You wouldn’t know after first meeting him that Cooper Tulloch played football. While media often depict players as aggressive or loud, Cooper—who played safety on Case Western Reserve University’s football team—was quite the opposite.
Corey King is a senior on the track & field team at Case Western Reserve University, where he also played football.
Carnegie Mellon University 2017 graduate Brian Khoury has been signed by the Baltimore Ravens of the NFL.
Ian Gaines is the media manager at Erickson Immigration Group, where he is the also the creator and executive producer of the Immigration Nerds weekly podcast covering the latest immigration news in the cross-section of academia, culture, and policy. He is a 2014 graduate of University of Chicago, where he was a football student-athlete.
Andrew Whitaker is a senior captain for both the football and track & field programs at Washington University. He is a pre-med student pursuing a biomedical engineering degree and serves as co-Community Outreach Coordinator for WashU’s Black Letterwinning Athlete Coalition (BLAC). Whitaker earned the 2021 Fritz Pollard Trophy, which honors a college football player who has exemplified courage, community values, and exceptional performance on the field.
Washington University in St. Louis student-athlete Andrew Whitaker will be honored with the inaugural Fritz Pollard Trophy at the virtual 16th annual Johnnie L. Cochran Jr. Salute to Excellence Awards on Tuesday.
Patrick Crossey, a former member of the Case Western Reserve University football team, has been selected as a recipient of the prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship, presented to student-athletes who have excelled both on the field and in the classroom during their collegiate careers, while also contributing to the community and showing exemplary leadership.
Dennis Snep, former assistant football coach at Washington University in St. Louis, passed away on Sunday, Feb. 7.
Demetrious (DJ) Johnson, Jr. is a junior wide receiver/defensive back at University of Chicago, where he studies economics. He is the founder of BLAC, the Black Letterwinning Athlete Coalition, which started at UChicago in June.
Jason Henshaw is in his second season as an assistant coach for the University of Rochester football program. An All-America defensive lineman at NCAA Division II Kutztown University, he served as captain in his senior season and helped lead the team to back-to-back NCAA appearances in 2010 and 2011.