Money for NCAA Athletes

What I learned from my involvement in college sports

Photo by Marcia Frost

This summer, the Supreme Court ruled that the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) did not follow its own rules in distinguishing between separating amateurs and professionals. The sports organization quickly announced temporary measures for the beginning of paying athletes for using their name or image.

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A lifestyle journalist who was forced to slow down tennis, travel, food & wine coverage when chronic illness changed her life & career. Linktr.ee/MarciaFrost

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Marcia Frost

Marcia Frost

A lifestyle journalist who was forced to slow down tennis, travel, food & wine coverage when chronic illness changed her life & career. Linktr.ee/MarciaFrost

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