Team Sports Articles


PopWarner
Article | November 15, 2017
Pop Warner CTE Lawsuit Could Hit Youth Sports Hard   

Here’s something that hits close to home. A U.S. District Court judge says a lawsuit filed by two mothers against Pop Warner Little Scholars can... More>>



BeccaLongo
Article | November 15, 2017
Female Football Participation Increasing at High School Level   

This fall, six female high school student-athletes competed in varsity football for public high schools on Long Island, New York, and two of them... More>>



FCC
Article | November 1, 2017
Inside Events: Fellowship of Christian Cheerleaders   

As a sports travel market, cheer is huge, with areas of special interest continuing to emerge. Meet the organization with not only national... More>>



USMNT
Article | November 1, 2017
Is the Youth Soccer Model to Blame for the Failure of the U.S. Men's National Team?   

Has an overabundance of overly expensive private youth soccer programs stifled talent and led to lower-quality U.S. players? That theory continues to... More>>



Cricket
Article | November 1, 2017
Can Cricket Actually Find Footing in the United States?   

Everyone has heard the promises: cricket is coming to national prominence in the U.S. But it has been 10 years since the $10 million cricket-specific... More>>



USMNT
Article | November 1, 2017
Fallout: What the Larger Soccer World Can Expect from World Cup Failure   

With the U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team out of World Cup contention following a humiliating 2-1 loss to Trinidad and Tobago, a ripple effect has... More>>



Wildfires
Article | November 1, 2017
California Wildfires Continue to Impact Sports Events   

As Northern California’s Wine Country continued to burn, event organizers ranging from golf club owners to high school athletic directors were... More>>



NCAA
Article | October 18, 2017
Could the NCAA Scandal Affect Travel Teams? An Industry Ponders the Question   

The details of the NCAA scandal are still unfolding, but it’s safe to say there’s extensive coverage on an up-to-the-minute basis. What’s less... More>>



Laxhelmets
Article | October 18, 2017
Battle Over Helmets for Female Lacrosse Players Rages On   

When this fall, Brown University became the first DI women’s lacrosse program to require helmets of all its players, it led to plenty of debate.... More>>



NBA
Article | October 18, 2017
By the Numbers: The NBA   

The 2017-18 NBA regular season began yesterday and it runs until June. Which means we’ve got plenty of time to ponder the possibilities of a fourth... More>>



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