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UCA junior center Sugar Bear Hannah Langhi has given her all on the basketball court for the her team, but like all athletes, there is more to her than just basketball.

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Junior pitcher Rio Sanchez makes a point to not only lead on the field but also lead off the field as someone that others can look up to on her team. 

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Malik Wilson is an always-smiling redshirt junior linebacker for the UCA Bears football team. His childhood is pretty similar to that of other college athletes — he started young. Getting his first taste of the game of football at age 4 in his home state of Alabama, Wilson began to love the game.

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 UCA sophomore Jenny Chokbengboun is Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority’s intramural chair —  meaning she coordinates various intramural games and manages her sorority’s intramural teams. 

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Junior defensive tackle Caden Brown loves football, sushi, and most importantly, his family. Growing up in Dardanelle, Arkansas in a tight-knit, athletic family with two sisters and one football-playing brother, Brown was inspired to get into sports.

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Seen in multiple UCA football promotional images wearing a mask vaguely similar to that of Jason from “Friday the 13th” while in full uniform, senior Joseph “J.W.” Jones is far from scary. While he may bring the adrenaline when running the field, his heart for his hometown sets him apart off…

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Adjusting to the challenge of college track, freshman Z’kiah Kuykendall is seeing it through and is up for the task.

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Freshman Luke Anthony attended UCA on a track and field scholarship in 2018. Anthony is from Atlanta, Texas, where he spent seven years of his childhood on the track, and sometimes on the field.

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Some people say that success depends on who you know. In the sports world, knowing the right people might be helpful, but if you don’t have a good attitude and a strong work ethic, it won’t matter who you know.

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Senior Marli Van Heerden learned life skills through tennis. She has been playing tennis for 17 years, starting at the age of five along with her best friend.

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One of the newest additions to this year’s UCA basketball team is a 6-foot-4-inch Canadian guard. Freshman Khaleem Bennett began his basketball journey in the eighth grade and has no intentions of letting it end.

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Senior Marli Van Heerden learned life skills through tennis. She has been playing tennis for 17 years, starting at the age of five along with her best friend.