Head swimming coach Matthew Kinney of Carnegie Mellon University recently shared his "coming out" story on Outsports.com.
When Mary Wisniewski interviewed for an assistant athletic trainer position with Washington University athletic director John Schael at the National Athletic Trainer Association convention in Baltimore, Maryland in June 1988, she never could have imagined where it would take her career.
In honor of International Women's Day, we look back at a 30th anniversary story about pioneering women in the UAA.
Former Emory Basketball Coach Christy Thomaskutty: Cancer Survivor Finds New Passion as ESPN Commentator
ESPN analyst Christy Thomaskutty provided color commentary for the American Athletic Conference Women’s Basketball Championship final on Monday, March 20, 2020, not knowing it would be the last game she would call in the 2019-20 season.
Now a Stanford University Law School graduate, former Washington University student-athlete CJ Harrington used the time between his freshman and sophomore years in both high school and college to set his future in motion.
In early June, NYU rising juniors Cade Hoppe and Riley Demps, both members of the Violets’ men’s basketball team, quickly put together a run-a-thon to raise money for an organization aiming to reduce police violence.
UAA Executive Vice President Dick Rasmussen has announced that the UAA will launch an initiative on race and racism, lifting the voices of colleagues and students of color.
Although Jule Brown completed his collegiate basketball career in February 2019, the NYU student plans to help turn his lifelong love of basketball into a career after he graduates this May with a bachelor’s degree in social science.
This Saturday marks the 12th occasion of one of the most unique traditions in the University Athletic Association, the Battle for the Obelisk.
For a program without an indoor track, Carnegie Mellon University’s track and field team uses the annual Battle for the Obelisk against Case Western Reserve University as an opportunity to both compete in an intense dual meet and come together as a full team.