Fall 2017

Scoring Sensation

Surgery wasn't the worst part for River Seybolt. Neither was the recovery. It was the chemo. “I didn’t want to do it. But my dad told me, ‘If it comes back, it could be worse.’”

On the Other Hand

The first clue might have been the toys — or at least the way one rambunctious toddler threw them.

Kingpins of Turf and Alley

It’s not every day you hear about a college quarterback who’s not only throwing for 300 yards on the football field, but also rolling 300s in the bowling alley.

Parental Guidance

Just how much do college athletes rely on their parents and family for support during their college years?

MVP to CEO

Towson athletics partnered with Enterprise Rent-A-Car and the Towson Career Center this spring to develop a program designed to help 20 female student-athletes gain a competitive advantage in the professional world after graduation.

Persistence Pays

The summer before her sophomore year at Seton Hall, Kayleigh Ellison suffered a seizure. The diagnosis: a brain tumor. After surgery, Ellison returned to school and earned her degree. But as she looked ahead to law school, she realized something was missing in her life.

Pigskin Professor

In September, term limits ended Rogers Redding’s time as NCAA secretary-rules editor for football, but he remains the national coordinator of officials. “I’m glad that I’m staying on in this role,” says Redding, 75.

Sporting Sustainable Style

Franklin & Marshall’s Ellie Ezekiel secured a campus grant to create uniforms for her volleyball team from recycled water bottles.

Guardians of the Game

Though sometimes feared and often misunderstood, the enforcement team has just one goal: making the right call.

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