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|Tools of the Trade: Nov. 2, 2016 - Issue 970|
High School News
Coaches Placed on Leave
The coaches for a high school co-op swimming team have been placed on leave, although the athletic director at one of the schools was not consulted in the decision.
The Right Brace for Every Volleyball Player
According to the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, fifteen percent of all sports-related injuries are ankle-related, making it the most common injury.
As head injuries continue to be the hot-button safety issue in football, companies are developing state-of-the-art helmets to aid in prevention efforts.
Acrobatics & Tumbling Grows
West Liberty University has become the 16th athletic program to add the sport of Acrobatics and Tumbling to its lineup. Schools across all three NCAA divisions and the NAIA currently sponsor teams.
ATC Runs for Office
In Connecticut, a high school athletic trainer is challenging an incumbent for a seat in the state's House of Representatives.
More Females Needed, Continued
In response to last week's article about the lack of female athletic directors at high schools in eastern Pennsylvania, a longtime administrator responds.
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