Massachusetts


AAU

AAU Baseball Swinging Into New Season

April 30, 2021

AAU swings into spring with baseball tournaments concentrated mainly on the East Coast - with a few exceptions. more >>


AAU

AAU Bringing the Baseball to New England

April 20, 2021

AAU has a full line-up of baseball action this summer, concentrated mainly in the New England area. more >>


DMSE_EastCoastRun

DMSE East Coast is Off and Running

April 12, 2021

The ECR is modeled after Dave McGillivray’s run from Winter Haven (one the home of the Boston Red Sox spring training facility) to Boston. more >>


Pittsburgh

NCAA to Play Frozen Four in Pittsburgh

April 7, 2021

The NCAA will play the Frozen Four in Pittsburgh at the PPG Paints Arena. more >>


ToughMudder

Tough Mudder Announces 2021 Series

March 16, 2021

Tough Mudder has announced its 2021 series of events across the nation. more >>



Troon

Troon Opens Massachusetts Office

January 25, 2021

Troon® has expanded and opened a corporate office in Newton, Mass., just outside of Boston. more >>


RedSox

Boston Red Sox Launch Campaign to Bench Stigma Surrounding Mental Health in Baseball and Beyond

July 20, 2020

The Boston Red Sox have partnered with disability rights organization the Ruderman Family Foundation. more >>


US_ClubSoccer

US Club Soccer Announces Eight New Clubs in Six States

November 25, 2019

US Club Soccer announced eight clubs have been approved as new Players First-licensed clubs, bringing the total to 82 clubs in 25 states. more >>


Strackaline

StrackaLine Scans Historic Framingham Country Club

July 30, 2018

StrackaLine, maker of golf’s premier greens guides, has scanned Framingham Country Club, a Boston-area private club with a rich history. more >>


USA Waterski

USA Water Ski Announces 2017 Club Growth Challenge Winners

March 19, 2018

USA Water Ski has announced the winners of the 2017 Club Growth Challenge Initiatives Contests, intended to get more people on the water. more >>


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Articles

SeniorSoftball Article | March 29, 2021
While Some Sports Wait to Take the Field, Senior Softball is Going Strong

By: Michael Popke

While much of the attention on the comeback of organized sports has been paid to the professional, college and youth levels, another demographic...   More>>


LiveSports Article | March 28, 2021
How Much Have Sports Fans Saved? Find Out Here

By: Michael Popke

Live pro sports, complete with spectators, are returning and in their absence, people have saved a few dollars. Now, they’re about to find out how...   More>>


Cycling Article | March 15, 2021
Wheels Are Turning on Local, Regional and Federal Bicycling Trails

By: Michael Popke

Bicycling is flourishing in the age of social distancing, and renewed interest in the sport also has increased awareness that more (and safer)...   More>>


WorldCup Article | January 30, 2021
FIFA Hoping to Make 2026 World Cup Host Announcements by End of Year

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

The wait for the official announcement of U.S. host cities for the 2026 World Cup has certainly seemed interminable and it just got a little longer....   More>>


Londonmarathon_Smaller Article | November 8, 2020
London Marathon Organizers Pull Off the First Major In-Person Race

By: Michael Popke

In a season of no, it’s great to see a big event go – even when that big event, a major marathon, has to be run in the rain. The bright spot on...   More>>


Article | October 23, 2020
Surprising Choices, Returns to Old Favorites for NCAA Championships

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

One of the most eagerly looked-forward-to site selection announcements of 2020 came down recently, and there’s a lot to be learned from it. With a...   More>>


Article | July 1, 2020
Can College Club Programs Help Boost the Sports Economy?

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

First came the news that a few colleges here and there were dropping sports programs because of COVID-19-related shortfalls. Then a few became dozens...   More>>


Article | May 13, 2020
Late Summer/Early Fall Being Targeted as Restart Date

By: Michael Popke

Is late summer when the industry will hit the restart button? While it’s impossible to say exactly when COVID-19 will cease to be a threat (and...   More>>


Article | April 29, 2020
Sources: "Assault on Hometown Baseball" a Done Deal

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

Last year, the country learned of what became known as “the assault on hometown baseball,” or MLB’s proposal to cut 40 teams from the minors....   More>>


Article | April 28, 2020
Waiting Game: FIFA World Cup Site Decision Another Casualty of COVID-19

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

The FIFA World Cup in 2026 is further out than most sports commissions are looking at the moment, but they will have to wait to find out whether...   More>>


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