The NAIA recently met with Lucas Miller a forward for the Westmont College basketball team in Santa Barbra, California. Miller is a senior this year and will be graduating with a degree in Kinesiology. Miller’s family has a long standing tradition at Westmont College on and off the basketball court. Listen to hear what Miller has to say about what it takes to be a student-athlete in the NAIA, his team, mentors, and school.
~Thanks Janelle for taking the time to talk to the NAIA. We certainly appreciate you serving as an ambassador for the NAIA while representing the 60,000 other student-athletes competing throughout the country. Good luck to you this season and in your future endeavors. Also, thank you to Michael Riemersma and the Cornerstone University athletic department [...]
Jim Carr, NAIA president and CEO, actively seeks and responds to feedback on his thoughts about the NAIA and the student-athlete experience…Each championship season I try to attend at least two NAIA championships. Each and every time, I receive confirmation that the “NAIA Way” is alive and well.
NAIA’s campaign, “Game on.”, tells the story of the NAIA through a variety of communications. The campaign brings together the facts of who the NAIA is, both today and yesterday, and tells the story of the association through our student-athletes.
Karl Seiter has only good things to say about his first year playing baseball at Lubbock Christian University.
Legislative Services Intern, Aaron Elking, gives us his view on the best ways to get noticed when you take the field!
NAIA student-athlete, Stephen Hoffman, plays soccer for Avila University. Stephen has grown up playing soccer and is now enjoying the chance to extend his playing career to the collegiate level, thanks to Avila’s men’s soccer coach. Watch this video to hear Stephen’s story!