June 29, 2010 - Issue 465

Heat Stroke Lawsuit  A trial date has been set in the case of a former Ashford University student who is suing the school, claiming he was denied water during a preseason practice in 2007, which caused him to collapse from heat stroke. Read the full story...

Post-Grads at Practice  Three Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League baseball teams have been punished for using former players to practice with current high school team members. Read the full story...

Reevaluating Recruiting  Is there a way to streamline the many pages of recruiting rules in the NCAA Division I manual? That is what the Recruiting Cabinet is working on right now. Read the full story...


 
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Extra Opportunity Gone?  The Illinois High School Association’s decision to drop a dunk contest from its boys’ basketball state tournament is being met with mixed reviews. Read the full story...

Home-Home Confusion  Both Lehigh and Harvard Universities scheduled their annual football game as a home contes this coming fall. Lehigh has agreed to have the game moved to Cambridge. Read the full story...

Shoulder Pad Debate  There is ongoing debate about a new Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association football rule allowing shoulder pads in off-season workouts. Read the full story...

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The Backup Plan  It could happen to any one of us—and probably has. The computer screen goes blank and tears are shed as data and memories are lost forever. Fortunately, a few simple steps can help you avoid the nightmare of losing everything in a computer crash. Read the full story...

D-II Shifting, Too  Conference realignment talk has centered around NCAA Division I in recent weeks, but the possible creation of a new Division II conference has schools on their toes. Read the full story...

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Budget Crisis  A Fresno Bee article reports that Fresno State University’s athletic budget is in serious trouble, and recounts how it got there. Read the full story...

NATA Recap  Whether you were at this year’s NATA Annual Meeting or not, you don’t want to miss the blog of T&C Managing Editor Greg Scholand, who spent last week in Philly. Read the full story...

Athletic Directors Honored  The National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) announced the 2009-10 Under Armour Athletic Directors of the Year last week. Here’s a rundown of the prestigious list. Read the full story...

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Outfitting a Weightroom with a Higher Purpose  Notre Dame High School honors the memory of a former athlete with a fully equipped strength and conditioning center. Read more...

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