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Tools of the Trade
Tools of the Trade: August 3, 2016 - Issue 931
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Progressive Programs
Clemson One Step Ahead
While several high-profile colleges are in the news for sexual assault by athletes, Clemson University has quietly been working to prevent incidents through a yearlong education program.
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Product Spotlight
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Musco is a leader in providing sports and large area lighting solutions, pioneering systems using metal halide, and LED light source technology. Musco’s innovative solutions have illuminated some of the most iconic moments in sports history, while positively impacting customer budgets and the environment.
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Sports Medicine
Athletes and Opioids
A new study reports that teenage athletes are less likely to abuse painkillers than non-athletes, contrary to what prior research had found.
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Community Relations
Up Against the Police
A high school girls' soccer team competed against its community police department in a physical fitness challenge. “We wanted to show our support, that we’re behind the officers in our community,” said the squad's coach.
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High School News
Female Coaches on Decline
A look at the decline in women coaching high school basketball in Northern Kentucky, where six out of seven recent hires were men.
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Leadership
North Texas Hires Baker
Wren Baker, Deputy Director of Athletics at the University of Missouri, will become Director of Athletics at the University of North Texas.
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