Monthly Archives: February 2011

NCAA.com: Women’s Basketball

Feature story on the Cal Poly Pomona women’s basketball program. The history of the Cal Poly Pomona women’s basketball program includes a long and storied tradition. Despite a laundry list of changes in recent months, the Broncos (20-4) are poised … Continue reading

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NCAA.com: Softball

Feature story on Abby Burns of Texas Woman’s University, who was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) in January, 2011. This has not been the 2011 that Texas Woman’s University head softball coach Richie Bruister had anticipated or planned for. … Continue reading

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NCAA.com: Women’s Basketball

Story on the Gallaudet women’s basketball program who started the season with a 20-0 record, the best start in school history. The Gallaudet women’s basketball program is off to its best start in program history. With senior All-America candidate Easter … Continue reading

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NCAA.com: Men’s Swimming & Diving

Feature story on Kyle Atras from Hood College, who had a heart transplant as a baby and went on to swim competitively at the Division III level. “I was 8-and-a-half months old when I received a heart transplant at Johns … Continue reading

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NCAA.com: Women’s Swimming & Diving

Feature story on Sarah Bernhardt of Millersville, a swimmer who is improving quickly after a late start to her competitive swimming career. Millersville junior Sarah Bernhardt didn’t start out as a swimmer. In fact, she didn’t start swimming competitively until … Continue reading

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