The fog of injury has lifted for North Dakota’s Chay Genoway

by Jess Myers January 27, 2011 in Hockey

Ice hockey, especially at the college level, is a game played with the hands and the legs and the body. But mostly, it’s a game played with the head.

The lightning-fast on-ice action requires the reflexes of a cat, and the ability to think fluidly, and make decisions that can change the nature of a game in seconds, and mean the difference between winning and losing.

So what is a student-athlete to do when the doctors tell a thinking man’s hockey player to stop playing hockey,… Continue Reading

Dobbs believes in always “giving it back”

by Steve Richardson January 10, 2011 in Football

Navy’s senior quarterback Ricky Dobbs is one of the most prolific rushing quarterbacks in college football history.  But mastering Navy’s option offense is just a footnote to Dobbs’ off-the-field contributions to school and community.

In winning the 2010 Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award in the Football Bowl Subdivision, Dobbs, who started 25 games for Navy during his career, performed admirably in the community and classroom and displayed excellent character. As an acronym for Celebrating… Continue Reading

Erin Anthony set to put her education to good use after graduating from Army

by Debbie Antonelli January 03, 2011 in Women’s Basketball

Senior center Erin Anthony is a CoSIDA Academic All-American at Army.  She carries the dual title of captain of the basketball team and cadet-level captain at West Point.  The two-time Patriot League Scholar Athlete of the Year grew up in Allentown, Pennsylvania – famous for its steel and concrete industry. 

“Concrete” describes Erin at the core of her value system and her rebounding efforts in the lane are as strong as “steel.”  Of the seven Army values,… Continue Reading