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Take This Job and Love It

Eric McDowell and other sports information directors like him are writers, planners, schedulers, stats-keepers, videographers, web designers. But they’re also in a unique spot to position college sports for the future.

Follow Through

Basketball brought the Catamounts and Josh Speidel together. Then came the accident, the coma and the rehab – and now, their bond is bigger than the sport.

Art Naturally

After two years of forcing himself to pursue a business degree, Xavier Ayers attended a photography class that yielded a discovery.

She’s Prepared for the Challenge

Riza Zalameda understands the fundamental differences between being a tennis player and a coach.

A Team for Life

Monica Miles was always close with her cousins. They grew up in New England, all within a couple of hours’ drive.

Speaking for Herself

A few months before she enrolled at Valdosta State, Kayla Robles stood in front of her bedroom mirror and practiced a slew of familiar phrases.

“We’re not here to crawl over each other to get to the top.”

University of New Mexico offensive lineman Garrett Adcock’s daily routine mixes pass protection and blocking drills with mock trials and arguments.

Taking the Reins

Once he became a collegiate wrestler, Dalton Jensen knew his future would be in coaching.

One Last Run

Bob Chipman is set for his 38th and final season at Washburn University of Topeka.

Game, Set, Match for Ashland Icon

Two loves of Carl Leedy’s life have been tennis and the city of Ashland, Ohio. So it was understandably difficult when he announced his retirement.

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