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|Tools of the Trade: December 21, 2016 - Issue 991|
Soccer Player Sues UConn
A former University of Connecticut women's soccer player who lost her scholarship over an unsportsmanlike incident is suing the school.
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.
After resigning from his position as Athletic Director at Williston (N.D.) Public Schools, James Dyke offered some harsh words to the district's board of education.
Strength & Conditioning
Quick Move Up
Zac Woodfin, who had been serving as the University of Southern Mississippi’s Director of Sports Performance for the past two years, is now the school's interim athletic director.
Seeing Is Believing
A recent study finds that sports-related eye injuries are much more common than people realize, and athletes are being affected at alarming rates.
From Our Pages
Title IX: What's Next?
Earlier this week, Athletic Director Peg Pennepacker announced her retirement from the State College (Pa.) Area School District. An expert on Title IX, she offered her insights on gender equity in a 2012 issue of Athletic Management.
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