Rowing

Kansas State rower and budding nuclear engineer stays focused on the finish line

As a child, Molly Ross played with K’NEX blocks and built robots but thought she wanted to grow up to be a veterinarian.

Signs of Sportsmanship

When we look back on the spring of 2018, we may remember this time for the recommendations of the Commission on College Basketball and the settlement of a significant concussion trial.

2018 Rowing Championships Results and Records

Division I NCAA.com Championships Recap All-Time Championships Records and Results (through 2018 Championships) Division II NCAA.com Championships Recap All-Time Championships Records and Results (through 2018 Championships) Division III...

2017 Rowing Championships Results and Records

Division I NCAA.com Championship Recap All-Time Championships Records and Results (through 2017 Championships) Division II NCAA.com Championship Recap All-Time Championships Records and Results (through 2017 Championships) Division III...

Anita DeFrantz: Pioneer in athletics, civil rights

College basketball and rowing gave Anita DeFrantz opportunities she never had, and her competitive spirit fueled her career.

2016 Rowing Championships Results and Records

Division I NCAA.com Championship Recap All-Time Championships Records and Results (through 2016 Championships) Division II NCAA.com Championship Recap All-Time Championships Records and Results (through 2016 Championships) Division III...

Stroke of Determination

University of Delaware senior Kate Sneddon doesn’t let her cystic fibrosis pull her away from her passions. She tried backing off sports in college, but boredom led to rowing – and the discovery of a new love.

NCAA committee awards Jim McKay Scholarship

An NCAA committee has selected Emalia Seto, a communications major on the women’s rowing team at The University of Tulsa, as a recipient of the 2016 Jim McKay Scholarship.

Powering Through

As a trainer on NBC’s “The Biggest Loser,” Jen Widerstrom’s work involves supporting and pushing contestants to achieve their goals. Now in her second season with the program that is part weight-loss competition, part reality television show, Widerstrom – a former hammer thrower on the University of Kansas track and field team – thinks of her job as a way of sharing the story of the human condition.

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