Jack Kaiser, former St. John’s AD and baseball coach, died at 95

Jack Kaiser, former St. John's AD and baseball coach, died at 95

Jack Kaiser, legendary former baseball coach and athletic director at St. John’s, who was instrumental in the formation of the Big East, died Wednesday at the age of 95, the school announced. “We are saddened to hear of Mr. Kaiser’s passing and extend our deepest condolences to his family and friends,” St. John’s athletic director … Read more

NBA draft decisions that will shape college basketball in 2022-23

NBA draft decisions that will shape college basketball in 2022-23

Next week’s G League Elite Camp and NBA scouting combine provide a huge opportunity for players to prove themselves in front of NBA decision-makers. In turn, it’s a critical week for college basketball programs hoping their star players will come back for another season before turning pro. Some players testing the draft waters have maintained … Read more

New on NIL: College leaders urge NCAA to enforce new guidelines

New on NIL: College leaders urge NCAA to enforce new guidelines

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.—Inside the Hyatt Regency at Gainey Ranch, the lavish resort on the outskirts of Phoenix, dozens of the most powerful people in college sports milled about, parading through the expansive lobby and basking in the sun on the terrace. But, the majority landed deep within conference meeting rooms, searching for answers to what’s become … Read more

Jay Wright retires: Villanova basketball coach ends career

Jay Wright retires: Villanova basketball coach ends career

Villanova men’s basketball coach Jay Wright is retiring, according to multiple reports. The Athletic’s Shams Charania was the first to report that retirement was likely. Wright, 60, had wrestled with the decision privately throughout the offseason, sources with knowledge of the situation tell Sports Illustrated. Eventually, the Hall of Fame coach elected to move on, … Read more