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Eight Athletes Sign With Think NIL, Including First TCU Women Athletes

Think NIL recently signed its first women ambassadors to represent the collective and TCU.

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The TCU collective, Think NIL, recently announced that eight college athletes have signed on as ambassadors. These college athletes now can sign deals with different non-profits and businesses to represent the respective organization and the collective.

Latest Signings by Think NIL

The following college athletes just signed on as ambassadors for Think NIL:

  • Messiah Bright: Soccer
  • Robert Gregory: Men’s Track & Field
  • Hailey Hamlett: Beach Volleyball
  • Kristin Hemphill: Rifle
  • Alec Hubbard: Men’s Swimming & Diving
  • Gracie Morris: Women’s Track & Field
  • Patricia Morris: Women’s Basketball
  • Taylor Raiola: Indoor Volleyball

All of these college athletes represent TCU’s non-revenue sports. These college athletes are among the first representatives from TCU’s women sports.

Brett Cunningham, the Think NIL Vice President of Operations, in a statement said, “Last month, the country celebrated the 50th anniversary of Title IX, which provided equal opportunity for women’s sports,” said Cunningham. “We are extremely glad to welcome our first six women to the Think NIL team.”

One of the new ambassadors, Patricia Morris said, “The NIL initiative has given athletes of all genders and sports such an influential opportunity. I am grateful to be working with Think NIL as one of their initial female athletes because this partnership will give me the chance to connect with fans of TCU athletics and learn more about expanding my own platform.”

With the addition of these athletes, Think NIL now represents twenty-four athletes.

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  • Madeline C. Myers is a rising third-year law student at Case Western Reserve University School of Law. Madeline received her B.A. in Political Science in January of 2022. Madeline is the Co-President of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society for this upcoming year. This is the second summer she is managing a softball team for her fellow CWRU Law peers through the local bar association. In her free time she is an avid Cleveland Browns, Cavaliers, and Guardians fan, and watches ESPN, Blue Bloods, NCIS, and CNN.

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