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How to Avoid the Freshman 15

Freshman year of college can be rough on an athletes body. Getting used to how college coaches push you, competing at extremely high levels, meetings for sports, and school as well. 638 more words

Athlete Nutrition

Dear Gibby: 

A compilation of advice we wish we could have told ourselves freshman year.

As you’re the last one to leave the nest, and I am super duper incredibly wise and in need to distribute that wisdom, I’ve decided to remedy this predicament by compiling all the things I think you should bear in mind over the next few weeks and years.

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Mandatory Moment of Nostalgia from a Graduating Senior: Part I

While I am eager and ready to move forward and leave my four fantastic years of college behind me, it would seem unnatural not to be a bit nostalgic about all of the incredible moments that Northern Arizona University has brought me. 883 more words

Healthy Habits

Breaking the Rules to Achieve Bigger Things

Miguel Mesa, 23, of Miami, left; Tamir Turpin, 23; of East Orange New Jersey, right, celebrating after completing there very last spring game in college together at Duquesne on March 4th 2015. 1,710 more words

Change is Good I Think

Things change. And they can change really fucking fast.

1 year ago I called a college coach to tell him I would be accepting the scholarship and joining the team. 533 more words

Thankful for IX

And by “IX,” I mean Title IX.

Now. I am a student athlete at NCAA Division II school–I’m not getting endorsements or working on my craft for eight hours out of my day (I only do about 3 or 4 hours a day on a long day; weights, run, play, repeat). 670 more words


10 Commandments Of Dating A College Athlete

I fell really hard for a college baseball player my senior year of college. It was spring semester and he was about to start the longest season an athlete can possibly have in college with 58 games underway. 733 more words