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ADU visits with Anton Goff of St. John's, and Lenny Kaplan, of NJIT about developing a fan base in crowded markets such as New York and New Jersey.

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Building A Successful Team Off The Field: Little Rock’s Chasse Conque

With the advent of resources like 24/7 Sports, Rivals and a slew of other tools, the evaluation and recruiting of student-athletes has become a lot more standardized and predictable in recent years. Your coaching staffs know who they want, what type of player your program can attract and what strengths players have fit well into

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Using Analytics To Make Better Coach Hiring And Retention Decisions

A condition of conference membership requires schools to license their rights to the conference, which distributes revenue equally among member institutions, and should, in theory, benefit the schools. But women’s gymnastics and men’s lacrosse are both niche sports which enjoy large, loyal fan affinity and an increasing number of youth athletes. Imagine a situation where niche sports content is delivered directly to a growing market in places where the market and enthusiastic fan bases exist.

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Women’s Basketball Head Coach Mock Interviews: Duke’s Planells & Tennessee’s Reaves

"The interview" can range from an intimidating pressurized drill session to a personable enlightening conversation. Preparation is what separates those who do well from those who falter. But even with preparation, the fit may or may not be there. In the two videos below, Daniel Parker of Parker Executive Search conducts mock interviews with Bob Walsh, Head Basketball Coach at Maine, and Tavaras Hardy, Assistant Coach at Georgia Tech.

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Athletic Director And Coach Fit: George Mason’s Brad Edwards & Dave Paulsen

ADU visits with Anton Goff of St. John's, and Lenny Kaplan, of NJIT about developing a fan base in crowded markets such as New York and New Jersey.

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Executive Profile: Learfield EVP & CRO Andy Rawlings

A condition of conference membership requires schools to license their rights to the conference, which distributes revenue equally among member institutions, and should, in theory, benefit the schools. But women’s gymnastics and men’s lacrosse are both niche sports which enjoy large, loyal fan affinity and an increasing number of youth athletes. Imagine a situation where niche sports content is delivered directly to a growing market in places where the market and enthusiastic fan bases exist.