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1. TCC Athletics Hall Of Fame - Bios
Community College s first women s basketball coach, directed training program forthe Eagles studentathletes. While specific duties included injury care and
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Inaugural Class, 2002 Mike Gillespie, Men's Basketball

The following year, the Eagles began intercollegiate play and their effort was the finest ever by a first-year program in the National Junior College Athletic Association. Peaking at number three nationally, TCC became the first school in NJCAA history to achieve a national ranking in its first season. That same year, Gillespie's Eagles also earned an unprecedented number one ranking among Florida community colleges.
Gillespie, who also served as Athletic Director from 1994-2001, won at least 21 games each season on his way to a career record of 258-56. The Eagles made their first of six post-season appearances in 1994, advancing to the Florida Community College Activities Association State Tournament as Panhandle Conference runners-up. In 1996, Gillespie led TCC to its first Panhandle Conference Championship, becoming the first team to go through the conference schedule undefeated.
The highlight of his TCC career came a year later when the Eagles won their second straight conference title, as well as their first state championship. The 35-2 Eagles finished third in the NJCAA National Tournament.

2. Staff Bios
University Rehabilitation Program for Division I athletes, the first Jeremy is anavid golfer and basketball player of our centers with a specific interest and
Peter S. Zulia Kenneth R. Rusche Gina Ellis Matthew J. Klusman ... Nicholas Papania Oxford Physical Therapy Staff When seen at OPT you can expect friendly, professional, one-on-one attention from our knowledgeable front office staff, board certified physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and nationally certified athletic trainers. With extensive experience in general orthopaedic rehabilitation, sports medicine, industrial on-site physical therapy, and aquatic therapy, the OPT staff is a valuable resource in helping you achieve your goals. Our clinical expertise is sharpened by regular continuing education, and sharing of information through practical intervention. This ensures an effective, progressive approach to rehabilitation and the best possible care for you. We are proud of the staff assembled at OPT. We feel they represent the finest in caring professionals, and are committed to your wellness. Peter S. Zulia, P.T., S.C.S., A.T., C.
Pete, a licensed physical therapist and athletic trainer, co-founded Oxford Physical Therapy in 1992. With his professional experience, personal goals and values, Pete began with a vision that still flourishes today: "Begin with the end in mind."
A community-centered, progressive, vibrant practice, dedicated to education and excellence in rehabilitation.

3. Author Bios
MICHAEL BRADLEY, MA, is the basketball Strength and State, Coach Wakeham directs thesportspecific strength and He has experience working with athletes at the
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is the Basketball Strength and Conditioning Coach at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida. Coach Bradley has served as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Stanford University (1998-2002), the University of Miami (1995-98), the United States Military Academy (1994-95), the University of South Carolina (1993-94) and Southern Methodist University (1991-93). He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from San Diego State University (1989) and his Master of Arts degree in the same discipline from the University of California, Santa Barbara (1990). MATT BRZYCKI, B.S., LUKE CARLSON, B.S., CHIP HARRISON, M.S., is the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach (for sports other than football) at Penn State in University Park, Pennsylvania. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in physical education (exercise science) and his Master of Science degree in physical education (exercise physiology) from Penn State. Coach Harrison has been certified as a Health/Fitness Instructor by the American College of Sports Medicine and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He and his wife, Sheri, have three sons, Mark, Troy and Stevie. RACHAEL E. PICONE, M.S.

4. SCC - Athletics Department:Mens Basketball Head Coach
Our athletes must recognize they have a complete life ahead He served as head basketballcoach at Valencia you to contact the College, specific department, or
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Mens Basketball Head Coach Stan Cromartie
Head Coach, Stan Cromartie, will lead the Raiders into the 2003-2004 season. Dedicated to maximizing the talents of young athletes, Cromartie identifies the special skills his players possess and focuses on them throughout the season. Our athletes must recognize they have a complete life ahead of them. I want them to learn lessons in the classroom and on the basketball court that they can call upon in whatever endeavor they choose. I want to attract men to our program who understand their achievements in life will overshadow anything they will ever do on a basketball court." Cromartie was the youngest head basketball coach at his alma mater, Edward Waters College, Jacksonville, from 1990-94 and also served as assistant coach at Bethune-Cookman College, Daytona Beach from 1994-97. He served as head basketball coach at Valencia Community College, Orlando, prior to being named SCC's head coach in March 1998. At Webber College, Babson Park, Fla., Cromartie led the team in assists for two straight years and helped lead Webber to a 29-1 record, a number two national ranking and its first-ever bid to the 1986 NAIA National Tournament.

5. About IvyWise
with an emphasis in counseling adolescents and specific coursework in Director, Ivywise™athletes. One of the finest basketball players in New England history
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Director Bios Katherine Cohen, Ph.D.
President, Founder and East Coast Director Dr. Cohen graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Brown University in 1989. She continued her studies at Yale University, receiving Masters degrees in 1992 and 1994, and a Ph.D. in 1997. Also in 1997, she received certification in College Admissions Counseling from U.C.L.A. extension. Dr. Cohen is the author of two books on college admissions. The first, The Truth About Getting In , was published by Hyperion in 2002 and serves as a detailed manual for approaching the college admissions application process. Her second book (to be published in 2003 by Hyperion), Rock Hard Apps People Magazine and the Financial Times . She is frequently interviewed by the national and international media on the subject of school admissions and the application process. Dr. Cohen is a member of the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC), Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA) and Western Association of College Admissions Counselors (WACAC). She has served on the Brown University Alumni Schools Committee as an Interviewer and Manhattan School Chair for schools such as Chapin School, Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School and Fiorello H. LaGuardia.

6. Bios
an athlete in the areas of basketball, softball and understands the physical demandsof sport specific training on is her desire to work with athletes of all
Deidre Day Vandenbos is a certified sports massage therapist, having been in practice for over 5 years. Deidre is the founding owner of Sports Massage and Integrated Therapies, Inc., which she started in June 2000. Deidre has personal, past experience as an athlete in the areas of basketball, softball and track. She utilizes this past understanding in her analysis and treatment of patients and their injuries. Deidre is certified by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodyworkers. She is also certified in Neuromuscular Therapies and Clinical (sports) massage and has additional training in the discipline of Thai massage. She works mainly in the areas of chronic pain, athletic injury and performance enhancement. She received her certification at the Atlanta School of Massage and has been a member of the American Massage Therapy Association since 1999. Deidre works with area chiropractors, podiatrists and rehabilitation doctors to help better meet the muscular management needs of her patients. Deidre works with numerous Atlanta recreational, amateur competitive, national class and Olympic athletes. Deidre was a therapist for the Atlanta Beat Soccer Team during its 2-year existence and works regularly with Jeff Galloway's Marathon training team. She was a member of the USATF medical staff in 2000 and 2001 and she continues to volunteer as a member of the medical team for the Peachtree Road Race and the Atlanta Marathon, as she has for the past four years. Deidre is also a current sponsor of the Tri-Atlanta triathlon group, Georgia Multisports and the Leukemia Society marathon training group.

2. specific Knowledge.– basketball Hall o Famers bios. Sports History Syllabus_fi
HISTORY OF AMERICAN SPORTS: HEROES HISTORY 1123 SYLLABUS INSTRUCTOR: RON GRAY OFFICE: HEALTH TECHNOLOGIES CENTER TELEPHONE: 682-1611 X 7298 OFFICE HOURS: (THESE WILL BE GIVEN TO YOU AT THE FIRST CLASS MEETING.) COURSE DESCRIPTION: Students will participate in discussions of American Sports History – which may include the study of baseball, football, basketball, and/or other sports histories and heroes, as well as their memories and myths from the age of folk games to the age of televised sports, with special emphasis on the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Information sources for class discussions may include appropriate video, print, and/or Internet learning materials. PREREQUISITES: Assessment required prior to enrollment (Tenth grade reading level required). COURSE COMPETENCIES: The successful completion of American Sports History: Heroes will result in the following: A clear understanding of the evolution of sports heroes from the nineteenth century to the present. An ability to analyze and synthesize heroism and heroic accomplishments into meaningful concepts.

8. Board Of Directors And Officers - Bios
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9. Erin Aldrich
with her father playing high school basketball and her the 19992000 Big 12 ConferenceFemale Athlete of the Aldrich hasn t committed to a specific year but

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December 27, 1977, in Dallas
Current Residence: Dallas
High School: Lake Highlands (Dallas) '96
Colleges: Arizona '97, Texas '01 Coach: John Rembao Agent: self Club: Unattached Career Highlights: 2000 Olympic Trials runner-up; 2001 USA Outdoor runner-up; 2000 NCAA Outdoor champion; 1999 NCAA Indoor champion; 1998 NCAA Indoor and Outdoor champion Did not compete outdoors (focusing on volleyball career)… best of 1.81m/5-11.25i. Won Texas HS state title and Golden West Invitational (6-0) of 6-1. 2nd in Texas HS state meet (5-10) of 5-10. Was in junior high as a 9th-grader, and was not allowed to compete in the Texas state meet…best of 5-10.5. Best of 5-8. Best of 5-6.

10. NorthStone Country Club - Golf & Fitness Staff Bios
the core of the body, many athletes have included sports such as baseball, tennis,basketball, cross country training aids and golfspecific fitness equipment.
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Philip Geiger - Club Manager and Director of Golf
Courtney Ford - P.G.A. Head Golf Professional Scott Miracle- Director of Golf Instruction Rick Taylor- Assistant Golf Professional (PGA) Rick Taylor was born and raised in Greensburg, Indiana. He graduated from South Decatur High School where he played baseball, basketball, and track and was a member of the National Honor Society. After a short stay at Indiana University, he then married and worked in the tooling and plastic injection molding industry for several years. As a member of the 1988 Co-Ed Open National Softball Champions, he was also elected to the National Tournament Team.
Julee Sovesky - Assistant Golf Professional (PGA)
Matt Gatewood - Assistant Golf Professional (PGA) Matt Gatewood was born in Greensboro, NC on March 6, 1981. He graduated from Northwest Guilford High School where he played baseball, basketball, and soccer. Matt recently graduated form UNC-Charlotte with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting as well as Financial Management. Matt began playing golf at the age of seventeen while working with the outside staff at Greensboro Country Club. He left the golf business when he attended college to pursue opportunities in the corporate world. Matt worked at Smith Barney as a Financial Consultant Assistant under the Senior Vice-President for two years. He then decided to follow his desires to become a Head Golf Professional and joined our staff as an Assistant Golf Professional when he graduated college and passed his PGA Player Ability Test in August 2003. Matt is now over merchandising in the pro shop and working on his membership to the PGA.

It details the what, why, and how of sport specific strength and conditioning. understandwhat it is like to be a Division I athlete at Pacific Men s basketball. BIOS/todd_smithbio.htm
TODD SMITH DIRECTOR OF ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE Coach Smith is in his third year as Director of Athletic Performance. Coach Smith was the Assistant Director of Athletic Performance at Pacific before heading to San Jose State University for a short stint. With Smith back in Stockton the Athletic Performance Center has been revamped. The weight room was upgraded to 10 Weightlifting Platforms built into the floor, 10 Squat Racks, 10 Bench Presses (9 adjustable Incline Benches), 6 adjustable Plyometric Boxes, 80 Olympic Weightlifting Bumper Plates, 10 Olympic Weightlifting bars, and 5 Ultra-light bars. "Our Athletic Director, Lynn King, understands the importance of Strength and Conditioning and has shown his support by helping to upgrade the facilities and equipment each year," said Smith. The Conditioning Room contains the 1,500 sq/ft Swain SportsMat floor which decreases impact forces, is used during plyometric workouts, core strengthening and agility activities. In addition to the floor the conditioning room now houses 15 Schwinn Spin Bikes for low impact team conditioning. Injured athletes can now wheel a spin bike from the conditioning room and take it to practice to mainatin fitness levels when not able to run. This year's focus has been the purchasing of 5 Tendo Sports Powerlyzers. These units measure the speed and powerout of the athletes' movements. The athletes will now have a quantified measure of how fast they move during an exercise. The athletes see the power output measured in watts or the velocity measured in meters per second, and they can try to beat that number every rep. Each repetition's velocity and powerout is measured and can be recorded.

12. Georgetown Basketball News
HoyaTalk Board (Georgetown basketball); Football Board (Georgetown players, coaches,recruited studentathletes, or athletics to identify the specific post in
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NOTE: The board that had been hosted on SportsOnly since 1998 has movedplease see the instructions below on how to join the new board setup. Welcome to the HoyaTalk pages. HoyaTalk is designed to be a home for thoughtful discussion on a range of issues involving Georgetown sports. To continue straight to the boards, click here or scroll to the bottom of this page. The HoyaTalk Boards The growth in popularity of the original HoyaTalk Board (which dates to late 1996) has now grown to encompass five unique message boards:
  • HoyaTalk Board (Georgetown Basketball) Football Board (Georgetown Football) Sports Board (Discussion on all other Georgetown varsity and club sports) 37th and O Board (Discussion of Georgetown and campus related items only.) (Politics, religion, and civil discussion)
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13. ABA Online Conversations Title IX Scenario 2 Conversation With
a boys basketball team and a girls basketball team) are and opportunities will bepresented to female athletes. in developing responses to specific situations
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Scenario 2 Conversation with Legal Experts Should a girl be allowed to play on a boys' basketball team?
(To read the scenario in its entirety, with comments from our student panel, click on the above link. Click on participant names to read bios.) Neena Chaudhry Participants
, 12th grade, plays basketball.
, 10th grade, plays volleyball.
, 12th grade, plays basketball.
Neena Chaudhry
is a lawyer at the National Women's Law Center
Marcia Greenberger
is a lawyer at the NWLC.
Ron Peeler
Elizabeth Grob are lawyers whose focus includes school issues. Paul Paul: If the Civil Rights Act of 1964 is true, then why do we have separate boys' and girls' teams in sports? Marcia Greenberger/Neena Chaudhry: The Civil Rights Act of 1964 does not apply to the issue of whether separate teams for boys and girls are permissible, because it does not apply to sex discrimination. Title IX does address this issue: it allows , but does not require , separate teams for men and women in many circumstances because of differences in the nature of training, physical characteristics, choices of sports, and the history of discrimination. Under Title IX, however, there are protections to ensure that women are not disadvantaged.

14. - Wake Forest Class Of 2004 Bios
of his class * named Fletcher s StudentAthlete of the 52 win over Atlantic * ledthe basketball team to FAQ/Help Contact Us Site-specific editorial/photos

15. Bios For Past Internal Speakers For The Conference Intern Seminar
for a variety of sportspecific and student staff liaison to the NCAA Student-AthleteAdvisory Committee of Division I Men s basketball Championship, Operations.

Education Programs,

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Cedric W. Dempsey
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.

16. Virginia Athletics Foundation
Athletics to include sport specific contributions in the “Friends there are morethan 600 studentathletes in 25 men’s and women’s basketball team but it
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Fast Facts About the Virginia Athletics Foundation in 2003
  • 8,763 donors in 2003 including 1,274 new donors
  • $10,401,786 raised in annual giving in 2003
  • $7,268,333 provided to the Athletics Department for scholarship assistance
  • $2,820,500 provided for Athletics Department support including Academic Advising, "Friends Of" and operational support
University of Virginia Scholar-Athletes
  • 431 scholar-athletes received scholarship assistance
  • 688 scholar-athletes participated in 25 intercollegiate programs
  • 82% graduation rate in 2002 - placing Virginia among the very top programs for graduation rates
  • Overall grade point average of 2.87 for scholar-athletes
  • 19 scholar-athletes earned conference- and national-level recognition for outstanding academic performance
  • 230 scholar-athletes were listed on the 2002-03 ACC Honor Roll (3.0 GPA or better)
  • Five teams achieved a cumulative GPA of over 3.0: rowing, volleyball, women's cross country, women's tennis and men's tennis
  • Economics is the most popular major for scholar-athletes followed by Psychology, Government and Foreign Affairs, Sociology and Education

17. The School Athletics Center - Copernicus Education Gateway
Web site of the USA basketball men s and schedules, results, athlete rankings, andathlete bios in each and team competitions and contains specific pages for

Diving Golf Swimming ... Sydney 2000 Summer Olympics
Here you'll discover the Web sites of the national governing bodies for each Olympic sport. Find your favorite, and then get comprehensive news, features, history, rules, records, and athlete profiles that will lead you down the path to the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games and beyond.

The National Archery Association promotes the sport of archery with the hope of producing Olympic and World Champions. Check out the latest national standings and records, links to collegiate and youth teams, background of the sport, and a calendar of archery events.

Learn about the history, growing popularity, and latest news of the sport of badminton. On this site, you'll find world and national rankings, a list of tournaments and clubs, links to necessary merchandise, and badminton facts for the novice as well as the pro.

Follow the national baseball team around the world as they compete for a spot in the next Olympics. Read the top news stories and press releases about the team's players and coaches. Then, meet the players, get the stats, and follow the schedules of the national youth and junior teams, as well as the Professional Pan American team.

This is the official Web site of the USA Basketball men's and women's teams. Follow players across the nation as they compete for spots on the national teams and then watch as they prepare for the next Olympics. Check out the Historical Fact Book for results from past tournaments, read the athletes' bios, and view some photos of your favorite players.

18. Women's Professional Sports Issues Links -
links to all areas of women s basketball pro, all are excellent resources, a mustreadfor female athletes. There s a specific women s pro sports section as

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19. BIOS
of assisting customers with their specific footwear needs. She was competitive insoccer and basketball until she athletic career as a junior athlete in South
The Company you Keep! Join us for weekly runs. Click "Weekly Run Schedule" Content Store Hours and location Video Gait Analysis Center MOMENTUM newsletter ... New at The Running Compan y Receive our Free E-newsletter Home Page Ashley Johnson Ashley went to Western Kentucky University on an athletic scholarship and earned NCAA All-American honors in Cross-Country and the mile. After graduating from college with a BS in Broadcasting, Ashley spent the next ten years as a professional runner. During this time he was a successful fixture on the US Road Racing Circuit. He was ranked in the Top 10 in the World Road Racing Rankings by Track and Field News and Runners World, and finished his career with a 13 th place finish at the 1996 US Olympic Marathon Trials. Ashley has also broken the magic 4-minute barrier in the mile. While living in Oregon, Ashley worked at The Portland Running Company. His interest and enthusiasm for the running retail business flourished and Ashley dedicated himself to learning the technology behind gait analysis and shoe construction, providing invaluable experience. Ashley continued his retail career on the opposite coast at Marathon Sports in Massachusetts. Through these experiences, Ashley discovered that owning a running store combined many of his interests and strengths. His love for running, his aptitude for analyzing foot bio mechanics and his detailed knowledge of running shoe construction, all combined, led him to his role in starting The Running Company.

20. :: Bill Byrne's Wednesday Weekly
on voting for the new spirit basketball/volleyball band was There are specific rulesand regulations about studentathletes responsibilities in our

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