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March Madness For Green Bay Sophomore: ‘ Play With no Fear’
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay sophomore Tesha Buck (...
Lancaster School Board Unanimously Votes to Change 'Redskins' Name
School district officials in Lancaster, New York voted...
Upsets, OTs and Big Wins: New Mexico State Basketball Championships Draw Thousands
At the Pit, the University of New Mexico’s famed basketball...
Another Seavey Iditarod Win; Kaiser May Finish 14th
Two days before he crossed the finish line in Nome, Alaska...
Comanche Boy TKO’d by Danish Boxer; ‘I Couldn't Get Anything Going’
For just the second time in his professional career, George...
Bronson Koenig’s 18 Points Helps Badgers Win Big Ten, Team Gets No. 1 Seed
Bronson Koenig, Ho-Chunk Nation, scored 18 points to help...
The Yankees Joba Chamberlain Fighting Back From Horrific Ankle Injury
New York Yankees relief pitcher, Joba Chamberlain, Winnebago, is going to see action in a minor league game for the first time since he injured an ankle during spring training play...
Jacoby Ellsbury Finally Back in Action
After a magical season in 2011, Jacoby Ellsbury, Navajo and member of the Colorado River Indian Tribe, has spent much of this season rehabbing from a shoulder injury suffered on Ap...
500,000 More Reasons to Love American Indian NFL Star Sam Bradford
Soon the hottest ticket at the University of Oklahoma (OU) won’t be for a football game but for a meal at “The Sam Bradford Training Table.” No reservations will be required, but y...
Why Is the Debate Over the University of North Dakota's Fighting Sioux Mascot Important?
First of all, debate is important in airing out the differences of opinion, and there is nothing wrong with that, as long as people RESPECT each other's right to their own opinion...
Tiger Woods Returns to Turning Stone for the Annual NB3 Foundation Challenge
Oneida Indian Nation Representative Ray Halbritter and four-time PGA Tour winner Notah Begay III have confirmed the tournament date and playing field for the fifth annual Notah Beg...
College Football to Replace BCS with Four-Team Playoff
College football has made a move that millions of fans have been clamoring for; they're going to a playoff system and scraping the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) format in two seas...
Parent Requests Indian Mascot in Delaware Be Removed
A parent is asking the Indian River School District in Dagsboro, Delaware to remove its Indian mascot from two schools...
A Conversation with Tewaaraton Winner Katie Schwarzmann
At this year’s Tewaaraton Awards , held at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian on May 31 st , Katie Schwarzmann was named the top female collegiate lacrosse pl...
American Indian Jodi Gillette Receives Prestigious Honor
The Women’s Sports Foundation (WSF) , in collaboration with espnW and Women in Cable Telecommunications, recently released its 40 FOR 40 list of forty women who made a significant ...
Six Nations Hosts 2012 Founders Cup Lacrosse Tournament
The Six Nations Rebels Lacrosse Association is proud to present the 40th anniversary of the Founders Cup for 2012...
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