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, January, 06, 2017
    Unconscious Wrestler Revived by Coach and Spectators

    On Wednesday night, Donovan Catholic High School wrestler Brandon Gonzalez was revived by a group of fast-acting coaches, trainers and spectators after collapsing during a tri-match with Lakewood and Toms River North in Lakewood, N.J.


  • Thursday, January, 05, 2017
    Players Sue District for Alleged Anti-Bullying Violation

    In a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday against the Washoe County (Nev.) School District and Galena High School football coach Steve Struzyk and principal Tom Brown, three former players asked for monetary damages to be paid in compensation for economic loss and pain and suffering due to a perceived violation of state law and a district anti-bullying policy.


  • Thursday, January, 05, 2017
    New Projects: New Braunfels Rec | Kentucky Baseball | Razorback Stadium

    Breaking Ground


  • Wednesday, January, 04, 2017
    Turf Industry Asks EPA for Final Decision

    In response to a status report released on Dec. 30 by the Environmental Protection Agency regarding progress made on the Federal Research Action Plan on artificial turf, the Safe Fields Alliance (SFA) and the Synthetic Turf Council (STC) made a joint statement on Tuesday urging the EPA to present their full findings as soon as possible.


  • Tuesday, January, 03, 2017
    Mother Sues Community Center for Wrongful Death

    On Thursday, December 15, Anisoara Frunza filed a personal injury/wrongful death suit against the Des Plaines Parks District on behalf of her daughter, Alexandra Frunza.


  • Wednesday, December, 21, 2016
    Dutch Study Eases Fears Over Shredded Tire Infill

    On Tuesday, the National Institute for Public Health and Environment, a government-run public health organization based in the Netherlands, released the findings of a study conducted on potential health threats posed by playing on artificial turf fields made from recycled rubber crumbs.


  • Tuesday, December, 20, 2016
    Wellness Center Adds Floating Fit Class

    The Center for Health and Wellness in Clinton, N.C., started a new fitness program last week called Hydro Active. The class combines the fun of water fitness with the tried-and-true results of calisthenics, while adding an element of instability which comes from doing those exercises on a floating fitness mat.


  • Monday, December, 19, 2016
    More Men’s Teams Suspended for Online Commentary

    The Princeton men’s swimming and diving team and the men’s soccer team at Washington University in St. Louis have joined the ranks of men’s teams facing suspension after reports were made alleging their participation in public comments and actions of a sexist or racist nature.


  • Friday, December, 16, 2016
    U. of Minnesota FB Team Boycotts Bowl Game

    On Thursday night, University of Minnesota football players came together as a team in support of 10 suspended teammates who are facing a Title IX investigation into an alleged rape.


  • Thursday, December, 15, 2016
    County Officials Revoke Club’s Rights to Field Lights

    Last Thursday, local officials in Harrison County, Miss., sent a message to the constituents of the South Mississippi Soccer Club by turning off the field lights, effectively halting practice and enforcing the value of resource frugality.