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.
  • Monday, January, 15, 2018
    Fresno State Postpones $60M Stadium Renovation

    Fresno State will postpone plans for a $60 million renovation of Bulldog Stadium, proposed by former athletic director Jim Bartko, in favor of undergoing gradual improvements to the site and directing funds to facility upgrades at the Robert E. Duncan Athletic Building.


  • Friday, January, 12, 2018
    UNL Rec Sees Participation Boom with Free Week

    In the first week of the semester — especially in the season of resolutions — the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Campus Recreation Center is experiencing a participation boom.


  • Thursday, January, 11, 2018
    NY Bill Requires Extension of Baseball Netting

    New York Assemblywoman Amy Paulin of Westchester County has introduced a new bill intended to improve fan safety at the state’s large baseball stadiums, the timesunion reports.


  • Wednesday, January, 10, 2018
    Concussed Athlete Files Suit Against Athletic Trainer

    Attorneys for former Belt High School football player Robert Back, who sustained a permanent brain injury during a game in 2014, are requesting that the courts assign legal responsibility for the incident to an athletic trainer employed through the Benefis Health System.


  • Tuesday, January, 09, 2018
    NFHS Executive Director Announces Retirement

    At the National Federation of State High School Associations’ Winter Meeting Jan. 3, Bob Gardner, who has served as the organization’s executive director since 2010, notified the Board of Directors of his plans to retire, effective Aug. 1, CHSAANOW reported.


  • Monday, January, 08, 2018
    Texas Tech Sued over Withholding of Public Records

    A communications firm hired by former Texas Tech football coach Mike Leach to investigate the details of his firing in 2009 has announced its plans to sue the university for withholding public records, according to the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal.


  • Friday, January, 05, 2018
    Engineering Firm Dismissed from UCF Stadium Suit

    Universal Engineering Sciences Inc. and the company’s vice president have been dismissed from a lawsuit seeking damages for alleged design flaws at the University of Central Florida football stadium by an Orange County Circuit judge, according to the Orlando Sentinel.


  • Thursday, January, 04, 2018
    Fan Sues Cubs Over Wrigley Field's ADA Compliance

    20-year-old David Cerda, a long-time Cubs fan who suffers from muscular dystrophy, is suing team owners to provide better wheelchair access at Wrigley Field, according to ESPN.


  • Wednesday, January, 03, 2018
    ‘New Year, Nude You’ at SoHo’s Hanson Fitness

    While many fitness spaces enforce dress codes specifically tailored to minimize skin contact with equipment and gym surfaces, Hanson Fitness of New York is ringing in the new year by launching a new, nude workout class.


  • Tuesday, January, 02, 2018
    MSU Basketball Signee Files Suit Against MHSAA

    Michigan State University basketball recruit Thomas Kithier filed suit on Friday in the Detroit federal court against the Michigan High School Athletic Association, Chippewa Valley Schools and administrators of both organizations after being ruled ineligible to play Dec. 7.