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Davidson’s Football Linebacker Bryce Perry & Soccer Captain Michele Manceaux Give Advice to Athletes

As captains on the team, you are a leader on and off the practice area. College captains are in the same boat- but as athletes, we all know that it is not business all of the time and having fun is important while you are in this position. So, after talking with Davidson College women’s

May 30, 2019 Makayla Binter

Inside the Mind of a Multi-Sport Collegiate Athlete

Founded in 1854, Hamline University is the first college to arrive in the state of Minnesota. It is a private liberal arts college with an undergraduate class of about 2,200 students. The college is best known for its social justice, service, and experiential learning. When it comes to sports, it is considered DIII by the

May 27, 2019

UNC Women’s Soccer Coach Anson Dorrance Offers Advice

There are too many accolades to list for this great coach. But just to name a few. He has been with the Tar Heels for 42 years, and he is the head coach and founder of the UNC women’s soccer program which started in September of 1979. Anson Dorrance Is the 2016 winner of distinguished

May 23, 2019

University of Pennsylvania & Roanoke College Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach Advice

Coach Mike Murphy is the head Men’s Lacrosse Coach for the University of Pennsylvania. He led his team to two NCAA Championship appearances, in 2011 and 2014. In the 2014 NCAA Championship they were the fourth seed. Coach Murphy team also made the postseason Ivy League Tourney six of the last eight years, not a

May 20, 2019

One-on-one Interview with a DIII College Baseball Player

Just off the Canadian border in upstate New York lies SUNY Canton, home of the Kangaroos. The D3 baseball program has featured catcher Brett Hoberman for the past three years. He is far from home and is traveling from Florida. He has had to work his way up to a starting role while gaining his

May 16, 2019

Recruiting Horror Story | My Technique Kept me off IVY Rowing

At the most competitive academic schools in the world, sports are not always at the forefront. However, Ivy League Rowing has established itself as the most dominant conference in men’s heavyweight, men’s lightweight and women’s rowing. It is a sport that has been a part of the Ivy League rivalry and tradition since the first

May 13, 2019

Why Athletes Drop Their Sport

To play a sport and be successful for a collegiate program requires years of hard work and relentless commitment from athletes. It is a result of thousands of hours of practice, tournaments, and showcases, and all while retaining their academic record. After competing with other student-athletes from around the country, finally a school offers a coveted position on the team for the upcoming year and the process is complete.

May 9, 2019

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