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The Mental Game of Cheerleading Competitions
Last Updated: 10/6/2010
It’s no secret that many pro athletes and virtually all Olympic athletes use strategies developed by sport psychologists to enhance their performances. As a matter of fact, sport psychologists say that anywhere from 50 – 90% of success in high level sports is attributed to mental factors.
4 Ways to Improve Your Mental Game in Basketball
Last Updated: 10/5/2010
Want to shoot better? Then you might be surprised at how much of your game is mental.
Economy, Title IX Force Tough Choices on Keeping Sports
Last Updated: 10/5/2010
There now are more collegiate rifle teams for women than there are for men. More schools offer women’s equestrian teams than men’s water polo teams. Quinnipiac has seven sports for men and 14 for women. UCLA has a swimming team for women but not for men.
Examining the Seedy Underworld of Grassroots AAU Basketball
Last Updated: 10/6/2010
Demetrius Walker and his coach, Joe Keller, were at the Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) Family Sports Center early in 2003 when a young man Demetrius guessed to be about twenty years old entered the gym.
Officiating LLCs Created to Aid Consistency
Last Updated: 10/5/2010
The NCAA and the Collegiate Commissioners Association have created limited liability companies for men’s and women’s basketball officiating to enhance consistency during regular-season and postseason play.
Commentary: Justification for Athletics Transcends Branding
Last Updated: 10/5/2010
In a USA Today article dated Wednesday, September 22, Steve Berkowitz, Jodi Upton, Michael McCarthy and Jack Gillum write about student fees and how they quietly (and sometimes not so quietly) support college sports.
Cancer is HS Coach's Toughest Opponent Yet
Last Updated: 10/5/2010
One of coach Scott Myers' favorite activities is to play catch with his quarterbacks. The Moore (Okla.) High coach likes to toss the ball back and forth with his signal callers as they discuss the game of football and life. It's something he has enjoyed since he started coaching.
Chinese Hoops Star in San Diego Received $30K in Improper Benefits
Last Updated: 10/5/2010
A high-rising basketball prospect from China playing at a high school in the San Diego area has been declared ineligible for his senior season because he was being financially supported by marketers in China.
A Stark Change of Scenery Re-energizes a Top Recruit
Last Updated: 10/4/2010
In Nurideen Lindsey’s West Philadelphia neighborhood, he walked past the haunting reminders of violence every day. Teddy bears, candles and murals etched into sidewalks marked the sites of young lives lost.
Football Coaches Find Stress and Satisfaction
Last Updated: 10/4/2010
Many football coaches are convinced they could pass right out of this world while the last-second field-goal attempt swerves wide right — or sails directly through the posts. Either way.
Has Football Surpassed Basketball for Supremacy in Indiana?
Last Updated: 10/4/2010
Could it be? "Yes, Indiana high school football has surpassed basketball in our state," said Carmel football coach Kevin Wright after Warren Central's 37-27 victory over his Greyhounds Friday night at Lucas Oil Stadium. "I don't think there's any doubt about that."
Without Hesitation, Coach Trains for War
Last Updated: 9/28/2010
At Maritime College in the Bronx, Coach Clayton Kendrick-Holmes has tried to build a football program around the military ideals of accountability, responsibility and character.
California to Cut Five Varsity Sports, Including Baseball
Last Updated: 9/28/2010
The University of California announced Tuesday it will drop five varsity sports, including baseball, after this school year as part of an effort to substantially reduce the university's subsidization of its athletics program.
Girls Help Alaska Football Team Make Playoff
Last Updated: 9/28/2010
When football practice started at Anchorage (Alaska) Service High a couple months ago, Meghan Dotten and Taylor Bomar showed up at an adjacent field and started kicking a soccer ball around.
Female Cornerback Breaks Florida 6A Football Glass Ceiling
Last Updated: 9/28/2010
She didn't make a tackle, or even break up a pass. Still, Northwestern (Fla.) High School's Jaline DeJesus made history in the Miami school's 38-12 victory over Hialeah Miami Lakes on Thursday night, becoming the first girl to play in a game for one of the top-ranked teams in Florida's highest division, 6A.
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