Spring 2017

Side Out

It was difficult for Dave Shoji to pick his most rewarding moment from his 42 years of coaching Hawaii women’s volleyball.

Launching Pad

The need for new research is endless in the ever-spinning world of college sports.

Talking Sports

Through supportforsport.org, a program Van Raalte helped launch that offers a series of online workshops, she is helping student-athletes realize the career-shaping values their athletics experiences have developed and how they can sell them to employers.

What Goes Unsaid

Hannah Wilkins doesn’t say the word rape because, she says, it should never be used casually. Likewise, Lee Gearhart doesn’t say the N-word because it’s demeaning and unacceptable.

Learning To Lead

The multifaceted roles of an athletics director are nothing new to Brad Duckworth.

Born To Lead

If you would have told Bob Shillinglaw that he would be a college men’s lacrosse coach for 42 years, it wouldn’t have surprised him.

Blueprint Behind the Promise

Two-thirds of NCAA campus and conference leaders have pledged their commitment to promoting diversity and gender equity in college athletics.

Exploring New Avenues for Grad Students

At the 2017 NCAA Convention, many of us engaged in spirited and robust debate over a proposal regarding graduate student transfers.

Inside Baseball

Growing up, Dirk Baker didn’t just play baseball — he studied it.

Toughness, Redefined

How two hockey players made mental health OK to talk about in college sports – and why your athletics department should, too.

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