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#UnitedAsOne: The best moments so far

Welcome to NCAA Digital's #UnitedAsOne series. We'll be interviewing student-athletes to highlight those affected by the pandemic and celebrate the value & positive impact of college sports.  

Scroll below to find some of the best content from this series. Click or tap here for a link to the full playlist.

5:22 pm, May 26, 2020

Texas Tech baseball's Jace Jung is joined by his brother, and 2019 MLB draft pick, Josh

#UnitedAsOne: Texas Tech baseball's Jace and Josh Jung talk sibling rivalry, learning the game together

These two Red Raiders share the same sport, college and last name. Current Texas Tech infielder Jace Jung and his brother, former Red Raider and 2019 MLB draft pick, Josh recently spoke with NCAA.com's Michella Chester. They discuss their relationship, sibling rivalry and what they've learned from each other over the years.

4:34 pm, May 19, 2020

Stanford lacrosse's Jay Browne on scoring four goals in her collegiate debut

#UnitedAsOne: Stanford women's lacrosse's Jay Browne talks bonding with teammates, scoring four goals in her debut

While her freshman season was cut short, Stanford's Jay Browne still began her career with a bang. She scored a team-high four goals in the season opener at Denver on Feb. 6. Browne talks about that moment and more with NCAA.com's Jenny Fischer. 

5:02 pm, May 18, 2020

Texas A&M track and field's Devin Dixon shows off his Lego creations

#UnitedAsOne: Texas A&M track and field's Devin Dixon recalls favorite moments, shows off Lego creations

Texas A&M's Devin Dixon has found a new hobby during quarantine: Legos. The track and field athlete is building complex sets with his brother, and shows a few them off in this interview with NCAA.com's Michella Chester. Dixon displays some of his best work at 2:28. 

6:09 pm, May 15, 2020

Oklahoma softball's Nicole Mendes talks about the advantages to being a lefty

Oklahoma softball's Nicole Mendes talks about her hopes for next season, advantages to being a lefty

Oklahoma's Nicole Mendes is a lefty, and she believes that left-handed players have a few advantages over their right-handed counterparts. Start the video at 7:49 to learn more. 

6:01 pm, May 13, 2020

Oklahoma softball's Jocelyn Alo talks about her previous experience as a wrestler

Oklahoma softball's Jocelyn Alo talks about her favorite college memories, participating in wrestling

Jocelyn Alo's first sport wasn't softball. She actually began her athletic career as a wrestler, following in the footsteps of her father. Alo discusses how, and why, she made the switch from wrestling to softball at 1:59.

5:49 pm, May 12, 2020

Kentucky track and field's Chloe Abbott shows off her vocal range

Kentucky track and field's Chloe Abbott shows off her vocal range, discusses workout sessions on Instagram

Kentucky track and field's Chloe Abbott is a theatre major with a minor in vocal performance. In this interview with NCAA.com's Jenny Fischer, Abbott performs a brief rendition of Cynthia Erivo's "Stand Up." Start the video at 5:28 to hear it.  

6:24 pm, May 11, 2020

BYU women's volleyball's Kennedy Eschenberg tells the story behind her favorite song

#UnitedAsOne: BYU women's volleyball's Kennedy Eschenberg on memories from college, the story behind her favorite song

Kennedy Eschenberg's favorite song is "International Harvester" by Craig Morgan. When she's not listening to it before a match, she's trying to convince her teammates that it's the "best song ever." Eschenberg's love for this tune began as a kid. She explains the story behind it at 2:03. 

5:07 pm, May 11, 2020

How Illinois women's basketball's Mackenzie Blazek transformed herself into Joe Exotic

#UnitedAsOne: Illinois women's basketball's Mackenzie Blazek talks volunteering and transforming herself into Joe Exotic

That's not a typo in the headline. Illinois' Mackenzie Blazek recently transformed herself into Joe Exotic, the main character from the Netflix series "Tiger King." Start the video at 2:24 to see how Blazek made it happen. 

5:02 pm, May 9, 2020

Arkansas track and field's Hunter Woodhall on being the first double amputee DI athlete

#UnitedAsOne: Arkansas track and field's Hunter Woodhall on being the first double amputee DI athlete

Hunter Woodhall is the first double amputee to compete at the Division I level. In this video, he discusses using TikTok to tell his Paralympic story (1:05), his photography and videography hobbies (6:00) and his love for his parents (6:50).

6:40 pm, May 8, 2020

Celebrate Mother's Day

#UnitedAsOne: Holy Cross women's basketball's Lauren Manis on reaching 2,000 career points, being selected in the WNBA draft

Mother's Day is Sunday, May 10. Here are three #UnitedAsOne interviews that celebrate parenthood. 

5:31 pm, May 8, 2020

Oklahoma State women's basketball's Vivian Gray describes her intense encounter with a goat

#UnitedAsOne: Oklahoma State women's basketball's Vivian Gray on perfecting her jump shot, growing up on a farm

Oklahoma State forward Vivian Gray grew up on a farm. Her family once owned over 120 goats, one of which wasn't very friendly. But Gray believed that she could mellow him out. That didn't go as planned. She tells the story of her encounter with the mean goat at 2:18.

3:16 pm, May 8, 2020

Duke women's basketball's Jaida Patrick explains the inspiration behind her photoshoots

#UnitedAsOne: Duke women's basketball's Jaida Patrick talks photoshoots, her favorite moments from this season

Duke guard Jaida Patrick is working on photoshoots during quarantine. Sometimes she's the photographer, and sometimes she's the subject. Patrick does all of this herself, and says that she wants to inspire young girls that look like her. Start the video at 1:03 to learn more. 

7:58 pm, May 7, 2020

Candace Parker surprises Tennessee center Tamari Key for an interview

WNBA star Candace Parker surprises Tennessee women's basketball's Tamari Key for an interview
Here is another great video, although this one is a bit different. Tennessee center Tamari Key thinks she's joining NCAA.com's Jenny Fischer for an interview. But to her surprise, WNBA superstar Candace Parker will be asking the questions. 
5:25 pm, May 6, 2020

Georgetown men's soccer's Daniel Wu and Tomas Romero on winning the 2019 national championship

Georgetown men's soccer's Daniel Wu and Tomas Romero talk winning the national championship, program goals for the future

Georgetown men's soccer's Daniel Wu and Tomas Romero joined NCAA.com's Jenny Fischer to discuss the Hoyas' 2019 national championship. Wu and Romero are freshmen, but they both made clutch plays in the title game against Virginia.