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High School News
April 6, 2018
Gabe Herdegen, a student at Jenison (Mich.) High School who was a cheerleader in elementary and middle school, is seeking to change Michigan state rules that do not allow boys to be members of high school cheer squads. "I would like to be part of the same group and same team that I was with when I was in seventh grade," Herdegen said. "I grew up with them, I’ve looked forward to cheering with them, and now that I can’t, I wish I could." According to Fox17, Michigan High School Athletic... more
Leadership
April 6, 2018
Augustana introduced Josh Morton as Director of Athletics on Friday, April 6. Morton, who most recently served as an assistant athletics director for Michigan State University, will be introduced by Augustana University President Stephanie Herseth Sandlin.   Josh Morton has more than a decade of experience working in college athletics. At Michigan State, he worked with alumni in Michigan and metropolitan areas of the western U.S. to build financial support for MSU athletics, capital projects,... more
High School News
April 6, 2018
Parents and community members in Oxford, Ohio presented their group called the Community Unified for the Advancement of Talawanda Athletics to the district's board of education last week. According to an article for the Journal-News, one of the main goals is to create more cooperation between the board and community to help improve the athletic culture and increase passion for Talawanda High School athletics. “Athletics are an integral part of the school climate, and we as a group want to... more
Strategic Planning
April 6, 2018
Albertus Magnus College announced it plans to launch a NCAA Division III men's varsity ice hockey program in 2019. Through a unique partnership with the City of New Haven, the Albertus Falcons home games will be played at what will be a newly renovated Ralph Walker Skating Rink. Albertus President Marc M. Camille, Ed.D. and New Haven Mayor Toni Harp made the announcement at a joint press conference at the College's Cosgrove Marcus Messer Athletic Center.  In addition to bringing the first... more
High School News
April 5, 2018
The Blue Springs School District in Missouri denied an exemption that would have allowed high school student-athletes Victor Mugeche and Victoria Findley to compete in the Arcadia Invitational on April 7th in California. While the Missouri State High School Activities Association does not forbid athletes from competing out of state, school districts can choose to enforce their own policies. According to an article for MileSplit USA, Blue Springs senior Mugeche finished with the eighth-fastest 2... more
Company News
April 5, 2018
A-Turf Fields Give St. Bonaventure University More Pride When it came time to convert the university’s natural grass multi-sport field to turf, St. Bonaventure checked out several companies and talked with other field owners. Although costs were comparable, the school felt A-Turf would deliver a better product.  A-Turf’s 12-year warranty was also a huge factor in St. Bonaventure’s decision to choose A-Turf, especially because of the heavy use the new field will get. The school also felt A-Turf... more

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