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Amber Brooks pays it forward with soccer tournament

by Michael Lewis November 19, 2012 in Women's Soccer At an age where most soccer players are more concerned about playing in tournaments, Amber Brooks was organizing one as a senior at Pennington High School. In 2009, Brooks and teammate Heidi… Continue Reading

Alaina Bergsma relishes roles as volleyball player and pageant queen

by Aubrey Everett November 04, 2012 in Volleyball The University of Oregon women’s volleyball team is in the middle of a season-long hot streak and driving the bus is senior Alaina Bergsma. The 6’3” outside hitter is leading her squad to one… Continue Reading

Klein’s heart for helping others fits in perfectly at Kansas State

by Randy Rosetta October 26, 2012 in Football If he had his druthers, Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein would be just a small part of the mosaic of a great team. Just another piece of the beautiful machinery that makes a talented team click… Continue Reading

Returning the favor is important to Coastal Carolina’s Bennett

by Michael Lewis October 08, 2012 in Men's Soccer In January, Ashton Bennett had a giant carrot being dangled in front of him as he was being touted as a possible top 10 pick in the Major League Soccer SuperDraft. While rookies certainly don’t… Continue Reading

Fall season kicks off with stellar list of candidates

by Laurie Bollig October 02, 2012 in Volleyball We’ve barely had time to catch our collective breaths after a great season of Senior CLASS Award winners in 2011-12. We met the likes of Kirk Cousins - a terrific quarterback from Michigan State who… Continue Reading

2011-12 Senior CLASS Award winners reflect on award’s meaning

by Laurie Bollig July 05, 2012 in Baseball They’ve graduated with degrees that will serve them for the rest of their lives. They’ve left lasting impressions on the college communities they have served for four years. They have competed in… Continue Reading

Ramsey walks the walk - leading in the clubhouse as well as everywhere else

by Aaron Fitt June 25, 2012 in Baseball In more than three decades as Florida State’s head coach, Mike Martin has coached his share of special Seminoles. Every now and then, a Florida State player comes along that embodies everything… Continue Reading

Arioto uses lessons learned from redshirt year to pay dividends as a senior

by Bill Plummer III June 11, 2012 in Softball What a difference a year makes, especially for University of California senior Valerie Arioto, the winner of the 2012 Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award. Last year, Arioto was at the WCWS, but she… Continue Reading

Six Seconds and A Lifetime for Lowe’s Senior Class Award Winner C.J. Costabile

by Geoff Shannon May 28, 2012 in Lacrosse Six seconds can change a life. Duke’s C.J. Costabile knows this. Six seconds and the 2012 Lowe’s Senior Class recipient went from a known lacrosse talent to the creator of one of the greatest… Continue Reading

What defines Nola is what he does when no one is watching

by Randy Rosetta May 11, 2012 in Baseball Where Austin Nola wound up as a college baseball player wasn’t by accident. In fact, it’s hard for him or anybody who has known him a while to imagine LSU’s senior shortstop anywhere but in… Continue Reading

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