Make the Grade as a Student Athlete

Make the Grade as a Student Athlete

Student athletes like you work hard and play hard. There are times it seems you don’t have enough hours in a day to go to class, practice, eat, work, attend meetings, and still have time for homework, sleep and a social life. When you’re working to do your best on the...
January Roundup: Current Topics Affecting Game Officials and Athletes

January Roundup: Current Topics Affecting Game Officials and Athletes

We’re a month into 2018, and a lot has happened in the world of sports. Here are some of the stories we thought our readers would love. Click on any link to learn more. Roger Goodell admits he’s “concerned” about the catch rule, hopes to change it Not a fan of the NFL...
The Ins and Outs of Being an Athletic Director

The Ins and Outs of Being an Athletic Director

The athletic director is in charge of a school’s athletic department and everyone in it. Student-athletes and coaches take on dual roles in the athletic and academic programs of the school, and the athletic director also takes on many roles to keep everything running...
The Importance of a Conference Assigner

The Importance of a Conference Assigner

On the surface, the job of an assigner can seem fairly easy. You’re given dates, names, and schedules, and you have to assign people accordingly, right? However, it’s nowhere near that easy: assigners have to worry about missing games, making mistakes, and being...
Six Essential Traits of an Athletic Director

Six Essential Traits of an Athletic Director

Athletic directors have complex jobs no matter what level of program they run. They have to be able to wear many hats, be ready to adapt, and develop and strengthen a program to ensure both its success and the success of the student-athletes involved. Every athletic...