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March 20, 2020

Dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic

The horrific COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic crisis, which has engulfed a good portion of the world, is also having a huge impact upon education and, obviously, athletic programs. Schools have closed in many states and this means putting the spri...


March 3, 2020

Multi-use venues: your guide to capturing new audiences

{Sponsored} College sports venues are major investments. Hundreds of millions of dollars are often spent on these projects, and the results are undeniably spectacular. But how can schools use that space to appeal to more than just sports fans and del...


March 2, 2020

Video scoreboards: a game-changer in sports

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ajYm_3ZUSw&feature=youtu.be {Sponsored} Video Scoreboards are a game-changer for any school. Watch the story of Centennial High School, a small school with a big vision – to pay for their board through sponso...


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March 2, 2020

Lessons learned in adding a new sport

[caption id="attachment_28776" align="aligncenter" width="489"] Photo: Bloomsburg University Sports Information[/caption] Bloomsburg University was faced with a serious problem — it had a need to increase sport offerings for the underrepresented w...


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February 20, 2020

The bleacher challenge: Overcoming budget and time constraints

{Sponsored} In the competitive world of sports renovation and design, the space for spectators is just one part. While replacing bleacher seating isn’t a frequent purchase, it is one of the major ones a school administration considers when building...


February 19, 2020

Considerations for raising ticket prices

Finding enough money to effectively operate an athletic program is often a challenge for an athletic administrator. Budgets are commonly bare-boned, and this means that administrators have to look for additional sources for financial support. As one ...


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February 14, 2020

From design to completion: Stony Brook University’s new training facility benefits athletes, visitors and community members

{Sponsored} At first glance, Stony Brook University’s new indoor practice facilities are nothing out of the ordinary. The 80-yard practice field with netting allows the football, lacrosse and soccer teams at the university in Long Island, New York,...


February 13, 2020

Varsity Brands names finalists in 2020 School Spirit Awards

Varsity Brands, the market leader in sport, spirit and achievement, today announced that its signature school pride event, the Varsity Brands School Spirit Awards, has named finalists for its 2020 School Spirit Awards. This marks the event's fifth co...


January 20, 2020

N.C. parent charged after attacking athlete at wrestling tournament

A North Carolina man is facing charges after running on to the mat during a high school wrestling tournament and attacking his son's opponent. The incident happened Saturday in Kannapolis, North Carolina. During one of the matches, Barry Jones rus...


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January 9, 2020

Kentucky bill would increase penalties for referee harassment

Three Kentucky lawmakers introduced a bill Tuesday that would enhance penalties against those who harass or assault sports officials. The proposal, coined the "Good Sport" bill, would amend state law to make assault of a sports official a Class D ...