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LaChina Robinson: Living to Inspire

A reluctant path to basketball changed LaChina Robinson’s trajectory in life. As the only one of 16 children in her blended family to earn a college degree, the Wake Forest alum now inspires others as a broadcaster and role model.

2006 NCAA Woman of the Year

Woman of the Year winner finds meaning in journey By Leilana McKindra The NCAA News, November 6, 2006 Wake Forest University distance runner Anne Bersagel told Woman of the Year ceremony attendees to "set big goals and celebrate the...

Division I Board looking for more diversity on new Council

The Division I Board of Directors will ask each Division I conference to submit a more diverse list of candidates for the Council, board members decided Thursday after reviewing the initial slate of nominees submitted for the group.

Hatch to emphasize student-athlete support

By Michelle Brutlag Hosick Wake Forest President Nathan Hatch has been interested in sports as long as he can remember. He went to a laboratory high school on the campus of the University of South Carolina, which exposed him early to the...

Wake Forest AD Ron Wellman named chair of Division I men's basketball committee for 2013-14 season

The NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee has selected Ron Wellman, director of athletics at Wake Forest University, as chair of the committee for the 2013-14 season. The committee’s decision was made Friday, June 29, during its...

Hoag and Lerner selected as 2012 McKay Postgraduate Scholars

The NCAA has selected Wake Forest football student-athlete Michael Hoag and Pennsylvania soccer student-athlete Adrienne Lerner as the 2012 recipients of the Jim McKay Postgraduate Scholarships. Established in 2008 to honor the...

They mean business

By David Pickle NCAA.org Like many student-athletes before her, Tahirah Williams had the grades and the skills. What she needed was the test score. She fell short on her first try, and then again the second. And then the third. And the...

A conversation with Amy Perko

Amy Perko, a three-time Academic All-American at Wake Forest who set multiple school women’s basketball records, is the executive director of the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics. After earning her master’s degree, she worked...

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