Internationally recognized surgeon has focused on the prevention of youth sports injuries has been selected to receive the NCAA President’s Gerald R. Ford Award at the 2014 NCAA Convention in San Diego.
Outspoken anti-apartheid activist Richard Lapchick, the director for the Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport at the University of Central Florida, looks back on his interactions with South African leader Nelson Mandela as the world mourns his loss.
Four NCAA student-athletes have been named Rhodes scholars for 2014. A fifth scholar, Alexander Diaz, managed Harvard’s men’s basketball team.
Johnny Carter was born to run and jump. The Academy of Art has helped him to flourish on the track while becoming an artist in the classroom. Get to know Johnny.
The advantages of competing in college sports are both immediate and lifelong. This list outlines the many benefits student-athletes receive by playing their chosen sport while pursuing a college degree. Read the list.