Emmert offers insight on NCAA

Sep 2, 2017

Emmert offers insight on NCAA

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Mark Emmert, the National Collegiate Athletic Association president, supports Japan trying to establish its own college sports governing body. Emmert, who stopped here after visiting Taipei for the World University Games, was invited to meet a group of leaders that are studying the U.S. model ...

Japanese collegiate sports study ends Phase 1

Apr 2, 2017

Japanese collegiate sports study ends Phase 1

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Japan is currently working to reform college sports and establish its own version of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), creating athletic departments at universities to help it function more efficiently. When that's accomplished, the hope is that it will benefit universities as a whole, ...

Iwate's Randall stays focused on winning

/ | Dec 1, 2014

Iwate's Randall stays focused on winning

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The Japan Times features periodic interviews with players in the bj-league. Scootie Randall of the Eastern Conference-leading Iwate Big Bulls is the subject of this week's profile. Position: Forward Age: 24 Ht: 198 cm Wt: 102 kg Hometown: Philadelphia College: Temple University Noteworthy: Randall, who can play both guard and forward ...

Foreign colleges feel globalization-excluded

Aug 16, 2013

Foreign colleges feel globalization-excluded

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As Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pursues deregulation, the "third arrow" of his "Abenomics" economic plan, Temple University's Japan campus is closely watching to see if he will create a more favorable situation for foreign schools here by granting them the same tax perks and ...