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April 8, 2024

Study: suicide second-leading cause of death for college athletes

University of Washington researchers have shared the findings from a 20-year study on the mental health of college student-athletes. The findings show that suicide is the second-leading cause of death for college-aged student-athletes with the...

April 8, 2024

Univ. of Washington football using coach-to-player communication tech

The University of Washington football team will be relying on technology as well as new additions to boost their on-field performance this fall. The Huskies have already brought on Steve Belichick, former New England Patriots defensive coach and s...

April 8, 2024

OHSAA expands 7-on-7 football opportunities

The Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) has announced that football 7-on-7 competition is now permitted at any time before and after the season, other than the 28-day no-contact period immediately after the season. Previously, 7-on-7 com...

March 25, 2024

Kansas lawmakers put forth bill to protect referees from abuse

Kansas lawmakers are presenting a bill to help combat the ongoing referee shortage brought on by unruly spectators. Should the bill be passed, Kansas will be the 23rd state to put in protections for officials and referees. The bill states that phy...

March 25, 2024

Minnesota boys basketball team refused to play opposing coach who used racial slur

A Minnesota high school boys basketball team refused to play its opponent after the opposing head coach was reinstated from suspension for using a racial slur while speaking to his team. Eden Prairie head coach David Flom was reinstated after a De...

March 25, 2024

Star MHSAA track & field athlete ruled ineligible for season

A Mississippi high school track and field freshman has been ruled ineligible to compete this season, according to the Mississippi High School Athletic Association (MHSAA). Tupelo High School freshman Andrew Brown is regarded as the fastest freshma...

March 13, 2024

Massachusetts player accused of spitting on opponent

A Massachusetts boys basketball player has been accused of spitting in the face of an opponent during the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) Division 3 state semifinal earlier this week. The incident allegedly took place aft...

March 13, 2024

Michigan bill would require public schools to have AEDs

Michigan lawmakers have brought forth a series of bills that would require schools to have automated external defibrillators (AEDs) and an emergency action plan around student-athletes suffering a cardiac event. Earlier this week, the Michigan Hou...

March 13, 2024

Pennsylvania school district proposes $20M in upgrades to athletic facilities

A Pennsylvania school district has brought forth a proposal of approximately $20 million in upgrades to its athletic facilities. The West York Area School District will hold a public meeting for comment. The upgrades in the proposal include a ...

hall of fame
March 12, 2024

NFHS Hall of Fame inductees include Mauer, Spikes

Four outstanding former high school athletes, including Joe Mauer, a three-sport standout at Cretin-Derham Hall High School in St. Paul, Minnesota, before his celebrated career with the Minnesota Twins, highlight the 2024 class of the National Feder...