| June/July 2004 Vol. XVI, No. 4 |
Recruiting: The high school coach's role in preventing abuses
Campus: USOC and NCAA partner to study cuts.
Climbing teams gain popularity.
High School News: Revisting club-school team conflicts.
Sports: A three-for-one offer draws season-ticket buyers.
Event Management: An organization offers help for public-address
Fewer than half of women's teams coached by women.
Finances: A student-managed endowment pays off.
Attendance: Stillman College is a small school that treats its fans
to a big-time football experience. It's been rewarded with record-breaking
By Dr. Donald Staffo
The Mental Game: Coaches know that the most successful athletes
have mastered the mental aspects of sports. But do they know how to
teach them? A
written curriculum can help. By Mitch Lyons
The 'A' Team
No one is feeling
the squeeze of NCAA academic reform more than those in the trenches of
academic support. In this article, we talk to administrators and
counselors who are figuring out how to rise to the challenge.
New AD on the block
If you are one of the many
administrators who will be starting a new job in the fall, be
forewarned: There will be a school full of surprises (both good and
bad) waiting for you. Here's how to prepare.
Progressive Programs Cheer Pressure
Peer pressure is a big motivator
when student fans get out of control. It can also be your greatest
resource for keeping them in control.
StrategiesAM 16.02, February/March 2004
Making the Team
your coaches choose who makes the team? Adding a concrete rating system
can go a long way toward making the process less stressful and more
What's in a Name?
A lot of money, if you know how
to carefully approach the game of selling naming rights.
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AM 12.6, October/November 2000
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