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Tools of the Trade
June 11, 2012 - Issue 565
School Wants Female Coach
 An Alabama high school has let go of its head softball coach, saying it wants a woman to run the program. The ousted coach wonders if he’s being discriminated against. Read the full story...
Implementing Change
 A look at how the University of Michigan’s athletic department has changed over the last two years under Athletic Director David Brandon. Read the full story...
Caught on Camera
 A high school baseball coach has been disciplined for placing a camera in his team’s locker room. He says he did it to try to catch a thief. Read the full story...
Featured E-Zine

T&C Spring Digital Supplement

Christina Specos provides a glimpse inside Purdue University's renovated Mackey Arena and Dave Ellis, President of the Collegiate & Professional Sports Dietitians Association, talks about nutrition for football linemen.

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Grants Available
 CytoSport is handing out $250,000 in grants to help rebuild and revitalize high school athletic programs around the country. Applications will be accepted through November 30, with winners selected in January. Read the full story...
Value in Diamonds
 With several mid-major schools advancing in the NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament, here’s a look at how investing in the sport of baseball can pay off. Read the full story...
Case Study
Careers in Sports and Health Sciences  Amy Ashmore, PhD, Faculty Member at American Public University, answers the question: What can I do with a degree in sports and health sciences?
Wheel on Down
 Wheelchair athletes in Ohio will be competing at their state high school track and field meet starting next season. Read the full story...
Not on the Same Page?
 The Associated Press examines the drug policies at Southeastern Conference schools, finding they are much more lenient than the NCAA’s policy and vary widely within the conference. Read the full story...
NFHS Names Citation Honorees
 Twelve leaders in high school activity programs across the country have been selected to receive NFHS Citations. Read the full story...
Product Showcase
NATA Preview  The 63rd Annual Meeting of the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) in St. Louis is right around the corner. The following companies and products will be on hand.
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HBCU Makes Controversial Hire
 Alcorn State University has hired Jay Hopson, making him the first white Head Football Coach in the Southwestern Athletic Conference. Read the full story...
NATA Welcomes New President
 James Thornton, Head Athletic Trainer and Director of Sports Medicine and Athletic Training Services at Clarion University, where he has worked since 1990, will become the NATA’s next President. Read the full story...
Fired for Being Gay?
 A high school water polo coach is claiming that he was fired for being gay. Read the full story...
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