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Guardians of the Game

Though sometimes feared and often misunderstood, the enforcement team has just one goal: making the right call.

Lost and Found

Shut down for two years, UAB football is back after program finds strength and solution in its community.

All on the Same Team

Muslim college athletes often find acceptance on campus, but worry about what comes next.

Where Are the Women?

In 1972, women coached more than 90 percent of women’s teams. Today, they coach fewer than half.

Training Days

How do the hours spent pushing weights and holding planks translate to success? Accomplished college athletes and their coaches explain the workouts that have helped them reach the top – and what lessons athletes young and old can learn from their methods.

Within a Split Second

Inside the moments that create an NCAA champion in the world’s oldest sport.

Why Is That a Rule?

From eligibility to drug testing to host sites, the thinking behind NCAA standards.

Long Trip to the Beach

Beach volleyball’s journey from an emerging sport for women to an NCAA National Collegiate Championship ended in spectacular fashion on the sun-splashed beaches of Gulf Shores, Alabama, capping several years of efforts that fans never saw.

"Amazing Mae"

Fueled by a love of writing, Mae Coyiuto channels her talent to help less fortunate Filipino kids realize their creative dreams.

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