USA Basketball: Usa Basketball Staff Bios USA basketball's Executive Committee was unanimous USA basketball's primary mission is affording its athletes, no responsibilities included monitoring general ledger activity and http://www.usabasketball.com/general/staff_bios.html
Extractions: USA Basketball President Tom Jernstedt announced on Dec. 11, 2000 that Jim Tooley, USA Basketball Assistant Executive Director for Men's Programs since March 1993, was selected as USA Basketball's Executive Director effective Jan. 1, 2001. Tooley succeeded Warren S. Brown, who served as Executive Director for over eight years in the position. "USA Basketball's Executive Committee was unanimous in its selection of Jim Tooley as our next Executive Director," said Jernstedt. "Jim possesses over seven years of experience within USA Basketball and the committee believes that his knowledge of the organization and its constituents was vital for a smooth transition and for the organization's continued growth. Also, having overseen USA Basketball men's program, Jim understands that USA Basketball's primary mission is affording its athletes, no matter the level, the support and resources required to be successful in any international competition." Joining the USA Basketball staff in March 1993 as Assistant Executive Director for the Men's Programs, Tooley's responsibilities included overseeing all facets of the men's program. Tooley was accountable for men's team trials, training camps, exhibition games, international competitions, and served as the staff liaison to all men's competition committees.
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2003 Lady Lion Basketball Bios lady lion basketball bios general Was named alldistrict and all-region in soccerwas a member of the Beta Clubwas vice-president of Fellowship of Christian athletes http://www.fhu.edu/athletics/wbasketball/team.asp
2003 Lady Lion Basketball Bios lady lion basketball bios general Was named alldistrict and all-region in soccerwas a member of the Beta Clubwas vice-president of Fellowship of Christian athletes http://www.fhu.edu/athletics/wbasketball/athLLpicts_2002.asp
Extractions: The University of South Carolina men's basketball team has announced center Antoine Tisby and forward Roderick Trice have both signed a national letter of intent to play for the Gamecocks beginning next year. The two round out USC's class of four as USC signed Dwayne Day (Montgomery County HS, Ga.) and Stephen McDowell (IMG Academy/Indianapolis, Ind.) earlier this year. (more)
Faculty Bios primarily for the Womens Fighting Camel basketball team. rehabilitation programsand protocols for Campbell University athletes, general students, faculty http://www.gocamels.com/atpages/facultybios.htm
Extractions: The Camels are members of the Atlantic Sun Conference. This site is maintained by the Campbell University Sports Information Office. Please report any problems to Asst. SID John Sinnett This page was last edited on June 02, 2004 . Campbell University Department of Athletics 89 Pope Street, P.O. Box 10,Buies Creek, North Carolina 27506. Athletics Phone (910) 893-1327, Athletics Fax (910) 893-1330. Rick Baker Program Director, Head Athletic Trainer Rick Baker enters his third year as Head Athletic Trainer for the Campbell University Department of Athletics. Bakers extensive background will ensure the best in prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries for Campbell athletes. A 17-year member of the National Athletic Trainers Association, Baker comes to Buies Creek after handling athletic training and teaching duties at White House High School in White House, Tenn. Aside from overseeing the daily operation of the Campbell athletic training staff, he is the primary athletic trainer for the mens basketball team. Baker is also the Program Director for the athletic training curriculum at Campbell.
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Matt Christopher - Athlete Bios the world how the game of basketball should be baseball player, and the most recognizedathlete in professional Yet to the sports world in general, she was an http://www.mattchristopher.com/books/bios.asp
Extractions: Curt Schilling, star pitcher of the Arizona Diamondbacks, wasn't always considered major league material. Born with the natural ability to throw a screaming fastball, Schilling assumed he could ride his talent to the big leagues. But Schilling soon realized that if he was going to succeed in baseball, he needed to change his attitude. And he did just that. Through hard work on and off the field, Schilling has become one of the most commanding and respected hurlers in the game. Jennifer Capriati was a teen tennis phenom at age fourteen. Then, Capriati began to feel burdened by the pressures of fame, fortune, and the need to win. Three years after her professional debut, she left tennis to try to live the life of a normal teenager. After some very public mistakes, Capriati decided to turn her life around and try to regain her love of the sport. In 1996, she reemerged on the tennis scene. And by the turn of the century she had proven that she still had the skills, talent, and determination to be a superstar.
General Releases - Wayne State Warriors basketball Blues January 12, 2004 basketball Blues At 20 January 26, 2003 -WSU Student-athletes Excel In 17, 2003 - Hall Of Fame Bio - Christ Petrouleas http://wsuathletics.ocsn.com/genrel/wyst-genrel.html
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Extractions: Men's Olympic basketball became an official sport in 1936 at the Berlin Games. The tournament was held outdoor on courts of clay and sand. On the day of the final it rained heavily, turning the courts to mud, which made it difficult to dribble and undoubtedly contributed to the low score of 19-8. In the end, the United States defeated Canada for the gold. In 1989 the Federation Internationale de Basketball Amateur (FIBA) membership voted to allow professionals to join amateurs in the Olympics. Women's basketball made its Olympic debut at the 1976 Games in Montreal, Canada. The Soviet women won the gold medal, and the U.S. women took home the silver medal.
Author Bios Growing up, I did play basketball and other sports just how many truly excellent femaleathletes there are Female sports in generalwhich of course includes http://www.wishpublishing.com/new_page_28.htm
Extractions: Meet Sara Gogol Sara Gogol was born and raised in Chicago but now lives in Portland, Oregon, where she enjoys hiking, bicycling, and sea kayaking in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. She teaches writing, literature, and womens studies at Portland Community College. She has written on a wide variety of subjects, and her published books include Katy StedingPro Basketball Pioneer (Lerner Publications) and Playing in a New LeagueThe Women of the American Basketball Leagues First Season (Masters Press). An Interview with Sara Gogol Why did you write this book? When I wrote my two books about womens professional basketballKaty StedingPro Basketball Pioneer and Playing in a New LeagueThe Women of the American Basketball Leagues First SeasonI began to see how coaches have played important roles in the lives of women athletes. Speaking directly with several current or former college coaches for these books also sparked my interest in the subject, as did my reading of the few other books written by or about women college coaches. The more I learned about the subject of women college coaches, the more I realized just how important these women areas people who have fought for better treatment of female athletes and sports professionals, as key role models for female athletes, as working women fighting hard to succeed within the still male dominated world of sports. Wh at has it been like for you to talk to so many women coaches I talked with over 60 women who either are coaching or have coached at colleges across the country. Speaking with these women was very interesting. Theyre lively people with plenty to say about what its like to coach their sports, to push young women to excel, to listen to their athletes hopes and dreams. The coaches told me many entertaining and sometimes funny stories. As I wrote
Extractions: (Click on the button to link to the download page.) Wrestling Video Clips Periodically during the 2003-04 wrestling season, video clips from Apprentice School wrestling matches will be posted at this location. To view these video clips, several media players can be used, among them Windows Media Player and Real Player. (Note: clips are over 1MB file size) Video clips produced by Jeff Kettler of NGNN Video Department Media Guides The Complete Media Guides have been broken into various sections to aid in access times. Where the file size is rather large, an indication of its size is provided. 2003-04 Academic Year Men's Basketball Pages 1-11 : Athletic history, NNAS overview, NNAS athletic department directory, 2003-04 schedule, coaches' bios
Staff Bios Staff bios. Medicine program, coordinates drug testing for Lamar s studentathletes,and lectures while having the primary sport assignment of men s basketball. http://hal.lamar.edu/~trainers/sb.htm
Extractions: Home What is Training? What's New Staff Bios ... Alumni Staff Bios Dr. Teuscher begins his second year as team physician with the Sports Medicine program. He is an orthopedic surgeon specializing in sports injuries and conditions. Following his career in the U.S. Army, he has been a partner at Beaumont Bone and Joint Institute for the past 10 years. Dr. Thorpe begins his second year of association with the Cardinal Sports Medicine program. An orthopedic surgeon based out of the Beaumont Bone and Joint Institute, he received his medical training at the Baylor College of Sports Medicine. Dr. Merket begins her second year as team physician with the Athletic Training program. She is a family practitioner at Southeast Texas Medical Associates in Beaumont. In addition to attending home athletic events, Dr. Merket makes weekly visits to the training room for general medical care of the Cardinal student-athletes. Joel Smith, D.D.S.