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Tag Archives: NCAA
Few Asian American Basketball Players at the NCAA D1 Level – Does it Really Matter?
After almost 10 years of playing in community, NJB, AAU, and school leagues, Number Two Son dropped out of organized basketball for good this year. When I saw this article asking why there are very few Asian American division I … Continue reading
Posted in Discrimination, Education, Sports Tagged basketball, Colorlines, Division I, NCAA, professionalization of youth sports, Silicon Valley, WCAL 1 Comment
Asian Americans in College Sports
When I was an undergraduate, I remember meeting a few Asian American (a grand total of four) at my school who competed in collegiate sports like cross country, volleyball, and field hockey. While I was researching Asian American cross country … Continue reading
Posted in Education, Sports Tagged college sports, fencing, NCAA Leave a comment