Winter 2017

Where Are the Women?

In 1972, women coached more than 90 percent of women’s teams. Today, they coach fewer than half.

All Out

Before Alec Donovan became the NCAA’s first publicly gay wrestler, he had to win a lifelong match with a private pain that other gay athletes understand too well.

A Worthy Sacrifice

Making the right choice often entails making the difficult one.

Something To Talk About

College athletes stage meet-and-greets with young students all the time, but it’s rare that the athletes are the nervous ones.

Know Thy Worth

When that job offer comes through, how do you maximize your earning potential when you’re just starting out?

The Loss of a Leader

The words “Rest in peace, my friend” were scrawled across the whiteboard.

The Wait Is Over

After 17 years, the longtime Evansville cross country coach can add track and field coach to his title.

Score One for Honesty

The triumph of giving up a victory that wasn’t earned.

Look at the Bright Side

For more than 40 years, the athletics facilities at the University of Northwestern-St. Paul’s campus resembled pre-1988 Wrigley Field.

A Shooting Sensation

Jeannie Demers’ records on the hardwood stand nearly 30 years later.

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