Three years ago, Baileigh Sinaman-Daniel was cut from her high school basketball team's varsity roster during her senior year. But the 20-year-old Baileigh, who was born with one arm, had faith that somewhere out there was a coach who would say yes to her dream of playing in college. That turned out to be Robin Martin-Davis, head coach of Warren Wilson College's women's basketball team, who invited her to a prospect day at the Swannanoa, North Carolina, school. "She was really great on defense, and I couldn't tell that she was any different than any other player," the coach said. Baileigh joined the Warren Wilson Lady Owls the next year. Today, she is majoring in psychology, is a guard for the Division III team and a member of the college's women's volleyball team.

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