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2aDays Teams Up with Hackney Publications to Develop NIL Advisor for High Schools

2aDays, a leading news source for high school and college athletes focusing on NIL and collegiate sports, and Hackney Publications, the nation’s leading publisher of sports law publications, are collaborating on a publication dedicated to reporting and providing insights on NIL at the high school level. The magazine, entitled “NIL Advisor for High Schools,” will…
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After Suffering Concussion at the Hands of Transgender Athlete, High School Volleyball Player Becomes Spokeswoman

A high school volleyball player in. North Carolina, who suffered a concussion when she was spiked in the face by a transgender athlete, has emerged as a leading spokeswoman for female athletes, who would like to prevent biological males from competing in women’s sports. Payton McNabb claims the concussion has caused significant and long-term physical…
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Hackney Publications Introduces Tools that Make Sports Litigation Alert a Powerful Resource in the Sports Law Classroom

hackney Publications, the nation’s leading publisher of sports law periodicals, has announced new tools are being added to Sports Litigation Alert (Alert), a periodical that has been used in sports law classrooms for more than 15 years, which will make it even more useful for professors and their college students. “There’s a challenge in sports law classes…
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BYU Issues Statement Suggesting Race-based Verbal Abuse at Volleyball Match Did Not Occur

BYU issued a statement Friday afternoon suggesting an investigation revealed that allegations that race-based heckling took place at a home volleyball match against Duke were unfounded. The statement follows below: As part of our commitment to take any claims of racism seriously, BYU has completed its investigation into the allegation that racial heckling and slurs took place…
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Volleyball Coach’s Quick Departure at Grambling Leads to Chaos, Potential Litigation

Grambling State University Head Volleyball Coach Chelsey Lucas was barely at work six months when the school fired her. Specifically, Lucas was hired by the school, which is designated as one of the country’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU), in February after coaching stints at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff and Alcorn…
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Champion Women, Others Sued for $250 million by Coach Banned by the U.S. Center for SafeSport for Sexually Abusing Underage Athletes, Seeks Help

(Editor’s note: The following was shared early this morning.) We’re being sued for $250 million by a coach banned by the U.S. Center for SafeSport for sexually abusing his underage athletes. Why us? We weren’t quiet; we told the volleyball community about his bans. Now we need a legal defense. We have launched a GoFundMe to pay…
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