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|Tools of the Trade: June 8th, 2015 - Issue 753|
High School News
Student-Athlete Sues Coach, AD
In Michigan, a high school tennis player has accused the athletic department of discrimination and violation of constitutional and civil rights. She claims that her teammates spread rumors about her, which resulted in unauthorized searches of her belongings and a breathalyzer test administered by school officials.
At Arizona State University, Head Swim Coach Bob Bowman is turning heads with some high-profile hires of assistant coaches.
Focus on Concussions
Two new studies on head injuries reveal new insights into recovery and return-to-play decisions.
Creating The Total Fan Experience
SUPPORTING YOUR FANS means understanding how they think. Fans aren’t just interested in the now; when an event happens they’re tuned into the before and after as well. As members of an athletic program with the ultimate goal of reaching these fans, it is imperative that your initiatives emulate this lengthy attention span. Otherwise, you risk missing the whole picture, which means losing out on valuable opportunities for successful engagement. As a result, both you and your fans suffer.
Crafting locker systems since 1901, Lyon is utilized in many higher education athletic locker rooms and recreational facilities for student lockers. Lyon offers many variations of colors and can supply antimicrobial finishes. The company's unique nano-roller latching system offers a greater degree of security than competitive polymer-based latching systems. This means reduced theft and reduced costs back to the university in the form of insurance claims.
The National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) 48th Annual Convention will take place June 11-19 in Orlando, Fla.
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