On Campus

A Heartbeat Away

For an hour, Clarence Kennedy lay on an examination table and let a medical technician affix electrodes to his chest.

Motivated by a Memory

Bridget Sandy and LeeAnn Noble were teammates and friends at the University of North Georgia.

The Loss of a Leader

The words “Rest in peace, my friend” were scrawled across the whiteboard.

Who Is Sleeping?

The benefits of catching more zzz’s will extend beyond athletics.

Hope for 44 Others

Wearing the No. 44 jersey, Andrew Smith was a key contributor to the most successful period in Butler University basketball history.

Recovery Mode

It’s easy to assume the reps you perform in the weight room or the sweat you shed on the field directly correlate to bigger muscles and more strength.

Laboring Over Fair Labor

When the calendar flips to December this year, a subtle yet significant change will sweep through college sports.

Cajun Invasion

Grambling State and Southern have met on the gridiron 67 times since their first meeting in 1932.

Global Opportunities

The last five years have shown increased interest in sports that haven’t traditionally drawn international competitors.

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