Law & Policy: Sportsmanship
School Answers to Viral Video of Locker Room Fight
by Quinton Martinez email@example.com 325-659-8259 / @qmartinez April 2015
A 25-second video clip apparently showing two Central High School students fighting inside one of the dressing rooms at San Angelo Stadium surfaced Tuesday on social media outlet Twitter.
Opinion: Sportsmanship Missing in College Sports
by Doug Robinson Deseret News April 2015
To the surprise of some, there was relatively little said or written about the Bad Thing the Kentucky Player Said About his Opponent earlier this week at the Final Four.
Punch After Prep Baseball Game Prompts Inquiry
by Nadia Tamez-Robledo April 2015
Officials from two school districts are investigating a Calallen baseball player who was recorded on Thursday punching an opponent from Tuloso-Midway ISD.
Coach Fires Gun at Opposing Coach at Philly Rec Center
by Allison Steele, Inquirer Staff Writer April 2015
A 26-year-old basketball coach fired at another coach during a teenage basketball game Saturday afternoon at a Southwest Philadelphia recreation center, police said.
St. Joseph's Investigates Alleged Softball Team Hazing
by Huizhong Wu and Susan Snyder, Inquirer Staff Writers April 2015
St. Joseph's University is investigating allegations that members of the women's varsity softball team engaged in hazing or bullying of younger members, reportedly involving alcohol and sexual improprieties.
The AB Extra: April 3
by Michael Gaio April 2015
We dive into the second edition of The AB Extra with some Final Four coverage, an April Fools Day tweet gone wrong and heroics from two YMCA lifeguards. Today we begin with this heartwarming display of sportsmanship in women’s college basketball.
Athletes' Misbehavior at Feminist Gathering Criticized
by Travis Williams firstname.lastname@example.org April 2015
Questionable behavior by some Virginia Tech football players at a Take Back the Night event last week prompted reaction from Athletic Director Whit Babcock and coach Frank Beamer.
Prep Players, Coach Won't Be Charged for Road Prank
by The Herald-Sun (Durham, N.C.) April 2015
Members of a West Virginia high school baseball team will not face charges for a kidnapping prank on an interstate in North Carolina, police said.
Calipari Stands By Remarks About Notre Dame Game
by Scott Adamson, Anderson Independent-Mail April 2015
John Calipari is one of those men that you probably love if he happens to be coaching your team but have little use for if he isn’t.
School Official Seeks Mercy Rule for Prep Basketball
by Ryan Bakken, Forum News Service March 2015
William Shakespeare wrote: “The quality of mercy is not strained; it droppeth as the gentle rain from heaven upon the place beneath.” Jay Townsend, the school superintendent at Fairmount in North Dakota’s southeastern corner, agrees with England’s bard of centuries ago.