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NCAA Concussion Settlement: A Call to Action

I got a very interesting e-mail in my inbox last week. Here’s some screen shots of it.

I followed the link to that website and found this little grid helpful in expounding as well. 406 more words


Senior Reflection: Sarah Hershbain

I think reality still has not completely set in that I will never step out on the soccer field again to play in a competitive match. 303 more words


Cardinals Compete: All You Need to Know About DIII Athletics

Most college recruiting stories you hear on ESPN involve high-profile football coaches landing helicopters next to football fields to recruit 5-star athletes. Recruiting athletes can be just as competitive at the Division III level, but this sort of spectacle is not the norm. 415 more words


The Benefits of Student-Athletics

Sports have long been a staple of the academic experience, teaching wholesome competitive values, cementing friendships, and providing opportunities for physical activity. However, new research shows that engaging in friendly, goal-oriented physical competition not only benefits students physically and mentally, but socially and economically as well. 383 more words

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Student Athlete: Karlee Pezzano

LISBON, Ohio (WYTV) – The Lisbon girls basketball team started the season with 11 straight wins. Senior Karlee Pezzano has a lot to do with that success. 254 more words


The Man Behind The Blog

Hello, my name is Jens Demul. I’m a twenty-two-year-old international student athlete
from Belgium at West Virginia Wesleyan College. I studied Economics and Modern Languages, with a focus on Dutch, French, English, and German, throughout high school. 430 more words

Business Administration

I am a Biology Major and an Athlete

I am a biology major and chemistry minor with a pre med focus, and I’m a student athlete. When touring schools as a high schooler, I was very focused on what I wanted to do after college. 330 more words