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    by Jason Scott July 2019

    A former high school baseball player pleaded no contest in a hazing case involving younger players.

  • Report: Rowan U. Needs to Address Gender Inequities

    by Paul Steinbach July 2019

    The reckoning one coach's comment about sports bras has wrought.

  • Yale Athletics Eliminates Student-Services Position

    by Paul Steinbach July 2019

    Yale University athletic director Vicky Chun has removed the office of Senior Associate Athletic Director for Student Services.

  • NC State Hit with NCAA Notice of Allegations

    by Jason Scott July 2019

    North Carolina State University became the first school to feel the sting from the NCAA in the wake of the federal trials that caught up a number of other programs and coaches in corruption. 

  • How To Expand Your Programming Options

    by Kate Rampone July 2019

    From the standard sports development and tumbling classes to more unique programs like intramural Quidditch and water pole dancing sessions, programming options are seemingly endless. The success and profitability of your organization relies on offering diverse user groups a wide range of programs to pique their interests. However, what's successful for one organization may be a flop in another, and that's why it's crucial to have a solid understanding of who your members are. By understanding their demographic characteristics, you can formulate a programming mix that fits the generational, cultural and family lifecycle make-up of your community, college or club. Knowing your members is one thing, but figuring out exactly what programs fit their needs and wants can be the hard part. Here are some tips to help you out:

  • Bill to Allow Student-Athletes to Profit Advances

    by Jason Scott July 2019

    On Tuesday, the state of California moved closer to allowing collegiate-level student-athletes to profit from the use of their names, images and likenesses as the Fair Pay to Play Act was passed out of committee by a unanimous vote.

  • Harvard Fires Coach Who Sold Home to Prospect's Dad

    by Paul Steinbach July 2019

    Harvard University has announced that longtime men's and women's fencing coach Peter Brand has been fired for violating the school's conflict-of-interest policy.

  • How Campus Rec Prepares Students for Careers

    by Michael Popke July 2019

    Leah Hall Dorothy, NIRSA's new president, saw the future of campus recreation in 2009 as a Ph.D. candidate in educational leadership at the University of Nebraska. Her dissertation was titled, "Experiences that Prepared Second-Year University Recreational Sports Management Professionals for their Careers." A decade later, as director of recreational sports at Oregon State University, she's living proof of her own research.

  • Collapse of WCHA Rocks College Hockey World

    by Jason Scott July 2019

    A surprise announcement by seven of the 10 members of the WCHA collegiate hockey conference has sent shockwaves throughout the sport, and could result in major shake-ups while leaving certain programs in jeopardy. 

  • UConn Penalized for Infractions Under Ex-Coach Ollie

    by Jason Scott July 2019

    The University of Connecticut’s men’s basketball program received two years of probation for violations that took place under former coach Kevin Ollie. The NCAA announced the penalties in a release on Tuesday.