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Transformed

Schuyler Bailar thought he would have to choose between swimming in college and embracing his true identity. He didn't.

Athlete with prosthetic running device allowed to compete next season

The NCAA Men’s and Women’s Track and Field/Cross Country Rules Committee approved a request from Harvard University to allow an incoming male sprinter to compete with a prosthetic running device in the 2015-16 academic year.

Mike Aguirre: A lifelong leader

Mike Aguirre had a unique career as a student-athlete that took him from the gridiron to testifying on behalf of fellow student-athletes before a Congressional committee before he even graduated. As a wide receiver for the Arizona State...

Harvard honored its past during first tournament appearance in 66 years

By Josh Weinfuss NCAA.org Late in the 2010-11 season, as Harvard sought its first NCAA basketball tournament appearance in more than six decades, Don Swegan called Crimson coach Tommy Amaker to say he wanted to see Harvard in the...

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