Law & Policy: Governing Bodies
Schools Struggle to Adapt to New Statewide Sports Schedules
by Michael Popke November 2007
As schools in two states struggle to adapt to new sports schedules, more changes may be on the way.
U.S. Soccer Federation Program Reflects Shift from Competition to Development
by Nicholas Brown October 2007
A new program from the U.S. Soccer Federation reflects a focal shift from competition to player development.
Inter-Conference Partnerships a Step Toward Football Officiating Consistency
by Paul Steinbach September 2007
Inter-conference partnerships may signal a first step toward football officiating consistency.
A Connecticut Law Spurs Adoption of Alternative Field-Care Options
by Michael Popke August 2007
A Connecticut law reinforces a trend to adopt alternative field-care options.
Middle Tennessee State Football Rises from the Academic Progress Rate Abyss
by Paul Steinbach July 2007
Through administrative teamwork, Middle Tennessee State football rises from the Academic Progress Rate abyss.
by Paul Steinbach March 2007
The NCAA's proposed ban on male practice players draws widespread criticism.
by John T. Wolohan & Steve Barnes December 2005
A world-class swimmer, a court rules, is no different from any other athlete.
Facility Maintenance and OSHA Compliance
by Kurt Broadhag December 2005
Create a safer work environment for your staff by implementing OSHA guidelines and maintaining a compliant facility.
by Michael Popke July 2004
Pool operators must keep a keen eye on evolving standards and guidelines regarding suction entrapment, pool depth and water quality
Setbacks in Minor League Sports
by Andrew Cohen July 2001
Professional sports leagues have become accustomed to good news. Oh, there are the occasional black eyes - players in trouble with the law, renegade owners, labor disputes - but the pro realm hasn't had a truly life-or-death struggle on its hands in a number of years. Even in an age of upwardly spiraling ticket prices, most of the established leagues remain exceptionally healthy, no matter what accounting firms hired by the owners say.