March 30, 2009 - Issue 401
Bus Safety An ESPN investigation found that nearly one-third of NCAA Division I schools surveyed had contracted buses from companies that had not met all federal safety standards, including some that had a history of serious problems. Read the full story...
Students Support Coach About 75 high school students marched one mile from their campus to the district administration building in protest of disciplinary action likely to be assessed to their head football and former baseball coach, who held illegal preseason practices earlier this school year. Read the full story...
Two Sides University of Oklahoma All-American Courtney Paris has said she’ll repay her scholarship if her women’s basketball team doesn’t win a national championship. Her declaration has been both praised and panned. Read the full story...
Perma-Cap seating will keep your stadium looking good season after season, year after year.
C.H.E.K. Institute-trained professionals are among the most sought-after fitness professional in their respective fields.
Music CDs for fundraising and donor rewards.
Game-On is a sports field soil conditioner that will not break your budget and will provide excellent results.
Defining the future of scoreboards.
Party Leads To Punishment A Massachusetts senior track and field athlete has been suspended for 60 percent of his season and his mother has resigned from her position as an assistant coach on the team after an underage drinking party was held at their home. Read the full story...
Rutgers Women Seek Change At Rutgers, new Athletic Director Tim Pernetti has a lot on his plate, including a challenge from Head Women’s Basketball Coach C. Vivian Stringer to promote her program better. Read the full story...
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Getting In The Game The St. Paul Pioneer-Press concluded a four-part series examining the drop in high school athletic participation rates in Minnesota with a look at how to get more students involved in high school sports. Read the full story...
Net Gains Having a solid strength and conditioning program for tennis can sometimes be overlooked. That’s not the case, however, at Xavier University, where the men’s tennis program is currently atop the Atlantic 10 conference standings. Read the full story...
Hires, Fires, And More The Pac-10 chooses a new leader … Former NFL player will become Wisconsin-Milwaukee athletic director … Oregon names new athletic director, basketball coach … Beard to retire after 37 years. Read the full story...