Email: Password: Forgot Password?
  Blog Search Options  

Blog Title:

Search Results: 136 - 150  (484 matching records)Page 10 of 33

Cancer Survivor Ready for 2010 Football Season
Last Updated: 8/28/2010
All of us have certain dates we remember as significant moments in our lives. For Adam Cordell, February 24, 2009, is one of those days. It marked the time when he was diagnosed with primary mediastinal germ cancer, which is a rare form of the disease.
Resources Available to Navigate Supplement Field
Last Updated: 8/27/2010
While the dietary supplement industry may look like a minefield to an athletic trainer, several resources are available to help.
Supplements Often Put Athletes at Risk
Last Updated: 8/27/2010
Convincing student-athletes not to take supplements to improve performance is one of the great challenges facing athletics personnel and sports dietitians. So is convincing them that they can achieve the same effects more safely with food, hydration and exercise.
2009 Highlight Film
Last Updated: 8/25/2010
Washington and Jefferson Coach Can Endure Success
Last Updated: 8/24/2010
Washington and Jefferson men’s and women’s water polo coach Greg Jones is looking for a little exercise before the fall semester really kicks into gear. So on August 29, he’s going to swim for two and a half miles, bike 112 more and then run a full marathon.
NCAA Report: Economy Cuts Into Sports
Last Updated: 8/24/2010
Count college sports among the sagging economy's latest victims.
19 Oregon Football Players Suffer Muscle Damage Following Camp
Last Updated: 8/23/2010
School officials, parents and players remained puzzled Sunday over what caused 19 members of a high school football team in northwest Oregon to suffer muscle damage - three of whom required surgery - following a fall camp.
No Hurdle Too High
Last Updated: 8/23/2010
Johnson C. Smith sprinter Shermaine Williams isn’t just quick – she’s a quick study.
Oregon Player Finds Silver Lining
Last Updated: 8/22/2010
Between the lines, Will Tukuafu co-captained the Pacific-10 Conference football champion Oregon Ducks. But he has been a leader beyond those lines as well.
A Balanced Life
Last Updated: 8/25/2010
Listing all of Katie O’Donnell’s field hockey accomplishments would take the entire ASA Newsletter, but what the stats don’t show is that once Maryland’s stick-wielding standout walks off the field, she’s done with the game.
Former Utah Gymnast Keeps Career Path Flexible
Last Updated: 8/22/2010
Kristina Baskett has no idea what she’ll be doing 10 years from now. And the former Utah gymnast wouldn’t have it any other way.
Seeking a Few Good Breaks
Last Updated: 8/22/2010
Ask Washington College (Maryland) lacrosse player Jimmy Kielek what characteristics describe him and he’ll say, “Determined and motivated.”
Biggest Collection of Artificial Playing Surfaces in North America
Last Updated: 8/21/2010
After years of struggling with less-than-adequate playing and practice facilities, West Texas A&M recently finished an important turf battle.
Football is More Than a Game for Campuses
Last Updated: 8/18/2010
It’s August, and for us fans, that means it’s finally time for football season to start.
Student-Athlete Depression: ‘A Feeling of Complete Hopelessness’
Last Updated: 8/23/2010
Samantha Sandland had never thought about being depressed. After all, she had a life-of-the-party personality, often appearing at Salve Regina University sporting events dressed up as the school’s Seahawk mascot. She was also known as a strong-willed soccer student-athlete.
|« First« Prev6789101112131415Next »Last »|

Contact Us | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy
Copyright © 2018 All rights reserved.