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Ho-Chunk Baller Lighting it up for Badgers
Two years ago, Indian Country united behind the rez ball game of Shoni Schimmel...
Cards Star Jude Schimmel Begins Season Without Big Sister Shoni
On Wednesday, the Louisville Cardinals women’s basketball team held their first practice of the season, and for the first time in four years Shoni Schimmel was not with the team...
Chickasaw Diver Making Big Splash in Atlantic Coast Conference
Tony Choate | Chickasaw Nation
BLACKSBURG, Va. – Very few 21-year-old college juniors could boast of a successful 12-year career. Kaylea Arnett could, but she’s not the kind to boast...
UAlbany's Thompson Trio Upsets Loyola, Advances to Quarterfinals
On May 10, the University of Albany’s Lyle, Miles and Ty Thompson – the dexterous Native American lacrosse trio – scored 11 of the team’s 13 goals against Loyola University (Md.) d...
Shoni Schimmel’s Career Comes to a Close in Electrifying Fashion
Shoni Schimmel’s heroics throughout her four-years playing for the Louisville Cardinals have been well documented...
Ten Native Basketball Players You Should Watch Now
Basketball season is one of the longest sports seasons there is, lasting up to eight months if teams make it well in to the playoffs, or even further, to the championship game...
Olympian Billy Mills to Receive the NCAA Theodore Roosevelt Award
The NCAA announced Friday morning that Olympic Gold Medalist Billy Mills is to receive the Theodore Roosevelt Award which is given annually to an individual “for whom competitive a...
Beer-Chugging Hazing Competition Ends Cornell’s Lacrosse Season
A beer-drinking competition was the hazing game that led to the suspension of Cornell University’s championship lacrosse team, the Big Red, for the remainder of the season...
Unselfish Leader, Shoni Schimmel Creates Path to Stardom
Shoni Schimmel still smiles whenever someone approaches her with a compliment about the run that she and her Louisville teammates experienced during the 2013 NCAA Tournament...
Eight Native Basketball Players You Need to Know Better
After the incredible, unprecedented run through the 2013 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament that Shoni and Jude Schimmel, Umatilla, led the Louisville Cardinals on, ICTMN reached o...
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