Julianna Reichenbach

NCAA Rules on Transgender Athletes

The NCAA Board of Governors decided to hand over the power of determining transgender athlete eligibility within their transitioned-to gender. Effective immediately for winter championships, national sports’ governing bodies will serve as the de-facto mold for each sports’ transgender athlete policy. The policy replaces the NCAA’s 2010 ruling, which based …

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Yankees Hire First Woman Manager, Meet Rachel Balkovec

Rachel Balkovec had completed two master’s degrees and an internship with the St. Louis Cardinals. But when she applied to fifteen baseball teams in the Phoenix area, she heard nothing back. The then-waitress and Lululemon worker changed the name on her resume from ‘Rachel’ to ‘Rae.’ In addition, she said …

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UF Begins SEC Play Against Bama amidst Internal Struggle

Florida

For Florida men’s basketball, the journey to SEC play has been delayed and riddled with illness. A team COVID-19 outbreak postponed the 9-3 Gator’s December 29 matchup with Ole Miss. So, they waited and went through practices missing swaths of the roster. But, here the Gators are now-kicking off conference …

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No. 2 Alabama Plays New Mexico State

No. 2 Alabama has a 99.9% chance of beating New Mexico State on Saturday, according to ESPN’s Football Power Index. Further, the Aggies (1-8) enter Bryant-Denny Stadium as a 51.5 point underdog. However, Alabama head coach Nick Saban said his team needs to focus on their individual performances, like that …

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