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Leadership
August 9, 2018
Following previous Athletic Director, Taylor Hasty, who recently accepted a position at Silverdale Baptist Academy in Chattanooga, Tenn., Bryan College didn't have to look far for their next Director of Athletics as Mike Keen was promoted to the position after having served the 2017-18 season as Assistant Athletic Director while leading the Fishing Team as the Head Coach for the past four years. Keen will continue as the leader of the Lion Anglers, but the change in roles has also led to Will... more
Facilities
August 8, 2018
Edgewood High School in Madison, Wis., is in the process of installing an artificial turf field with red turf. According to madison.com, the artificial turf field is part of a $1.5 million project for an outdoor athletic complex, paid for by a $1.025 million gift from the Goodman Foundation, as well as other donors. Mike Elliott, Edgewood's school president, as well as an alumnus, recalled laying sod on the field during his sophomore year, and said he was glad that he would have a new field in... more
High School News
August 7, 2018
The California Interscholastic Federation-Southern Section is surveying  its member schools about transfer rules. According to The Signal, Rob Wigod, Commissioner of the CIF-SS, issued a press release, in which he asked whether the transfer rules should be revised. At the start of the survey, Wigod noted that the feedback thus far has been in favor of the rules. The survey only had five questions. The first question asked whether transfer rules should be adjusted. The next three questions... more
Strategic Planning
August 7, 2018
Lock Haven University has announced plans to add two new Division II varsity sports —  women's tennis and women's golf — over a two-year period. Both sports are sponsored by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at the Division II level and by the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC).   The two-year phase-in will give LHU time for facilities planning and robust recruitment for golf, which has never existed as a varsity sport at the university. LHU previously had a women's... more
Leadership
August 7, 2018
Warner Pacific University welcomes Michael Wilson as the new Athletic Director for Knights Athletics. The position oversees the University's 13 varsity sports, the athletic booster club, fundraising, and Warner Pacific's athletic facilities. A seasoned administrator, Wilson comes to Warner Pacific with a depth of educational experience as a Dean of Students, Assistant Principal, and Activities Director. He was named to the University's top athletic post after serving as the Athletics Director... more
Event Management
August 6, 2018
Athletic directors in the Salt City Athletic Conference, in New York, underwent stadium awareness training with Armoured One, in order to prepare for shooters or other threats inside their stadiums. According to cnycentral.com, Chris Campolieta, Athletic Director for Baldwinsville High School, said he was happy with the help he'd received. "The Armoured One training ... has been great,” Campolieta said. “It's just nice to be able to focus on the athletic piece, you know, what happens after... more

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