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NCAA Life Skills Symposium

Today I am reflecting on another terrific experience with the NCAA Leadership Development Department. This time, we met in Charlotte in a conference hotel near the Little Sugar Creek Greenway for the NCAA Life Skills Symposium. 532 more words

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Softball Preseason Fan Poll

It’s that time of year again, Spring sports are just around the corner and we’re ready for them to begin! As our coaches are voting in the yearly preseason poll we want you to have the opportunity to vote too. 47 more words


Fall PBC SAAC Meeting

UNC Pembroke cross country runner Catherine George recently attended the Fall PBC SAAC (Student-Athlete Advisory Committee) Meeting. Below are her thoughts on the overall event which included a fun night of putt putt, laser tag, and hearing from guest speaker Dr. 325 more words

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Soccer Preseason Fan Poll

We asked our fans who they thought would be the preseason cross country favorites, now it’s time for soccer! That’s right we want to know who you think the preseason favorite teams are for men’s and women’s soccer. 26 more words

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DII Identity Workshop and Jenna Davisson Part 2

Thursday morning started early. All of the attendees met in the hotel lobby at 8:30 in the morning and were welcomed by Jill and Josh. Josh quickly gave us a few facts and figures in relation to DII – there are 292 members, 50% of those are public, and 56% of those that attend DII schools are female. 2,140 more words

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DII Identity Workshop and Jenna Davisson

About a month ago we posted a blog written by a student-athlete about the DII Identity Workshop in Palm Beach Fl. Now we take a look at the workshop from an athletic administrator’s point of view. 800 more words

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Overcoming Defeat

In a former blog post I wrote about my first ACL tear, my “recovery” from it and how it affected me as a person. However, on May 3rd 2012 I had to have my ACL replaced again in the same (right) knee after another tear, unfortunately this time my medial meniscus was severely damaged. 747 more words

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