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Tools of the Trade
Tools of the Trade: April 29th, 2015 - Issue 736
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On Campus
Parents Want Investigation
At Stanford University, parents of softball players are claiming Athletic Director Bernard Muir “failed to perform adequate due diligence." The incident brings up questions of sexual harassment, Title IX, and a strength coach's role on the team.
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High School News
Politics in Play
Athletic directors in Florida respond to a bill passed in the state's House and now in its Senate that would abolish the Florida High School Athletics Association.
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Sports Medicine
Concussions Not Reported
A recent survey of NCAA athletes in seven men's and women's sports found that roughly half kept playing despite experiencing concussion symptoms.
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NCAA Division I
Too Simplistic?
The Drake Group has published a response to Jim Delany's freshmen ineligibility proposal, calling it a “simplistic approach” that neglects the fact that red shirting does not result in improved academic performance. The group supplies seven alternate ideas.
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