Many elite athletes battle what's called Sport-Induced-Asthma. Jerome Bettis and Dennis Rodman along with Olympic notables Jackie Joyner-Kersee and Amy Van Dyken come to mind. So does Ball State's Katie Murphy.
The women's basketball junior was first diagnosed with Sport-Induced-Asthma as a freshman with the Cardinals. But it certainly hasn't held her back. Murphy is the Cards leading rebounder and averages nine points per game.
WATCH for more on Murphy's athletics and asthma story.