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Where are they now?

While she is most known for her time spent in the water, Diana Nyad played tennis and competed in swimming at Lake Forest College. After she graduated in 1973, Nyad amped up her distance training and broke some impressive records in the water: she swam around Manhattan in 1975; she swam from the Bahamas to Juno Beach, Florida, in 1979; and on her fifth attempt, she became the first confirmed person to swim from Cuba to Florida without the aid of a shark cage in 2013. She has written several books about these experiences and is a motivational speaker.

Welcome to NCAA After the Game

We are proud of all former NCAA student-athletes, and in recognition of their accomplishments after their playing days, we launched NCAA After the Game.  Our goal is simple: to celebrate the former student-athlete.

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What people are saying

"As we look for innovative and meaningful ways to engage our former student-athletes, the NCAA After the Game becomes a viable option for our former student-athletes to seek job opportunities, continued education and inspire the next generation of student-athletes to strive for the highest level of athletic and academic achievement."

- Henry M. Goodgame Jr. Director, Alumni Relations and Engagement, Morehouse College

We want to hear from you

We need your help. Taken together as a whole, the former NCAA student-athlete contribution to society is staggering. Better yet, many credit their student-athlete academic and athletic experiences as being the key to their life-long success. NCAA After the Game is looking to tell these compelling former student-athlete stories. If you know a good story idea, click on the link below and send it to us.

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After the Game LinkedIn

The NCAA After the Game LinkedIn group is the go-to place for former NCAA student-athletes who are looking to network professionally.  Click here and get connected with other former NCAA student-athletes today.

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