a large amount of people participate in in NCAA sports.
2000 malatsin male athletes partcopated
That were 28 male athletes from India that competed in the 2008 Games in Beijing.
Depending on their sport and skill level, some NCAA athletes will go on to become professional athletes. However, the vast majority will go on to live a normal life working a job pertaining to their degree.
Besides the many great olympic and professional athletes that have come out of UCLA, the Bruins have won 100 NCAA Championships. No other school in the NCAA has accomplished that.
The NCAA is the National Collegiate Athletic Association - the association which regulates athletes of 1281 institutions, conferences and organizations, including many colleges and universities in the United States and Canada.
Notre Dame with graduating more than 98 percent of their athletes.
they are not allowed to get a job
about 1/250 athletes go pro from college according to ncaa statistics
Notre Dame graduating an impressive 98% of their athletes.
103 (56 female and 47 male)
To protect young athletes from dangerous and/or exploitive athletic practices
NCAA Division III is made up of 444 member institutions. It is the largest NCAA division. It has more participants (about 170,000 student-athletes) and number of schools than any other NCAA division. There are 413 NCAA Division III Men's Basketball teams and 434 Women's teams.
135 women, 2,954 men
There are lots of fit males in the world, many of them are athletes. It is not known who is the fittest.
yes, can work for money at a ligititamate job.......
While opinions may vary, the main reason women athletes are paid less than male athletes is because the amount of revenue generated by male athletes. Male sports bring in more ratings on television which in turn bring out bigger sponsors who are willing to spend more money to endorse the team or product.
Tom Brady and Tori Praver
They don't. It's a violation of NCAA rules for college athletes to be paid anything, or even to be given gifts from alumni or backers of the school.