Athletic Director Who Resigned to Get $125K Settlement
by Leslie Bridgers, Staff Writer May 2015
The Westbrook schools' former athletic director, who resigned last year after a controversy about the overturned suspensions of student-athletes, will receive more than $125,000 in a settlement agreement reached Monday with the school department.
Cal U of Pennsylvania Athletes Protest Coaching Cuts
by Debra Erdley May 2015
A small group of professors, coaches and athletes at California University of Pennsylvania hit the bricks Friday afternoon, protesting the elimination of six assistant coaching positions, as school officials scramble to deal with declining enrollment and financial pressures.
Deadline Gone: Ousted Rec Director Mulls Legal Options
by Thomas J. Prohaska; News Niagara Reporter May 2015
The legal deadline for a State Supreme Court lawsuit against the City of Lockport from former Youth and Recreation Director Melissa I. Junke ran out this week. However, her attorney said Junke still has other legal options that aren't constrained by the deadline as she seeks to challenge her ouster.
Park Director Agrees to Stay Put, Gets $20K Raise
by Marie Wilson, Chicago Daily Herald May 2015
Naperville Park District Executive Director Ray McGury has received a $20,000 raise and a contract extension through 2020 in exchange for not pursuing other job opportunities, including the possibility of leading the DuPage County Forest Preserve District.
Parent: NCCU Alerted to Associate Coach Enoch's Issues
by Brooke Pryor May 2015
ive months before N.C. Central parted ways with women's associate basketball coach Ronnie Enoch, Tonya Kirkpatrick began voicing her concerns about him to the school's athletic administration.
College Fires Coach After Player's Mother Complains
by Brooke Pryor, email@example.com May 2015
Ronnie Enoch, associate head coach of the women's basketball team at North Carolina Central, is no longer employed by the university, the school confirmed Thursday night.
Minor Leaguers' Lawsuit Seeks Major Pay Increase
by Jorge L. Ortiz, USA TODAY Sports April 2015
If the lawsuit gains class-action status, its outcome could have a significant impact on the thousands of players who began the season this month with the ultimate goal -- in most cases, just a distant dream -- of reaching the majors.
Female ADs Slowly Making Inroads at Big Colleges
by Frank Fitzpatrick; Inquirer Staff Writer April 2015
While advancement in big-time athletic administration remains tricky for women, Division I schools requiring major makeovers seem eager to make them their ADs.
Do Fired College Coaches Deserve 'Golden Parachutes'?
by Amanda Seitz, Dayton Daily News April 2015
Don Treadwell didn't work a day last year at Miami University. Just the year before, college leaders fired the former head football coach after the team had started 0-5 during the 2013 season.
Angels, Ticket Staff Resolve Anthem Controversy
by MARCIA C. SMITH, STAFF WRITER April 2015
The Angels and their ticket takers have apparently resolved a dispute over whether they should continue working and allowing patrons through the turnstiles into Angel Stadium during the national anthem.