Concussions In Youth Sports Up 500 Percent According To Study — EricaSpeaksss

The concussion issues in sports have been a huge topic for years, especially in the NFL. A new study published by FAIR Health suggests that the issues have continued to become a huge concern across a range of youth sports in the United States for boys and girls. FAIR Health’s study concluded that concussion diagnoses for people under the age […]

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Recruiting Seminar Thanks — You Can Do More!

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Thanks to all who attended and helped at today’s recruiting seminar, Level the Playing Field, held this morning at William Chrisman High School. As I mentioned, most of the information can be found on this site via this link: Recruiting Links A copy of the PowerPoint presentation can be downloaded from this linkL Level the […]

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Should student-athletes be paid? — Global Sports Network

This year’s March Madness tournament has stirred up more than just people’s brackets. The pay-for-play debate has been reignited in the wake of the tournament’s major TV deals and seemingly never ending 63-game schedule. The Numbers According to Wallethub.cm, a small business and financial help website, CBS/Turner Broadcasting paid $10.4 billion to the NCAA for […]

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4 Things They Don’t Tell You About College Athletics — Stefani Shepherd

The world of college athletics is not everything that the crowd sees on game day. Saying it out loud is like wearing a badge of honor: “I was a collegiate athlete.” In the sports world, playing at the college level is one of the highest honors. Yes, there is always the chance of going pro […]

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Marked Absent: When Student-Athletes Miss Class — The Peacock Press

— By Stacey Klempel, Class of 2016 As student athletes patiently sit in class and watch the clock as their professor’s mumble in the background. They wonder if they’re going to have time to eat before their game because they couldn’t miss another class. In the Saint Peter’s University academic policies, it states that all […]

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The Real Life of a College Athlete — Peninsula: Enriching Community through Qualitative Inquiry

Key Terms: Athlete Ethnography Challenges Benefits To: The Captain’s Log From: Connor Martin, Trent Saflin 1115 Country Club, Newport News, VA 23606 connor.martin.13@cnu.edu ­ trent.saflin.13@cnu.edu Subject: The Real Life of a Collegiate Athlete Date:l May 23, 2016 Purpose The purpose of this ethnographic study is to raise awareness and to gather qualitative data on the […]

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