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|Tools of the Trade: November 23, 2016 - Issue 979|
Ten is Enough
When injuries during a high school football game in Indiana caused a team to only be able to field 10 players, the opposing squad responded by removing one of its own players from the field.
Ahead of the Game
Professional and collegiate sports teams seek out NSCA-certified professionals because they embody and exhibit the highest levels of practical application and knowledge in helping athletes reach peak performance and guard against injury.
Wrestling Meet Draws 16K
Setting up mats in the end zone at High Point Solutions Stadium, the Rutgers University wrestling team hosted (and beat) Princeton University last Saturday with 16,178 fans on hand, making it the second-largest dual-meet crowd in NCAA history.
From Our Pages
Congrats to Jamie Williams
The University of Maryland has hired Jamie Williams as its director of student-athlete engagement and professional development. In 2014, Dr. Williams wrote an article for Athletic Management on his role as Associate Athletic Director for Leadership, Student-Athlete Recruitment, and Diversity Initiatives at the University of Nebraska.
Ready for Some Football
Few experiences are as electrifying as a college football Saturday in front of a packed crowd. In this behind-the-scenes article, Texas Christian University Head Athletic Trainer David Gable gives us a glimpse into the sights, sounds, and tasks of game day for the Horned Frogs.
High School News
NFHS Announces Citations
At the 47th annual National Athletic Directors Conference, eight high school athletic directors will be honored with Citations.