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Longtime UIndy AD: ‘Never sell yourself short’

When speaking with Sue Willey, vice president for intercollegiate athletics at UIndy, you know you’re speaking with a person of passion. That’s a feeling required for anyone who aspires to work in college athletics, she said.

2 committee chairs go to the mat for wrestling

Jackie Paquette, associate athletics director for student support and community engagement at UIndy, oversees the sport on her campus and is chair of the Division II Wrestling Committee. Karen Langston, senior associate athletics director for external affairs and capital projects at California State University, Bakersfield, oversees it on her campus, too, and is chair of the Division I Wrestling Committee.

How I scored my job in the global auto industry

Being open-minded helped former UIndy soccer student-athlete David Kurz strike it big in Bavaria with a job in the automotive industry.

Stevan Savich: Banking on success

Stevan Savich went from a standout football player at the University of Indianapolis to a successful businessman in the banking industry. His experiences on the football field, as well as in the classroom while earning his economics degree, helped him obtain a career with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.

UIndy achieves its lofty goal

The University of Indianapolis won the Division II Women’s Golf Championships, ending a string of 15 consecutive titles for Florida-based schools.

College players celebrate National Student-Athlete Day

NCAA student-athletes representing Indiana colleges and universities will participate in a community outreach initiative and celebrate their peers as part of National Student-Athlete Day Tuesday, March 31 at the NCAA national office in Indianapolis.

Popa's tall tale

By Marta Lawrence Constantin Popa barely spoke English when he left his native Romania to play basketball in the United States. Thumbing through an English dictionary, Popa fought his way through one year of high school at a...

A stroke of inspiration

Champion Digital | By Brian Burnsed Dalton Herendeen once hid in the water. As a child, he dreaded family trips to the beach. He loathed the gawking and the stares that always seemed to accompany the summer sun and the ocean breeze. So he...

Up to the challenge

By Brian Burnsed As a race approaches, Dalton Herendeen seems like any other college swimmer. He meticulously stretches his long limbs and 6-foot-4 frame. The focus, so readily apparent in his eyes, is obscured when he snaps on...

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