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The NFHS is asking students to share stories of welcoming teammates without hazing.Read More...

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By R.J. Anderson

Weeks after the Big Ten conference decided to guarantee four-year scholarships for its schools' student-athletes, the Pac-12 has voted to do the same, while adding a couple of other enhancements to its student-athlete benefits. The Pac-12's new reform package includes better representation for student-athletes at conference meetings and a guarantee that medical expenses incurred by athletes injured during their college playing days will be covered for up to four years after they leave school.

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By Bob Westerfield and Andrew Corbin


It takes a lot to put aside six years of intense rivalry, but Ohio's Springboro and Franklin High Schools did just that in coming together for a bigger cause: To generate awareness and funding for clean water wells in Swaziland, Africa. As part of the festivities surrounding their Sept. 12 football game, school administrators, students, and members of both communities joined forces to raise $32,000 making a giant impact in the lives of hundreds of Swazi people who will now have clean water.

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The October/November 2014 issue of Athletic Management includes feature articles on:
  • Getting fans to have fun while displaying great sportsmanship
  • Arizona State's new tactics for improving ticket sales
  • Athletic administrators lead proactive review of Title IX compliance
  • Teaching coaches decision-making skills
  • Six new Facilities of Innovation
  • Latest product news for baseball and softball facilities

Gameplan articles discuss:

  • Influential book on "must-read" list for athletic directors
  • Diagramming a plan for balancing the roles of administrator and leader

Our upfront Warmup articles cover:

  • Rules changes on deregulated feeding
  • One athletic director for two schools
  • Indiana alters girls' basketball season to spotlight tournament
  • High school mountain biking takes off
  • Univ. of Wisconsin-Whitewater hits Division III trifecta

And read our Q&A with: Roy Turner, Ashley High School, N.C.


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Parent's Guide to Sports Concussions

The world is starting to understand that a concussion is an extremely serious injury with potential long-term ramifications. But there is still much work to be done when it comes to parents, coaches, athletic trainers, physicians, teachers, and the athletes themselves all being on the same page. We've created this comprehensive guide on sports concussions specifically for athletes' parents.

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