Courtney Cameron
( 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.
  • Tuesday, October, 31, 2017
    Study: Group Ex More Beneficial than Working Out Alone

    A recent study published in the Journal of the American Osteopathic Association reveals that exercisers who work out in a group setting showed a significant reduction in physical, emotional and mental stress compared to those who work out alone.

  • Monday, October, 30, 2017
    SUV Collides Head-On with HS Football Team Bus

    Around 1 a.m. Saturday morning, a westbound SUV crossed the median in Hellam Township, Penn., and collided head-on with a school bus carrying 21 Eastern York football players, 3 coaches and an athletic trainer.

  • Friday, October, 27, 2017
    Foundation Demands Cessation of Pre-Game Prayer

    The superintendent of Trussville City Schools has received a letter from the Freedom from Religion Foundation complaining about a pre-game prayer that was broadcast at a recent home football game at Hewitt-Trussville High School.

  • Thursday, October, 26, 2017
    Private College Combines Phys Ed, Patriotism

    In the current, volatile sports environment of protest and debate, a private college in Missouri has no qualms about publicizing its stance on recent issues.

  • Wednesday, October, 25, 2017
    Jurich Refutes Louisville's Claim it Fired 'With Cause'

    In a letter to former Louisville athletic director Tom Jurich dated Oct. 20, the university’s interim president Gregory Postel sought to explain and justify the decision by the board of trustees to fire Jurich two days after the termination of former basketball coach Rick Pitino.

  • Wednesday, October, 25, 2017
    New Projects: Covelli Multi-Sport Arena | Palm Beach Gardens Tennis Center | Mizzou Softball Stadium

    Breaking Ground

  • Tuesday, October, 24, 2017
    Family to Open All-Ages Jungle Gym for Fun and Fitness

    The Bergstroms of Seminole, Fla., are turning a family hobby into a business venture.

  • Monday, October, 23, 2017
    Study: Laws Help Reduce Concussion Repeats

    Over the past 10 years, all 50 states and the District of Columbia have passed new laws governing head injury protocol in youth sports. The majority of those laws include requirements for educating coaches, athletes, trainers and parents about the effects of concussions, removing young athletes from play following a concussion, and being cleared to play by medical personnel.

  • Thursday, October, 19, 2017
    NCAA Teams to Host Charity Games for Hurricane Relief

    In an effort to lend what aid they can to those devastated by hurricane damage in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, college basketball teams around the country have been petitioning the NCAA for special waivers to hold additional pre-season contests for charity.

  • Wednesday, October, 18, 2017
    Pitino Claims Ignorance, Files Suit Against Adidas

    Former head basketball coach Rick Pitino of Louisville has filed suit against Adidas America, Inc., and Adidas North America, Inc., seeking restitution for “damages caused by the company's bribing of recruits,” according to Sports Illustrated.