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Athlete Feature: 2-Time NCAA Champion and 4-Time Olympic Fencer, Gerek Meinhardt
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Athlete Feature: 2-Time NCAA Champion and 4-Time Olympic Fencer, Gerek Meinhardt

By Tyler Traskos|April 22, 2022

Gerek Meinhardt is a former NCAA fencer and current member of the USA Olympic fencing team. A native of San Francisco, California, Gerek competed at Notre Dame during his undergraduate...

Want to Make it Rain? Check Out the Top 5 States in NIL Rankings
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Want to Make it Rain? Check Out the Top 5 States in NIL Rankings

By Daley Craft|April 22, 2022

The NIL landscape has been called the “Wild, Wild West” of college sports, and for good reason.  Until about a year ago, it was not possible for college athletes to...

The Dangers of Vaping For College Athletes
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The Dangers of Vaping For College Athletes

By Grant Osborne|April 22, 2022

Vaping has been on the rise over the last couple years, specifically when it comes to younger generations. More and more middle school and high schoolers are taking up vaping...

Crunched for Time? Why It’s Not the End of the World to Start Your Recruiting Process Late
Better Late Than Never
Crunched for Time? Why It’s Not the End of the World to Start Your Recruiting Process Late

By Macy McHale|April 21, 2022

Many people assume that if you are not committed to a school by the time you start senior year, you will not be able to play at the Division I...

7 Ways Busy College Athletes Can Get Involved on Campus
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7 Ways Busy College Athletes Can Get Involved on Campus

By Kyle Haflich|April 21, 2022

As an athlete in college, you are constantly practicing. Weight room workouts, conditioning,, and even training room drills–you do it all. On top of that, depending on the program, you...

21 Reasons College Athletes Get Cut or Quit
Don't Give Up!
21 Reasons College Athletes Get Cut or Quit

By Grant Osborne|April 21, 2022

College sports can be tough on certain people which may lead to a player quitting or getting cut. College athletics aren’t for everyone so they decide to step away from...

4 Lessons to Live By From a Former D2 College Athlete
Wise Advice
4 Lessons to Live By From a Former D2 College Athlete

By Daesha Harper|April 21, 2022

My time as an athlete has been an interesting experience. I know what it is like to fail and succeed, and what I have learned in my four years of...

35 Years and Counting: DIII Recruiting Advice From Anna Maria College Men’s Basketball Coach, Shawn Conrad
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35 Years and Counting: DIII Recruiting Advice From Anna Maria College Men’s Basketball Coach, Shawn Conrad

By Ashton Grenon|April 20, 2022

Shawn Conrad is in his 35th year of coaching college basketball, and his 15th at the helm at Anna Maria College. He has accumulated 325 wins and counting, with 156...

Mental Health is Healthcare: The Case for More Sports Psychologists in College Sports
Mind Games
Mental Health is Healthcare: The Case for More Sports Psychologists in College Sports

By Chloe Singer|April 20, 2022

While athletic departments are full of trainers meant to help athletes heal from physical injuries, many fail to adequately address the mental health of student-athletes. The need for increased support...

Daily Grind of a D1 Women’s Basketball Player: Quinnipiac University’s Cat Almeida
Rise and Grind
Daily Grind of a D1 Women’s Basketball Player: Quinnipiac University’s Cat Almeida

By Grant Osborne|April 20, 2022

Daily Grind articles are posted every Wednesday to provide a look into a day in the life of a college athlete and give an example of time management skills. Cat...

7 Recruiting Questions for National Champion Men’s Volleyball Coach, Radu Petrus
Championship Recruiting Advice
7 Recruiting Questions for National Champion Men’s Volleyball Coach, Radu Petrus

By Grant Osborne|April 20, 2022

Let’s get inside a national champion coach’s head. Coach Radu Petrus is the head coach of the men’s volleyball team at SUNY New Paltz. Over his 15 years coaching the...

The Reality of Hazing in College Sports: What College Athletes Need to Know
Don't Be a Victim!
The Reality of Hazing in College Sports: What College Athletes Need to Know

By Mary Archibald|April 19, 2022

It’s way too common to hear stories about fraternities or sororities taking hazing too far and leading to severe and even deadly consequences, but did you know that similar environments...

Work Hard, Play Hard: 30 Ways to Have Fun as a Busy College Athlete
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Work Hard, Play Hard: 30 Ways to Have Fun as a Busy College Athlete

By Daesha Harper|April 19, 2022

As a collegiate athlete, between practice, competitions, team meetings, travel, and of course, school, your free time is limited. But even with a busy schedule, you should always find time...

Thinking of going DIII? Check out These 10 Recruiting Questions for Lake Forest Head Basketball Coach, Ken Davis
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Thinking of going DIII? Check out These 10 Recruiting Questions for Lake Forest Head Basketball Coach, Ken Davis

By Keirsten Sires|April 19, 2022

If you think that going DIII means fewer championship opportunities, think again. In 2019, Lake Forest’s head basketball coach, Ken Davis, led his team to the first NCAA  Division III...

Pros & Cons of Different Mental Health Treatments for College Athletes
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Pros & Cons of Different Mental Health Treatments for College Athletes

By Daley Craft|April 19, 2022

Almost every college student has faced mental health issues at some point in their college career. Whether it be anxiety, feeling overwhelmed, or depression, it can be difficult for athletes...

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