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Women in the Weight Room

Progress is a continual onward movement, unconcerned with what’s around it or what’s being said — only with advancing forward. And though progress is a never-ending process, it is important to look at what’s been... more »

LSU Names New Director of Sports Medicine

Beau Lowery has been named the new Director of Sports Medicine at LSU, director of athletics Scott Woodward announced on Tuesday. Lowery, who earned his master’s degree in kinesiology from LSU in 2005, has spent... more »

UConn Basketball Names Gavin Roberts Director of Sports Performance

UConn coach Dan Hurley has announced the hiring of Gavin Roberts as the director of sports performance for men's basketball, pending the completion of the university's employee onboarding process. Roberts, 31, has been the head strength and... more »

Ohio Bill Could Expand ATC’s Role in Injury Treatment

An Ohio bill, designed to expand an athletic trainer's ability to render care, received overwhelming support last week. According to a report from WCPO.com, House Bill 176 would allow certified athletic trainers the option to... more »

New UMass Degree Option Provides Another Path for Exercise Science Students

A new UMass Lowell course of study for students interested in pursuing a career in fitness and sports management is already proving to be a popular option. Students enrolled in UMass Lowell’s Zuckerberg College of... more »

Boise State Trainers Navigating Athletes Through Pandemic

On the campus of Boise State University, the school's athletic trainers have had much more on their plates than in previous years. Ever since the return of sports at Boise State, COVID-19 protocols have been... more »

Utah State Names Mental Performance Coach

*This is a press release from the Utah State athletics department.  Riley Jensen, who played football at Utah State during the 1997 and 1998 seasons,... more »

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