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Recovery Mode

It’s easy to assume the reps you perform in the weight room or the sweat you shed on the field directly correlate to bigger muscles and more strength.

Laboring Over Fair Labor

When the calendar flips to December this year, a subtle yet significant change will sweep through college sports.

Global Opportunities

The last five years have shown increased interest in sports that haven’t traditionally drawn international competitors.

Still in the Saddle

Leah Fiorentino’s first year as the executive director of the National Collegiate Equestrian Association hasn’t been a quiet ride.

What’s the Status of Your Fandom?

A fall 2014 survey conducted by the University of Oregon’s Warsaw Sports Marketing Center and the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators collected responses from 18,876 college students. Of the respondents, 81 percent had attended at least one sporting event at their university.

Load Up

Fueling stations have become common additions to athletics facilities nationwide. But when it comes to stocking them, where should you start?

It's About Time

This fall, the 25th NCAA Woman of the Year will be named. The program launched in 1991, coinciding with the 10th anniversary of the advent of NCAA women’s championships.

Seniors’ Prom

Thanks to 25 college athletes at Rogers State University, residents of an area assisted-living center relived a special moment: prom night. The Hillcats Student-Athlete Advisory Committee hosted a senior prom, complete with a prom king and queen, for residents at The Brookfield, an assisted-living center in Claremore, Oklahoma.


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