Karly Nowak is a junior on the Acrobatics & Tumbling team and co-chair of Duck the Stigma, a program that advocates to eliminate the stigma surrounding mental health in collegiate athletics.
In the next installment of our collaboration with World Athletics Championships Oregon22, we learn how students learn by doing at the University of Oregon's School of Journalism & Communication. Read how Professor Lori Shontz is truly integrating all the action at Hayward Field into the curriculum of her Track Bureau class.
May is Mental Health Awareness month, a subject that sophomore lacrosse player Haley Cummins is passionate about and drives her desire to one day help people struggling.
We had a blast celebrating our big event honoring National Girls and Women In Sports Day this past weekend! We loved seeing the Oregon community gather together in-person to talk, laugh, and try new skills alongside our female student-athletes. Check out the photo gallery below to see some highlights, and visit our Events page to see what else Women In Flight has in store.
Mariah Tanner is a senior on the Acrobatics & Tumbling team. With only 30 NCAA institutions offering her sport, Mariah is grateful for the opportunity to continue her sport at the collegiate level and be surrounded by teammates who inspire her every single day.
A leader on the UO women's golf team, Tze-Han tells us about her experience coming to the U.S., her love of poke bowls and football, and her aspirations for the future.