Courtney Cameron
(courtney@athleticbusiness.com) joined the staff at Athletic Business in September of 2016 as the editorial assistant. She has a bachelor’s in creative writing and French from the University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire, where she worked as a group exercise instructor. She enjoys hiking at Devil’s Lake and reading past bedtime.
  • Friday, December, 15, 2017
    50-Field Sport Complex Approved at Rowan University

    The Rowan University Board of Trustees has given the okay to begin site development plans for a multisport athletic complex on the school’s west campus.

    According to nj.com, Rowan will lease 300 acres of former farmland from West Campus Fields, and is working closely with the organization’s lead partner Elite Development Program.


  • Wednesday, December, 13, 2017
    Pressures of Youth Sports Increase Risk of Injury

    The growing intensity of youth sports at increasingly younger ages brings with it increasingly dangerous health risks, according to an article by highschoolot.com.


  • Tuesday, December, 12, 2017
    Wrongful Death Suit Accuses School of AED Missteps

    The mother of 15-year-old Paul Laurence Dunbar basketball player Star Ifeacho, who collapsed and died during an open-gym session at the school in April, has filed a wrongful death suit against the principal, coaches, athletic trainers and the superintendent.


  • Monday, December, 11, 2017
    Houston Couple Debuts Bootcamp for LGBTQ Community

    Last month, Karen Morgan — full-time volleyball director at St. John’s School in Houston, Texas — debuted the city’s latest community fitness offering, BK Bootcamp.


  • Friday, December, 08, 2017
    SoulCycle Debuts New SoulAnnex Studio Fitness Classes

    For the first time since opening in 2006, SoulCycle will move classes off-bike with the introduction of three new training modules at its newest location in Manhattan’s Flatiron District.


  • Thursday, December, 07, 2017
    CPTA Responds to Athletic Training Bill

    The California Physical Therapy Association has released a statement pointing out potential flaws in Assembly Bill 1510 regarding the regulation of athletic training licensure.


  • Wednesday, December, 06, 2017
    Wisconsin Considers Girls-Only HS Wrestling Division

    Girls have been competing in high school boys wrestling in Wisconsin since the 1970s. Now, due to a marked increase in statewide participation, they may have a shot at their own division.


  • Tuesday, December, 05, 2017
    LA Fitness Location Closed Due to Flooding

    An LA Fitness in Portland, Ore., has been closed indefinitely due to flooding from a burst private water line. The three-story club saw flooding and damages to the street-level lobby, locker rooms and children’s center, as well as to a below-ground cardio fitness space.


  • Monday, December, 04, 2017
    Ineligibility Report Delays High School Playoffs

    The late reporting of an ineligible player by Earle High School has led to a week’s delay in Arkansas’ Class AAA football playoffs, as the school’s forfeited season has thrown off the bracket.


  • Friday, December, 01, 2017
    Athletic Director John Currie Fired from Tennessee

    The University of Tennessee finds themselves with neither a football coach nor an athletic director.

    John Currie has been fired from the school after serving only eight months as AD.

    The action comes after a turbulent week-long search for a new head football coach to replace Butch Jones, fired by Currie on Nov. 12.

    College football insider Brett McMurphy told USA Today that Tennessee officials have been ambushing Currie’s search, saying, “They shoot themselves in the foot, cock the gun & shoot themselves in the other foot.”

    The Vols have been repeatedly turned down by potential hires after fans and community leaders publicly protested Currie’s attempt to hire current Ohio State defensive coordinator Greg Schiano.

    According to USA Today, Currie's contract, which runs through June 30, 2022, details a buyout that would come to $5.5 million. He will not receive the buyout if he is proven to have been fired with cause.