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Larry Nassar... Where Do I Begin?

I will be brief.

The more I read about Larry Nassar, the more horrified I become.

This monster of a man’s sentencing hearing is currently taking place. 275 more words


Women's sports: not interesting or just ignored?

When we talk about cricket, the name that immediately springs to mind is Sachin Tendulkar. The Little Master, as he is affectionately known (well, the original one was Sunil Gavaskar but we can work with it), is a household name in world cricket. 551 more words


2018 NFL Draft: Bengals 7-round mock draft attacks skill positions, OL

Draft season is upon us meaning mocks drafts will be all the rage for the next few months.

So of course, I am going to dip my toes into the water. 649 more words

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Recapping How “It’s Different for Girls” in 2017: Me Too, Black Lives Matter, and Cheerleaders Leading

By Kyle R. King

This fall semester, I taught a course called Sports, Ethics, Literature. One of the course units was first foreshadowed in a scene from episode ten of… 2,016 more words

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Looking Back on Women’s Soccer in 2017

By Colleen English

Without World Cup or Olympic tournaments, many might not consider 2017 to be a significant year for women’s soccer (a sentence I write with full awareness that these kinds of things are rarely said about major men’s sports). 1,044 more words


Get to Know Longstreth Sponsored Field Hockey Player Julia Young

As female athletes, we all have a passion for our sport. Unfortunately, injuries are often part of the game. Longstreth Field Hockey recently sat down with USA National Team Defender,  379 more words

Field Hockey

December 6, 2017

“Begin with the end in mind – show our next generation the great opportunities available to them, then encourage and support them as they pursue their dreams.” – Bill Keating, Jr. 220 more words