Monday, November, 01, 2004
Today's campus athletic museums offer dynamic looks at a program's past, often with an eye toward selling the future
Wednesday, September, 01, 2004
The Unreal World
The University of Cincinnati gives new meaning to the term "campus recreation center"
Wednesday, September, 01, 2004
Sporting Events and Booze a Volatile Mix
Sporting events and alcohol can make for a volatile mix unless management strategies exist to ensure the safety of all in attendance
Monday, December, 01, 2003
Survival of the Fitted
The performance-apparel market is bursting at the seams, with one manufacturer after another promising athletes enhanced comfort and performance
Monday, September, 01, 2003
Appetite for Destruction
What factors feed students' desire to riot after their team's significant wins and losses? Campus administrators are sifting through the ashes for answers.
Thursday, May, 01, 2003
Light bulbs popping up over courts and corridors couple familiar looks with newfound efficiencies
Saturday, March, 01, 2003
Locked and Loaded
With Player Comfort and Team Cohesion In Mind, Locker Rooms Within Professional and Major College Athletic Venues are Designed to Serve as Well-Appointed Homes Away From Home
Wednesday, January, 01, 2003
Rethinking the Rink
Trauma and Tragedy Have Spurred Changes in the Ice Arena Environment, and Everyone from Skaters to Spectators Is Safer For It
Friday, November, 01, 2002
Regular maintenance of saunas and steam rooms is imperative to providing users attractive and healthful environments
Monday, July, 01, 2002
From synthetic turf to hardwood floors, the surfaces underfoot in athletic facilities have advanced by leaps and bounds over the past 25 years
Thursday, January, 17, 2013
Blog: The Tangled Webs of Lance Armstrong, Manti Te'o
The twisted tales of Lance Armstrong and Manti Te'o are now intertwined. Heroes to many, these athletes have lived lies before our eyes, and now those lies are unraveling within the same week.
Monday, December, 03, 2012
Blog: The Life and Death of Rick Majerus
The first time I saw Rick Majerus in person, he was sitting in seldom-used end-court bleachers that had been wheeled into position for a Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Class C basketball sectional at my high school alma mater's field house. I was there to cover a game for my hometown newspaper, The West Bend News. Majerus, an assistant coach at Marquette at the time (this was the mid-'80s), was there to scout Kohler, Wis., phenom Joe Wolf, who would eventually attend North Carolina.
Sunday, January, 17, 2010
Blog: Still Believing, 34 Years (and Counting) Later
Editor's Note: AB Senior Editor Paul Steinbach authored this piece in January 2010, but with February 22nd marking the 34th anniversary of the Miracle on Ice and the U.S. men's hockey team facing off against Canada on Friday, the message still rings true.
For nearly 30 years now, the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team has been an off-and-on obsession of mine.
Thursday, December, 10, 2009
A Choice to Make
There's precedent for a Catholic institution sticking with a coach despite his pro-choice stance on abortion. Rick Majerus is in his third season heading the St. Louis University men's basketball program after admitting during a TV interview at a January 2008 Hillary Clinton campaign rally that he is "pro-choice, personally." But will a Catholic institution hire a pro-choice coach? Somehow, during speculation that University of Cincinnati head football coach Brian Kelly is next in line to bear the Notre Dame football cross, the rumor spread that Kelly, an Irish Catholic who decades ago campaigned for Democratic presidential candidate Gary Hart, is pro-choice. But no one seems to know for sure. "I searched online media archives all day today trying to find one reputable media reference to Kelly's stance on abortion," read a Tuesday post by Brooks at sportsbybrooks.com. "I found none."
Wednesday, November, 11, 2009
Hit 'Em Straight
When the AB editors dedicated our July issue to best environmental practices in the athletics, fitness and recreation industries, we managed to overlook one egregious hazard to our planet's health: golf balls.