September 14, 2010 - Issue 476

Head Coach Suspended  This Indianapolis coach was suspended after players threw bottles of urine at each other on the bus. Read the full story...

Four Weeks on the Job  After four weeks as Athletic Director at the University of Oregon, Rob Mullens shares his insights into running an NCAA Division I program. Read the full story...

HS Team Investigated  A high school football team in Delaware is being investigated for improper recruitment of athletes. Read the full story...




PRODUCT SHOWCASE
Fundraising and Team Pride  These fundraising solutions can help your athletic department raise dollars and school spirit. See products...
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More Than Seven Million  There are now 7.6 million young people participating in high school sports, an all-time high. Track and field teams posted the largest increases. Read the full story...

A Slow September  What do you do with yourself when you retire from being an athletic director? David Hoch blogs from his back deck. Read the full story...

Tracking High School Injuries  The NATA has teamed up with Datalys Center to begin an exciting new project aimed at tracking injuries, treatment, and rehab outcomes of high school athletes. Read the full story...

Institute-Trained Professionals
C.H.E.K. Institute-trained professionals are among the most sought-after fitness professional in their respective fields.
Soil Conditioner
Game-On is a sports field soil conditioner that will not break your budget and will provide excellent results.
AccuFitness
A worldwide leader in consumer fitness and body measurement devices.
Tough Enough for Training
Humane's LokTuff interlocking rubber systems do more than just protect weight room flooring.


Sharing Captain Duties  Instead of selecting season-long captains, this Massachusetts high school is using shared leadership for all its teams this season. Read the full story...

United We Lead  In the latest issue of Athletic Management, a veteran football coach explains the ins and outs of implementing a shared leadership concept. Read the full story...

Making Fields Look Great
Kromer's rugged line of equipment will make your athletic field look and play great.
Treat 'Em Well
Treat your athletes on Oakworks' stationary and portable treatment tables, designed especially for physical therapists and athletic trainers.
Practice Made Easier
Coaching-aid machine technology made easy.
Aids for All
SPRI offers training and conditioning for everyone - from student to professional athletes
Resilient Surfacing
Surface America offers poured, rolled, and molded tiles for many indoor applications.


Bad Behavior on the Rise?  The number of arrests of college athletes is increasing, according to this piece. Read the full story...

Mixing HS and Youth Sports  The Ohio High School Athletic Association is offering to regulate non-school youth sports, if provided the money needed to expand its operations. Read the full story...

Eating Disorders Awareness  The National Eating Disorders Association has launched a new educational toolkit aimed at helping those who work in athletic departments. Read the full story...

CASE STUDY
Custom Courtside Seating  When Tom Blicher, General Manager of Athletic Facilities at the University of Notre Dame, began his courtside seating search, there were a few things he had in mind. Read more...

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