Life After the Game

Everything you need to know to master the post-college transition.

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Jerrell Moore: Using relationships to find success

Jerrell Moore, a former all-Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference lineman, learned the value of relationships and investing in others’ growth in life while playing college football.

Heather Lyke: The sporty type

Former Michigan softball player Heather Lyke cites experience as making her a better person and athletics director.

Christopher Howard: Advocate for Education

Christopher Howard is one of the NCAA’s 2016 Silver Anniversary Award winners in honor of being a distinguished former student-athlete 25 years removed from the end of his college playing career.

J. Ofori Agboka: Humble and hungry

J. Ofori Agboka took the importance of teamwork he learned as a college athlete into the business world, where he assembles talent as GM’s HR director.

Joe Juneau: Scoring Goals in Life

Joe Juneau balanced classwork, hockey and learning English at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Now the former Olympian coaches and mentors kids.

LaChina Robinson: Living to Inspire

A reluctant path to basketball changed LaChina Robinson’s trajectory in life. As the only one of 16 children in her blended family to earn a college degree, the Wake Forest alum now inspires others as a broadcaster and role model.

Naret Viravong: A wrestler’s American dream

Naret Viravong escaped his homeland of Laos for safety in a Thailand refugee camp. Now he’s living the American dream as a consultant to orthopedic spine surgeons.

Russell Maryland: A Duty To Serve

Russell Maryland won a lot of games as a University of Miami (Florida) football player, but a vital part of his college experience was being mentored by coaches and professors. Now Maryland pays it back by guiding youth in the right direction.

Anita DeFrantz: Pioneer in athletics, civil rights

College basketball and rowing gave Anita DeFrantz opportunities she never had, and her competitive spirit fueled her career.

Sarah Labowitz: Driving team goals in soccer and life

After playing soccer and earning a degree in history from Grinnell College, Sarah Labowitz now lives a life of service to others as a human rights advocate and research scholar.

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