• Temple's New Deputy AD Could Aid in Stadium Bid

    by Marc Narducci, The Philadelphia Inquirer July 2015

    Craig Angelos believes his expertise in building a football stadium and in fund-raising will benefit him in his new job as Temple's deputy director of athletics. Temple announced his hiring on Tuesday.

  • Atlanta Hawks GM Absolved of Racism, Still Dismissed

    by Chris Vivlamore; Staff June 2015

    The Danny Ferry era came to an official end Monday. The embattled Hawks general manager said he is "relieved" and took full responsibility for comments that ultimately led to his departure after a nearly year-long controversy.

  • Rec Department Reorganizing After Workforce Depletion

    by Luke Ranker, Topeka Capital-Journal June 2015

    The Shawnee County Commission on Thursday will consider reorganizing the county's Parks and Recreation department.

  • Fired Prep Coach Who Got Job Back Now Resigns

    by Thomas Clouse, (509) 459-5495 June 2015

    fter losing his job as Mead High School football coach in late March and having it restored on appeal in late May, Sean Carty announced to parents on Monday that he has resigned as coach of the Panthers.

  • U.S. Women's Open Relying on 2,300 Volunteers

    by Diana Pugliese, Lancaster Newspaper June 2015

    On Friday afternoon, the first group of volunteers for the upcoming U.S. Women's Open at Lancaster Country Club started their training for the tournament, which will run from July 6-12.

  • High School Fined $500 for Coach's Ump Comments

    by Chris Thomas June 2015

    The TSSAA has fined Farragut High School’s baseball program $500 after coach Matt Buckner publicly criticized an umpire following a Class AAA state tournament doubleheader against Houston.

  • Estimates Vary on Number of Jobs Arena Would Create

    by Don Walker and Bill Glauber, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (WI) June 2015

    When it comes to a new arena for the Bucks and jobs for Milwaukee, one thing is certain: Build a grand sports stage and at least a dozen well-paid NBA players will be working in the city.

  • UA Track Coach Said to Threaten Athlete Resigns

    by Yoohyun Jung Arizona daily star May 2015

    The University of Arizona assistant track coach accused of threatening, assaulting and stalking a student athlete, who he was allegedly involved with in a relationship, resigned from the university effective Wednesday.

  • Illinois AD Feels Secure Despite Abuse Claims in Two Sports

    by David Just May 2015

    Illinois athletic director Mike Thomas says he's not concerned about his job security even as his athletic department confronts allegations of abuse from both its football and women's basketball programs.

  • Fired by ND in '09, Weis Still Tops Irish Coaches' Payroll

    by Staff, news services May 2015

    Fired Notre Dame coach Charlie Weis earned nearly twice as much as Brian Kelly, the man who replaced him as football coach.