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May 9th, 2015

Team IMPACT Helps Kids Find Joy During Illness

Team IMPACT pairs college sports teams and children with life-threatening and chronic illnesses. Only A Game’s Karen Given talks with teams and athletes benefiting from this program.

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May 2nd, 2015
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Sand Volleyball’s Popularity Spikes Upward

This weekend, eight teams are vying for the collegiate national championship in sand volleyball. The American Volleyball Coaches Association is hosting the tournament, but the NCAA will take over the event next year and further raise the profile of the budding sport. From Boise, Idaho, Scott Graf reports.

In The News
April 25th, 2015

In Div. I, Small Gains For Female Athletic Directors

Just 10 percent of athletic directors in Div. I are female, but there have been recent additions at prominent colleges. Is there a bigger change coming? Bill Littlefield speaks with the Philadelphia Inquirer’s Frank Fitzpatrick and Princeton Athletic Director Mollie Marcoux.

Interview
April 25th, 2015

With Falling Numbers, Black College Basketball Coaches Form New Group

A new report finds the number of black coaches in men’s college basketball has dropped three percentage points in the last decade. Merritt Norvell, the executive director of the National Association for Coaching Equity and Development, joins Bill Littlefield to explain what his group is doing to reverse that trend.

In Depth
April 11th, 2015

Indianapolis: How Sports Transformed A City

A half-century ago, Indianapolis was known as “India-no-place” or “Naptown.” But in the late 1970s, the city decided to become a sports hub. Marc Tracy of the New York Times tells Bill Littlefield that Indy is currently reaping the rewards of that development strategy.

Interview
March 28th, 2015

30-0 = No. 8 Seed? The Plight Of The Mid-Major In Women’s Hoops

After a 30-0 regular season, the Princeton women’s basketball team received just a No. 8 seed for the NCAA tournament. Princeton coach Courtney Banghart joins Bill Littlefield to explain the challenges mid-majors face in women’s basketball.

Feature
March 28th, 2015

Before He Was MVP: Steve Nash’s Career At Santa Clara

This week, two-time NBA MVP Steve Nash announced his retirement. Long before he was an NBA star, Nash was a little-known point guard for Santa Clara University. His coach and a former teammate share their favorite stories from Nash’s college career.

Feature
March 21st, 2015

At NCAA Tournament, Refs Also Compete To Reach Final Four

Players and coaches aren’t the only ones hoping to advance through the NCAA tournament. Referees also advance round by round and they have their eyes on the Final Four. Bill Littlefield has the story.

In Depth
March 7th, 2015

College Basketball’s Overlooked Phenomenon: Fatherhood

CBS Sports’ Matt Norlander asked dozens of college basketball coaches to estimate how many teams have a father on their roster. Most said over 75 percent. Norlander joins Bill Littlefield to discuss this “overlooked and under-discussed fact of life for so many college athletes.”

In The News
March 7th, 2015

No. 1-And-Done: How Kentucky Has Changed The Recruiting Landscape

The No. 1 Kentucky Wildcats are undefeated after 30 games. While the Wildcats have traditionally relied on their freshmen, this year’s team featured talented sophomores, too. Pat Forde of Yahoo Sports joins Bill Littlefield to explain how coach John Calipari has changed college basketball recruiting.

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