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.
  • Wednesday, March, 28, 2018
    Golden 1 Center Again Closed Due to Protests

    For the second time in as many weeks, entrances to the Sacramento Kings’ Golden 1 Center were blocked by protesters demonstrating against the police shooting of Stephon Clark.

  • Friday, March, 23, 2018
    Sacramento Kings Owner Addresses Fans After Protests

    Thursday’s game between the Sacramento Kings and the Atlanta Hawks was delayed as protesters gathered around the city to protest Sunday’s fatal shooting of 22-year-old, unarmed Stephon Clark.

  • Thursday, March, 22, 2018
    Player Alleges ‘Sexy’ Instagram Posts Led to Dismissal

    Nineteen-year-old former student-athlete Shalom Ifeanyi filed suit Tuesday in the U.S. District Court claiming discrimination and harassment after she was allegedly dismissed from the volleyball team at the University of Cincinnati for posting images to social media that her coach deemed “too sexy.”

  • Friday, March, 16, 2018
    Former Player Says Purdue Nixed His Degree Choice

    In an essay to Boilermakers blog Hammer & Rails earlier this week, former Purdue safety Albert Evans shares details of his college experience trying to juggle football and an education.

  • Monday, March, 05, 2018
    Strava Responds to Controversy with Opt-Out Redesign

    Earlier this year, it was discovered that data gathered and shared by popular fitness apps had the potential to reveal sensitive information regarding the movements of soldiers and the locations of U.S. military bases after the GPS tracking company Strava published a global heat map in November 2017 showing patterns of activity gathered by satellite over a two-year period.

  • Friday, March, 02, 2018
    Military Considers Fitness Waivers for Skilled Recruits

    With the number of eligible military recruits in decline, congress has opened itself to the possibility of increasing the available number of fitness waivers for new enlisters, particularly for candidates with proven skills in other high-demand areas.

  • Friday, February, 23, 2018
    S.C. Coach Sues Missouri AD for Defamation

    In a defamation suit filed Thursday in Richland County, S.C., South Carolina women’s basketball coach Dawn Staley sought damages up to $75,000 from Missouri athletic director Jim Sterk, after comments made last month.

  • Monday, February, 12, 2018
    Gym Addresses Pay Gap with 1/3 Membership Discount

    “In the interest of fairness,” the Gym Lake Orion in Orion Township, Mich., will be charging women only two-thirds of the cost of the membership price for men, according to the Detroit Free Press.

  • Wednesday, February, 07, 2018
    Product Spotlight 2018: Cardio Equipment

    Check out these products as seen in the January|February 2018 issue.

  • Tuesday, January, 30, 2018
    Private Detective to Investigate Former Louisville AD

    In the midst of ongoing settlement talks between the University of Louisville and former athletic director Tom Jurich, legal counsel for the university has hired a private detective agency to investigate allegations made against Jurich.