| August/September 2004 Vol. XVI, No. 5 |
Heart-related deaths in lacrosse prompt concern, ideas for
Campus: Wrestling group loses appeal ... Retaliation case to be heart by the
New projects are aimed at baby boomer alumni.
Rules Changes: Indiana re-examines its rules for special-education students.
Sports: Fantasy sports camps hit campuses.
Kansas University streamlines its athletic board.
High School Sports: Maine's state association gets out of gymnastics.
A team forfeits in protest of how club-team rules are
Goal Setting with
Athletes: Most administrators and coaches recognize the importance
of writing down their goals. But have you ever considered asking your
athletes to do the same?
By Mitch Lyons
Three-Season Plan for Safety: Keeping athletes safe and coaches
free from liability requires a
preseason, in-season, and offseason
By Dr. Richard P. Borkowski
Pride & Passion
one of the most powerful aspects of athletics. But they can also get
out of hand. Athletic directors at all levels are examining how they
promote rivalries -- as well as how to create new ones.
A rash of recent lawsuits
related to overtime pay has left many high schools rethinking who they
will allow to coach their teams this fall.
Promotions Selling Your Sports
The newest ideas in boosting
ticket sales include e-mail marketing, rewarding season ticket holders,
facilitating group sales, and catering to the hometown crowd.
HiringAM 16.04, June/July 2004
The Interview Team
hiring new coaches, the interview process is key. This article
provides advice from 10 different athletic directors on how to upgrade
your interviewing strategies.
From Sweats to Suits
coach is interested in becoming an administrator, what is the
athletic director's role in the process? Here are some concrete ways
to mentor them through the transition.
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AM 13.5, August/Sept. 2001
AM 13.4, June/July 2001
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AM 13.2, February/March 2001
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