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Wendy Walters Ascends the NCAA Career Ladder

Growing up in Rochester, N.Y., in the 1980s, Wendy Walters was drawn to athletics and didn’t let unequal opportunities for girls hold her back.

It is impossible not to be impressed by the maturity, poise, confidence and leadership consistently demonstrated by the 25-year-old.

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Stanford’s current diverse line-up of Black athletic leadership stems from the work of legendary 49ers coach Bill Walsh, who promoted minority leadership on and off the field.

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As more and more reports of brain injuries are tied to football, experts warn it will become a game played by low-income and minority players and watched by White spectators.

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The debate over paying college athletes has clouded this entire football season.

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Looming changes to NCAA governance — particularly at the Division I level — were the hot topic at the IAF conference.

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While this year’s IMG Intercollegiate Athletics Forum was vastly less explosive than last year’s, the pressing issues remain unchanged.

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A study of this year’s bowl-bound schools reveals they are graduating White players at a significantly higher percentage than African-American players.

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Rutgers athletic director Julie Hermann met with the family of a former football player who left the team after claiming a coach bullied him and then limited his playing time.

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Dr. Carl Hart was supposed to be an athlete. Basketball was going to be his ticket and the NBA his reward.

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