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High School News
July 14, 2017
The NFHS has announced rules changes for high school track and field, which are highlighted by a revision pertaining to uniforms.
Leadership
July 14, 2017
Helping Clark College in Vancouver, Wash., place in the top 30 of the Learfield Sports Directors' Cup for Two-Year Colleges as Interim Athletic Director, Chris Jacob has been hired to offically fill the role.
From New World Of Coaching
In 1978, 26-year-old Kevin Donley was the youngest head coach in college football when he took the reins at Anderson College. Thirty-eight years later, he has become the winningest active coach in the nation, while leading the University of Saint Francis (Ind.) to its first national title in the 2016 NAIA championship game. He explains how he motivates players and develops team leaders.
Legal Issues
July 13, 2017
Former College of Charleston Head Baseball Coach Matt Heath has filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against the school.
Leadership
July 13, 2017
To help provide professional opportunities for female athletic administrators at HBCUs, Women Leaders in College Sports is offering three scholarships.
Legal Issues
July 12, 2017
As a compromise in a dispute between Damascus (Md.) High School and Georgia Tech, a water tower will be adorned with a D instead of a Swarmin' Hornet mascot.
High School News
July 12, 2017
Rutherford County Schools in Tennessee has created positions for five safety coaches, a new concept based on a plan used by USA Football.
Strategic Planning
July 11, 2017
Increasing its NCAA Division II offerings from 20 to 22, Lewis University will add the sports of women's bowling and women's lacrosse to its line-up in 2018-19.
High School News
July 7, 2017
The NFHS has announced changes to rules for high school softball, which include adding language regarding intentional walks and a new procedure for the inspection of equipment.  
Football
July 7, 2017
Two NCAA Division III athletic conferences have partnered to create the New York State Bowl Game, to be held on Nov. 18.
Facilities
July 6, 2017
In a suburb of Buffalo, a school board has rescinded a vote for renaming three of its high school athletic fields after two retired athletic directors and a superintendent.
Leadership
July 6, 2017
Currently the Associate Director of Athletics at Central State University and a member of the Minority Opportunities Athletic Association Board of Directors, Harry O. Stinson III was chosen as the new Athletics Director at Lincoln University.
Baseball
June 30, 2017
The National Federation of State High School Associations has rolled out new rules for baseball, which include specifications for balls used in play and catchers' equipment.
Strategic Planning
June 30, 2017
Called "Our Heritage - Our Future," Montana State University has unveiled a five-year strategic plan that includes seven strategic themes.
Legal Issues
June 29, 2017
Thanks to the work of the New York Attorney General’s office, a recruiting organization will alter its advertising claims and training.
Facilities
June 29, 2017
After voters rejected a $1.5 million levy for a new synthetic turf field, the Hockinson (Wash.) school district conducted a survey to find out exactly why.
Strategic Planning
June 29, 2017
To better fund its women's sports in the Western Athletic Conference, California State University Bakersfield will discontinue its water polo and men's golf teams.
High School News
June 28, 2017
To honor high school student-athletes, a California dairy company is printing local scholarship winners on commemorative milk cartons.
Student-Athlete Welfare
June 28, 2017
When student-athletes at New Canaan (Conn.) High School were caught at a party with alcohol, instead of being on probation from their teams they were allowed to enter a police department diversionary program. 
High School News
June 28, 2017
The Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association is in the process of reconsidering rules that prevent athletes from accepting gifts offered by apparel companies at combines and other special events.
High School News
June 27, 2017
In Michigan, the Traverse City Central High School boys' track and field team had to forfeit eight championships, one of which was a Division I regional title, as a penalty for having an ineligible international student-athlete on the team.
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