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  • More than 100 members of the Auburn athletics staff completed the sixth annual Tigers Give Back Day on Wednesday at seven different service locations in the Auburn/Opelika area, including head football coach Gus Malzahn playing a game of hurry-up, no-huddle Bingo with residents at Oak Park Retirement Home.

  • While many may be counting down the days until the ace of the Los Angeles Dodgers’ pitching staff can return from a back injury, Clayton Kershaw, along with his wife Ellen, took time to volunteer with the Dream Center to distribute groceries in Los Angeles on Tuesday.

  • Student athletes and coaches from Northern State University will be completing a variety of volunteer projects Saturday as part of Day of Champions.

  • East Islip NY's altruistic varsity softball team attended this year’s “Have a Heart for the Homeless” Candlelight Vigil for the Homeless event at Farmingdale College on April 8, an annual event sponsored by the Long Island Coalition for the Homeless.

  • The Indiana University Kokomo teams are trying to not only make an impact on the playing field but also in their community. Over the past few weeks all four Cougar teams have participated in community event in Kokomo.

  • Community service and military appreciation are two causes to which the George Washington University and GW Athletics are deeply committed. Every student-athlete at GW performs at least 10 hours of community service each academic year, and the private university has been ranked among the 'Best for Vets' according to Military Times.

  • ROCHESTER, Mich. - Throughout the year, Oakland's student-athletes realize how important it is to seek opportunities to make a difference in the community whenever possible. Though they all have busy schedules, the Golden Grizzlies make time for those in the surrounding communities, lending a hand in various ways.

  • 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.

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