NCAA Olympians: By School | By Sport

Olympic dreams come true
The Games of the XXX Olympiad are complete and several student-athletes are heading home with memories to last a lifetime and some medals in their carry-on bags. Relive some big moments.
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Soni, Vollmer roommates of gold
Dana Vollmer and Rebecca Soni have gotten plenty of attention at the London Olympics (two gold medals will do that). Both are former Pac-12 swimmers, but that's not all this duo has in common.
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Dlagnev skyrockets toward Olympics
It was a relatively short trek from being a "pudgy" kid in his native Bulgaria to winning Division II national titles. Now, Tervel Dlagnev's meteoric rise continues as he looks for wrestling gold in London.
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Bryant coach running for native Ireland in 2012 London Games
Stephanie Reilly had no intention of competing at the elite level after the birth of her second child. But Bryant's head coach is in London as a member of the Irish National Team in the 3,000m steeplechase.
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From Division III to the world stage
Nick Symmonds is ready to compete in his second Olympic Games in the 800-meters. The former Division III star has always done things his way, and is happy to explain why – if you just ask him.
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After despair, Vollmer gets gold
After failing to make the Olympic team for the 2008 games in Beijing, Dana Vollmer didn't want to return to competitive swimming. Her college coach, Cal's Teri McKeever, lent what turned out to be golden help.
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Four student-athletes bond on Women’s Water Polo team
Four members of the USA Women's National Water Polo team share a special bond -- they are the squad's only current student-athletes. Find out what the women expect in London and beyond.
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Student-athletes to watch in London
The 2012 Summer Olympics are under way in London. To celebrate, take a look at some NCAA student-athletes who we'll be keeping an eye as the games roll on.
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Former Notre Dame star to carry U.S. flag
Mariel Zagunis, a two-time Olympic gold medal-winning fencer, has been selected to carry the United States flag during the Opening Ceremony on Friday.
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Twisting his way toward London
Kristian Ipsen has been opening eyes with his acrobatics off a diving board since he was 8. After his first season at Stanford -- and an NCAA title -- the 'twisting genius' is making waves set for London.
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Duke's McCrory diving for gold
Whether he is performing backflips off the diving board or solving a calculus problem, Nick McCrory is a superstar. But before this Duke diver sets his mind on school, he is focused on one thing: London.
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Future Minnesota head coach has stellar prospects for Olympics
Volleyball coach Hugh McCutcheon is no stranger to victory in the Olympics. Four year ago, he led the U.S. men to an emotional gold-medal win. This time in London, he hopes to do the same for the U.S. women's team.
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Related:
Kansas State's Kynard wins silver
Claye claims bronze in long jump
Hurley, Scanlan lead USA to bronze
Florida's Biesel earns second medal
Schmitt brings home gold hardware
Steffens scores seven in U.S. win
Duke's McCrory wins bronze
Georgia's Schmitt sets U.S. record
Florida's Biesel settles on silver
Duke diver claims historic silver