Spring 2018

Lacrosse coaches show staying power in Division I positions

The number of women's teams in Division I lacrosse has nearly tripled since 1981-82, and the number of men's teams has grown by 40 percent in the same time period.

Student-athlete finds perfect harmony in tennis and barbershop quartet

Stephen Goldman enrolled in high school chorus because he wanted to take a class with his best friend. What he found instead was a profound passion for music.

After losing her leg in a moped accident, lacrosse player moves forward with sense of purpose, humor

The UMass Lowell women’s lacrosse team takes the line for a four-part fitness test at the start of every school year, the first challenge before a season full of them.

Cleared for Takeoff

Wingate high jumper Isaiah Kyle, who collapsed in cardiac arrest during preseason conditioning last season and returned to become the national championship runner-up, yearns to be more than a comeback story.

Longtime MIT lacrosse coach learned perspective from his players - and taught them a little bit, too

I was influenced by some teachers and coaches at my high school and felt that it would be a nice career - work with young people, teach and coach.

Basketball, math, violin: Belmont center a triple threat

In basketball, a player in triple-threat position is ready to shoot, pass or dribble. But Belmont senior center Tyler Hadden offers three threats of a different sort. Besides playing college basketball, he is a math major with an eye on becoming an actuary and also plays the violin.

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