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Tools of the Trade
July 15, 2013 - Issue 621
Removing the Trash Talk
 State athletic association officials in New York may follow New Jersey’s lead in attempting to curb in-game trash talk among players. Read the full story...
Changes Coming to Women’s Basketball
 The NCAA is considering several changes to the Division I women’s basketball tournament, including shifting the Final Four to a Friday-Sunday schedule. Read the full story...
Coaches Dismissed Over Supplements
 A newly hired California high school football coach was fired along with the rest of his staff after allegedly providing players with nutritional supplements, including creatine. Read the full story...
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Grading Diversity in College Athletics
 The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport at the University of Central Florida has given college sports a “B” grade for diversity in hiring in 2012. Read the full story...
Cheering 101
 A Wisconsin high school has created Fan Bootcamp, a place for students to learn the school’s synchronized cheers and come up with their own. Read the full story...
Case Study
Boosting Revenue Creatively  How do we make more money? is a common question asked by sports teams and athletic organizations. While budgets may be decreasing, opportunities for sponsorship dollars and new fans are increasing due to new technologies.
Concussion Law Extended
 New Hampshire amended its concussion legislation, making rules applicable to students in all competitive sports, including intramurals, starting in the fourth grade. Read the full story...
Inside Look: Penn State
 Penn State University Director of Strength and Conditioning Craig Fitzgerald provides a video tour of the recently renovated 13,000 square foot weightroom in the Lasch Football Complex. Read the full story...
Over and Back
 New Jersey is seeing more boys’ basketball players repeating a grade during middle school and then trying to skip a grade in high school. Read the full story...
Product Showcase
Field Maintenance  Keep your field looking tip-top with these cutting edge products from manufacturers you trust.
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Buyer’s Guide Showcase: Synthetic Turf
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Technological Advances
 High school softball coaches will now be allowed to use electronic devices for coaching purposes in the dugout. Read the full story...
Heading Off Trouble
 After many Massachusetts high schools failed to comply with a new law requiring them to report head injuries suffered by student-athletes, the state has changed the way it requests the information. Read the full story...
Coach Placed on Probation
 A high school football coach in Washington, D.C., was placed on probation for violating transfer rules. Read the full story...
Brain Armor
Used by athletes of all ages and skill levels to support cognitive and visual performance through nutrition.
Ferris Mfg. Corp.
Ferris Mfg. Corp. is the maker of the PolyMem SportsWrap family of wound dressings.
Core Training
Strength training right to the core, with the Lebert Equalizer.
Schelde North America
Schelde North America, Better Equipment for a Better Game(TM).
Aquatic Therapy
From conditioning and therapy to rehab and recovery, SwimEx meets all your training needs.
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