Raelene Canuel Wagoner ’87 and Doug Wagoner ’87 see support for athletics as a key component of the university’s commitment to excellence.
Four diversity-related projects at William & Mary were recently made possible recently through IDEA grants.
On Feb. 1, as Black History Month began, the first meeting of William & Mary's Black Student-Athlete Alliance was held.
The donation will benefit the field hockey team along with campus and community groups.
W&M athletes reflect on the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Rested Tribe dominates Gardner-Webb 54-14 in FCS playoffs.
Victory against Richmond gives Tribe its first 10-win regular season in program history.
For the 17th time in the last 18 years, the Tribe has the top Federal Graduation Rate (FGR) among all Division I public institutions.
Former head men's soccer coach and W&M alumnus Al Albert '69, M.Ed. '71, was among four individuals elected as the newest members of the United Soccer Coaches Hall of Fame.
Addie Puskar, a graduate student and starting defender on the women's soccer team at William & Mary, is a survivor.
Sugar Rodgers' ticket out was basketball, which took her from the streets to the WNBA with a connector (and two degrees) at Georgetown.
Jim Kaplan '57, who died Sunday at the age of 87, had a devotion to William & Mary that transcended athletics.
Lev Kazakov M.B.A. ’22, a Russian citizen, and Brenden Volk ’20, M.B.A. ’22, whose parents are from Ukraine, stand united in their opposition to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s war machine.
While the equality of opportunity in athletics is just one part of the much larger story about the ground-breaking impact of Title IX, its influence there is undeniable.
Steve Huebner '76 recently underwent a successful kidney transplant. Without his William & Mary family, he very likely would still be on the waiting list.
Baseball is reinventing itself, and William & Mary alumni — from Los Angeles to Philadelphia, from owner to director of player development — are helping lead that process.
Isaiah Johnson, an officer with the William & Mary Police Department, and Christian Olver, a member of the Dining Services/Sodexo staff, are recognized along with five student organizations.
William & Mary broke ground Monday on an Athletics Complex designed to improve the student-athlete experience while enhancing the university as a whole.
Since its inception one year ago, the All In campaign for William & Mary Athletics has elevated the university’s ability to build community, ensure equity, increase annual giving and move closer to the $55-million fundraising…
From her days as vice president of Major League Soccer to her current role as chief executive officer of LA28 — the 2028 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles — Kathy Carter ’91 has been all…
The Tribe ice hockey team announces its presence with an overtime win over Appalachian State for the Atlantic Coast Conference Hockey League title.
If you can schedule rides using an app, why not tennis games? That was the thinking behind creation of a platform launched in 2017 by Paul Stratta ’85 and his then-teenage daughter, Manuka, with assistance…
W&M Women's Gymnastics Head Coach Kelsey Hinton hopes to see diversity increase in gymnastics.
The Bengals have had a meteoric rise over the past two seasons, and three W&M football alums have been a part of it. Mark Duffner '75 is a senior defensive assistant, Robert Livingston '10 is…