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#10: WSOC 56-team field features West Chester, Central Missouri, Saint Rose, Grand Valley State, Embry-Riddle, Columbus State, Dallas Baptist and Hawaii-Hilo leading their respective regions. (link)
#9: The Bluefield State Senate Faculty issued a vote of no confidence in President Capehart. (link)
#8: Former Slippery Rock senior administrators assert they were fired for raising concerns about misspending and mismanagement for a now four-year-old engineering program. (link)
#7: West Virginia Wesleyan SID Radosevic is headed to Fairmont State as Asst. AD of Athletic Communications, per himself. (link)
#6: Le Moyne will hire a new VB HC. (link)
#5: The latest VB regional rankings are led by Gannon, Wayne State (NE), American International, Quincy, Tampa, Metro State, Wingate and Alaska Anchorage. (link)
#4: Notre Dame College MBB (link), Lincoln (MO) MBB (link), Ashland MBB (link) and Lenoir-Rhyne WBB (link) each recorded a win over a DI opponent in an exhibition for the DII squad that was a regular-season game for the DI side.
#3: The North Coast Journal dives into sexual assault allegations made by former Cal Poly Humboldt WBB S-A Clifton against the husband of Humboldt WBB HC Bento-Jackson. Clifton reports feeling supported by AD Jones, along with frustration over how long the Title IX investigation has taken. She did not feel comfortable returning to campus, in part due to public comments made by Humboldt Prez Jackson about Title IX, and is now at Academy of Art. Bento-Jackson insinuates Clifton is retaliating against her for suggesting a reduction in aid would likely be coming and recruits at her position were going to be brought in. The University Police Department recommended a misdemeanor sexual battery charge, which the district attorney's office declined to pursue. (link)
#2: The latest FB regional rankings have Shepherd, Benedict, Grand Valley State and Angelo State atop their respective super regions. (link)
#1: UMary unveiled rendering for its nearly $90M athletic complex that would allow football, baseball soccer and track & field to compete on campus. The football field would seat 2,500 and come with the ability to inflate a dome during adverse weather months. EVP Richter hopes to begin moving dirt next summer on the project that would take an estimated three years to complete: "To be able to pull the trigger, we need to have money identified. A lot of things have come together at the same time. The timing has converged and we don’t want to wait around. People believe in what we’re doing. People believe in Christian education." (link)
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