Yet again, the NCAA has taken the stance in court that it has no legal responsibility to actually enforce its own rules in regard to player healthcare and safety. Yet again, the party who received the harm in this situation is an athlete that the NCAA purports to advocate for. Jennifer Bradley played field hockey for American University in Washington, D.C. from 2009-2012 on scholarship. In a complaint against the NCAA et al, she states that in September 2011, she received a hit in the head with a stick during the course of a game.
Jennifer Bradley’s Case Highlights The NCAA’s Cherry-Picking
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