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    • SwimSwam

      South Dakota State University Coach Erickson Retiring

      Brad Erickson, current South Dakota State University (SDSU) Head Coach, will be stepping down from his role as of June 2017. After 41 years at the helm of the Jackrabbits’ men’s and women’s swimming programs, Erickson has decided to call it a career as the longest tenured coach in SDSU history. Named Head Coach in 1976, Erickson guided the men’s squad to a North Central Conference Championship in 1979, followed by a women’s conference title in 1981. He was recognized as NCC Men’s Swimming Coach of the Year after the 2000-01 season and also saw the successful transition of his program to Division I competition during the 2004-05 season. Erickson was most recently named Summit League Men’s Coach

    • Allonzo Trier cleared to play vs. UCLA

      Allonzo Trier cleared to play vs. UCLA

      Allonzo Trier’s most recent drug test came back negative, meaning that the leading returning scorer for the Wildcats will be eligible to play on Saturday when Arizona plays a visit to UCLA. Myles Davis announced in a post on twitter on Friday evening that he will be leaving the Xavier basketball team.

    • CBS Sports

      NCAA time demands rules ignore the biggest problem in the situation: the games

      Before the Power Five passed some sensible rules Friday to loosen up athletes' time a little bit, some amendments were proposed by the adults. Some player representatives at the NCAA Convention weren't buying the amendments, recognizing how the system was trying to control days off for unpaid players who are supposedly students first. While learning life skills is great, the amendments symbolized college sports: Propose minutiae to control athletes' time while simultaneously legislating them more freedom. No athletic activities other than competition (and associated activities) over an eight-hour overnight period, such as from 9 p.m. until 6 a.m. Medical treatment in that window is still allowed.