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NCAA awards 2016 research grants

Four research teams will receive a total of $100,000 through the NCAA Innovations in Research and Practice Grant Program, designed to enhance college athletes’ life skills, psychosocial well-being and mental health.

Mind Matters Challenge winners to present proposals

The six education challenge winners were announced in July 2015 and have received funding to develop compelling educational platforms that will be presented at a Feb. 5 event. Each winner has been awarded a $25,000 cash prize as well as a $75,000 production budget to develop their planned product.

2015 Woman of the Year finalist: Margo Geer

The Arizona swimmer reflects on the important lessons she learned in her time as a college athlete.

2010 NCAA Woman of the Year

Justine Schluntz is the 2010 NCAA Woman of the Year Justine Schluntz, a former swimming student-athlete at the University of Arizona, past-NCAA champion and 2010 Rhodes Scholar, is the 2010 NCAA Woman of the Year. Schluntz accepted the...

2009 NCAA Woman of the Year

Arizona's Nymeyer named Woman of the Year By Leilana McKindra, The NCAA News, October 19, 2009 Former Arizona swimming standout and Olympic silver medalist Lacey Nymeyer has been chosen as the 2009 NCAA Woman of the Year. Nymeyer accepted...

2007 NCAA Woman of the Year Top 30
2007 NCAA Woman of the Year

Arizona's Myers picked as Woman of the Year By Leilana McKindra The NCAA News, November 5, 2007 Former University of Arizona swimmer Whitney Myers reacts to being named the 2007 NCAA Woman of the Year. Myers is the second recipient from...

1994 NCAA Woman of the Year

Arizona's Hughes selected NCAA Woman of the Year As published in The NCAA News , November 14, 1994 Tanya Hughes, a four-time NCAA high-jump champion from the University of Arizona, was announced as the NCAA Woman of the Year, November 14...

Finalists named for 2014 NCAA Woman of the Year award

Nine student-athletes have been selected as finalists for the 2014 NCAA Woman of the Year award, which will be announced Oct. 19 during a ceremony in Indianapolis.

Woman of the Year finalist: Alyssa Hasslen

Arizona graduate Alyssa Hasslen is balancing Olympic aspirations with dreams of a career working at Nike.

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