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Ticketing
December 15, 2017
Excite Fundraising and Ticket Spicket have announced a new strategic partnership aimed at offering athletic programs a full suite of revenue generation products.
Feature
December 14, 2017
Going to college on an athletic scholarship is a dream for many high school athletes. However, alternative scholarships are often a more realistic route to take. 
From New World Of Coaching
Jamie Gill, Head Volleyball Coach at Tuloso-Midway (Texas) High School, turned around the fortunes of her program by getting her athletes to believe in themselves through mental discipline.
Leadership
December 14, 2017
Currently serving as deputy director of athletics at Washington State University, Mike Marlow has been hired as Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics at Northern Arizona University.
Coaching
December 14, 2017
As the University of Florida's volleyball team competes in its first Final Four since 2003, we revisit a Q&A with Head Coach Mary Wise.  
Feature
December 12, 2017
A group of student-athlete entrepreneurs at Lenoir-Rhyme University have created a new business to help European student-athletes more easily connect with American college coaches.  
Football
December 12, 2017
The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association has handed down punishments to two football teams that had engaged in a fight after their state playoff game last month.
Strategic Planning
December 12, 2017
Starting in 2019-20, Presbyterian College will sponsor men's and women's wrestling, becoming the first NCAA Division I athletic department to offer women an opportunity to compete in the sport. 
Leadership
December 12, 2017
The University of Texas, the University of Houston, and Texas Christian University have all named new athletic directors.
Feature
December 11, 2017
At the University of Montana, some faculty members have spoken out against the school's decision to hire Bobby Hauck as new Head Football Coach.
Baseball
December 8, 2017
To allow pitchers more rest in between outings during the postseason, the Michigan High School Athletic Association has voted to change its baseball tournament schedule.
Leadership
December 8, 2017
The first executive director of the NJCAA, who served the association from 1969 until his retirement in 2004, passed away last Thursday. 
High School News
December 7, 2017
A proposal to move softball from a spring sport to a fall sport for high school girls' teams in Tennessee has been voted down.
High School News
December 7, 2017
At the upcoming National Athletic Directors Conference, Darryl Nance, Rick Johnson, and Lee Green will be honored by the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA).
Fundraising
December 7, 2017
Thanks to a passionate group of boosters who led a recent fund drive, Humboldt State University will continue its football program, which was on the chopping block due to financial challenges.
Sports Medicine
December 5, 2017
A look behind the scenes at the medical care provided to University of Alabama football players during games, if injuried, and when their college careers end.
Leadership
December 5, 2017
Currently serving as a coach at teacher at Cedartown (Ga.) High School, Tony Lundy has been named Director of Athletics at Shorter University.
Legal Issues
December 4, 2017
In the Superior (Wis.) School District, administrators were pleasantly surprised at the process they went through to resolve a recent Title IX complaint.
Facilities
December 1, 2017
As a low-cost, high-pride way to provide new lockers for its baseball team, El Reno (Okla.) High School tapped into the skills of students in the Canadian Valley Technology Center's Construction Trades Program.   used the recently upgraded its baseball facility's locker room with the help of Canadian Valley Technology Center students.
Leadership
December 1, 2017
At Southern Utah University, Debbie Corum has been appointed Athletic Director, becoming the first female Division I Athletic Director in the state.
Technology
November 30, 2017
To extend broadband Internet service to its athletic fields, a high school in Virginia is testing out laying the fiber wires above ground and covering them with a protective resin instead of digging trenches to place them in.
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