| April/May 2005 Vol. XVII, No. 3 |
Sportsmanship: Ohio implements strict penalties for athlete-fan fights.
Marketing & Promotions: Georgia Tech targets a new fan base.
New Ideas Football in the spring? Softball in the fall?
High school shares gift with college and gets a first-class track to use.
Policies & Procedures Wright State takes the lead in developing pregnant-athlete
Drug Testing Some high schools take on testing for performance-enhancing
Pitcher claims poor weight-room supervision cost
Maryland high school student-athletes help senior citizens with
How do you make sure your coaches follow an ethical
path? Ask them to each write their own coaching philosophy statement.
By Dr. Dennis Docheff
Show 'Em The Books
As academic performance becomes more
important than ever for collegiate student-athletes, athletic directors
and ccoaches need to promote a
different culture in their programs.
By Dr. Kevin Hatcher
Mind Over Matter
concentration, control: The latest trend in winning programs is
mental skills training. Here's how to implement it at any level of
By Laura Smith
A Tall Order
Every high school may dream of
having the next NBA star among its students, but one athletic director
finds out the privilege comes with some tough choices.
A strategic plan is only effective
if its ideas are put into motion. The keys are to get all staff
members involved and have a structure for reviewing progress.
Dr. Elizabeth Alden and Jennifer Hughes
Keeping Score on Overtime
New federal regulations are changing the status of many
assistant coaches regarding overtime pay. Five schools explain how
they are complying.
By Greg Scholand
their child has any athletic talent, most parents are ready to sign
them up for a college scholarship. Hosting an information meeting on
the topic can help families understand the realities of the
By Dr. David Hoch
Guide to Fundraising
Partnering with Parents
Want a booster club that is creative, energetic, and
never issues a complaint? Knowing how to work with parent volunteers
can make all the difference.
By Kenny Berkowitz
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