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  • OXFORD — A program striving to enrich the lives of sick children is becoming an official student organization at Miami University.

  • During the indoor Dartmouth Relays, nestled between collegiate races, is a very special race: the Grafton County One-Lapper. The race, in which children take to the track, is one of the most uplifting things I’ve witnessed.

  • During the indoor Dartmouth Relays, nestled between collegiate races, is a very special race: the Grafton County One-Lapper. The race, in which children take to the track, is one of the most uplifting things I’ve witnessed.

  • THROGGS NECK, N.Y. (April 15, 2014) – Last Sunday, April 6, over 50 Privateer student-athletes volunteered their time to help Maritime Athletics host its Inaugural Special Olympics New York Swim Meet as a kickoff event for 2014 NCAA Division III Week on campus.

  • AMHERST, N.Y. - Over the course of the last month, student-athletes and coaches from Daemen College have volunteered their time to help with the efforts of Habitat for Humanity Buffalo, a non-profit organization which aims to give a helping hand to families who otherwise would be unable to achieve their dream of home ownership.

  • The Molloy College softball program announced today that on Tuesday, April 22, at the Lions' home doubleheader versus the University of Bridgeport at Bob Klein Field in Rockville Centre, N.Y., the team will be raising money for cancer awareness and research with "Hits For A Cure" in conjunction with the National Fastpitch Coaches Association's (

  • NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Student-athletes from the Southern Connecticut State University athletic department traveled to the Beecher School in New Haven on Thursday for another session of the interactive academic program with sixth grade students at the school.

  • “This sounds cheesy, but I really do love NAU.” Being a college student-athlete allows you to contribute not only on the court, but in the community. That is what Northern Arizona women’s tennis senior Tatum Rochin has done at NAU and in Flagstaff.

  • WASHINGTON - It's only natural that during the course of an academic year, student-athletes can get caught up in school work, games, practices and trying to enjoy their college experience. When given a chance to step back and reflect, however, they realize the opportunities they have and how they can help their community.

  • AUBURN, Ala. - For many student-athletes at Auburn, showcasing talent in their sport isn’t the only thing on their resume. Many have proven to be true Auburn men and women on and off the field. Melena Smith, a junior on the equestrian team, in particular, has made a huge impact on the community and individuals around her.

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