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.
  • Monday, March, 11, 2019
    Two Gym Roofs Collapse at Montana State

    The roofs of two gyms at Montana State University in Bozeman collapsed over the weekend.  


  • Monday, March, 11, 2019
    Student-Athletes Score in NCAA Compensation Trial

    A federal judge ruled Friday that the NCAA cannot limit education-related compensation for student-athletes playing Division I men’s or women’s basketball, or those who compete in Bowl Subdivision football. 


  • Friday, March, 08, 2019
    Former First Lady’s Alma Mater Names Facility After Her

    Former first lady Michelle Obama will be honored by her high school alma mater when the school names its new athletics complex after her.


  • Friday, March, 08, 2019
    Club Employee Arrested for Photographing Women

    A fitness club employee in Missouri has been arrested after he was charged with secretly taking nude photos of his girlfriend, sister and dozens of women while they tanned at the facility.


  • Friday, March, 08, 2019
    Creighton, TCU Snared in FBI Basketball Probe

    Just weeks from the start of March Madness, two more schools have found themselves smack in the middle of the FBI’s ongoing investigation into corruption at the highest levels of NCAA men’s basketball.


  • Friday, March, 08, 2019
    Warriors' New Arena Offers Pricey Luxury

    The NBA's Golden State Warriors are looking to take special care of their wealthiest fans when their new home opens in San Francisco.


  • Thursday, March, 07, 2019
    Oklahoma to Cut Seats, Improve Wi-Fi at Stadium

    The University of Oklahoma is set to decrease capacity at Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in order to give fans a few extra inches of elbow room.


  • Thursday, March, 07, 2019
    Iowa City School Board Mulls Cutting Athletic Directors

    The Iowa City school district, forced with trimming $5.2 million from next year’s budget, is putting all options on the table, including the radical idea of cutting athletic director positions.


  • Thursday, March, 07, 2019
    Planet Fitness Asks Man with Tourette’s to Leave

    Planet Fitness, which bills itself as “The Judgement Free Zone,” is getting backlash after one of its locations in Florida asked a man with Tourette’s Syndrome to leave because he was being too loud.


  • Wednesday, March, 06, 2019
    Cheerleader Sues Southeastern over Concussions

    A former cheerleader at Southeastern University in Florida is suing the school, her former coach and an assistant athletic trainer for negligence over what she says was the mishandling of concussions she suffered while participating on the cheer team.


  • 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.