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January 29, 2015
WHEN DON LIPPS, ATHLETIC DIRECTOR AT MARTINSVILLE (IND.) HIGH SCHOOL, successfully pitched the idea of getting a synthetic surface for his school's football field a couple of years ago, he told the community it would allow the facility to become more of a multi-use venue. This June, he saw it being used in a way he never imagined when Bud Kelly and Dana Dent were married on the surface. The idea to hold on-field nuptials was hatched as a way for the couple, who both graduated from Martinsville... more
January 29, 2015
Athletic directors who supervise part-time coaches have all faced the dilemma at some point: A talented head coach says he or she is having trouble balancing coaching with other obligations. At Chestnut Hill College, an NCAA Division II school, Athletic Director Lynn Tubman came up with a creative solution. She had the over-committed head coach switch roles with an assistant coach. In January, Josef Pohle was starting his second season as the Head Men's Golf Coach at Chestnut Hill and had just... more
January 29, 2015
No one would deny that after-school tutoring sessions for struggling students are a good thing. But what do you do when those students are also athletes and normally head to their sports teams immediately after classes? Central Union High School District in El Centro, Calif., is addressing this problem by prohibiting all weekday practices and games from starting before 4 p.m. "This is advantageous for student-athletes because they can receive the tutoring they need without missing practices or... more
January 29, 2015
Mountain Brook (Ala.) High SchoolIn his two decades as Athletic Director at Mountain Brook (Ala.) High School, Terry Cooper has overseen one of the state's most successful athletic departments. The Spartans have won 140 state titles, 67 of which have occurred during Cooper's tenure, including nine straight in girls' cross country. The 140 championships are more than any other public school in the state. Cooper got his start in the Mountain Brook school system in 1976 as a 9th grade basketball... more
January 29, 2015
Athletic Management designs and prints game programs--and yearbooks--at an affordable price so you can make money from selling local ads. We'll produce for you the quality program that your teams deserve.PrductServices_AM_2406.pdf
January 29, 2015
"An AD has to worry about so many things. But game programs is not one of them if you work with Athletic Management." When Scott Garvis was named the Athletic Director at Newton High School in Newton, Iowa, one of the first things he did was contact Athletic Management to help him create a printed game program for his school's fall sports teams. And it was one of the best decisions he made. Garvis used the program to generate revenue that more than paid for its cost. Ads were sold that... more

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