Former NCAA student-athletes can post their resumes, find employment opportunities and get job-seeking advice for free. For employers wanting to hire former NCAA student-athletes of all ages, this is the go-to place to post jobs.
- Learn how to stay healthy and well after college.
- Diets gone too far
- It’s okay to get help
- Why it’s hard to stay active after competition ends
Former NCAA student-athletes continue to engage in worthwhile charitable activities worldwide.
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Where are they now?
Neil Diamond was a member of the 1960 NCAA men’s fencing championship team. A sabre specialist, he helped the New York University Violets best the Navy Midshipmen 65-57. Already an accomplished high school fencer, Diamond entered New York’s University’s pre-medicine program on an athletic scholarship. His life ambition was to become a doctor, but his talent as a musician opened doors for him in the music industry while still in college. Diamond, a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee, went on to achieve international stardom as a singer/songwriter and entertainer. Throughout his career, he maintained his swordsmanship skills and continued to warm up with fencing exercises before his concerts.
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.
What people are saying
"I really like how NCAA After the Game tells the former student-athlete story while also going beyond just being a mere story portal to something that involves health, gainful employment and the like. It’s a great concept.”
- Adam Lowenstein
News Bureau Chief
Florida Institute of Technology
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.
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.