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Extractions: The Archives The Training Room: University of Virginia Department of Sports Medicine Main Facilities (327K, pdf) The University of Virginia Sports Medicine staff is charged with the responsibility for all matters that pertain to the health and welfare of the student athlete. The sports medicine staff is responsible for directing the total health needs of the intercollegiate student athlete. This includes participation, conditioning, protective equipment, nutritional needs, maintenance of safe playing fields and facilities, practice procedures and any other matter that would affect the health or safety of the student-athlete. The Head Athletic Trainer, Ethan Saliba, in conjunction with the Medical Director of Sports Medicine, Frank McCue is responsible for determining the scope of the Athletic Departments medical services. These services include injury prevention and pre-participation physicals, emergency treatment, hospitalizations and surgery, medical referrals, psychological services, rehabilitation programs and eyeglasses and contact lenses. The sports medicine division provides good quality health care with an emphasis on educating the student athlete in maintenance and injury care. There is respect for each student-athlete and a belief that each individual has a right to professional, comprehensive, and humane care that protects his/her dignity, and privacy. There is a shared responsibility between the Athletic Department and the student-athlete. It is important for the student and the students family to understand that participation in athletics presents a high risk for injury. It is expected that all student-athletes take all measures necessary to prevent and minimize injuries to themselves and others.
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Extractions: Team news, coaches, roster, schedule, and stats Jump to Sport Varsity Baseball Basketball M Basketball W Crew W Cross Country Football Soccer M Soccer W Softball Swimming M Swimming W Tennis M Tennis W Volleyball W Wrestling Intramurals Sport Clubs Baseball > Press Release Archive > Coaching Staff > Season Schedule > Summer Camp ... Giving to Athletics Head Coach Office: 310 Stadium Bill Breene is set to begin his fourth season as head coach of the recently resurrected UB baseball program. After almost a 20-year absence, the University at Buffalo reinstated baseball as a varsity sport in November of 1998 and began play as an NCAA Division I independent in 2000. Last season (2002) marked UB's second as a member of the Mid-American Conference, a conference nationally recognized for its rich baseball tradition. The return to coaching for Breene signified a career that has come full circle. He began his career in intercollegiate athletics as an assistant baseball coach at his alma mater, the University of Southern Mississippi, where he was a four-year starter for the Golden Eagles. Breene attended USM as both an undergraduate and graduate student, majoring in Health, Physical Education and Recreation and Athletic Administration and Coaching, respectively. "When Bob Arkeilpane asked me if I would be interested in rebuilding our baseball program, I was thrilled," Breene said. "Having been here (UB) throughout the entire athletic upgrade endeavor, I knew that Bob would give us the support and opportunity to be successful. He's done that by providing us with a budget to compete, allowing us to travel to regions where we can get games in early March, and continuing efforts to renovate Amherst Audubon Field to a level comparable to other MAC schools. In two short years, we have built a great foundation for the future of the program."
Extractions: NCAA President Cedric Dempsey became the NCAA's third executive director January 1, 1994 (his title was changed to president April 22, 1998). As president, Dr. Dempsey oversees a staff of 350 and provides leadership in the governance structure for the more than 1,200 colleges, universities, conferences and affiliated organizations that comprise the Association. Prior to joining the NCAA in 1994, Dr. Dempsey was director of athletics at several universities, including the University of Arizona, the University of Houston, San Diego State University and University of the Pacific(California). Prior to serving in these positions, Dr. Dempsey was assistant director of health, physical education, recreation and athletics; assistant basketball coach and professor at Arizona. Dr. Dempsey was the head basketball, cross-country and tennis coach at Albion College in Albion, Michigan and served in various capacities at the University of Illinois, Champaign. In total, Dr. Dempsey has accumulated more than 40 years of experience in college athletics positions and organizations. Dr. Dempsey has been active in NCAA affairs since 1974 and has served on many of the Association's most influential committees, including the Executive Committee, the Budget Subcommittee (serving as chair), the Division I Men's Basketball Committee (serving as chair), the Division I Women's Basketball Committee; and several special committees such as the Television Negotiations Committee, the Football Television Committee and the Committee on Cost Containment. At the time of his selection as NCAA executive director, he was serving as the Association's secretary-treasurer.
Extractions: Download Free Acrobat Reader EVANSTON, Ill. Head coach Randy Walker and the Northwestern University football program announced today the signing of 21 football recruits to National Letters of Intent. Walker's fourth recruiting class as the Wildcats' head coach again represents another strong national class with multiple signees from California, Florida, Michigan and Texas. In all, the Wildcats signed student-athletes from 12 states. Northwestern signed four student-athletes from California and Michigan, and three from Texas. "Because of our academic prestige and outstanding quality of life, Northwestern is an attractive place for young people," said Walker. "We found that again when recruiting this year's class. We went coast-to-coast-from California to New Jersey and Texas to Wisconsin-and our recruits who visited were impressed with our program and our student-athletes.
Extractions: April 26, 1999 "Yeahhh, Sammmm!" an enthusiastic Mia Mooney screams, as Samm Taylor sprints towards her. The two energetically slap hands and Mooney turns to cheer for the next introduced player. She and her teammates prepare to battle Duke. While this is only one, specific snapshot of Mia Mooney, it is a snapshot that one can see at every game and at every practice. It is an image of a spirited and determined athlete who wants nothing more than to see her teammates succeed. Whether it is pumping up the team, scoring goals, or rushing for a ground ball, Mooney does everything with tireless energy. The fourth year captain is a dynamic leader. "I try to be someone that the team respects and believes in. I want my teammates to be able to come to me and to be someone that they can trust," Mooney said. Her teammates can also trust her to put points on the board. Two goals against Duke in the ACC semifinals and one goal against Maryland in the finals, pushed her to the 100 point plateau. Mooney has 71 career goals and 29 career assists. She is only the 18th player in Virginia lacrosse history to tally 100 points. She currently ranks third on the team in scoring with 18 goals and is also third on the team in assists with seven.
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Extractions: Dietary supplement use is a common practice among athletes. As a former Division I student-athlete, I am aware of the prevalence of supplement use. Word of a new "great" product took little time to get around; it didn't take much more time before most athletes either were taking it or being told they should take it. Claims of increased energy, improved performance, gains in muscle strength and quickened recovery times appeal to this population. Furthermore, the athlete's desire to gain any possible edge over the competition, combined with supplement availability due to the 1994 Dietary Supplement and Health Education Act (DSHEA), fuels a demand for supplements that shows no sign of slowing down. The DSHEA affirms that dietary supplements are to be regulated as food and not drugs, which means the burden of proof is placed on the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to show that a dietary supplement is unsafe before it has to be removed from the marketplace. The act also defines supplements as products intended to supplement the diet and may contain vitamins, minerals, herbs or other botanicals, amino acids, other dietary substances, or combinations or extracts of any of these dietary ingredients.
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Extractions: Now that Tiger Woods has most golfing records, interest in the sport is at an all time high. Boys and girls who yearn to hit the links might enjoy the following books about the sport of golf. For more up to the minute news on Tiger, visit his website www.tigerwoods.com Babe Didriksen: The Greatest All-Sport Athlete of All Time Russell Freedman rarely writes a biography without receiving accolades. His latest is the story of the fourth of seven children born to poor Swedish immigrants, and it seems Babe's life was set up for struggle. During her life she fought poverty, gender stereotyping, the world's confusion at a female athlete whose passion for, and skill at sports crossed boundaries, until she met her final contender-cancer. Freedman does an excellent job of surrounding Babe in historical and personal context so her individualistic and sometimes apparently self-proud persona makes total sense. The book is filled with wonderful photographs, pithy quotations, and the depth of research and understanding for which Freeman is deservedly esteemed. 2000, Clarion, $18.00, Ages 9 up. Reviewer: Susie Wilde
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Extractions: THE DIAMOND EXCHANGE ...Tranaction Analysis with a Fantasy Baseball Perspective by Rob Leibowitz January 20th This past week has seen a flurry of activity, mostly in regards to the arbitration-avoiding signings. Typically, these signings are limited to one-year contracts that have no impact on a players' playing time or on their stats. The only tangible impact is the one on the team's increasing payroll. That said, this week's column will focus primarily on the non-arbitration related signings and of course the three way trade between the White Sox, Yankees, and Expos. The Braves, trying to fill their left-handed relief void, signed
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Extractions: Search mode: "AND" "OR" Click here to find out how to advertise on this page Sports Baseball Baseball Coaches Page, The - with Coach Jeff Brabant Baseball Parent Newsletter - newsletter written exclusively for the parents and coaches of youth baseball players. BatterUp - junior baseball information resource: tournaments, camps, college programs, player statistics database, bulletin board, trivia contest, high school and youth leagues. Competitive Baseball Web - Information database of Youth baseball teams, tournaments, and coach's baseball clinics for youth baseball leagues, Competitive Youth Baseball - hitting and pitching tips and postings from parents and coaches. I Coach Wendy's - Documentary about Little League Baseball in South Bend, Indiana. Jim's Baseball Rules Basketball Great American Shoot Out - international youth basketball tournament. July 29 - August 2, 1998. Texas Shooting Stars Basketball Club, Inc. - nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting highly competitive girls basketball, ages 10-18. We are affiliated with Amateur Athletic Union (AAU). Total D Basketball Team - junior basketball team in the Under 15 Division.
Dispatch - Cardinal & Olympic Gold For information about specific athletes, try the NBC and a video segment about theUSC athlete's trip to BRONZE Jacque Jones baseball; Bjorn Zikarsky - men's http://www.usc.edu/isd/publications/networker/96-97/Sep_Oct_96/dispatch-olympics
Extractions: Last month, 32 USC athletes competed in the 1996 Summer Olympic games, earning a total of 10 medalsseven of which were gold. The sites cover a wide range of information, including in-depth news coverage, event results and athlete bios. NBC's siteperhaps the most comprehensivefeatures a trivia game and an online Olympic accessories store. ESPN's Medal Tracker offers complete listings of medal winners in each event. Viewable by sport, country, medal or athlete, ESPN's site also contains biographies of all U.S. athletes and an almanac of past winners for each event. For information about specific athletes, try the NBC and IBM sites. Both are fully searchable. In NBC's site, a search on swimmer Janet Evans yields pictures, stories and even a video segment about the USC athlete's trip to the games. But hurry, because the clock is ticking. Most of these sites won't be online indefinitely. According to ESPN officials, the sports network's Olympic pages will remain in place only for a short time. Michael Rush GOLD SILVER BRONZE Jacque Jones - baseball Bjorn Zikarsky - men's swimming (400-meter freestyle relay)
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Extractions: Feb. 2, 2000 Coach Ron Vanderlinden Comments on the 2000 Recruiting Class "As with every area of our program, our goal is to continually improve and upgrade Maryland football. The 2000 recruiting class is another illustration of the improvement we continue to make. I am very pleased with the balance in this class and our ability to meet many of the specific personnel needs we had in our program." Quarterback "Obviously we are extremely excited to have someone with Chris Kelley's talent coming to Maryland. Statistically, you can see where he is an accomplished passer as well as an accomplished runner and playmaker. I look for great things from Chris Kelley. Chris expressed to me that he chose Maryland because it is his state university. Chris's goal is to be the quarterback that leads Maryland to an ACC championship. We were not looking to sign a junior college quarterback. One of our assistant coaches, Mike Gundy , had the task of prospecting junior colleges nationwide in search of specific needs. During his search, he uncovered Shaun Hill. As a former quarterback and quarterback coach himself, he thought Shaun was an outstanding prospect. He then transferred the tape to offensive coordinator
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Extractions: Lay flat on back with shoulder blades in contact with floor. Heels are on floor and remain there for duration of set. Now, hook legs (calves) over a support (using partner is most common though I am using a Pavelizer in these photos). You want pressure to be applied on calves so that you must pull down and towards your glutes during the rep. The glutes remain pressed down into floor. Now, deliberately curl body all the way up (you will probably need assistance for a short while). From the top position, slowly descend (3-5 seconds) and lay back before starting next rep. Hands are under chin throughout so not to "yank on head". ***Or, conventional weighted sit-ups
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Extractions: Australian Sports Commission The AIS Information Centre was set up initially in 1982 to provide information services to the Australian Institute of Sport. Following the merger of the Australian Institute of Sport and the Australian Sports Commission in 1987 the name and the focus of the centre changed. The National Sport Information Centre now takes a national leadership role in the provision of sport information. COLLECTION The NSIC collection has been developed to support the diverse functions of the Australian Sports Commission. It holds material relating to the needs of elite sport, coaching and extensive sports science and sports medicine material. It also supports the need of the programs concerned with sports participation and policy development. The collection began in 1982 and does not have a strong historical perspective. The collection has a strong focus on audiovisual material, particulary videotapes, a media used heavily by coaches and athletes. Increasingly emphasis is being put on access to information, rather than collecting as the NSIC relies on the Internet, and other electronic access to material.
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Extractions: September 2002 Upon Further Review Coaching Resume "Irregularities" Force Closer Look, Locals Not Immune By John E. Sacco Relying on the honesty and integrity of a new coach or athletic administrator is not good enough anymore for universities and colleges across the nation. The embarrassment of finding out that a school's new coach or athletic director isn't what he or she said they were can be overwhelming and bewildering. Within days of being hired as Notre Dame's football coach, George O'Leary admitted he had lied on his resume. He never lettered in football at New Hampshire as he claimed, and he did not earn a master's degree from New York University. The former Georgia Tech coach was disgraced, as was the Fighting Irish's process in hiring him. Tyrone Willingham, who is perceived nationally to be an honorable man who ran a clean and quality program at Stanford was brought in to restore order. Had it not happened at Notre Dame, it is unlikely the matter would have received the national attention it did. But it brought the issue of simple clerical errors, half-truths and long-forgotten lies on resumes to light and within weeks inaccuracies were found in biographical information of coaches in Division I football and basketball across the country.