nd), Yared Nuguse (23rd) and Joshua Methner (36th). Very few teams were able to match that kind of pack running at the NCAA meet on a tough course in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Notre Dame also added Penn transfer Anthony Russo, who has a sub-29:00 PR over 10,000 meters, among others.

There’s a consensus view that Dereck Lively is the best center in the class but there are six others that are around the “five-star” range that have tremendous potential in their own right. One of them is Adem Bona, a top-20 overall prospect originally from Nigeria who moved to Turkey a few years ago, before now residing in Napa, California out on the west coast.