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Last Wednesday, WKU athletes, students and alumni gathered in front of Diddle Arena to voice their support for the Black Lives Matter movement as some attendees spoke on their experiences being Black in America and what the movement means to them.
In this time of social change and using your voice, the phrases “stick to sports” and “shut up and dribble” no longer can be used to hold athletes back.The phrase “Black lives matter” has become controversial when there is no reason it should have.Black lives matter. That’s it; that’s the se…
Among fall sports on The Hill, the only program with a regular season is football, leaving uncertainty for sports like soccer and volleyball.After the NCAA and its President Mark Emmert announced on Aug. 13 that fall sports competitions and championships were being moved to the spring, a sho…
Since returning back to the Hill July 6, the WKU women’s soccer program has been back in action in preparation for a season, now slated for the spring of 2021.
Patience is a virtue that WKU Athletics Director Todd Stewart has used in the past weeks leading up to the football season and other fall competitions on The Hill.
I get it. College football is back, at least for the time being, and everyone is excited, but football isn’t the only sport that participates in the fall. We can’t progress with one sport but not value the others.
The Conference USA Board of Directors announced Friday the postponement of fall team sports to the spring of 2021. This move follows the NCAA Division I Board of Directors’ decision to move fall championships to spring. Sports affected for WKU are women's soccer and volleyball.
The NCAA President Mark Emmert announced Thursday via Twitter that there would not be fall championships. However, this does not impact the football subdivision and WKU football.