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.
This week Chad Waller, NAIA Director of Sports Information and Media Services and Jake Knabel Sports Information and Media Services Intern, talk with NAIA footballers and volleyball players at the top of their game. The eighth installment of the 2011 NAIA National Football Players of the Week was announced on Monday by the national office. [...]
This week Chad Waller, NAIA Director of Sports Information and Media Services and Jake Knabel Sports Information and Media Services Intern, met-up with NAIA footballers and cross country runners at the top of their game. Cameron Fore of Benedictine (Kan.) was named NAIA Offensive Player of the Week, Mike Siegersma of Carroll (Mont.) was tabbed [...]
This NAIA is taking a spin at Player of the Week podcasts! This week we met-up with NAIA footballers at the top of their game. James McClain (Cumberland University, Tenn.) tabbed NAIA Special Teams Player of the Week, Eric Sheppard (Marian University, Ind.) named NAIA Defensive Player of the Week and E.J. White (University of St. Francis, Ill.) nabbed NAIA Offensive Player of the Week spent some time to talk football, individual and team success and the future in their race for postseason play.
The NAIA recently sat down with John Babb a running back for the Baker University Wildcats. Babb is a captain for the team and plans to graduate with a degree in Exercise Science. Babb talks about his student-athlete experience and his success both on and off the field. Babb is involved in numerous extracurricular activities and is making the most of his college career. Get Babb’s take on his play, passion and tradition of Baker football…
Later this month 32 NFL teams, 126 NCAA Division I football teams, 85 NAIA football teams, and nearly 15,000 high school teams will be invited and encouraged to toss the Centennial commemorative coin.
NAIA Podcast w/ former York baseball player Devon Teeple. Teeple shares his student-athlete and life experiences and the impact sports have had on him as a person and professional.
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.
Lori Thomas, NAIA Senior Vice President for Membership Services and Character Initiatives, is in Shenzhen, China, for the Federation of International Sports University (FISU) 2011 Summer Universiade…she’s checking in with the NAIA during her stay and sharing a bit of her experience with us.