Courtney Cameron
(courtney@athleticbusiness.com) joined the staff at Athletic Business in September of 2016 as the editorial assistant. She has a bachelor’s in creative writing and French from the University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire, where she worked as a group exercise instructor. She enjoys hiking at Devil’s Lake and reading past bedtime.
  • Wednesday, August, 23, 2017
    Pitt Among Final Bidders for Oakland Clubhouse

    The Pittsburgh Athletic Association is seeking a buyer or development partner for its 124,000-square-foot Oakland clubhouse in an effort to resolve an accumulated $5 million in debt.


  • Tuesday, August, 22, 2017
    ISU Introduces VR Eye-Tracking Tech to the Sidelines

    In light of recent studies suggesting a correlation between contact-sport brain injuries and long-term medical ailments, Iowa State University has enlisted the help of SyncThink’s EYE-SYNC technology to assess athletes’ readiness to return to play.


  • Monday, August, 21, 2017
    Indiana U. Error Results in Student-Athlete Ineligibility

    Indiana University true freshman Bryant Fitzgerald has been ruled a final non-qualifier, making him ineligible for the upcoming football season and unable to practice with the team, according to the INDYSTAR.


  • Thursday, August, 17, 2017
    MSHSL Requires Asthma Training for HS Coaches

    In a recent study from the Minnesota Department of Health, it was found that 58 percent of middle and high school students in the state are involved in sports.


  • Wednesday, August, 16, 2017
    OSAA Recruits Student-Officials to Call Games

    The dwindling number of qualified officials for student sports has been a topic of concern for decades. The combination of relatively low pay and a notoriety for taking abuse makes the job less than appealing for many, which in turn puts added strain on athletic programming.


  • Tuesday, August, 15, 2017
    Former Baseball Player Sues Coach for Benching Him

    Former Los Altos High School student-athlete Robbie Lopez and his parent have leveled a lawsuit against varsity head baseball coach Gabriel Lopez, claiming that the coach’s attitude toward the player displays a “pattern of harassment and bullying.”


  • Monday, August, 14, 2017
    Delays Could Displace School’s Opening Games

    After approving a $621,204 contract to replace the aging football field at Eagle High School with synthetic turf, the West Ada School District in Meridian, Idaho, is facing delays that threaten the first home games scheduled for August 24 and 25 at Thunder Stadium.


  • Thursday, August, 10, 2017
    Gym’s Police and Military Ban Sparks Online Controversy

    EAV Barbell Club in East Atlanta Village has been the recipient of hate mail and death threats since owner Jim Chambers posted an image of his hand-written gym policy to Instagram.


  • Wednesday, August, 09, 2017
    USF Announces Results of Stadium Feasibility Study

    On Tuesday, the University of Southern Florida announced the findings of a $75,000 feasibility study to examine potential locations and construction costs for a new on-campus stadium.


  • Tuesday, August, 08, 2017
    Florida High Schools Struggle to Fund AT Programs

    Athletic trainers in the state of Florida are looking around and starting to feel the fear, as several counties are being forced to cut full-time trainers from their school budgets.