April 22, 2015 Volume XXVII, No. 03

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


At the University of Central Florida, support services do more than get student-athletes through college. They help today’s young people prepare for what lies ahead.

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By Jessica Reo


Thriving as a high school athletic director is a challenge these days, as illustrated by low retention rates. Solutions include connecting with others, starting with student-athletes.

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By Kevin Bryant


How does a small college at the top of Maine land recruits from all over the world? By working hard to find its niche.

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By Bill Ashby


Looking to get more students involved in athletics, Deerfield (Ill.) High School recently started Team DSI, which serves as a sports information department for the school.

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By Robert Ruiz


There are many ingredients that go into across-the-board athletic success. We talk with five athletic directors who believe the most important one is culture.

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By Ali Nolan


How do you run a strong high school sports program on a meager budget? This athletic director has uncovered help in a host of out-of-the-way places.

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By Jolinda Miller


The success of an annual fundraising campaign is often dependent on reaching new and more supporters. Lewis University found an easy way to do this: crowdfunding.

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By Brian Sisson and Kathryn Risor-Heise


Santee Education Complex, Los Angeles

The following article appears in the April/May 2015 issue of Athletic Management.

In today’s educational landscape, athletic administrators need to be ready for new challenges. Tina Tamura, CMAA, Athletic Director at Santee Education Complex in Los Angeles, welcomes them.


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It’s not every day that an athletic director reaches Internet stardom. But Grand Forks (N.D.) District Athletic Director Mark Rerick did just that through a simple post.


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The following article appears in the April/May 2015 issue of Athletic Management.

Like many athletic directors, McKinley Boston has always been most comfortable behind the scenes. His legacy, however, will be center stage, thanks to a surprise gift at his recent retirement party.


The following article appears in the April/May 2015 issue of Athletic Management.


The following article appears in the April/May 2015 issue of Athletic Management.


The following article appears in the April/May 2015 issue of Athletic Management.

Sometimes, all it takes is one person. At Herndon (Va.) High School, that individual is veteran Head Boys’ Basketball Coach and Physical Education Teacher Gary Hall, who decided to turn his frustration over academically ineligible athletes into something positive.


The following article appears in the April/May 2015 issue of Athletic Management.


The following article appears in the April/May 2015 issue of Athletic Management.

Across the country, state high school associations are grappling with policies regarding the participation of transgender student-athletes. Thirty-three states now have rules in place, most of which aim to protect transgender students from discrimination.


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