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esports
June 21, 2021

Colleges Adding Women’s eSports Division This Fall

Within the last month, a new esports division was launched that plans to alter the newly competitive gaming landscape in college athletics. The new esports league, *gameHERS Collegiate Division, will provide a "safe, inclusive online community" fo...


equipment
June 16, 2021

Top Equipment To Protect Your Players

Ask around your local football fields what a head coach wants out of their players and the answer will typically resemble the same idea: to get the most out of them. In order to do that, players have to remain upright and healthy. As New England Patr...


technology
June 4, 2021

How Syracuse Uses Technology in Recruiting Process

In the world of competitive athletics, everyone is looking for an edge. For many collegiate programs in 2021, that edge is found in the form of technology. Syracuse University's athletic programs are no different in its approach to finding future ...


thermometer
June 1, 2021

Thermometer of the Future May Make Sporting Events Safer

American scientist and inventor, Dr. Jacob Gitman has received approval on a patent for his Thermometer of the Future, potentially solving the issues around measuring temperatures while social distancing – perfect for all people working in security...


seek
May 13, 2021

See-Worthy: Seek Scan Helping Athletics Return

As the country embarks on a return to normalcy amid the COVID-19 pandemic, how can athletic facilities ensure the health and safety of its staff and spectators? With athletics returning on a wide-spread level and spectator capacity, as well as in-per...


sparta
May 13, 2021

Sparta Science Keeps Players Playing, Coaches Coaching

Nearly half a million student-athletes compete in one of the 24 sanctioned sports by the NCAA — more than ever before. With that ever-growing number comes the bigger need of keeping them in the game. Studies show that per every 10,000 individuals, ...


q-collar
May 11, 2021

Q-Collar Corrals Next Step in Concussion Safety Tech

With all of the increased attention paid to concussions in all sports — particularly at the high school level — and the rate of concussions during gameplay continues to rise.  That’s, at least, according to a November 2019 study published i...


livestreaming
May 10, 2021

Student-Run Livestreaming on the Rise in COVID-19 Era

There was a time when broadcasting high school athletic events was an arduous task — not to mention expensive too. Lugging heavy equipment around, gaffing yards of hard wiring, arriving early, and leaving late just to set up and break down the broa...


brain
April 12, 2021

BU to Study Brain of Former NFL Player Who Killed Himself & 5 People

Boston University, in coordination with the Medical University of South Carolina, to study and analyze the brain of the former NFL player, Phillip Adams, who killed five people and himself last week. Adams spent six seasons in the NFL and the doct...


April 1, 2021

Watch Now: Return to Play Webinar Series

{Sponsored} As we head into another season of uncertainty. Many coaches and sports organizers may face  the challenges of the pandemic for the first time. For them, as well as for all of our sports  community, we’ve compiled our COVID-19 webinar...