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NCAANational Collegiate Athletic Association (Indianapolis, IN, USA)
NCAANigerian Civil Aviation Authority
NCAANational Clinical Assessment Authority (UK)
NCAANational Council of Arab Americans
NCAANational Civil Aviation Authority
NCAANew College Alumni Association
NCAANon-Nuclear Consumables Annual Analysis
NCAANATO Civil Airlift Agency (US DoD)
NCAANATO Civil Aviation Agency
NCAANational Command Authority Aircraft
NCAANATO Civil Air Augmentation
NCAANational Council for Accreditation and Attestation (Republic of Moldova)
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com , which will serve as a central location for a variety of NCAA-related content, such as a sweepstakes for a chance to win a trip to the 2016 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Final Four and other great LG prizes, as well as play games and follow trending topics.
There are countless stories across the country high school athletes being awarded athletic scholarships that turn out to be worthless in June of their senior year because the NCAA Initial Eligibility Clearinghouse has declared them academically ineligible.
The NCAA determined his total benefit while he lived at the Medici apartment complex was $18,001.
That the NCAA would now label our close bond with the Seminole people as culturally 'hostile and abusive' is both outrageous and insulting," said Florida State's president in a statement after the policy was first announced.
Accounting for factors such as injuries, extraordinary coaching, and inaccurate rankings by the NCAA will be more difficult, if not impossible, he notes.
We are excited to announce that Blues Traveler will be performing at The NCAA Experience, an ELITE hospitality party before Saturday's game on March 31st," said Sam Soni, President of PrimeSport, "NCAA Experience ELITE hospitality packages provide NCAA fans an opportunity not only to see world-class NCAA basketball but also world-class musical talent.
The continued success of NCAA March Madness on Demand builds on the growth of the broadcast of the tournament on the CBS Television Network.
The NCAA has found 25 schools from which it will no longer accept academic credentials to be used in the NCAA initial-eligibility certification process.
The NCAA Women's Final Four will be played at the TD Banknorth Garden in Boston, Mass.
UPS's partnership with the NCAA will complement our other sponsorship platforms and provide another exciting vehicle to promote our global logistics expertise, cultivate customer relationships and recognize the efforts of our dedicated employees," said Ron Rogowski, UPS's director of global sponsorships.
New for this year, the NCAA March Madness on Demand Developer Platform has added an open suite of widgets and applications covering every angle of the 2009 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship.
Mike Mahoney, Stoneridge's managing director, said he was confident the school, which is accredited by the University of California system, the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and the National Independent Private Schools Association, would ``receive a clean bill of health'' following the NCAA audit.