Chloe Booker and Gavin Porter joined the Washington University in St. Louis men's and women's basketball programs through Team Impact, whose mission is to improve the quality of life for children facing chronic illnesses through the power of team. Chloe and Gaven had an official signing ceremony as part of Team Impact's "Draft Day" at WashU.
Washington University in St. Louis Director of Athletics Anthony J. Azama announced two new additions to the Bear Family.
The University of Chicago swimming and diving teams, along with thousands of athletes across the nation and abroad, will participate in the upcoming 14th-annual Ted Mullin "Leave it in the Pool – Hour of Power" Relay for Sarcoma Research.
The Washington University in St. Louis swimming & diving program is joining thousands of athletes from collegiate, high school and club teams across the country to participate in the 14th Annual Ted Mullin "Leave it in the Pool" Hour of Power Relay for Sarcoma Research Tuesday, Nov. 12, which is sponsored by Carleton College swimming & diving teams.
Three members of the Emory men's tennis team recently took part in a community service activity.
The University Athletic Association (UAA) has officially announced its "Statement on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion." The Association presidents approved the statement developed by UAA Executive Director Dick Rasmussen and members of the delegates committee.
A phone call on August 5, 2005 changed NYU basketball alum Sean Dillon’s life forever. The call was from his father letting him know that Dillon’s stepbrother Tad had taken his own life the previous day.
Sophomore Tyler Russell of the men's swimming and diving team and native of the Bahamas has teamed up with several other Bahamian students around campus in an effort to raise money for those affected from the recent Hurricane Dorian that hit the northernmost part of the islands this past week, leaving complete devastation in its wake.
Kate Kujawa '20 wears a wristband in memory of her younger brother. Honor Jack. Stop Suicide, it reads.
Two days after competing in his final collegiate swimming and diving meet, Schuyler Bailar came to speak to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and other student-athletes and administrators at Brandeis University. Bailar, the first openly transgender athlete to compete in any sport on an NCAA Division I men’s team, vied all four years competing for the Harvard University swimming and diving program.