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teams
November 24, 2020

How Strength Coaches Lift Teams to Championship Goals

“Teams are only as strong as its weakest link.” It is one of the most overused cliches in sports despite its accuracy. But what about a team’s strongest link – meaning, their fittest? As the strength and conditioning field has evolved thro...


miaa
November 23, 2020

MIAA Sets Winter Sports Start Date for Dec. 14

The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) announced the start of the winter sports season will be delayed two weeks, but the majority of athletic offerings will be played. According to a report from The Eagle-Tribune, basketbal...


people
November 20, 2020

40 Under 40 Perspective: People Over Performance

I have been fortunate enough to be in the field of athletics for the past seven years. It has created an avenue for me to pursue a full-time career, perform meaningful work, and help impact student-athletes and people regularly. I can honestly say th...


ncaa
November 20, 2020

NCAA DI Athletes Have 90% Graduation Rate

According to recent data released by the NCAA Division I Graduation Sucess Rate, college student-athletes are earning degrees at the highest rate ever recorded. Nine out of every 10 student-athletes who started college in 2013 earned degrees — a...


athletes
November 19, 2020

Iron Sharpens Iron: Calloused Hands, Bloody Knuckles & a Fire in your Heart

As with most of you, I’ve derived a lot of the motivation for my life from family members. In my family, the main source of inspiration was my grandfather, Gabriel. Stern, stubborn, and strong as an ox in many ways, he was a card-carrying advocate ...


aia
November 19, 2020

AIA Director Recommends January Start for Winter Sports

The Arizona Interscholastic Association's (AIA) executive director, David Hines, recommended high school sports competition won't start until January, AZCentral.com reported. The recommendation was sent to the AIA executive board earlier in the we...


ohio
November 18, 2020

Ohio Governor: High Schools Will Proceed ‘So Far’

During a coronavirus briefing earlier this week, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine said he remains open to allowing high school sports to continue for the winter season. Additionally, he added that no action is being taken 'so far' to postpone basketball,...


women
November 18, 2020

The Global Community of Women in High School Sports

“Be brave enough to start conversations that matter.” These are the words I continue to repeat. These are the words I needed to believe. I was a female working in a male-dominated industry. Often I was told I did not belong. Often I was told my ...


mhsaa
November 16, 2020

MHSAA Suspends Fall & Winter Sports for 3 Weeks

The Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) has declared a three-week suspension for its fall and winter sports following the latest epidemic order issued by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, according to WWMT.com.  ...


ivy league
November 13, 2020

Ivy League Cancels Winter Sports, Delays Spring

The Ivy League became the first NCAA Division I conference to officially cancel its winter sports season, according to an ESPN report. In addition to canceling the winter sports season, the Ivy League also announced the postponement of spring spor...