• Soccer League Debuts 'Respect the Game' Behavior Policy

    by Arizona Daily Star September 2014

    The vast Pima County Junior Soccer League, which has about 5,500 young players and more than 10,000 parents and family members, instituted a Respect the Game policy this year in which parental (and player) behavior is monitored.

  • Clemson Women's Soccer Team Faces Hazing Allegations

    by Kerry Capps, Anderson Independent-Mail (South Carolina) September 2014

    A former member of the Clemson women’s soccer team is suing head coach Eddie Radwanski, other staff members, administrators and former teammates for an alleged hazing incident that included “humiliating and demeaning acts” and caused significant physical injuries.

  • The Citadel AD Apologizes to FSU for Player's Comments

    by J Hartsell September 2014

    The Citadel athletic director Jim Senter has sent an e-mail of apology to Florida State regarding controversial comments made by a Bulldogs lineman after a 37-12 loss to the top-ranked Seminoles last Saturday.

  • Sterling Attorney: Racial Speech Common in NBA

    by Brent Schrotenboer, USA TODAY Sports September 2014

    An attorney for former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling predicts even more casualties will result from the new racial speech standard set by the NBA against his client.

  • Man Enters Locker Room, Threatens Life of Prep Coach

    by Beatriz Alvarado September 2014

    A man was arrested after he barged into a high school locker room and threatened to kill the head football coach and his wife for not allowing his younger brother to play for another team, according to a police report.

  • Opinion: Hawks Owner Acknowledged That Racism Exists

    by Dianne Williamson September 2014

    Let's call a timeout on Bruce Levenson's self-flagellation tour to pose some questions about this latest race-based "scandal" of the National Basketball Association. First, if someone acknowledges that racism exists, does that make him a racist?

  • National Program Targets HS Hazing, 'Full-Scale Culture Change'

    by Claudia Rowe September 2014

    As an eager, if nervous, ninth-grader, Anya Meleshuk allowed several older girls to blindfold her one afternoon, put her in a car and drive her to a park where she was told to “propose” to a stranger. Later, dressed in fairy wings, she downed a dozen flavors of ice cream while her friends watched, and went home afterward feeling as if she had been accepted, initiated into Garfield High School, where such “froshing” has a long history.

  • Details Emerge in HS Football False Imprisonment Case

    by Cindy Von Quednow September 2014

    Ventura police said last week they have cited and released four high school students in connection with the handcuffing of a 17-year-old football player in a high school locker room.

  • Appeals Court Upholds UNC Decision to Ban Fan

    by Laura Oleniacz, September 2014

    The court has found that university officials did not misuse their power or violate a fan's First Amendment rights when they banned him from university athletics events for harassing players and staff.

  • NMAA Probing 'Horrible' Player-on-Player Soccer Attack


    A La Cueva High School boys soccer player went to urgent care and was held out of practice this week after a Highland High player punched and kicked him during a game last weekend.