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The Development and Differences of NCAA Division I, II, and III Sports : 

The Development and Differences of NCAA Division I, II, and III Sports By Phillip Hiner-Leamon

NCAA Divisions : 

NCAA Divisions NCAA Change in 1973 Division I, II, III Major Differences

Evolution : 

Evolution 1956 – 2 divisions 1973 – 3 divisions Small versus Large Schools

Keywords : 

Keywords NCAA Division I Division II Divisi0n III College athletics College Identity Athletic Scholarships Success rate among college athletes Birmingham Southern College

Implications : 

Implications Academics versus Athletics Institutional Identity Myron Rolle

References : 

References Bennett, D. C. (2007). Division III: Too Big for Its Own Good. Chronicle of Higher Education, 53(40), B12. Retrieved from EBSCOhost. Feezell, T. (2009). Adding football and the “uses” of athletics at NCAA Division II and Division III institutions. New Directions for Higher Education, (148), 65-72. doi:10.1002/he.369 M., H. H. (2010). Division Changes for Cost Savings?. University Business, 13(1), 19. Retrieved from EBSCOhost. Masteralexis, L.M. (2008). Principles and Practice of Sport Management. Mississauga, Ontario: Jones & Bartlett Learning . NCAA National Collegiate Athletic Association. (2010, Novmember 8). Retrieved from http://www.ncaa.org/ Suggs, W. (2003). Division III Stays the Course, for Now. Chronicle of Higher Education, 49(35), A37. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.

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