Winter 2015

Inside the Lines

Before he was a student-athlete, Jason Shuler served four years and three tours in the U.S. Navy as a quartermaster third class, working as a search-and-rescue swimmer.

Carrier Dome Freezes Over

The 49,262-seat Carrier dome had never been the site of a hockey game. That changed Nov. 22 when a pair of Division III schools stepped onto a makeshift rink.

Inextinguishable Zeal

Caleb White is a St. Cloud State student, a college wrestler and a volunteer firefighter.

As Easy as Divisions I, II, III

Participating in college sports has exposed Krista Chauvin to every level of NCAA athletics.

The Reel Deal

Bass fishing isn’t typically associated with college athletics, yet it has exploded in recent years.

A Festival Atmosphere

Bring six national championships together in one weekend festival – which took place in Division II for the eighth time in December – and the impactful moments multiply.

Points of Impact

The NCAA has unveiled a new initiative designed to call attention to the community service projects taking place throughout the national office.

2014 Division II Women’s Volleyball

To earn its first title since 2006, the Spartans had to square off in the tournament final against the only team that had beaten them all season. Their past errors were quickly erased.

2014 Division I Women’s Soccer

Three years in a row, the Seminoles were among the last four teams standing, but never triumphed. On their fourth try, they finally broke through, toppling Virginia and capturing the program’s first national championship.

The Power of a Ball

A small purchase by Wisconsin women’s ice hockey player Brittany Ammerman led to a big empowering moment for women in two small Kenyan villages. Through fundraising Ammerman helped start the Nikumbuke Women's Soccer League.

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