March 17, 2015 Volume XXVII, No. 02

The NFHS rule prohibiting excessive contact in high school basketball has been expanded to include all ball-handlers on the court, include post players.


April 13, 2015 (Burnsville, MN) - Dr. Dish Basketball announced today the unveiling of their new series of shooting machines and mobile app, which will enable coaches and players to instantly upload and analyze their shooting reps. This is the first app of its kind for the basketball shooting machine industry.


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In the heightened battle against concussions, it’s critical to get everyone on the same page. At Colgate University, a collaborative approach has resulted in a comprehensive prevention and management program.

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By Victoria Chun and Steve Chouinard


Some high schools are starting new sports without expanding their budgets. What’s their secret? In this multi-part article, three administrators explain how they handle self-funded programs.

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By Mark Swasey


To effectively brand an athletic department, teams need to have a consistent visual identity. Ithaca College spent last year developing theirs.

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By Susan Bassett


Looking to upgrade sportsmanship, teach life lessons, and connect with alumni, this athletic director offers a one-day symposium to his student-athletes to kick off the academic year.

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By Martin Aftuck


Today’s student-athletes are looking for international and cross-cultural experiences. At both the high school and college levels, schools are responding with innovative ideas.

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By Dennis Read


Juggling career and family is tough for any administrator. How do two married athletic directors make it work?

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By Kelley Eichman and Dave Eichman


Displeased with student-athlete behavior, this athletic director took a bold step. He locked down his entire athletic program for three days.

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By Donald Tencher


Bellarmine University

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Being the new coach in town comes with a host of challenges, including getting off on the right foot with fans. At the University of Oregon, first-year Head Women’s Basketball Coach Kelly Graves took a step in the right direction by offering a free Fantasy Fan Night.


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The following article appears in the March 2015 issue of Athletic Management.


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