May 29, 2015 Volume XXVII, No. 04

Can today's athletic director successfully double up as a coach? With an ongoing check of priorities and a solid organizational plan, the answer is yes.

The following article appears in the June/July 2015 issue of Athletic Management.

By Susan Cassidy-Lyke


If you’ve been thinking about starting a Hall of Fame at your school, you’re not alone. Manhattanville College explains how it went from concept to successful event.

The following article appears in the June/July 2015 issue of Athletic Management.

By Keith Levinthal


Leadership comes in many forms. For this author, it recently entailed co-chairing a committee to examine competitive balance in her state.

The following article appears in the June/July 2015 issue of Athletic Management.

By Sandy Freres


At every institution, athletic directors tackle the role of middle manager, caught between the demands of upper-level administration and the needs of their staff. How do you captain and crew at the same time?

The following article appears in the June/July 2015 issue of Athletic Management.

By Dr. Betsy Alden


Facing shortages of officials and coaches, one high school has taken a unique approach—it’s teaching its own students how to join the two professions.

The following article appears in the June/July 2015 issue of Athletic Management.

By Steve Guelff


Over the past year, athletic directors have rapidly reviewed and voted in major NCAA changes. With summer break on the horizon, they pause to discuss what issues remain on the table.

The following article appears in the June/July 2015 issue of Athletic Management.

By Dennis Read


Having a coach resign mid-season requires an athletic department to very quickly make very good decisions. Imagine it happening twice in one month.

The following article appears in the June/July 2015 issue of Athletic Management.

By Matt Shomper


De Anza College

The following article appears in the June/July 2015 issue of Athletic Management.


The following article appears in the June/July issue of Athletic Management.


The following article appears in the June/July 2015 issue of Athletic Management.


The following article appears in the June/July 2015 issue of Athletic Management.


The following article appears in the June/July 2015 issue of Athletic Management.

Currently, more than 10,000 students play video games in organized college leagues. Thinking outside the box, Robert Morris University-Illinois has formally recognized 35 of them as student-athletes, starting a trend that looks primed to take off.


The following article appears in the June/July 2015 issue of Athletic Management.


The following article appears in the June/July 2015 issue of Athletic Management.

A three-point shot, a home run, or a go-ahead goal all give fans a chance to stand up and cheer. At Coastal Carolina University, such events now allow fans to do even more: boost a team’s bottom line.


The following article appears in the June/July 2015 issue of Athletic Management.


The following article appears in the June/July 2015 issue of Athletic Management.


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


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