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61. : The Official Web Site Of Louisville Athletics
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HEADLINES Cardinal Football Games to Kick Off at 3 p.m. Cardinal Football Helmets to be Sold to Public Football Practice Schedule Changed
Cardinal Football Announces 2000 Recruiting Class Class includes 22 who have signed letters-of-intent to continue education and play football for Louisville. February 2, 2000 LOUISVILLE, Ky. - University of Louisville head football coach John L. Smith announced this afternoon the following 22 student-athletes have signed National Letters of Intent to continue their educations and play football for the Cardinals. This year's class is made up of 18 true freshmen-to-be and four junior college additions. This signing class joins three mid-year transfers Bobby Leffew of Boyle County (Ky.) High School, Michael Bowers of Butler (Kan.) Junior College and Robert Redd of Bowling Green (OH) State University already enrolled at U of L as newcomers to the Cardinals. "I'm very proud of our staff and the work they've done over the past year recruiting these young men," said head coach John L. Smith

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multisite summer camp programs featuring specific and extensive She was a competitiveathlete for 10 years. 21, 1992, the same year baseball America honored

63. University At Buffalo - Football Press Release - Go Bulls!
Jump to Sport. Roster Player bios. Although specific terms were not disclosed, thedeal is for two
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Craig Guest Signs With Jets
BUFFALO, NY - University at Buffalo inside linebacker Craig Guest, a native of North Haven, CT, has reached a free agent agreement with the New York Jets. Although specific terms were not disclosed, the deal is for two years with playing incentives included. Guest will participate in the Jets, mini-camp this weekend and becomes the second UB player to hook on with an NFL team in the past three days. On Sunday, offensive tackle Edward Ellis became the first UB player ever selected in an NFL draft when the New England Patriots made him their fourth-round pick. Guest is the school's all-time leading tackler and became the first UB player to record 100 or more tackles in three straight seasons (1994-96). He had 136 tackles last season and holds the school record for tackles in a game (29 versus Maine), season (161 in 1995) and career (446). "Craig has been a very productive college linebacker who has size and speed but most importantly toughness, said Todd Haley, a New York Jets scout who worked Guest out in Buffalo. "He's a big hitter. We're looking for help on special teams and linebackers so we,re trying to get tough, fast guys in here. When the draft ends and a guy like that is still available it's a bonus. Haley said Guest had an excellent workout and impressed the Jets when they saw him play at Hofstra, a game attended by John Griffin, the Jets, Coordinator of College Scouting. "He had a big game against Hofstra which is right across the street from us, said Haley. "When you work out a guy who you like on film you want to make sure he has the quickness to play at this level and Craig does.

64. Athletic Training Network /////
Sportsspecific Clinics Faculty served as the manager for an athletes in Action baseballteam. Sullivan Award in 1995 as the outstanding amateur athlete in the
About Us: Faculty About Us Mission / Vision Board of Directors Faculty Bios ... Executive Team Sports-Specific Clinics Faculty COACH ANDY BRANDI • • • Evert Coaching Academy
Andy Brandi is currently the Director of Player Development for the Evert Coaching Academy. He served as Head Coach of the Florida Women’s Tennis Team for the past 17 years and owns the highest winning percentage in Division I collegiate tennis with a career record of 411 wins and 37 losses. Brandi ranks sixth all-time in wins in NCAA history and led the Gators to the No. 1 ranking on 27 occasions. His career overflows with individual achievements including: United States Professional Tennis Registry Coach-of-the-Year award 1996-98, the Wilson/ITA Coach-of-the-Year award 1989 and 1996, and the 1998 USPTA Coach-of-the-Year.
ANDY LOPEZ • • • University of Arizona Baseball Coach
A 1975 graduate of UCLA, Lopez was the team captain and starting shortstop for the Bruins that year. He was drafted in the ninth round by the Detroit Tigers and inducted into UCLA's baseball Hall of Fame in 1994. Lopez is involved in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and has twice served as the manager for an Athletes in Action baseball team.

65. Huskers Illustrated
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66. Huskers Illustrated
Missouri athlete favors nearby colleges, Mar 18, Premium commitment, Mar 11, PremiumBaseball, Derek Martin. Sitespecific editorial/photos Copyright (C) 2003
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67. Indiana Athletics - Fan & Booster News
The Studentathlete Newsletter is published on-line to let NCAA and Big Ten websitesregarding specific rules and
Choose a Sport... - - - - MEN'S - - - - Baseball Basketball Cross Country Football Golf Soccer Tennis Wrestling - - - - WOMEN'S - - - - Basketball Cross Country Field Hockey Golf Rowing Soccer Softball Tennis Volleyball Water Polo
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IU Promotes NCAA Compliance Through a Comprehensive Website

During May and June, the Compliance Office and the IU Athletics Webmaster made a concerted effort to get many of the NCAA rules regarding recruiting, extra benefits, boosters, gambling and agents online at the Indiana Athletics website. The information is easily accessible and searchable: if you type "compliance" plus a keyword into the search box on the main page you will hopefully find the rules and any interpretations on whatever topic you are researching. The NCAA principle on rules compliance provides that members of Indiana University's staff, student-athletes, and other individuals and groups representing Indiana's athletics interests shall comply with the applicable NCAA rules, and that Indiana University is responsible for such compliance. This website is one of many resources that we hope our constituents use to ensure that their actions are within the intent of the rules. The rest of this article will provide information on each of the links on

68. MCLS Reference Center Webliographies
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69. NewsChannel 8 SportsZone - Basketball Star LeBron James Ruled Ineligible
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... Lebron James Cleared in Hummer Inquiry Cleveland (AP) - LeBron James was ruled ineligible to play for the rest of the season because he accepted free sports jerseys, bringing a sudden end to the basketball star's celebrated high school career.
The decision Friday by Ohio High School Athletic Association commissioner Clair Muscaro came four days after James, a senior at Akron's St. Vincent-St. Mary, was cleared for accepting a $50,000 sports utility vehicle from his mother.
Last Saturday, James was given two retro sports jerseys - valued at $845 - for free from a clothing store, the OHSAA said. The trendy jerseys were replicas of those worn by former Chicago Bears running back Gale Sayers and Washington Bullets center Wes Unseld.
Muscaro's ruling means St. Vincent-St. Mary, must forfeit Sunday's win over Akron Buchtel, dropping its record to 13-1. The Fighting Irish, ranked No. 1 by USA Today, have five games left in the season, plus state playoff games. James can appeal the decision in writing. Gloria James said through attorney Fred Nance that the family was "deeply disappointed" with the ruling and was evaluating its options.

70. PEACE PARTY - Author's Forum
Smashing People The Honor of Being an athlete (10/31/01). To be specific Unlikebaseball and its presspass-carrying bad poets society, football has never
Home Contents Photos Reviews ... FAQ Smashing People: The "Honor" of Being an Athlete
Atheletes on sports teams with Indian names and mascots often say they're "honoring" Native people. Any basic posting on mascots will tell you Indians don't accept, appreciate, or want the so-called honor. Let's turn the question around and see why. Should Native people feel honored by the association with athletes? What athletic attributes are Indians supposed to embrace? From an LA Times report on a Southern California high school football team, 10/26/01: The game program contains 28 mini-bios of Lakewood Mayfair High players. One question asked of all was, "What do you enjoy most about football?" Eleven answered, in some form, "Hitting." Ibrahim Atalla said, "The violence and when we score." Danny Baker said, "Smashing people." Jonathan Mercado said, "The feeling you get when you just flat-back someone." And Kenneth Sutton II said, "Hitting, hitting and more hitting." Fred Hayes Jr., a former Mayfair player who is a chiropractor and oversees the team's medical needs, said parents, players and coaches all need to be more vigilant about responding to players' head injuries, no matter how minor they might seem. "I think parents don't realize the impact of those ... they are brain injuries," Hayes said. "It's not just, 'My kid got his bell rung.' No, your kid got his brain impacted against the inside of his skull."

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72. USA Swimming Sub Page -media Services
Your Questions This week's Ask the Superstar athlete is Olympian I try to think aboutspecific parts of my around 910 I played lacrosse, baseball, soccer and

73. UASports
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74. Web  Quest Olympics
Thorpe was one of the finest Olympic men athlete's. crews could be assigned specifictime portals and noncompetitive situations (eg, baseball, choreographing a
Menu Introduction Task Process Resources ... Rubrics Teacher Notes Fulfilling the Olympic Dream Introduction A view of ancient Olympia, Greece Return to top of page Task Your Production Crew will consist of three people. Senior Reporter "Ned or Nadine Newsworthy." Your job is to organize the work details for your crew. You must keep the crewmembers on task and help gather the needed information to help you get from one time portal to the next. Cub Reporter " Rhonda or Roy Writesalot." You enjoy finding little know facts about the Olympic games. You specialize in women’s sports. Photographer "Cam or Cami Shutterbug." You will keep a visual record or your time travel. You will file and organize artifacts, fine art, and photographs of the various Olympics games. Return to top of page Process You have been time warped through a portal into ancient Greece. You must jump through a series of time portals in order to reach the 21st century. You will be asked questions about each time period, for which you must find answers.

75. D/P/S-Placemakers
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extraordinary work Dale Dekker , AIA, AICP, ASID
"I started out running blueprints and being the janitor," laughs Dale Dekker, the man who put the "Dekker" in Dekker/Perich/Sabatini. "My dad had a small architectural/engineering firm with two or three employees. Our dog, Lobo, was the secretary." If ever there was a face of contentment, Dale's is it. Although his primary duty is building the business, a challenge he finds very satisfying, he's still involved in design issues. "It's hard not to poke your nose into a project, especially at the beginning," he admits. Building relationships is important to Dale, both as a philosophy of life and as good business sense. "I try to treat people the way I would like to be treated. Expanding the business depends on good people doing good work." When it comes to the community, the firm works hard to sustain its strong relationship through participation in a broad range of projects and events. "I grew up in this business. I was brought up to believe that architecture is a noble profession," says Dale. "We're meant to be team members in the community." Dale is especially fond of the firm's education projects, such as Double Eagle and Petroglyph Elementary Schools in Albuquerque. "When you design a school, you have to try to think like a kid to create exciting, fun, colorful spaces," he says. This was accomplished through dramatic entryways that feature high ceilings with clerestory windows, materials that employ a full palette of colors and thoughtful touches that evoke each school's identity: animal footprints for Double Eagle and, of course, petroglyphs for Petroglyph.

76. Official Athletic Site Of The University Of Oklahoma Sooners
from 545am to 10pm, working similar to that of an elite level athlete. In this weeklyedition we have featured the bios of the previously mentioned Sooners.

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78. School Of Recreation And Sport Sciences Information 1999-2000
Sport 3 PESS 408 The Black athlete and American Basketball Officiating 3 PESS 341Baseball Officiating 3 P REC 471* specific Program Planning and Evaluation 3
Recreation and Sports Sciences
The School of Recreation and Sport Sciences is located in the RTEC building until renovations to Grover Hall are complete at which time it will return to Grover Hall.
Keith D. Ernce, Director
Physical education and sport sciences programs have been designed to promote basic knowledge in human movement, to provide contemporary professional curricula, and to offer diverse activity programs that provide for the development of motor skills and physical fitness for all students. The Recreation Studies curriculum is designed to provide students with a comprehensive program that includes both basic and practical knowledge in the field of recreation. Both major and minor curricula are offered. For information about the program, go to our Web site at Note: Most courses offered through the School of Recreation and Sport Sciences can be retaken up to two times (i.e., one initial registration and two retakes). Variable-credit courses usually cannot be retaken (i.e., with the initial grade being removed), but can be repeated for credit to count toward your degree. While no limit has been set for repeats of PED courses, individual majors, schools, departments, and colleges may limit the number of such hours that can count toward graduation.
Athletic Training
Selected admission to the major is gained through an on-campus interview and the completion of curriculum application materials, in addition to the regular university application materials, before February 1. For information on how to apply, contact the Athletic Training Education Office, School of Recreation and Sport Sciences, Ohio University, Athens OH 45701-0689, or phone 740-593-4649.

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There will be specific event winners and an overall series Champion. rock climbingfor the blind and visually impaired, inline skating, and baseball camps for
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Select from the months below for scheduled events. New events are posted before each winter and summer season. January February March April ... Ongoing Events/Programs Continuous Events/Programs April-September Adaptive Cycling Experience by Adaptive Adventures
Clinics and Demos offered to individuals and groups, public and private organizations. Expertise and equipment provided Free of charge. Current locations include: CO, IL, NV, SD, and WI
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We will meet every Saturday (weather permitting) morning at 10:00 AM on beautiful West River Drive in Philadelphia to teach handcyling. We use Freedom Ryder, Top End and Lightning Cycles. Our experienced riders usually ride a 9 mile loop along the Schuylkill River.
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