Fall 2016

Training Days

How do the hours spent pushing weights and holding planks translate to success? Accomplished college athletes and their coaches explain the workouts that have helped them reach the top – and what lessons athletes young and old can learn from their methods.

Take This Job and Love It

Eric McDowell and other sports information directors like him are writers, planners, schedulers, stats-keepers, videographers, web designers. But they’re also in a unique spot to position college sports for the future.

Follow Through

Basketball brought the Catamounts and Josh Speidel together. Then came the accident, the coma and the rehab – and now, their bond is bigger than the sport.

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.

Art Naturally

After two years of forcing himself to pursue a business degree, Xavier Ayers attended a photography class that yielded a discovery.

Laboring Over Fair Labor

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

Cajun Invasion

Grambling State and Southern have met on the gridiron 67 times since their first meeting in 1932.

Lean on Me

Suz Hoppe is entering her 13th season as the head athletic trainer for the Division I men’s ice hockey team at Minnesota Duluth.

She’s Prepared for the Challenge

Riza Zalameda understands the fundamental differences between being a tennis player and a coach.

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