On Tuesday the NAIA and Citizenship Through Sports Alliance named the College of the Ozarks (Mo.) women’s basketball team the recipient of the 4th Annual “All That’s Right in Sport” award. The Lady Bobcats will be honored during the 13th Annual National Sportsmanship Awards hosted by the St. Louis Sports Commission and CTSA in fall 2012.
Menlo College student-athlete Hanna Malak was staring finals in the face when a regional Red Cross chair encouraged him to apply for a three-year term on the organization’s National Youth Council.
College athletics is big business, and when parents and their children are deciding on which school to choose it’s not as easy as it used to be. My dream was always to go play college baseball and from there, go on to play professionally. From the small town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, in Ontario Canada, it’s
not too often that you hear of one dreaming of playing professional baseball…
This experience has easily exceeded what I had expected coming here a week ago. The time has gone by so fast! I couldn’t have hoped for a better group with which to go through this program, and I know that I have 15 new, amazing friends. I never would have dreamed that I would be here with such a fun-loving, motivated, and genuine-hearted group. In less than two weeks we have already made so many memories and I’m sure there are more to come. I can’t wait for what the next few days brings for our future in the Red Cross and in the real world…
Information provided by Jennifer Lourie, American Red Cross Check out the student-athlete blog – The Dish from DC! Now in its fifth year, the Red Cross /NAIA Collegiate Leadership Program continues to inspire, motivate and create a new and diverse generation of Red Cross volunteers and leaders through exemplifying the five core values of the [...]
Bestselling author and former NAIA baseball pitcher Dan Sanders stated everything rises or falls on leadership in his keynote address during the NAIA Annual Luncheon. (Video)
The 70th Annual Convention started with a bang! On April 16, four past and current NAIA student-athletes shared their stories about successes and experiences at an NAIA institution, in front of an audience of 400. (Video)