June 8, 2010 - Issue 462

Traffic Stop Leads to Firing  A Connecticut high school tennis coach has been fired, a month after allegedly shoving a police officer who had pulled over the team bus. Read the full story...

Rich Getting Richer?  A new report from the Center for College Affordability and Productivity shows that the subsidy gap between the majors and mid-majors of NCAA Division I is as wide as ever. Read the full story...

Postseason News  From bowing out of state tournaments due to rules infractions to scoring errors that revealed a new champion, high school postseason play has seen its ups and downs this spring. Read the full story...


 
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NLI Debate  Questions are being raised about the National Letter of Intent process after DePaul University published a statement saying it will not release a basketball recruit from his NLI, although the athlete’s family says he was told otherwise. Read the full story...

Settled Discrimination Suit  This Washington school district has settled with the families of four girls’ basketball players who filed a discrimination suit against the district and their coach. Read the full story...

Ring It Loud  The Southeastern Conference is wrestling with how to enforce a rule that bans artificial noisemakers at sporting events. At Mississippi State University, ringing cowbells in the stands is a long-held tradition. Read the full story...

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Take Five  A veteran high school athletic director offers his top five pieces of advice for today’s up-and-coming administrator. Read the full story...

Discus Injury  After a girls’ track and field athlete at this Rhode Island high school was hit in the face with a discus during practice, school officials have said they will review their safety procedures. Read the full story...

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No Ordinary Summer  From world travelers to proud mentors and recent honorees, this installment of “Athletic Trainers in the News” has a little bit of everything. Read the full story...

College Connection  Vanderbilt University’s relationship with a Tennessee county school system keeps area high school athletes up to date with annual sports physicals at minimal cost. Read the full story...

New Online Forum  A new Web site has been launched to connect athletes, coaches, and athletic trainers of any sport and skill level with each other. Called Community of Sport, it is being presented by Active Ankle Systems, Inc. Read the full story...

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