Tuesday, December, 19, 2017
George Washington Athletic Director Nero Steps Down
Patrick Nero, George Washington’s athletic director, will step down, bringing to a close a more than six-year tenure.
Monday, December, 18, 2017
Kent State, City Discuss Rec Center Partnership
The city of Kent, Ohio, might be considering a partnership with Kent State University after the failure of a recent referendum to fund a municipal rec center.
Friday, December, 15, 2017
Study Sheds Light on Concussions in Women
New research might shed some light on why women experience higher rates of concussion than their male counterparts.
Wednesday, December, 13, 2017
Man Sues Rec Center Over Son’s Sexual Assault
A man from Santa Fe has filed a lawsuit after his son was molested in the showers at a local public rec center.
Wednesday, December, 13, 2017
Florida AD Talks Emotional Toll of Mullen Hire
Florida athletic director Scott Stricklin copped to the fact that shopping for football coaches is stressful, especially when you decide on one currently employed by your alma mater.
Friday, December, 08, 2017
Phone Records of Oregon's Altman Raise Questions
University of Oregon head basketball coach Dana Altman might have been much more involved in his school’s response to rape allegations against power forward Kavell Bigby-Williams than the school originally acknowledged.
Wednesday, December, 06, 2017
N.C. City Gets Approval for New Baseball Stadium
The city of High Point, N.C. has the green light to begin the process of seeking bonds to finance a new multi-use stadium in downtown.
Monday, December, 04, 2017
Smart Mouthguard May Help Prevent Concussions
Researchers at the Cleveland Clinic Concussion Center believe they have the perfect tool for studying and possibly preventing concussions in athletes.
Friday, December, 01, 2017
HS Players Must Choose Between SATs, State Playoffs
A group of high school football players in California are being forced to choose between taking their SATs or playing in the state playoffs.
Thursday, November, 30, 2017
Southern Miss. Sued by Athlete with One Kidney
The University of Southern Mississippi is facing a lawsuit after it banned a student-athlete from playing football because he was born with one kidney.
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.