| February/March 2005 Vol. XVII, No. 2 |
High School News:
State education boards look to provide more oversight.
Who's best at helping young female student-athletes avoid bad
choices? Other young female student-athletes.
On Campus Purdue asks students to adopt teams.
The NCAA straddles the North-South baseball divide.
Penn State wins inaugural "Excellence" Award.
Changing Trends: Should middle schoolers play on high school teams?
Sports Safety: A helmet just for pole vault debuts.
The University of Hawai'i commisions islands-centric music for its
University of Wisconsin-La
With the vast growth of competitive cheer, there needs to
be vast growth in reducing its risks.
By Dr. Richard P. Borkowski
How can coaches get their athletes to give 100 percent in everything they do? Make it part of the practice plan.
By Mitch Lyons
Your Next Great Coach
successful coaches entails a delicate balance of detective work,
insight, and public relations. In this article, top athletic
directors reveal their philosophies and strategies.
By Laura Smith
From Hands to Head
Athletic trainers have struggled
for years to determine the most accurate way of assessing concussions.
Now there are some answers.
By R.J. Anderson
Leadership Restoring Luster
Every athletic program has its ups
and downs, its glory days and its losing streaks. That's why every
athletic director needs to know how to restore luster to a slumping
By Dan Cardone
Is there a way
to put a stop to Internet message boards? Probably not. But there are
ways to lessen their negative effect on your athletic program.
By Kennny Berkowitz
Policies & Procedures
conduct can serve as a moral compass for your student-athletes. When
was the last time you updated yours?
By David Paling
... In the College Arena
should you consider changing conferences? And how do you find the right
league for your program?
One Student At A Time
Auburn University's CHAMPS/Life Skills program
received a 2004 Program of Excellence award from the Division I-A
Athletic Directors' Association. The program's success stems from its
structure and its focus on collaboration.
By Virgil Starks, Janice
Robinson, and Troy Smith
Question of the
DayAM 16.06, October/November 2004
Should the NCAA alter its three-division structure?
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