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By Melissa Marciano
Sports Performance Group acknowledges this year’s individual and team sport athletes, for their hard work, dedication and continued training efforts to achieve their full athletic potential.
By Student Athletes Human Rights Project
The Student-Athletes Human Rights Project recommended to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) president Dr. Mark Emmert that the governing organization partner with outside agencies when it explores allegations of unethical behavior.
By Education Online Services Corporation
Education Online Services Corporation announces the acquisition of She Can Play.org, a nonprofit corporation with three web properties and blog sites which generate over 600,000 unique visitors per month
By Metro Health Hospital
Metro Health Sports Medicine and Metro Heart & Vascular will offer free student athlete heart screenings Saturday, Sept. 15 from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
By Epoch 5 Public Relations
$5000 in Sports Grants to be Awarded to Student Athletes or Teams with Compelling Community Service Project/Video
By Sam Johnson
This season Coach Corley teamed up with My Goal Mine to help players implement one of the most important things a person can learn: how to live a goal oriented life.
By Hackney Publications
Sports Litigation Alert sums up everything you need to know involving the recruiting process
By Sharon Hill International
Triangle-based Professional Speaker and Business Etiquette Trainer to Provide Student Athletes at Saint Augustine’s College and Winston Salem State University with Tips for a Poised and Professional Persona on and off the Playing Field
By Sharon A. Myers
Almost 100 students across Loudoun County will participate in the Achieving Athletic Excellence Conference on September 25, 2010 in Sterling, VA to learn some basic life skills needed to excel in their sport and with their studies.
By Peggy Kalia
MSG Varsity has announced the addition of Training for Life with Don McPherson to its lineup. New Monthly Show Focuses on Off-Field Issues of Students Lives.