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NAIA Division II Men's Basketball National Player of the Week — No. 7
Basketball - DII M 01/23/2018

Olivet Nazarene's Reed scores 84 points in two games en route to national weekly honors

2018 NAIA Men's Tennis Coaches' Preseason Top 25 Poll (Jan. 23)
Tennis - M 01/23/2018

Georgia Gwinnett open 2017 season at No. 1

2018 NAIA Women's Tennis Coaches' Preseason Top 25 Poll (Jan. 23)
Tennis - W 01/23/2018

2017 Champions Georgia Gwinnett to 2018 preseason poll

2017-18 NAIA Division I Women's Basketball Players of the Week No. 6 (Jan. 23)
Basketball - DI W 01/23/2018

Brianna King named player of the week

NAIA Division I Men's Basketball National Player of the Week — No. 6
Basketball - DI M 01/23/2018

L.J. Westbrook of Peru State (Neb.) has been named the NAIA Men's Basketball National Player of the Week, the national office announced Tuesday

NAIA DII Men's Basketball Coaches' Top 25 Poll — No. 4
Basketball - DII M 01/23/2018

Cornerstone grabs No. 1 ranking for fourth time this season

2018 NAIA Men's Volleyball Coaches' Top 10 Poll — No. 1 (Jan. 23)
Volleyball - M 01/23/2018

2018 National Invitational Host, Grand View (Iowa) takes the No. 1 spot

2017-2018 NAIA Division II Women's Basketball Player of the Week - No. 7
Basketball - DII W 01/23/2018

Bradbury wins first Player of the Week honors of the 2017-2018 season

2017-18 NAIA Division II Women's Basketball Coaches' Top 25 Poll - No. 4
Basketball - DII W 01/23/2018

Concordia holds No. 1 spot for second-straight week

Case Study: Amateurism
_Legislative / Rules Education 01/22/2018

We understand that Amateurism can be tricky, so here are some case study scenarios from questions we have received over the past year about amateurism.

2018 NAIA Competitive Cheer and Dance Qualifying Group Tournaments Announced
Cheer & Dance Championship 01/22/2018

Events to take place in month of February at four different locations

Tech Rallies to Knock Off Top-Ranked Golden Eagles
Basketball - DII M 01/22/2018

Warriors overcome 17-point first half deficit