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  • Disgraced Coach Masiello Turns Resume 'Mistake' Positive

    by The New York Post June 2014

    There is reality, and there is truth. Steve Masiello understands the reality. He understands that some people never will believe him, forever branding him a liar for listing himself as a Kentucky graduate on his résumé when he hadn't completed his undergraduate degree. Manhattan's recently reinstated basketball coach doesn't blame anyone for having that opinion. There is evidence to support that conclusion, even though so much evidence lies solely in the mind of Masiello. Only he knows. That is the truth. In its absence, Masiello probably would think the same thing many people have thought of him over the past two-plus months.

  • ASU Hires Pro Execs, While UA Finds Old-School Success

    by Greg Hansen, Arizona Daily Star June 2014

    About the only thing the athletic departments at Arizona and ASU have in common anymore is that they are travel partners in the Pac- 12. Almost everything else has changed.

  • Policy Banning Parents from Coaching Gets Pushback

    by Dan Brown; dbrown@berkeleyind.com June 2014

    Parents and coaches from across Berkeley County converged on a board of education meeting demanding some answers, or at best, a frank explanation as to the motivation behind the county board s consideration of changing a longstanding volunteer coaches policy.

  • Assertiveness is Key to Running a Fitness Business

    by Rob Bishop and Barry Klein June 2014

    You know how being physically fit and strong is supposed to make people confident and self-assured? Then please explain to us why we're an industry of wimps.

  • Arizona, Donor Get Creative in Retaining Top Personnel

    by Super User June 2014

    The genesis of a sports booster's $17.68 million stock donation to the University of Arizona originated from the simplest idea: UA president Ann Weaver Hart wanted to ensure athletic director Greg Byrne could not easily be wooed by the highest outside bidder.

  • Rec Director to Be Replaced by Nonprofit Partnerships

    by Thomas J. Prohaska; NEWS NIAGARA REPORTER June 2014

    The Common Council voted, 4-1, Wednesday to abolish the job of Youth and Recreation Director Melissa I. Junke, while using not-for-profit organizations to provide some summer programming.

  • Turnover Overload: High School Losing Seven Coaches

    by MARK DONOVAN mdonovan@heraldsun.com June 2014

    Jordan High School Athletic Director David Davis announced a massive coaching staff turnover - that included himself - on Tuesday. Gone will be seven head coaches, one of whom coaches two sports.

  • Alabama Boosts Nick Saban's Base Salary to $6.5M

    by David Paschall June 2014

    Alabama's Nick Saban will continue to be college football's highest-paid coach for the foreseeable future. The compensation committee of the Alabama board of trustees made sure of that Tuesday.

  • Mother Claims Coach Hit Son, Seeks Teaching Ban

    by Mackenzie Mays, Staff writer May 2014

    A baseball coach at Riverside High School allegedly hit a student in the face and later resigned from his coaching position but is still working there as a teacher, according to a complaint filed in Kanawha County Circuit Court Wednesday.

  • Gold's Gym Partners with Hospital on Fitness Facility

    by Becky Orr May 2014

    The first Gold's Gym in Wyoming will open through a partnership with Cheyenne Regional Fitness Center.