Student-Athlete Leadership Training

The 2021 summer Student-Athlete Leadership Training session will equip participating student-athletes with vital personal development skills that will serve them on and off the field of competition. The two-day virtual immersive leadership training will feature transformational keynote speakers, virtual community service, a small-group engagement focus, and impactful curriculum for attending student-athletes. 

Key dates

  • April 7, 2021: Application opens (8 a.m. Eastern time)

  • May 3, 2021: Application closes (5 p.m. Eastern time)

  • Week of May 17, 2021: Applicants are notified of their acceptance to the training

  • June 17-18, 2021: Student-Athlete Leadership Training session dates

What You’ll Learn

The theme of the two-day developmental program is “What’s Your Leadership DNA?” You will gain an understanding of the importance of leading yourself before leading others and how to live out your personal values on a daily basis. Through your attendance, you will be better equipped to recognize emotions and articulate the impact they have on your thoughts, behaviors, and actions. You will walk away from the program with a refined ability to articulate your personal leadership traits and style.

The session will provide you with opportunities to discover your leadership identity and the qualities that make your leadership DNA unique. You will understand the impact self-awareness has on influencing others through in-depth leadership assessments. The training session will equip you with the skills you need to thrive as a leader on your campus and prepare you to continue your impact when your competitive athletic days come to an end. This leadership program is designed to prepare tomorrow’s leaders today, building your confidence as a leader and stock your toolkit with vital skills necessary to thrive when influencing others. 

Who is Eligible

All student-athletes who have completed at least two academic semesters by the start of the training are eligible to be nominated and apply, including those who have graduated in the 2020-21 academic year.  Student-athletes from all divisions and sports are encouraged to apply. 

How to Apply

Athletics administrators are strongly encouraged to seek out student-athlete interest in the Student-Athlete Leadership Training, walking through the objectives of the program and commitment required of participants.

Athletics directors, senior woman administrators or student-athlete affairs administrators may nominate student-athletes via the “Nominator” tab in the NCAA Program Hub by entering the interested applicants’ first and last names and email addresses. Please note: The program’s nominations are listed under the title, “2021 Virtual Student-Athlete Leadership Training.”

Division I and III administrators are able to nominate up to three student-athletes, while Division II administrators are able to nominate up to four participants.

Nominated student-athletes will receive an email that directs them to the NCAA Program Hub to complete a profile and submit their application through the “Application” tab. 

All application materials must be submitted by the nominated student-athlete.

Questions?

For information about the NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Training session, email ldevelopment@ncaa.org.

NCAA Leadership Collective Frequently Asked Questions

The NCAA Leadership Collective is a resource that furthers the Association’s commitment to promoting cultural diversity and equity in college sports, in line with the NCAA Presidential Pledge.

The Leadership Collective is a database created by the Leadership Development department that highlights the careers and achievements of ethnic minority athletics administrators and coaches. The platform was developed to assist NCAA member school and athletics conference executives with diversifying their talent lists.

Who is eligible to upload their information to the Leadership Collective?

All individuals creating profiles within the NCAA Leadership Collective must identify as ethnic minorities.

Administrators must serve on the senior leadership team within their athletics department or conference office and possess at least five years of athletics administrative experience at the campus, conference office or affiliate organization level to be approved to create a profile within the system. As part of their application, administrators must receive a letter from their athletics director articulating their support for the applicant creating a profile in the Leadership Collective.

Coaches from all NCAA-sponsored sports may apply to the Leadership Collective, whether they are full or part time. To be approved to access the platform, coaches must have at least five years of coaching experience at the collegiate level, demonstrate an ability to articulate their coaching philosophy and program vision to key stakeholders, and show dedication to professional development. As part of their application, coaches must receive a letter from their head coach articulating their support for the applicant creating a profile in the Leadership Collective.

Individuals who meet the criteria detailed above will be approved and granted access after submitting the application form.

Who will have access to review information in the Leadership Collective?

College presidents, chancellors, athletics directors, conference commissioners and search firm executives will have access to review the professional in the Leadership Collective.

What occurs after a person applies to create a profile in the Leadership Collective?

Within 10 business days, applicants will receive a decision (approval or rejection) based on whether they meet the outlined criteria.

Please note: Applicants will receive two different emails (one from the NCAA and one from the platform directly) if they are accepted. Applicants should monitor their spam folders in their email inboxes to ensure both emails are received. 

What information is included in Leadership Collective profiles?

Profiles in the Leadership Collective will be highly customizable with vital information to those searching potential candidates, speakers and committee members in the system. These user-created profiles will include thorough job experiences and responsibilities, employment history, educational background, professional development involvement, personal “interview” questions, and any relevant media highlights. Individuals also have the opportunity to upload a video that talks about their career achievements or explains their personal/career philosophies.

It is the responsibility of individuals who upload information to keep their portfolios current and accurate. Portfolios will not be edited by NCAA staff. Leadership Development reserves the right to deactivate accounts if anything offensive or questionable is uploaded.

Can information be deactivated once it is uploaded to the Leadership Collective?

Individuals have the option to deactivate their portfolio if wanting to provide updates or to remove their information from view. The information will still be in the Leadership Collective but will not be visible to anyone accessing the database.

If I have a technical problem creating my profile or accessing the Leadership Collective, whom should I contact?

Anyone experiencing technical issues or problems with the NCAA Leadership Collective should contact ldevelopment@ncaa.org.

How does this initiative tie to the NCAA Presidential Pledge?

In 2016, the NCAA put out the Pledge and Commitment to Promoting Diversity and Gender Equity in Intercollegiate Athletics. This pledge specifically commits to establishing initiatives for achieving ethnic and racial diversity, gender equity and inclusion, with a focus and emphasis on hiring practices in intercollegiate athletics, to reflect the diversity of our membership and our nation. The NCAA Leadership Collective will provide NCAA member schools and conferences access to a diverse talent pool that will directly serve the pledge intent. It will hopefully provide resources to help identify, recruit and interview individuals from diverse backgrounds to increase their representation as commissioners, athletics directors, coaches, committee members and other leaders in athletics.

 

NCAA Leadership Collective

The NCAA is committed to fostering a culture of diversity and inclusion across college athletics. The NCAA Leadership Collective serves as a tool to progress toward an environment of diverse representation in collegiate coaching and athletics administration. The Leadership Collective is an interactive and user-friendly platform, which highlights the vast professional accomplishments of ethnic minorities within college sports through customizable, in-depth personal profiles.

What benefit does the Leadership Collective provide?

The Leadership Collective serves to encourage membership participation and demonstrate the NCAA’s commitment to promoting cultural diversity and equity in college sports, in conjunction with the NCAA Presidential Pledge campaign. The Leadership Collective will serve to answer the commonly posed question, “Where can I find qualified minority candidates?”

Through the showcase of the achievements of its users, the NCAA Leadership Collective will help NCAA member school and athletics conference executives diversify their talent lists and be more inclusive when making personnel decisions. The resource can be used for hiring senior staff, making committee appointments, finding speakers and filling other related needs. By elevating the prominence of talented minority administrators and coaches across the college sports landscape, the NCAA continues to work toward its commitment to having athletics leadership reflect the student-athlete population it serves.

How does the Leadership Collective work?

The Leadership Collective will feature two designations: “members” who will populate the system with public profiles and “searchers” who are those with the ability to search and view profiles within the system. The “searcher” category is populated by directors of athletics, conference commissioners, member school presidents, search firm executives, and others with hiring authority for senior-level athletics positions.

Members must submit an application (in the “How to apply” section below) to gain access to the Leadership Collective. Once the application is reviewed, assessing whether the applicant meets all eligibility criteria, the applicant will receive an approval granting the ability to create a profile in the platform.

Who is eligible to apply to create a profile in the Leadership Collective?

Full-time administrators and coaches at NCAA member schools or conference offices fulfilling the criteria below may apply to upload their information in the Leadership Collective. All individuals who apply to the Leadership Collective must identify as ethnic minorities.

  • Administrator criteria.
    • Serves on the senior leadership team within an athletics department or at the conference office level.
    • Has at least five years of athletics administrative experience on campus, at a conference office or in an athletics affiliate organization.
  • Coach criteria.
    • Be a coach from any NCAA-sponsored sports. Applicants may be full or part time to access the system.
    • Has at least five years of coaching experience at the collegiate level.
    • Demonstrates ability to clearly communicate/articulate a personal coaching philosophy and a vision for a program to key stakeholders.
    • Shows dedication to self-improvement/professional development.

How to apply

The online application to the NCAA Leadership Collective is available via the link below:

https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=VumhhTdmHUu27scqWe4IfwtWTr-zx2tNgKWLjOiH5hZUQVI4N0dMR1pNRUs3SVhVUDY4TkJKVzJBTC4u

Applicants must submit a personal statement articulating their interest in creating a profile within the Leadership Collective as part of their application. This will be requested after your initial application is submitted.

Please note: Searchers (ADs, presidents, conference commissioners) do not need to apply to the Leadership Collective. Those individuals will receive credentials directly through an NCAA invitation.

Resources

Questions

Should you have additional questions about the NCAA Leadership Collective, please contact ldevelopment@ncaa.org.

NCAA Leadership Academy Workshop FAQs

Is it required to apply with another person from our department/campus?

  • Yes, it is required to apply with another person from your department/campus. There is a significantly higher implementation rate when more than one person involved from the institution gains the skills and education from participation in the workshop.

Please note: The application says “If you applied with another member…” but it is indeed required to apply with another individual.

Is it required that my partner is an individual who works in athletics? Can my partner be a coach at my institution?

  • It is not required to have a both applicants employed within the athletic department, however, at least one applicant must be an athletic department employee. Partnerships may include a coach or a constituent from outside of athletics on campus, if that person will play an active role within the leadership programming.

Does each individual within the pair need to submit their own application or does the pair submit one application together?

  • Applicant pairs must submit separate applications. You will be asked to provide the name of your partner in the application.

Do pairs need to submit a separate letter of recommendation and commitment letter from the Athletic Director?

  • Applicant pairs should submit the same commitment letter from their Athletic Director (or Conference Commissioner) and the same letter of recommendation from a senior level athletics department member.

Is there a cost to participate in the Leadership Academy Workshop?

  • There is no cost associated with participating in this program due to its delivery via virtual platform.

I work at a conference office, can I submit my application to LAW?

  • Yes, conference administrators are encouraged to apply. We have had conference administrators attend the program in the past to create leadership programming for their conferences (e.g. leadership forums, SAAC leadership conferences, etc.)

Is the expectation to develop a new leadership program or enhance a program currently in place?

  • Participants in past cohorts have started LAW without having a leadership program in place, while some have already had an existing leadership program in place. We welcome both types of applicants, as the goal is to help develop sustainable leadership development programs, whether from scratch or enhancing pre-existing efforts.

What is the typical profile of a successful applicant for the Leadership Academy Workshop?

  • The program attracts a diverse and talented group. A successful applicant, will clearly articulate their commitment and drive to develop an effective and sustainable leadership program for their campus or conference office.

Athletes Using Their Power (A4)

Now more than ever, student-athletes use their platforms to speak out about the injustices in our country. As they strive for a more inclusive world, they are looking to their institutions’ athletic departments and communities to evaluate their polices, identify change opportunities and be leaders in fighting against injustices.

Our mission in leadership development is to educate and empower student-athletes, coaches, and athletics administrators through transformative experiences that develop effective leaders, cultivate an inclusive community and enhance the college sports landscape.

In alignment with this mission, NCAA leadership development has created a four-part virtual series that will educate student-athletes on the power they have and how they can use it to effectively enact meaningful change. Weekly sessions will be engaging and center on action, preparing student-athletes to be effective change leaders on campus and within their communities.  

Sessions will take place at 6 p.m. EST and run for 90 minutes on Sundays throughout the month of August. Each topic will be led by subject matter experts and/or practitioners. Registration links will be available the Monday prior to each session in the program schedule below. Participants will only be able to register for one session at a time. All sessions will be recorded and posted following their completion.

This virtual program is accessible only to student-athletes. Only student-athletes will be eligible to register to attend the program meetings and we ask that no coaches or administrators are present with student-athletes when they tune in to A4. There is a plan to hold a similar program for administrators and coaches in the coming months, but we ask that the August series remains solely student-athlete participants.

Program schedule:

Address Difficult Conversations

Participants will gain a skillset to effectively address issues of injustice and inequality that they observe or face within their daily lives. Registered attendees will explore how they can start the conversation on these topics, different approaches to discussing difficult subjects and the role of identity in addressing these issues. Facilitators will create a brave space for participants to engage with peers around their experiences, emphasizing listening and learning from one another.

Activism for the Student-Athlete

Athletes have stood on the frontlines of protests surrounding racial inequality, with examples in college sports including kneeling for the National Anthem and refusing to partake in donor events and workouts. It is evident that activism takes various forms. During this session, participants will learn what is activism, how it plays a role in sports and how they can use their voice to create change within their teams, campuses and communities. Participants will hear from a panel of student-athlete activists about their experiences, triumphs and challenges.

Allyship Best Practices

Allyship is a critical to support many different groups and individuals, but the term is often misused and misunderstood. During this session, participants will learn what allyship looks like and how they can show up as an ally. The participants will gain an understanding of the importance of self-awareness, education and empathy as it relates to allyship.

Action Sustainability

Participants will engage in conversation on how they can best make this a movement and not a moment in history. This session will talk about the importance and power of voting, continuous education and changing culture so that diversity, inclusion, equity, and justice are imbedded into the institution and community’s structure.

Questions

For more information about the A4 programming series, please contact us at ldevelopment@ncaa.org.

Executive Affairs - Postgraduate Internship

Key Dates:

  • Aug. 5, 2020 – Application opens (8 a.m. Eastern time)
  • Sept. 7, 2020 – Application deadline (5 p.m. Eastern time)
  • June 14, 2021 – Start date for 2021-22 internship program

Apply:

The NCAA Executive Affairs department is a key leadership bureau at the NCAA. The department works directly with the presidential bodies and various councils and committees that dictate the landscape of college athletics. The department collaborates with the membership to implement and communicate policies to create the best possible student-athlete experience.  

The executive affairs intern supports the executive office to advance presidential initiatives, NCAA communications goals and Association-wide initiatives. Applicants for the position tend to possess strong abilities in communicating with a wide array of audiences, while remaining organized and attentive to detail.

Former interns within executive affairs have accepted communications and public policy roles at NCAA member schools and conferences and at national governing bodies.

Check out the job description for the executive affairs intern position here.

Contact Us

For more information about the postgraduate internship program, please contact us via email at internship@ncaa.org.

 

NCAA Champion Forum

Key Dates

  • April 1-2, 2020: Champion Forum Women's Basketball (CANCELLED)
  • May 3-5, 2020: Champion Forum Men's Basketball (CANCELLED)
  • June 29-30, 2020: Champion Forum Football (CANCELLED)

The Champion Forum provides current coaches with a unique and transformative professional development opportunity. Participants gain a realistic view of what it takes to become a head coach at the collegiate level. Throughout the academic year, leadership development executes three iterations of the program: Champion Forum for Football, Champion Forum for Men’s Basketball and Champion Forum for Women’s Basketball. High-performing, high-potential ethnic minority assistant coaches from these three sports who have been identified as rising stars in the industry will be selected to participate in this immersive educational experience. The Champion Forum will prepare tomorrow’s leaders in football and basketball, populating a talented pool of future head coaches primed to influence a vital shift in college athletics.

Eligibility and selection profile

With a firm emphasis on the holistic development of student-athletes, participants in the Champion Forum will engage in thoughtful, open dialogue about the challenges of coaching at the highest level. The Champion Forum also provides an opportunity to practice personal messaging and connect with the most successful minds in the industry, who will serve as continued resources after the programming dates. At the core of the curriculum is the simulation of various components of the head coaching interview process, which features exposure to decision-makers (current and former head coaches, university presidents, conference executives, directors of athletics and search firms) to best understand how to “win” the interview.

You will be equipped with a toolkit that will facilitate your journey along the path to obtaining a head coaching position and prepare you to succeed as an impactful and influential leader of student-athletes in your sport. After engaging in the two-day program, you will walk away with renewed self-confidence, a thorough understanding of your competitive advantage and a strengthened ability to continue to transform the lives of the student-athletes you serve daily. 

How are participants chosen?

Participants are selected in collaboration with conference offices, industry experts and NCAA consultants who analyze participants using rigorous selection criteria. This ensures that those in attendance are fully invested in their self-improvement and have immense potential to achieve greatness on and off the court or field.

 For selection purposes, below is the ideal candidate profile:

  1. Is an ethnic minority Division I assistant or associate head coach.
  2. Demonstrates ability to understand college athletics from a “30,000-foot view,” its role within higher education and the CEO duties of a head coach (leadership and presence).
  3. Demonstrates ability to clearly communicate/articulate a personal coaching philosophy and a vision for a basketball or football program to key stakeholders (university administration, donors, media, student-athletes, etc.).
  4. Has management experience or management potential.
  5. Has called plays or is directly involved in game planning.
  6. Is a highly effective recruiter.
  7. Quickly climbed coaching ladder and appears primed to become a head coach (even if other criteria not met).
  8. Shows dedication to self-improvement/professional development.

Questions?

For more information about the Champion Forum, please contact ldevelopment@ncaa.org.

Achieving Communication Success Workshop

A three-day immersive educational experience in which senior-level administrators craft and perfect their personal messaging, this program helps participants develop communication skills that are vital to expanding their leadership capabilities in college sports. The program strengthens skills participants need in their current roles and prepares them to thrive in future opportunities. This workshop is an outgrowth of the NCAA Board of Governors’ commitment to diversity and inclusion.

What You’ll Learn

With the help of communication industry experts, participants develop strategies and tactics to learn how to deliver their message — both internally to campus constituents and externally to media representatives, hiring managers and invested stakeholders. Through on- and off-camera interviews, group discussions and real-time feedback, participants improve their communication skills, both personally and professionally. Key programming components include understanding an audience, communicating through the media, the art of the effective presentation and how to manage internal communication as a senior leader.

At the heart of the Achieving Communication Success Workshop sits the development of a personal narrative: a five-minute statement that answers the intimidating and decisive “tell me about yourself” question so often posed in the job search. Those who complete the workshop emerge with a renewed ability to tell their story, preparing them to serve as their biggest advocate and secure a job offer when presented the opportunity. After integrating into a supportive cohort and engaging with deeply invested consultants, participants return to campus with a refined ability to communicate effectively at all levels and a strengthened self-awareness that translates to future career and personal success.

Who is Eligible

Ethnic minority senior-level athletics administrators from NCAA member schools or conference offices are eligible for selection. Leadership development staff members identify participants by consulting with NCAA governance staff, member-led committees and affiliate organizations.

This workshop is offered twice each year. The October session takes place in conjunction with the Women Leaders in College Sports National Convention, so Women Leaders collaborates with NCAA leadership development to select those participants.

Questions?

For information about the Achieving Communication Success Workshop, email ldevelopment@ncaa.org.

AASP Scholar Graduate Honor Roll

The Accelerating Academic Success Program is introducing our inaugural AASP Honor Roll Class. The Honor Roll is designed to recognize student-athlete academic excellence.  Academics is at the heart of the NCAA’s mission.  The AASP Honor Roll showcases those student-athletes who go above and beyond in the classroom during the tenure of their intercollegiate athletic and academic careers.  The AASP Scholar Graduate Honor Roll highlights the academic success of our student-athletes and the institutional commitment to academic excellence. 

To be eligible for this honor, a student-athlete must: 

  • Have graduated from an AASP eligible institution in Spring of the 2018-19 academic year
  • Have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or above 

 We salute and congratulate the 2019 inaugural class of the AASP Honor Roll.

* Click on the headings below to sort the table.

Name* School* Sport*
Colin Devin St. Francis College Men's Golf
David Tottori St. Francis College Men's Golf
Sami Gliguem St. Francis College Men’s Soccer
Ali Tounkara St. Francis College Men's Soccer
Jonas Veazey St. Francis College Men's Swimming and Diving
Pablo Blasco St. Francis College Men's Tennis
Alejandro Ridruejo St. Francis College Men's Tennis
Ognjen Antanaskovic St. Francis College Men's Water Polo
Nikita Prokhin St. Francis College Men's Water Polo
Dana Direnzo St. Francis College Women's Basketball
Amy O'Neill St. Francis College Women's Basketball
Maria Palarino St. Francis College Women's Basketball
Victoria Wagner St. Francis College Women's Basketball
Mary Anderson St. Francis College Women's Swimming and Diving
Nicole Herrick St. Francis College Women's Swimming and Diving
Gabriella Nobrega St. Francis College Women's Volleyball
Nina Tiedt St. Francis College Women's Volleyball
De'Kayta Alex Southeastern Louisiana University Women's Track and Field
Jared Biddy Southeastern Louisiana University Men's Baseball
Ashailee Brailey Southeastern Louisiana University Women's Basketball
Payton Colson Southeastern Louisiana University Women's Soccer
Joris Etlin Southeastern Louisiana University Men's Golf
Corey Gaconi Southeastern Louisiana University Men's Baseball
Mason Knopp Southeastern Louisiana University Men's Baseball
Sofia Olsson Southeastern Louisiana University Women's Soccer
Nathan Pilutti Southeastern Louisiana University Men's Baseball
Scott Sanders Southeastern Louisiana University Men's Baseball
Kyle Schimpf Southeastern Louisiana University Men's Baseball
Clarissa Smith Southeastern Louisiana University Women's Cross Country
Bryce Tassin Southeastern Louisiana University Men's Baseball
Alexandra Torres Southeastern Louisiana University Women's Volleyball
Cole Berry Eastern Illinois University Men's Baseball
Tyler Tesmond Eastern Illinois University Men's Baseball
Joseph Carter Eastern Illinois University Men's Cross Country
Charles Adare Eastern Illinois University Men's Golf
Daphne Chang Eastern Illinois University Women's Golf
Katlyn Hasprey Eastern Illinois University Women's Golf
Elisabeth Held Eastern Illinois University Women's Soccer
Kate Olson Eastern Illinois University Women's Soccer
Kayla Stolfa Eastern Illinois University Women's Soccer
Nicholas Harkins Eastern Illinois University Men's Swimming and Diving
Martee Grainger Eastern Illinois University Women's Swimming and Diving
Caro Lamarque Eastern Illinois University Women's Swimming and Diving
Abigail Carpenter Eastern Illinois University Women's Tennis
Srishti Slaria Eastern Illinois University Women's Tennis
Ashton Wilson Eastern Illinois University Men's Track and Field
Kaitlyn Ebert Eastern Illinois University Women's Track and Field
Gina Furlin Eastern Illinois University Women's Volleyball
Ashley Bartlett Eastern Illinois University Women's Softball
Mady Poulter Eastern Illinois University Women's Softball
Timerik Cook Tennessee State University  Men's Football
Shakur Jackson Tennessee State University  Men's Football
Rosario Falzone Tennessee State University  Men's Golf
Drew Owens Tennessee State University  Men's Golf
Maddison Clark Tennessee State University  Women's Softball
Emma Colegrove Tennessee State University  Women's Softball
Megan Huppee Tennessee State University  Women's Softball
Kierra Ware Tennessee State University  Women's Softball
Pragati Natraj Tennessee State University  Women's Tennis
Abhilasha Vishwanath Tennessee State University  Women's Tennis
Samantha Anderson University of Central Arkansas Women's Volleyball
Camille Bassett University of Central Arkansas Women's Soccer
Antonija Bozic University of Central Arkansas Women's Basketball
Christian Brasher University of Central Arkansas Men's Baseball
Brett D'Amico University of Central Arkansas Men's Baseball
Morgan Felts University of Central Arkansas Women's Softball
Sally Fridstrom University of Central Arkansas Women's Golf
William Hancock University of Central Arkansas Men's Baseball
Christopher Holmes University of Central Arkansas Men's Soccer
Kylee Kirk University of Central Arkansas Women's Track and Field
Dango Kumwenda University of Central Arkansas Men's Soccer
Abbie Linna University of Central Arkansas Women's Track and Field
Rada Manataweewat University of Central Arkansas Women's Tennis
Brianna Mullins University of Central Arkansas Women's Basketball
Hannah Noble University of Central Arkansas Women's Track and Field
Luis Obiols Hohn University of Central Arkansas Men's Golf
Curtis Parker University of Central Arkansas Men's Football
Kelsey Quick University of Central Arkansas Women's Soccer
Markus Schweikert University of Central Arkansas Men's Track & Field
Oakley Sisemore University of Central Arkansas Women's Softball
Ian Smith University of Central Arkansas Men's Track and Field 
Mason Smith University of Central Arkansas Men's Baseball
Emma Svensson University of Central Arkansas Women's Golf
Jessica Taylor University of Central Arkansas Women's Softball
Briana Whisenhunt University of Central Arkansas Women's Softball
Cassidy Barrios Nicholls State University Women's Basketball
Madison Slavens Nicholls State University Women's Soccer
Maegen Ellis Nicholls State University Women's Softball
Stephanie Barnett Nicholls State University Women's Tennis
Alexa Perry Nicholls State University Women's Volleyball
Jade Piper Nicholls State University Women's Volleyball
Alayah Byers California State University, Fullerton Women's Track and Field
Cady Francis California State University, Fullerton Women's Volleyball
Gretchen Hom California State University, Fullerton Women's Softball
Summer Kerins California State University, Fullerton Women's Volleyball 
Alysse McMillen California State University, Fullerton Women's Track and Field 
Felicia Medalla California State University, Fullerton Women's Golf
Ryan Polakiewicz California State University, Fullerton Men's Track and Field 
Pauline Welker California State University, Fullerton Women's Golf
Alexandra Whitman California State University, Fullerton Women's Cross Country and Track and Field
Ariana Williams California State University, Fullerton Women's Softball 
Colby Koontz Northwestern State University Men's Basketball
Leah Barnes Northwestern State University Women's Basketball
Samantha Thomas Northwestern State University Women's Basketball
Corban James Northwestern State University Men's Football
Ryan Reed Northwestern State University Men's Football
Ysmina Smith  Northwestern State University Women's Soccer
April Trowbridge Northwestern State University Women's Soccer
Polina Mutel  Northwestern State University Women's Tennis
Tyra Duma Northwestern State University Women's Track and Field
Jasmyn Hunter Northwestern State University Women's Track and Field
Sarah Lewis  Northwestern State University Women's Track and Field
Madeline Drake Northwestern State University Women's Volleyball
Victoria Harris  Northwestern State University Women's Volleyball
Reagan Rogers Northwestern State University Women's Volleyball
Zach Glotta  Austin Peay State University Men's Basketball
Sam Lopez Austin Peay State University Men's Golf
Ashton Goodley Austin Peay State University Women's Golf
Taylor Goodley Austin Peay State University Women's Golf
Kacy Acree Austin Peay State University Women's Softball
Savannah Amato Austin Peay State University Women's Track and Field
Nia Gibbs-Francis  Austin Peay State University Women's Track and Field
Dascha Hix Austin Peay State University Women's Track and Field
Gretchen Rosch Austin Peay State University Women's Track and Field
Chad Woodham Austin Peay State University Men's Tennis
Helena Kuppig Austin Peay State University Women's Tennis
Claudia Yanes Garcia Austin Peay State University Women's Tennis
Lidia Yanes Garcia Austin Peay State University Women's Tennis
Jarrett Giacchino Austin Peay State University Men's Football
Michael Hoover Austin Peay State University Men's Football
Ryan Rockenseuss Austin Peay State University Men's Football
Hunter Schmeisser Austin Peay State University Men's Football
Ethan Self Austin Peay State University Men's Football
Logan Carger Austin Peay State University Women's Volleyball
Cecily Gable Austin Peay State University Women's Volleyball
Kristen Stucker Austin Peay State University Women's Volleyball
Kaylee Taff Austin Peay State University Women's Volleyball
Garrett Kueber Austin Peay State University Men's Baseball
David Martinez Austin Peay State University Men's Baseball
Josh Rye Austin Peay State University Men's Baseball
Brandon Vial Austin Peay State University Men's Baseball
Ross Walker Austin Peay State University Men's Baseball
Brice Bement Austin Peay State University Women's Soccer
McKenzie Dixon Austin Peay State University Women's Soccer
Pamela Penaloza Austin Peay State University Women's Soccer
Jennifer Smith Austin Peay State University Women's Soccer
Kanisha Tharpe Alabama A&M University Women's Basketball
Paul San Alabama A&M University Men's Golf
Zachary Collins Prairie View A&M University Men's Football
Naharika Rama Prairie View A&M University Women’s Tennis
Vannessa Castro Prairie View A&M University Women's Softball
Kiara Ross Prairie View A&M University Women's Softball
Nicholas Kreutzer University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Men's Basketball
Ryan Mallison University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Men's Basketball
Austin Toth University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Men's Basketball
Marteveus Favors University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Men's Football
Travis Bibbs University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Men's Track and Field 
Kuhtso Ledwaba University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Men's Tennis
Ashlee Daniel University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Women's Basketball
Malaik Muhammad University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Women's Basketball
Cierra Fenwick University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Women's Soccer
Karissa Fenwick University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Women's Soccer
Rebecca Holmes University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Women's Soccer
Kameron Graham University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Women's Softball
Karia Hall University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Women's Softball
Alexandria Taylor University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Women's Softball
Ajani Bethea-Nurse University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Women's Track and Field
Christ-Shamma Metalbert University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Women's Track and Field
Lisa Casimie University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Women's Volleyball
Brittney Sahlmann University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Women's Volleyball
Jenna Wuzinski University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Women's Volleyball
Kori Kutsch Alabama State University Women’s Volleyball
Lea Krajcovicoa Alabama State University Women’s Tennis
Gabriela Lackova Alabama State University Women’s Tennis
Britanee Harris Alabama State University Women’s Soccer
Tiarra Wilkins Alabama State University Women's Bowling
Fausto Pichardo Alabama State University Men’s Basketball
Jeremiah Bozeman Jackson State University Men's Basketball 
Nickolas C. Davis Jackson State University Men's Football
Laura Funk Jackson State University Women's Volleyball
Nadia Hernandez Jackson State University Women's Soccer
Javauny K. Hyde Jackson State University Men's Track and Field 
Lucia Isabel Solis Jackson State University Women's Tennis
Alyssa Quixley University of New Orleans Women's Basketball
Michael Sotile University of New Orleans Men's Golf
Nicolas Kramer University of New Orleans Men's Tennis
Trang Dao University of New Orleans Women's Tennis
Mark Golay University of New Orleans Men's Cross Country and Track and Field
Jordan Courtois University of New Orleans Women's Track and Field
Madison Miller University of New Orleans Women's Beach Volleyball
Nicolas Bianco Sacramento State University Men's Football
Estel Boix Noguer Sacramento State University Women's Rowing
Savanna Corr Sacramento State University Women's Softball
Sofia Gulnova Sacramento State University Women's Tennis
Mikus Losbergs Sacramento State University Men's Tennis
Ericka Magana Sacramento State University Women's Basketball
Nolan Merker Sacramento State University Men's Football
Abigail Morgan Sacramento State University Women's Rowing
Carly Pratt Sacramento State University Women's Gymnastics
Bernardo Moraes Sacramento State University Men's Tennis
Raegen Rohn Sacramento State University Women's Basketball
Lauren Schmeiss Sacramento State University Women's Gymnastics
Matthew Smith Sacramento State University Men's Baseball
Frederick Wagner Sacramento State University Men's Track and Field
Sofia Wicker Velez Sacramento State University Women's Tennis
Ricky Williams Sacramento State University Men's Football
Lucas Krusinski Morgan State University Men's Tennis
Arjun Ramakrishnan Morgan State University Men's Tennis
Kiersten Bateman Morgan State University Women's Bowling
Katherine Clouse Morgan State University Women's Bowling
Devin Hill-Bartlett Morgan State University Women's Bowling
Rachel Baurer Morgan State University Women's Cross Country
Giselle Alvarez Morgan State University Women's Softball
Gabrielle Gorosave Morgan State University Women's Softball
Sarah Clark Morgan State University Women's Softball
Damali Young Morgan State University Women's Softball
Stormy Zyzyk Morgan State University Women's Softball
Peggy Rooke Morgan State University Women's Tennis
Oriane Yehouenou Morgan State University Women's Tennis
Kevena Jones Morgan State University Women's Track and Field
Kheanna Landrum Morgan State University Women's Volleyball
Peyton Cain                         University of Tennessee, Martin Men's Baseball
Brooke Gyori                       University of Tennessee, Martin Women's Volleyball
Bianca McFarland              University of Tennessee, Martin Women's Soccer
Amy McGivern                   University of Tennessee, Martin Women's Soccer
Alli Fulcher                           University of Tennessee, Martin Women's Softball
Jessie Douglas                     University of Tennessee, Martin Women's Softball
Danae Kaldaridou              University of Tennessee, Martin Women's Soccer
Sara Ketis                             University of Tennessee, Martin Women's Soccer
Maggie Burkett                  University of Tennessee, Martin Women's Soccer
Jemima Potter                    University of Tennessee, Martin Women's Tennis
Zach Denney                       University of Tennessee, Martin Men's Baseball
Cherie Wilson                     University of Tennessee, Martin Women's Cross Country and Track and Field
Chantal Wilson                   University of Tennessee, Martin Women's Cross Country and Track and Field
Andrea Plantada                University of Tennessee, Martin Women's Tennis
Sammie Felts                      University of Tennessee, Martin Women's Equestrian
Andre Delcalzo                   University of Tennessee, Martin Women's Rifle
Jonah Brody                        University of Tennessee, Martin Men's Baseball
Akeia Joyner University of Arkansas at Little Rock Women's Track and Field
Anna Kharlamova University of Arkansas at Little Rock Women's Swimming
Arola Aparicio Gili University of Arkansas at Little Rock Women's Soccer
Bailey Fithian University of Arkansas at Little Rock Women's Soccer
Chase Coker University of Arkansas at Little Rock Men's Baseball
Christina Nickerson University of Arkansas at Little Rock Women's Track and Field
Claire Palmer University of Arkansas at Little Rock Women's Soccer
Emilie Blennow University of Arkansas at Little Rock Women's Golf
Garrett Scott University of Arkansas at Little Rock Men's Baseball
Jaclyn Purvine University of Arkansas at Little Rock Women's Soccer
Josephine Verslues University of Arkansas at Little Rock Women's Soccer
Justin Warren University of Arkansas at Little Rock Men's Golf
Laura Ruiz Astorga University of Arkansas at Little Rock Women's Swimming
Logan Strange University of Arkansas at Little Rock Women's Soccer
Nora Hellmers University of Arkansas at Little Rock Women's Soccer
Pablo Ortiz University of Arkansas at Little Rock Men's Baseball
Siarra Tucker University of Arkansas at Little Rock Women's Soccer
Sydnee Martin University of Arkansas at Little Rock Women's Volleyball
Vasiliki Falaina University of Arkansas at Little Rock Women's Swimming
Veronica Marin University of Arkansas at Little Rock Women's Volleyball
Zach Ours University of Arkansas at Little Rock Men's Baseball
Jared Quintero Saint Peter's University  Men's Baseball
Jose Cardona Saint Peter's University  Men's Golf
Nicholas Marna Saint Peter's University  Men's Soccer
Steven Parry Saint Peter's University  Men's Soccer
Arthur Bertrand Saint Peter's University  Men's Swimming and Diving
Douglas Nover Saint Peter's University  Men's Track and Field
Schieler Collins Saint Peter's University  Women's Softball
Harlequin Connors Saint Peter's University  Women's Softball
Tiffani Lambert Saint Peter's University  Women's Softball
Barbara Verrastro Saint Peter's University  Women's Softball
Kali Viles Saint Peter's University  Women's Volleyball
Brianni Thomas Saint Peter's University  Women's Swimming and Diving
Jodi Collymore Saint Peter's University  Women's Track and Field
Shelby Deschamps  Norfolk State University Women's Softball
Antenah Girma  Norfolk State University Men's Cross Country and Track and Field
Joseph Wanene  Norfolk State University Men's Cross Country and Track and Field
Johnathan Mahoney  Norfolk State University Men's Baseball
Shane Triplett  California State University, Bakersfield Men's Swim and Dive
Kiana Dorris  California State University, Bakersfield Women's Swim and Dive
Matt Penyacsek California State University, Bakersfield Men's Wrestling
Mark Penyacsek California State University, Bakersfield Men's Wrestling
Jake Ortega California State University, Bakersfield Men's Baseball
Dylan Dombi Youngstown State University Men's Track and Field
James Nedrich Youngstown State University Men's Track and Field
Rachel Hart Youngstown State University Women's Track and Field
Jennifer Muhlenkamp Youngstown State University Women's Track and Field
Noe Anabir Youngstown State University Men’s Basketball
Kyle Hegedus Youngstown State University Men's Football
Danielle Dadig Youngstown State University Women's Softball
Zsani Csado Youngstown State University Women’s Swimming
Aleah Hughes Youngstown State University Women’s Volleyball
Brittany Hoskins Youngstown State University Women’s Soccer
Melinda Trimmer Youngstown State University Women’s Basketball
Megan Creager Youngstown State University Women’s Golf
Evan Standohar Youngstown State University Men’s Golf
Jannon Otto University of California, Riverside Women's Basketball
Malou Thiebaut De Kergret University of California, Riverside Women's Basketball 
Andrew Spilman University of California, Riverside Men's Golf 
Jakeishya Le University of California, Riverside Women's Golf 
Kaiulani Ahuna University of California, Riverside Women's Volleyball 
Aayushi Chouhan   Delaware State University Women's Tennis
Cassius Hamm California State University, Northridge Men's Baseball
Theron Kay California State University, Northridge Men's Baseball
Tyree Harriott California State University, Northridge Men's Track and Field
Claudia Ramos California State University, Northridge Women's Basketball
Taylor Troost California State University, Northridge Women's Softball
Katelyn Vonmeter California State University, Northridge Women's Soccer
Lindsay Kutscher California State University, Northridge Women's Soccer
Kirsten Vonmeter California State University, Northridge Women's Soccer
Elena Lopez California State University, Northridge Women's Track and Field
Kimberly Newton California State University, Northridge Women's Track and Field
Kelsi Dunne California State University, Northridge Women's Track and Field
Cassidy Rosso California State University, Northridge Women's Volleyball
Daci Hughes California State University, Northridge Women's Water Polo
Vivian Talmage California State University, Northridge Women's Water Polo
Colin Devin St. Francis College Men's Golf
David Tottori St. Francis College Men's Golf
Sami Gliguem St. Francis College Men’s Soccer
Ali Tounkara St. Francis College Men's Soccer
Jonas Veazey St. Francis College Men's Swimming and Diving
Pablo Blasco St. Francis College Men's Tennis
Alejandro Ridruejo St. Francis College Men's Tennis
Ognjen Antanaskovic St. Francis College Men's Water Polo
Jalen Alexander Heath Grambling State University Men's Baseball
De'Arius Christmas Grambling State University Men's Football
Jessica Miller Grambling State University Women's Soccer
Kiawna Mounts Grambling State University Women's Soccer
Idah Longwe Grambling State University Women's Tennis

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