Title IX gives women athletes the right to equal opportunity in sports in educational institutions that receive federal funds. Before Title IX there was fewer than 30,000 women playing collegiate sports. The NCAA has reported there is over 150,000 women as of 2010. It is apparent that passing the laws really benefited woman, even beyond athletics. […]Read more "Title IX: Equal Opportunity In Athletics"
As a high school athlete, if you are the best player on your team, you automatically think you have it all. The most goals or points on the team, the school’s best athlete, and even have the scholarship to the college level. However, after you get that great scholarship to play at the college level, […]Read more "Adjusting To The Next Level"
You have just finished your Collegiate Championship Season; all of those grueling double practices, morning lifts, and late-night cram sessions have finally come to an end. Now it is time to enter your off-season, as you hear the angels singing hallelujah! Instead of being able to practice for 20 hours a week you have slimed […]Read more "Tips On How To Keep Busy During The Off Season!"
As a student athlete, a lot is expected of you. When coming onto campus as a freshman, there’s a lot going through your head. But with the season fast approaching, the only thing you’re really thinking about is, how am I going to prove myself to the coaches, and stand out among the rest of the […]Read more "Springfield College Men’s Lacrosse Team Shows Unity Is one Key To Success!"
As we all know there are 24 hours in a day and 7 days in a week and so on. while the average person gets 8 hours of sleep each night, this leaves an average of 16 hours of time you spend awake. 16 hours seems like a lot until you break down everything you […]Read more "Time Management For Athletes"
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