Daktronics lounges and study areas for studentathletes, as well as for the men s and women sbasketball teams, and Wisconsin coaches helped design specific areas of the http://www.daktronics.com/dak_news.cfm?articleID=330
USA Swimming - Home for all muscle groups, but more specific strength for (96 percent of the athletesevaluated fell in the sports of volleyball (25%), basketball (23%), track and http://www.usswim.org/programs/template.pl?opt=news&pubid=975
Extractions: August 12, 1997; Page E01 Although Victor Hooks, at 6 feet 3, 290 pounds, was a big man on campus at North Pitt High School in Greenville, N.C., he spent the summer before his senior year wondering if any college football coach would ever find him. Talent wasn't the problem. Though his team went 1-10 his junior year, Hooks still made all-conference as a defensive lineman, and his senior year promised better. But North Pitt has only 900 students, and Hooks said it's "a long way from the road, way out in the country and there aren't too many coaches that are going to find it." Hooks never thought salvation could come from a computer. His family owns one, but it doesn't have a modem. Even if it did, Hooks said he wouldn't know how to use it. But the Internet has become the newest matchmaking tool for college coaches and high school athletes. And though Internet services are far from perfect and have yet to be an established, accepted part of the recruiting game, Hooks decided to take a chance. Prodded by his high school trainer, he paid $69 to Online Scouting Network to list statistics, personal information, test scores and grades that can be accessed by coaches. Some services including OSN for an extra $80 are capable of posting short video clips. The information is not available to the general public. Coaches use a sign-on and password, which must be requested on a school letterhead to be accepted by most services.
Team Sheeper MultiSport unconventional (Bowling, Archery, Pentathlon, Badminton, basketball, Soccer, etc Onlya specific number of points will managed by each individual athlete on the http://www.teamsheeper.com/teams/tstrisfpeninsula/events/
Extractions: Diversity Tour Standings (Members Only) The team events are as follows. Type Points Team Focus Event 1. Ironman Tri CaliforniaMan 2. Half-Ironman Tri Wildflower or Pacific Crest 3. Olympic Tri 1 (3 total) Wildflower Pacific Crest SJIT FIT 4. Sprint Tri Nautica Malibu 5. Mountain Bike Tri TBF Mountain Bike Triathlon 6. Duathlon
Virginia Athletics Foundation Player of the Year and ACC Athlete of the works closely with football and basketballparking and the spring social tour; sport specific reunions; postseason http://www.virginiaathleticsfoundation.com/staff.htm
Extractions: Dirk Katstra was named the executive director of the Virginia Athletics Foundation in 1996 after serving for four years as director of annual giving for the Foundation. In 2003, his role expanded in the athletics department to include supervision of Marketing and Promotions, the Ticket Office and the Media Relations. Katstra, from Stilwell, Kan., is a 1991 graduate of UVA with a degree in sports management. A member of the Cavalier basketball team from 1987 to 1991, Katstra played on three NCAA Tournament teams at Virginia and was a senior captain on the 1990-91 squad. The Cavaliers advanced to the finals of the 1989 NCAA Southeast Regional Tournament against Michigan during Katstra's sophomore season.
Extractions: LAMAR BROWN: Lamar is a 19-year old Bronx native and freshman at Hunter College. He has been blind since 1995 and has been training with Achilles for the past two years. His long-term goal is to qualify for the 100-yard dash in the Paralympics, a feat he narrowly missed this past year. Short-term, he would like to surmount Kilimanjaro! Lamar was also a varsity wrestler in high school and he loves to play basketball. THOMAS COBB: Tom is an arm amputee and cancer survivor. He was inspired by Achilles President, Dick Traum, and Terry Fox and began running in 1996. Since then, running has been a constant in his life giving him strength to meet recurring disease challenges and confidence in his abilities as a disabled person. He has completed five New York City Marathons, one Boston Marathon and won the ambulatory disabled division of the April 1, 2001 Achilles Marathon in a time of 3:18. His next goal is to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro before going on to repeat all the above marathons. ARTIE ELEFANT: Artie is fifty-five years old, visually impaired athlete who is retired from the electronics industry where he was Vice President of Marketing and Sales. A dedicated volunteer, Artie went to St. Petersburg, Russia, in 1996 for the US Government to work with Russian businesses. He has been a runner for over twenty years and has completed two marathons.
Extractions: 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
Cal State Fullerton Gymnastics Sport Selector or numbers of routines from a specific difficulty The athletes scoresfor the allaround are http://sports.fullerton.edu/gymnastics/primer.html
Extractions: General Information Schedules Ticket Info Audio Center Titan Store Visiting Campus Employment Titan Tradition Mission Statement Corporate Sponsors Administration Policies/Procedures AD Advisory Council Athletic Training Titan Athletic Club Titan Alumni Sitemap Sport Selector Baseball Basketball-M Basketball-W Cross Country Dance Fencing Gymnastics-W Soccer-M Soccer-W Softball Tennis-W Volleyball-W Wrestling Sitemap Search this site GYMNASTICS PRIMER Composed of a runway 78 feet long, a springboard and a vaulting horse measuring just under 49 inches tall. Unlike the other events, vault has no specific requirements and each vault has its own start value. Gymnasts perform complicated vaults in different body positions such as tucked, piked or stretched. Judges watch for proper body alignment, form, quick repulsion, the height and distance traveled, as well as the number of saltos and twists. Generally, the more saltos (a flip or somersault) and twists, the higher the difficulty value of the vault. In addition, gymnasts strive to "stick" their landings by taking no extra steps. UNEVEN PARALLEL BARS Often a crowd favorite, the uneven bars demand excellent upper-body strength, split-second timing and an aggressive approach. The routine should flow from one movement to the next without pauses, extra swings or additional supports. Three release moves are required: one that goes from the low bar to catch the high bar, one that goes from the high bar to catch the low bar, and a third that releases and catches the same bar. Several other elements are required in the routine, including moving the gymnast's center of gravity in toward the bar. Perfect form, straight body lines in the vertical position and a stuck landing are essential.
Extractions: Jerry Ferrari, Chaplain 6th Grade Faculty 7th Grade Faculty 8th Grade Faculty Ake, Michael - Music Adams, Rachel - Japanese Adams, Rachel - Japanese Belyea, Kay - Phenomenon of Language ... Vining, David - Math Adams, Rachel My name is Rachel Adams, and I will be your sons Japanese language teacher this coming fall. I hope that your son finds this language as interesting and challenging as I do. I lived in Japan for almost 18 years. My parents moved there in 1975 (I was two years old) as missionaries to the Japanese people. I picked up the language naturally by watching television, playing with my Japanese friends, and just living every day immersed in the culture. It was a wonderful life full of many opportunities that otherwise would not have come my way. This will be my fourth year teaching in the middle school. Working with 7 th and 8 th grade guys has been a wonderful experience.
SPORT TEAM INFO Paralympian Marni Abbott, one of the worlds premier wheelchair basketballathletes, coaches the team. Her skills as a coach and http://www.teambc.org/winter2003/sportteam.asp?sport=21