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U.S. Olympic Gold Medalist and Division I Ice Hockey Captain Kelly Pannek Talks Redshirting and Coaches

Kelly Pannek, a Minnesota native and team captain at the University of Minnesota, has gone far beyond most NCAA women’s hockey players in her accomplishments since entering the university. Among her incredible feats is an Olympic gold medal she won in the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea. She played in all five

May 6, 2019 Monique Felix

DI Ice Hockey Player | My ACT Score Kept me out of my Dream School

As a hockey player growing up, I dreamt of playing college hockey. Living in the Boston area filled my mind with not only playing Division 1 Ice Hockey but competing for a Boston institution, playing in a Beanpot Championship and getting a chance to play close to home in front of my family and friends

April 18, 2019

What Your Coach Hasn’t Told You About Redshirting

NCAA Redshirt: What Recruits and Student-Athletes Need to Know After who knows how many college visits and coach emails,you finally did it, you have been recruited. As you prepare for your freshman year of college, there is the talk of whether or not you are ready to balance collegiate athletics with academics and all other

April 15, 2019

How To Handle Transferring as a College Athlete

Why one DI college athlete decided to transfer, and her recommendations on do’s and don’ts for the process

March 18, 2019

Lane College Cross Country Receives NCAA Sanctions in Response to an Ineligible Athlete Competing Under a False Name

The women’s cross country and track and field programs at Tennessee’s Lane College are facing two years of probation along with other sanctions as a result of NCAA violations committed in the 2016-2017 season. An incident involving an ineligible athlete competing under a false name led the NCAA DII Committee of Infractions to investigate the

February 11, 2019

Need Blind Versus Need Aware

College applications are stressful as it is, and one of the major factors in decision making in the process is the possibility for both scholarships and financial aid. For those looking for financial aid, it is important to note the different options throughout the application process. To understand how universities and colleges make their decisions

January 14, 2019

For Better or for Worse: NCAA Rule Changes Aim to Speed Up Baseball

This past month the NCAA approved rule changes on a number of issues for the 2018-19 college baseball season. The changes address issues such as player safety, the pace of play, clarification of ambiguous rules and the use of video replay. From an outsider’s perspective, the rule changes seem to be an attempt to bring

October 22, 2018

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