Managing your assistant coaches takes thought, planning, and effort—especially once the season is in full swing— but it pays big dividends. The better job you do, the smoother things will go and the more your assistants will grow and develop
Being a great coach entails many different things--teaching, organizational skills, communicating well, developing effective strategies. But above all, it requires being an ethical leader. This infographic can be a nice reminder to your coaches about their important role.
Last week, the NCAA Division III Management Council voted to sponsor five new proposals, one of which would allow graduate students with remaining eligibility to participate in their sport at a different institution.
After the state of Washington saw five football teams forfeit their games against Archbishop Murphy High School due to safety concerns, administrators are "thinking outside the box" for solutions to the problem.
Instead of creating a traditional athletic hall of fame, the West Milford (N.J.) Board of Education wants to look into developing a hall that celebrates students who have made significant accomplishments in many different areas.