Summer 2016

All’s Well

Well-being is generally thought of as being happy, healthy and successful. By many of those measures, former student-athletes score well.

‘I Can’t Believe It’s Done’

In May, Julio Luevano graduated with a bachelor’s degree in exercise science and fitness. His schedule – like his future – is now wide open.

A Solid Spot to Stand

Sometimes, the home run isn’t necessary. All that’s needed is a well-placed hit to drive in the winning score.

Commitment to Inclusion

For a little more than a year, the Division III Diversity and Inclusion Working Group has reviewed critical issues related to the lack of ethnic and gender diversity within Division III athletics.

From There to Here: Judy MacLeod

When Judy MacLeod was named the commissioner of Conference USA in October, she became the first woman to lead an FBS league.

Tapped Into Winner Strength

Evan Simon was diagnosed with thyroid cancer in February and relied on his training to overcome the disease.

An Easy Argument

At Rochester, the team with the longest standing on campus has been attempting to defeat its opposition with words for more than 150 years.

Home-Court Success

Chuck Gordon spent 13 years as director of athletics at Emory. In one sport, though, another Gordon left behind a record-breaking legacy.

Sister School Support

After a Lubbock Christian volleyball player had emergency surgery, Oklahoma Christian students took it upon themselves to help a friend.

Opportunity Lost, Then Found

Steve Scott, the cross country coach at California State University, San Marcos, missed the 1980 Olympics due to the U.S. boycott.

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