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January 29, 2015
By R.J. Anderson It was a busy couple of days for collegiate athletics as the NCAA got down to business at the 2011 NCAA Convention in San Antonio. Looking for updates on what went down deep in the heart of Texas? Athletic Management has you covered. •••Saturday, Jan. 16 On the last day of business at the convention, the NCAA Division I Board of Directors revived a piece of legislation Saturday that was dismissed Thursday by the Division I Legislative Council. The proposal in question would... more
January 29, 2015
Entries are being accepted for the 4th Annual National High School Sports Publication Awards competition.••• Entries are due on January 31, 2011 for the 4th Annual National High School Sports Publication Awards competition. The competition is designed to recognize excellence in the preparation of high school athletic Media Guides and Souvenir Programs that were produced or distributed during 2010 across the United States of America. The National High School Sports Publication Awards provides a... more
January 29, 2015
Athletic Director Karl Heimbach of Magruder High School in Rockville, Maryland has taken a personal initiative to increase the athletic budget by selling Italian ices after school. After partnering with a local vendor for on-campus games eight years ago, Heimbach has been selling the sweet treats for the past four years to students waiting for the bus or going to sports practice. The extra money has helped pay for a new message board, among other items.
January 29, 2015
In the February/March 2011 issue of Athletic Management, the article titled "Upgrading Protocols" by Phil Hossler includes several accompanying materials. You can find them on the links below:1. References 2. Sample Logs for Communication, Evaluation, and Return-to-Play 3. Post-Concussion 7-Day Symptom Scale and Post-Concussion 8-Week Checklist
January 29, 2015
By Patrick Bohn The University of Texas' groundbreaking $300 million, 20-year television deal with ESPN has generated considerable praise for the financial windfall it could create for the university. However, it's also fueled plenty of discussion about competitive balance, and the even bigger gap between the haves and have nots in big-time college athletics. *** The yet-to-be-named network will provide Texas, already one of the biggest names in college sports, with unprecedented coverage.... more
January 29, 2015
By Dr. David Hoch, CMAA Sportsmanship is not a new topic. As long as I've been involved in high school athletics--longer than I'd like to admit--the behavior and actions of athletes, coaches, and fans has been a major concern. This is especially true in basketball, which is a great love of mine after coaching it for 24 years. Due to the close proximity of the fans to the court, and the quickness and action of the play, things can get out of control at some venues. Here are some solutions I've... more

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