Silja Kansakoski (above) and Alison Gibson are among the 15 aquatic athlete conference nominees for 2020 NCAA Woman of the Year.
Amid the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, the University of Massachusetts has become the latest Division I FBS school to cancel its fall football season.
There have been a flurry of reports about college athletics, including a Big Ten spokesperson denying that the conference voted to cancel the football season.
The Mountain West is now the 2nd FBS conference to pull the plug on the fall 2020 sports season, including football.
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Morgan Bullock finished her deocrated college career as an athlete at West Virginia this spring at the Big 12 Championships.
The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel (PROP) has approved a rule that will allow athletes to display commemorative patches on their uniforms.
The Big Ten Conference is reportedly leading the way in a conversation among the top level of college athletics to postpone the fall athletics season until 2021.
2020 Ranney High School Female Athlete of the Year Emily Zimmermann has verbally committed to swim at Villanova beginning in the fall of 2021.
Mia Moulden’s times would already score for the Pioneers at Summit League Champs in the A finals of the 100/200 fly, 100/200 back, and 400 IM.
Brainin raced on all three of St. Ignatius’s relays at the 2019 Illinois high school state championships and nearly made finals in the 50 free.
Emily Rinker’s best time in the 400 IM would have scored A-final points at last year’s MAC Championships, in an event where the Redhawks are being hit hard by graduation.
Team Greenville’s Lauren Murray, who won the 500 free at SCHSL 5A States as a sophomore, will swim for the Miami RedHawks in 2021-22.
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