A good sign for sports?

NCAA news:

The NCAA Division I Council voted today to allow voluntary on-campus activities for women's basketball, men's basketball and football as of June 1.

The Division I Council approved a resolution that outlined its intention to adopt by January a comprehensive legislative package creating uniform, modernized rules governing eligibility after transfer for student-athletes in all sports.

The decision could effect Kentucky basketball.

Deneé Barracato, Northwestern's Deputy Director of Athletics for Operations & Capital Projects, begins a five-year term on the NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Committee, starting in September.

College team news:

Louisville and UConn have canceled next season's neutral-site match up.

How Penn State is embracing Tik Tok to build its brand.

Virginia Tech's incoming class paints a bright picture for the future.

College player news:

Former Cal guard McKenzie Forbes has transferred to Harvard.

College coach news:

Arkansas coach Mike Neighbors went all in on his dream job.

Clemson coach Amanda Butler and her wife adopted two boys, and their lives changed.

Brandy Manning is a new assistant coach at Old Dominion.

Lindsey Spann will be an interim assistant coach for Maryland next season.

WNBA player news:

Katie Lou Samuelson discusses her mental health journey.

Chennedy Carter could be the star of the draft.

Jazmine Jones and Kylee Shook wait for roster cut decisions from the New York Liberty.

WNBA players have no time for the underdog role.

Who will make the Mystics roster?

Maya Moore is a finalist for the ESPN Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian Award.

Retired great Taj McWilliams-Franklin was the league's ultimate underdog.