Links Of The Week Archive and community features, including chats with athletes, sports writers here is on youthbasketball, coaching, and a great place to find specific information that http://www.computeruser.com/resources/links/archive/sportrevws.html
Extractions: Ray Bethell from Vancouver, Canada, champion multiple-kite flyer, has flown his three-kite aerial displays for millions of people all over the world. The website has information about Ray's world records and competition standings, and often humorous stories of his world adventures. Here Ray reviews his favorite kites, and offers information and safety tips for those starting out in sport kiting. Visitors can also find out more about the sport kite community, kite teams, kite pioneers, and events and competitions around the world. http://www.raybethell.com
UHND.com - Notre Dame Football/Basketball and eight rebounds as junior starter in basketball . . received National FootballFoundation ScholarAthlete award from was recruited for a specific reason and http://www.uhnd.com/team/98fresh.shtml
Extractions: Basketball Items BBall Mainpage Articles Schedule Roster Depth Chart Big East Standings AP Top 25 ESPN/Coaches Poll Message Boards Football Board Basketball Board Open Forum Player Support Board ... Chat Room History All Americans All Time Opponents Archived Seasons Award Winners ... Heisman Winners Site Tools Site Search Football Board Search Ticket Board Search Contacts ... Advertise Bios for National Letter of Intent Signees (from the official site) Arnaz Battle (QB, 6-1, 196, Shreveport, La., Byrd High School) Parade prep All-American rated 39th best player nationally by The Sporting News and 52nd best player by Chicago Sun-Times rated one of top 100 players nationally by Dallas Morning News named to Super Southern 100 by Atlanta Journal-Constitution USA Today honorable mention All-America pick led Byrd to '97 state playoff berth despite playing on injured ankle late in the season helped Byrd to 9-2 mark by completing 34 of 76 passes for 527 yards and five touchdowns, while rushing 107 times for 677 yards and 11 TDs in '97 Shreveport MVP, all-district and honorable mention all-state as junior
Biographies -- Sport South Bibliography A fine tribute to a fine athlete. Locke which provides insight into American intercollegiatebasketball. recruiting practices used to acquire specific players. http://www.ibiblio.org/sostudies/sportsouth/biblio/bios.htm
Extractions: Bob Hurley , Sr. takes the reader back to the 1992 East Regional Semifinal where his sons Bobby and Danny squared off for Duke and Seton Hall respectively. What follows is an autobiography of how Hurley built tiny St. Anthony's High into a college recruiter's feeding ground. New York: Kensington Publishing, 1993. ISBN 0-8217-4391-0
Kesher Talk which may be most appropriate for specific sins and Israeli flags in the stands duringbasketball games. participated in any memorial for the slain athletes. http://www.hfienberg.com/kesher/2002_09_01_kesher_archive.html
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Extractions: With basketball season upon us, this student created ThinkQuest Junior site will help students learn about one of the most popular and exciting sports in America. It offers a brief history of the game, a description of how to play, playing fundamentals, and a basketball trivia game. Game Central Station This is a past project that has started up again. Kids N Fitness is a telecollaborative online project that focuses on health and exercise through two online activities: Create an Athlete and Co-nexercise. In the Create an Athlete activity, students learn about what it takes to be an Olympic athlete and then create a fictitious athlete to compete in the Co-nect Olympics the project started Feb.15. In Co-nexercise, classrooms across the country compete to see who can exercise the most during the week of May 1 - 8. Students submit their data online and watch as the real-time results roll in and get updated on the world map.
Extractions: 08:26 PM CDT on Thursday, September 25, 2003 By STEVE DAVIS / The Dallas Morning News Herring's mother had previously said the 6-4 sophomore guard would not attend Baylor this year. But he began attending classes earlier this month and joined Baylor's off-season workout program Monday. New Baylor coach Scott Drew said Thursday that the NCAA had cleared Herring, who is attending school on a basketball scholarship this year. Herring was not immediately available for comment. A university investigative committee has said it found evidence that former coach Dave Bliss arranged illicit tuition payments to slain player Patrick Dennehy and another player and then tried to cover it up. The committee has not identified the other player. Herring's former high school coach, Jim Palano of Buffalo, told
Extractions: Crystal Powers Crystal has been active in managing and developing dynamic fitness programs for Sea World Corporate Wellness Center and many large health club chains. She has been an Instructor of Physical Fitness for Southwestern College in Chula Vista and also instructed P.E. and Nutrition at Northern Marianas College overseas in Micronesia. She also works with La Costa Canyon High schools Girl's Basketball team as the Strength and Conditioning Coach. Using her knowledge of nutrition combined with her "real strength for real life" know how, Crystal is a Motivator who loves to help people look and feel better about themselves.
Extractions: CONNIE TEABERRY-LINDSEY Born August 15, 1970 in St. Louis, Mo 5-10.5/1.79m 140lbs./63kg Lutheran North HS, St. Louis, Mo '88 Kansas State '92 PR (outdoor): HJ 6-4.75/1.95m '96 PR (indoor): HJ 6-2.25/1.89m '92 Major Meets: 1989 =11)NCAA Indoor =9)NCAA 2)USA Junior 1990 =6)NCAA Indoor 4)NCAA 1991 8)NCAA Indoor 7)NCAA 1992 4)NCAA Indoor 5)NCAA =10)Olympic Trials 1993 =4)USA Indoor 2)USA =18q)World Championships 1994 =4)USA 1995 =7)USA Indoor 3)USA =31q)World Championships 1996 7)USA Indoor 2)Olympic Trials =15q)Olympic Games Turning points: Connie Teaberry-Lindsey's came in her senior year at Kansas State. Long troubled by knee problems, she grew frustrated with her inability to train hard. "Mentally, I was shot," she remembers. "Every time I worked hard and put something toward it, something happened. I got hurt and injured. I was in a knee brace." At the Big 8 Conference indoor meet in Lawrence, Kansas, she decided the time had come. Still lacking a qualifier for the NCAA Indoor, she took off the knee brace. "I just decided on my own I wasn't going to wear it," she says. She won the high jump competition, leaping 6-2.75, to fly to the top of the collegiate list that winter. "That's really memorable to me." Not much matched that moment for Teaberry-Lindsey until she made the Olympic team last summer. At the Trials, she first tied her old best of 6-3.5. If she stopped there, she would go home in fourth place. Officials raised the bar to 6-4.75. She missed twice, as did Karol Jenkins, her friend and adversary for the last team spot. On the third and last attempt, Jenkins missed, but she cleared.
KSL News: New Exercises Preventing ACL Tears has started a unique new exercise program for women s teams playing soccer, basketballand volleyball So these athletes are doing specific jumping maneuvers http://tv.ksl.com/index.php?nid=46&sid=87452
Rob's Horn Recruit Corner -- 2002 Longhorn Commits 215 pounds by condidition and speedspecific training work for just one year (concentratedon basketball before that mix of a blazing fast athlete with excellent http://hornfans.com/recruiting/rpongett/2002/02commit.html
Extractions: TEXAS LONGHORNS 2002 RECRUITING CLASS COMMITS (Last Updated 2/20/01; Go to Main Page Horn Commits Next to each recruits name in parentheses is the recruit's Rivals star and national rankings at their position. To the right of each commit's description are the schools from which the commit reportedly received offers. "Very early commit" means that the recruit committed in June or earlier (these commits usually won't have had time to collect as many offers as others). Justin Blalock (5-1)- 6'4", 325, 5.0, OG - Fla Mich OU Mia FSU Neb OH St UCLA
Spotlight Sport - Baseball NBCOlympics.com explains a bunch of baseballspecific terms and rules, often All AboutAthletes Check out USA Baseball s site for bios on the coming Olympians. http://www.wyoming.edgate.org/summergames/inactive/spotlight_sport/baseball.html
Extractions: Often referred to as America's national pastime, baseball made its debut as an official Olympic sport on July 26, 1992, in Barcelona, Spain. Before 1992, baseball had often been seen in various exhibition and demonstration games throughout modern Olympic history. In time, baseball became so popular that it was scheduled to become an official sport at the 1940 Olympic Games in Japan. However, due to World War II, the Games were canceled and baseball was overlooked as an official Olympic sport for the next 52 years. The Olympic Committee formally decided baseball would be an official sport in 1992.
Transfer Course Equivalencies--Concordia University Equivalencies are datespecific and dependent upon when the course was taken. HHP116, basketball, TEAM***@, 0.5, HHP 117, Soccer, TEAM***@, 0.5, Care Athlete Injury. http://www.unl.edu/nuhusker/tequiv/tequiv-concordia.html
Extractions: HSCR; course is high school or remedial level; hours and course do not transfer Contact your NU college to determine whether a course will be applicable to your intended major. While every effort is made to keep this list up to date, courses may be added or deleted at any time. Courses not listed may also be transferable and degree applicable. Equivalencies are date-specific and dependent upon when the course was taken. Equivalencies no longer in effect are not included in the list, but will be included in NU's evaluation of transfer credit if taken during the period the equivalency was in effect. In some cases, two or more transfer courses may be needed to achieve the equivalent of a UNL course. For an official evaluation of transfer credits, students are encouraged to apply for admission to NU, and submit complete high school and post-secondary transcripts. Begin your search for courses by selecting one of Concordia University's subject abbreviations:
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.
WJLA - Report: BALCO Gave Track Stars Steroids A lawyer for Conte told the Chronicle that the lab owner denied ever providing informationto federal agents about any specific athletes receiving steroids. http://www.wjla.com/headlines/0404/142092.html
Extractions: Ripken Called Steroids 'Black Cloud' ... Wheldon Gives Honda IRL Win on Home Track SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A nutritionist charged with distributing illegal drugs to pro athletes told federal agents he gave steroids to track stars Marion Jones and Tim Montgomery in exchange for endorsements, a newspaper reported Saturday night. The story on the San Francisco Chronicle's Web site, quoting sources who requested anonymity, said Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative founder Victor Conte told the federal investigators that Jones and Montgomery received the performance-enhancing substances in exchange for endorsements of his nutritional supplement.
Extractions: wjla.com web by Weather Sports Scoreboard Baseball ... Home Page Injured on the job or in the line of duty. Received misdiagnosis or improper care for medical condition. Creditors are demanding payments I cant make. Need assistance with a Visa, or Green Card. ... Wrongfully terminated or sexually harassed in the workplace. Legal Sparring Expected in BALCO Case UPDATED Friday April 30, 2004 12:19pm Should more pro athletes join the military? Yes No
KION 46 SPORTS how we have improved and enhanced the Missouri basketball program. The NCAA confidentialityrequirements and are unable to comment on specific allegations at http://www.kiontv.com/sports/ncaa/story.aspx?content_id=4F330059-BAFD-4993-99AA-
Barbara's Sports Page to see salaries for specific players, plus ESPNET SportsZone hockey, football, basketball,baseball listings, news, rules, results, athlete profiles, rankings http://www.gate.net/~barbara/sports.htm
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2000-01 Kansas Basketball Recruiting and assistant Neil Dougherty took a specific trip to recognizes the nation s tophigh school basketball senior who values of being a studentathlete in both http://www.rockchalk.com/recruiting/mbb/00kurcrt.html
Extractions: For the recruiting class of 1999-2000 use this link - It appears that this years class is complete as the remaining two names that KU appeared to have any interest in are headed else where. There have not been a lot of names surfacing for next year but then KU really keeps it close to the chest on prospects. The summer camps will reveal a host of names to follow going into the fall with. Emeka Okafor has eliminated T-Tech while it appears that KU's interest has cooled. Apparently KU coaches have looked at Chris Charles , Seton Hall commitment but unclear whether they are actually serious. Wayne Simien's shoulder surgery went very well and he should be ready for fall. - Link to a great article on Michael Lee in Northwest All-star game in his bio. Aaron Miles was named the McDonald's All-American Player of the Year. Congrats to Aaron! - Apparently KU isn't done recruiting for this year. Under the 8/5 rule, they can sign 5 this year leaving 3 scholarships for next year. With one promised to Jeff Hawkins , that would leave two next year. So who is KU still interested in for this year's recruiting class? Apparently a PF/C prospect from the Houston area -