Andy Berg
Andy Berg (andy@athleticbusiness.com) joined Athletic Business as Executive Editor in May of 2017. Andy brings 10 years of B2B publishing experience to AB. In 2008, he began as an associate editor for Advantage Business Media’s Wireless Week brand, which covers the wireless communications industry. From there, Andy took over the executive editor position at Wireless Week and CED Magazine. In 2015, Andy moved within Advantage Business Media to become Editorial Director for the company’s Manufacturing vertical, which is comprised of seven brands positioned across the manufacturing sector.
  • Friday, May, 18, 2018
    Cal Fires Long-Time Employee over Assault Allegations

    The University of California has fired an assistant athletic director for student services in light of allegations of sexual abuse against a player.


  • Thursday, May, 17, 2018
    High School Basketball Star Actually 25 Years Old

    A star high school basketball player has been arrested after it was discovered he was actually 25 years old.


  • Wednesday, May, 16, 2018
    Louisville Denies Sexism, Discrimination Charges

    The University of Louisville has officially denied that its athletic department engaged in discriminatory and sexist conduct.


  • Tuesday, May, 15, 2018
    Facility Cleaning and Sanitizing Tips and Products

    In January 2017, a Nevada woman died after an infection in her leg proved resistant to 26 different antibiotics. According to Dr. James Johnson, professor of infectious diseases medicine at the University of Minnesota, the type of drug-resistant "superbug" found in the woman's leg was just the beginning of what could become a global health crisis. "We're off the cliff," Johnson told NPR at the time. "It's already happening. People are dying. It's right here, right now. Sure, it's going to get worse. But we're already there."


  • Monday, May, 14, 2018
    Russia Offers Food Deal to Finish World Cup Stadium

    Russia is employing Soviet-era tactics in hopes of completing its World Cup facilities in time for the first matches, which start June 14 and run through July 15. 


  • Monday, May, 14, 2018
    Virus Plagues NCAA Womens’ Regional Golf Tournament

    Golfers at the NCAA Women’s Austin Regional last week were plagued by a mysterious illness that sent a number of athletes to the hospital.


  • Friday, May, 11, 2018
    New Transfer Rule Criticized for Racial Inequality

    A clause in a new proposal that would allow student-athletes to compete immediately after transferring to a new school is raising questions about racial inequality.


  • Thursday, May, 10, 2018
    Hartford Settles Stadium Fraud Lawsuit

    The city of Hartford, Conn., has settled a civil lawsuit against two developers and others involved in a failed bid to renovate the city’s multipurpose Dillon stadium.


  • Monday, May, 07, 2018
    Transgender Woman Sues Club for Discrimination

    A transgender woman is suing a California gym, claiming gym management failed to accommodate her after she was threatened by another member.


  • Thursday, May, 03, 2018
    Developer Sues Phoenix for Suns Arena Plans

    A real-estate developer is suing the city of Phoenix for information related to the renovation of the Talking Stick Resort Arena, home of the Phoenix Suns.


  • Wednesday, November, 08, 2017
    Letter from the Editor: Common Ground

    It's an interesting time to be part of this industry. In recent months, sport has again realized its platform as an effective channel for social and cultural debate. Whether or not you feel strongly about protests taking place on the sidelines of NFL games — and those at the college and high school levels — it's hard to ignore that this industry finds itself at the epicenter of a politically charged conversation.


  • Monday, October, 09, 2017
    Letter from the Editor: Never Lose Perspective

    Perspective is everything. It's a phrase that went through my head more than once as we put together our annual Facilities of Merit® issue.