RECENT ARTICLES
  • Notre Dame's McGraw Says She'll No Longer Hire Men

    by Paul Steinbach April 2019

    Notre Dame women's basketball coach Muffet McGraw's one-word, two-letter response to a direct question wrote a headline and garnered a reaction from her greatest rival.

  • Ohio State Targets Athletes with Leadership Institute

    by Paul Steinbach March 2019

    The Ohio State University athletic department announced this week details of its new Eugene D. Smith Leadership Institute, designed to enhance student-athletes' professional development.

  • AD Who Used Hitler in Leadership Speech Suspended

    by Paul Steinbach March 2019

    Joe Piro, the highly respected high school athletic director who evoked Adolf Hitler during a speech on leadership, has been suspended.

  • Bradley Coach Owns 'Big Mistake' Regarding Reporter

    by Paul Steinbach March 2019

    Bradley University men's basketball coach Brian Wardle again apologized for denying team access to longtime Peoria Journal Star beat reporter Dave Reynolds. The coach's latest contrition came during a media availability Wednesday on the eve of Bradley's NCAA tournament opener against Michigan State.

  • Prep AD Apologizes for Calling Hitler a 'Good Leader'

    by Paul Steinbach March 2019

    One of New Jersey's most prominent high school athletics administrators has apologized for calling Adolf Hitler a "good leader" during a presentation to student-athletes at another school.

  • 9 Tips for Handling a Career Transition

    by Alex Winnicker February 2019

    At one point in time, when people were prepared for full-time employment, the first job they landed had the potential to be the only job they ever held.

    Ambitious individuals may have bounced around, looking to get ahead but, generally speaking, workers remained employed at the same organization for years and years. They were comfortable, stable, happy to have work — and the organizations were happy to have people to work for them.

  • Workshop Provides New Programming to Towson Rec

    by Jason Scott January 2019

    Campus recreation at Towson University prides itself on being innovative. Burdick Hall, the campus's main recreation facility, houses an "American Ninja Warrior"-inspired course, the first of its kind among collegiate recreation centers.

  • Helping Coaches Discuss and Prevent Sexual Violence

    by Brian O'Connor November 2018

    What if we could stop sexual violence before it happens? You may be surprised to know that recent breakthroughs in research have shown that we can. How we do this may be even more of a surprise, as sports are at the center of the solution.

  • 10 Things to Remember to Bring to AB Show 2018

    by AB Editors October 2018

    AB Show 2018 is right around the corner. You might not be packing your bags for New Orleans just yet, but here are the top ten things you'll need to remember for this year's show. Not signed up yet? You can do that here. The show runs from November 7-10. We hope to see you there!

  • Looking Ahead to AB Show 2018

    by Jason Scott October 2018

    "Elevating Facilities. Enriching Programs. Empowering Leaders." That phrase is at the heart of what Athletic Business strives to do — our mission. Next month, Nov. 7-10, professionals from all corners of the athletics, fitness and recreation industries will unite in New Orleans, La., to bring those values to life at the 37th annual AB Show. Whether you hope to improve yourself as a professional, give your programs a boost or build a facility to be proud of, AB Show is a must-attend event for anyone seeking to get ahead of the competition. Here's what AB Show attendees can look forward to: