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Introduction and Review of Literature
It is the month of December or May in any given year. The final lineup for the game or match has been created and the competition begins. As teams face off, focus on the task at hand is where the athlete’s attention is centered. As the game or match draws to a close, one is victorious and accomplishes the master goal of winning a national championship. What occurs the following day, after the competition is over and the crowd’s roars dim? After facing this question personally, my interest lies on further exploration of this career termination process and how others are coping with it.
As the famous saying states, “All good things must come to an end”, this holds true with collegiate athletics. Founded by President Theodore Roosevelt, the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) is the governing body of college athletics and is host to 1,281 institutions within three divisions: Division I, Division II, and Division III (NCAA, 2013). High school players dream of playing their favorite sport in college. Although this may be a dream, th…
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