Athletes would be blocked from unionizing at public universities under a bill that won final passage Tuesday.
Winning a championship in any sport is a moment that every player, coach and fan will remember for the rest of their lives. But for one local student athlete, winning a football championship is special for a different reason.
“She just shows how much loves she has for the sport, and if you put your mind and heart into playing that you can do well and succeed in what you want to accomplish.”
Should parents be worried?
Michigan youth football groups are taking part in a new national program.
Thanks to a generous listener who heard about the team’s plight on WWJ, the baseball team at Communications and Media Arts High School in Detroit now own a few items from their wish list.
As the struggling Detroit school district continues to clean up its financial problems, there is no money available to buy basic equipment like uniforms or baseballs.
The Oakland County-based Web site Scholarpreps.com has launched a new Web platform to improve its ability to help student-athletes and their parents make the most of both their athletic and academic abilities.
Did the University of Michigan “catfish” its own student athletes to teach them a lesson?
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed a new law that aims to protect young Michigan athletes from serious head injuries.