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Tools of the Trade
Tools of the Trade: February 18, 2019 - Issue 1314
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Football
NJ To Reduce Contact
The Executive Committee of the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association has passed new rules that significantly reduce the amount of contact allowed during football practices.
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Marketing
From Nine to One
When Trev Alberts became Athletic Director at the University of Nebaska Omaha, teams were using nine different logos. He has brought everyone under one logo, and one brand.
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Golden Goals Installed at Windrose Subdivision Park
In San Tan Valley, Arizona, soccer reigns supreme, and the community’s standards for the best soccer equipment are high. That’s why the town’s Windrose Subdivision Park decided to outfit its soccer field with a trusted Gared Sports soccer goal and net last year.
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Sports Medicine
Keeping Cool
A new study suggests that female athletes may need more cooling than males during and after workouts, which could have implications for performance and recovery.
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Save big with Rhino's DEMO Cart closeout
Every year Rhino SuperCarts replaces its carts used at their our trade show booths and offers them for sale at a "DEMO Cart" discount. This year, the company has just four DEMO Carts available, and they will be sold on a first come/first serve basis.
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Coaching
Changing Times
A handful of high school coaches in New Hampshire offer thoughts on how their coaching has evolved over time, especially with regards to being demanding of athletes.
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Leadership
MIT's Soriero to Retire
The recipient of the NCAA President's Pat Summitt Award at the 2018 NCAA Convention, MIT Athletic Director Julie Soriero has announced that she will retire at the end of this year.
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