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One to Watch: Courtney and Kelley Hurley

Fencing is a family passion for the Hurleys, who were coached by a father who met their mother through fencing. It was also a path for an academic career that guided Kelley to medical school and Courtney to a film, television and theater degree.

One to Watch: Bam Pushing for More Success

Once the youngest member of the U.S. field hockey team, Katie Bam is now the most decorated field hockey player in the U.S.

One to Watch: Meghan O'Leary

Meghan O’Leary competed in volleyball and softball at the University of Virginia. But when her competitive fire remained lit after college, she relied on those collegiate experiences as she found a new path to the Olympics in a new sport: rowing.

One to Watch: Elena Delle Donne

Elena Delle Donne’s older sister, Lizzie, who is blind, deaf and has cerebral palsy, inspired Delle Donne's interest in special education.

One to Watch: Seimone Augustus

Seimone Augustus is regarded as one of women’s basketball’s most service-driven players, with a foundation that raises awareness about health and wellness.

Putting Rio Within Reach

Forty-two Paralympians, and three guides, are current and former NCAA athletes who are competing for Team USA in Rio.

Cougar trio tests the waters

In April, Washington State coach Ernie Kent encouraged three of his top players to learn more about themselves and their futures.

More time to blossom

When Jaron Blossomgame told Clemson coach Brad Brownell that he would be returning for his senior season, Brownell gave him a hug.

New draft rule expands opportunities

This year, a new NCAA rule gave prospects an NBA assessment period about five weeks longer than in previous years.

Celebrating the 2016 Graduates

Nearly half a million college athletes compete while pursuing an education, and each spring thousands of them receive their diplomas. It’s a moment to celebrate.

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