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|Tools of the Trade: March 17, 2017 - Issue 1028|
High School News
No National Tourney
A Tennessee high school's request for its boys' basketball team to play in the Dick's Sporting Goods National Tournament was denied.
Custom Foot Care
Top-quality strength programs demand top-quality equipment. That's why professional teams like the New York Mets, Chicago Cubs, and Minnesota Vikings, Division 1 schools like Ohio State, Clemson, and Oregon U, and high-end franchise fitness clubs, all choose Dynamic Fitness and Strength over the competition.
Adapted Program Gets Boost
The University of Alabama has begun construction on a $10 million facility for its Adapted Athletics Program, which offers wheelchair basketball, wheelchair tennis, para-rowing, and adapted golf.
Two Teams Suspended
In Alabama, all players from two high school baseball teams were suspended following an in-game incident.
Creating an athletic training student aide program can leave a lasting impact on high school students. As Maria Hutsick explains, it can also have a profound effect on the athletic trainer.
Huge Selected at W&M
William & Mary has chosen Samantha Huge, currently the Senior Associate Director of Athletics at Texas A&M, as its new Director of Athletics.
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