MOGL, nutrition brand Force Factor and Winona State University athletics are joining forces to open NIL opportunities to Division II athletes.
Miami women’s basketball is the first to incur NIL-related sanctions, and the decision includes language targeting boosters.
The No. 6 recruit in the class of 2024, Kiyomi McMiller, becomes just the second NIL athlete to join the Jordan Brand alongside Kiki Rice.
Maui Ahuna, previously a player on the Kansas Jayhawks, has already secured a NIL deal with a Tennessee staple.
The Lady Sooners are number one in the Big 12 conference and the positive momentum has continued off the court with NIL.
Triumph NIL expands roster of college athletes with 13 additional Virginia Tech football players to help them expand their NIL opportunities.