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Spring sprint: Schools and conferences adapt to 3 seasons competing at once

For administrators and support staff at NCAA member schools and conferences across the country, crossover season took on a whole new meaning this spring with all three seasons competing at once.

Mothers and mentors: Moms share journeys in college athletics

Senior UCLA softball player Jenavee Peres, Arizona women’s basketball head coach Adia Barnes and former Ole Miss soccer player Sara Thompson (Coleman while in college) share their experiences as mothers in college athletics.

Fighting the good fight

A group of coaches who serve on the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Ethics Coalition is working to encourage their peers to rise above the pressures and to help them navigate ethical dilemmas in what can sometimes seem to be an unequal playing field.

Creating space: Amiah Mims leading efforts to create inclusion in racing community

Former Kent State gymnast Amiah Mims never expected a career in the racing industry. Now, she’s leading efforts to make it a more inclusive space.

Classroom comeback

Shaquita Smith and Terrance Motley are among the first handful of former men’s and women’s basketball players to graduate through the NCAA Former Student-Athlete Degree Achievement Program.

2020 NCAA Woman of the Year Honorees: In Their Words

The Top 30 NCAA Woman of the Year honorees reached the pinnacle of athletics success, but to them, sports were more than competition. For these women, sports were a critical part of their journey that helped shape them as people. The 2020 honorees reflected on their unforgettable experiences by writing letters to their sports about the memories and lessons they’ll carry with them beyond collegiate athletics.

‘In the worst of times, you see the best of humanity’

It’s been more than a month since Hurricane Laura ripped through southwest Louisiana, leaving a nearly 50-mile path of destruction. 

McNeese State University is still feeling that pain. So is the university’s home of Lake Charles, a city of about 80,000 people, many...

College athletes using platforms to speak out on social justice issues

Recently, more and more student-athletes across the country have made their voices heard to advocate for their beliefs. This has been especially true on social justice issues.

Hoffman blends nursing, golf experience in COVID-19 response

Sarah Hoffman’s journey to become a standout golfer chasing a pro dream followed a college experience that prioritized academics.

Q&A with former Colgate star Adonal Foyle

Retired NBA player and former Colgate standout Adonal Foyle has a unique perspective on the current social unrest in the United States.

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