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Female Kicker Adds Measure of Inclusion at Aurora
Last Updated: 9/16/2010
At Aurora University, the concept of “an inclusive community” applies not only to academics but also to the football team. This year’s Spartans squad includes the first female participant in the team’s history.
Giving Back is a Habit at DePaul
Last Updated: 9/16/2010
When Jean Lenti Ponsetto came home after college graduation and told her parents she wanted to take a job with DePaul athletics that paid her $6,000 a year as opposed to a public school teaching job that would pay $18,000 annually, Frank Lenti wondered where he went wrong.
No Rush for Men to Professional Ranks in Golf
Last Updated: 9/15/2010
The years spent in college often are called the best in life. That’s especially true for aspiring golfers. While men’s professional golf is becoming a more difficult and risky vocation, the college and amateur experience has improved.
Wrestling Gets a Second Chance
Last Updated: 9/14/2010
The number of California high school wrestlers has skyrocketed to over 27,000 and the list of four-year wrestling programs in the state has shrunk to seven.
Oregon RB Suffers Heart Attack After TD Run, Recovers
Last Updated: 9/14/2010
On Friday night, running back Hayward Demison made a heart-stopping run to give Central Catholic (Ore.) High School a 28-24, come-from-behind win over Canby High. The issue, as Demison told NBC's "Today" show Tuesday morning, is that his heart was the one that stopped.
Head Trauma in Basketball On the Rise
Last Updated: 9/14/2010
The growing concern about head trauma injuries in football players has been well documented recently. But a study released this week revealed head trauma also is an issue in a sport many would never suspect: Basketball.
Female Stand-In Helps Michigan Football Team Earn a Win
Last Updated: 9/14/2010
According to the Detroit Free Press, Ashley Flinn was called into surprise duty for the team's second game after the Bulldogs learned their starting kicker, Evan Simpson, was forced to miss the game because of a scheduling conflict with the soccer team, for which Simpson also plays.
Suicide Reveals Signs of a Disease Seen in NFL
Last Updated: 9/14/2010
A brain autopsy of a University of Pennsylvania football player who killed himself in April has revealed the same trauma-induced disease found in more than 20 deceased National Football League players, raising questions of how young football players may be at risk for the disease.
New NCAA Head May Beef Up Enforcement Staff
Last Updated: 9/14/2010
The incoming president of the NCAA intends to keep putting the squeeze on rules-breakers.
Sports à la Carte
Last Updated: 9/14/2010
Division I member institutions are expected to be nationally competitive, to offer broad-based participation opportunities for men and women, and to be as economically self-sufficient as possible.
Long After Knight’s Exit, Wounds Are Still Open
Last Updated: 9/12/2010
Bob Knight may never forgive Indiana for the way he was pushed out.
Groups Competing to Make Cheer NCAA-Recognized Sport
Last Updated: 9/15/2010
A second organization announced plans to create a new sport out of competitive cheerleading in an effort to get competitions recognized by the NCAA.
High School Sports Participation Surpasses 7.6 Million
Last Updated: 9/11/2010
Participation in high school sports increased for the 21st consecutive school year in 2009-10, eclipsing the 7.6 million mark for the first time, according to figures released this week by the National Federation of State High School Associations.
USA Cheer Announces an NCAA Emerging Sport Initiative
Last Updated: 9/9/2010
USA Cheer, the national governing body (NGB) for all forms of cheerleading, has released a new competition sport designed to be considered for NCAA Emerging Sport status.
The Warm-Up Has Come of Age...They're Not Just For Cheerleading Practice Anymore
Last Updated: 9/11/2010
We’re not talking a warm-up routine, we’re talking apparel. For years Warm-ups have been available in sweatshirt fleece, a non flattering fabric, cold nylon and basic polyester from uniform companies, who sell their clothing through mail order catalogs or in some cases have local representatives.
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