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Tools of the Trade
Tools of the Trade: April 25, 2018 - Issue 1195
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NCAA Division I
New Recruiting Calendar
The NCAA has enacted new rules in Division I recruiting, allowing official visits to start Sept. 1 of a prospect's junior year of high school.
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Company News
Improving Your Sound System
With increasing use of music in athletics programs and the need for clear, easy-to-understand announcements, quality audio is becoming a priority for athletic facilities.
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Sportsmanship
Ejections on Rise
In Ohio, the number of player ejections from high school sports rose 3.5 percent this year, reaching an all-time high.
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Company News
Why You Should Trust Technology to Make the Call
Your student-athletes are in the middle of a high-stakes game against a rival school. Students, parents, and teachers are all at the field, anxiously watching the game. Since the exciting match is going on, no one is checking the weather to see that a severe thunderstorm formed nearby and is closing in on your outdoor sports venue quickly.
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Get More for Your Money
Whether you are looking for a new scorers table, or want to refurbish your existing Power Ad table, Power Ad’s refurbishment program can save your school money now or in the future.
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Sports Medicine
Breaking Barriers
What's it like to be one of the only female athletic trainers in the NFL? Pittsburgh Steelers athletic trainer Sonia Ruef recently shared her story.
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Tools for Hurdle Practice
Collapsible practice hurdles with adjustable heights make it ideal for numerous types of practices. VS Athletics offers a free hurdle training manual.
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Basketball
Shot Clock on Horizon?
As state associations nationwide debate the pros and cons of adding a shot clock to high school basketball games, coaches in Indiana weigh in.
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Leadership
VWU Selects Tina Hill
A longtime NCAA Division III administrator, Tina Hill will leave Randolph College to become Executive Director of Intercollegiate Athletics at Virginia Wesleyan University.
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