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The NCAA Board of Governors has reaffirmed its commitment that championship host sites should not have laws targeting trans or LGB athletes.
NCAA Mark Emmert opposes trans athlete bans, but won't say whether states with them will lose opportunities to host championship games.
HRC: NCAA has fallen "hook, line, and sinker" for "sham" deal that still allows anti-LGBTQ discrimination
NCAA president promises local LGBTQ laws will be factor in whether cities get to host championship events
A coalition of LGBTQ-supportive organizations is calling on the NCAA to reaffirm its commitment to equality when selecting venues for upcoming championship events. The letter,...
The Atlantic Coast Conference has announced new venues for eight championships for 2016 and 2017 that were slated to be held in North Carolina, but...
Right on the heels of the NCAA’s announcement that it was pulling seven sports championship games from North Carolina — including the first and second rounds of the...
The NCAA has pulled seven collegiate championship events from North Carolina and will relocate them to other states in protest of the Tar Heel State’s...