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‘In the worst of times, you see the best of humanity’

It’s been more than a month since Hurricane Laura ripped through southwest Louisiana, leaving a nearly 50-mile path of destruction. 

McNeese State University is still feeling that pain. So is the university’s home of Lake Charles, a city of about 80,000 people, many...

College athletes using platforms to speak out on social justice issues

Recently, more and more student-athletes across the country have made their voices heard to advocate for their beliefs. This has been especially true on social justice issues.

Hoffman blends nursing, golf experience in COVID-19 response

Sarah Hoffman’s journey to become a standout golfer chasing a pro dream followed a college experience that prioritized academics.

Q&A with former Colgate star Adonal Foyle

Retired NBA player and former Colgate standout Adonal Foyle has a unique perspective on the current social unrest in the United States.

The New Normal: Mary Northcutt

One question I’ve thought of throughout all of this: Would I have done anything differently that day in March if I had known my freestyle leg on the 400 medley relay would be my last swim ever?

NCAA defends scholarships for college athletes

The NCAA is defending its rules that provide a pathway to opportunity for nearly half a million college athletes each year. In the lawsuit titled Alston v. NCAA, the Association will clearly demonstrate that the rules in place are essential to providing academic opportunities for student-athletes on campus.

Student-Athletes at the 2018 Winter Paralympics

This list includes current, former and incoming student-athletes who are, have or will be competing for a varsity team in an NCAA sport and are also on a country’s active roster at the 2018 Winter Paralympics.

(Are we missing someone? Email stories@ncaa.org.)

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Name University Collegiate Sport Olympic

Unfinished business prompts return to skeleton

A question during a date brought John Daly out of retirement and back to the U.S. skeleton team.

Greenway to make history on U.S. Olympic hockey team

Jordan Greenway has donned a USA sweater for international competitions in the past.

Granato's dream job came with promise to hit the books again

Several times over the past three decades, Tony Granato longed for his college days at Wisconsin.


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