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Valparaiso University is a Div. I FCS program that is looking for a highly motivated individual who is passionate about being a high level equipment manager. Duties include organization and inventory of football equipment/apparel, locker room organization, field set-up/tear-down, and in practice responsibilities. Small stipend is included. Great opportunity to get your foot in the

HealthDay July 28, 2020 TUESDAY, July 28, 2020 (HealthDay News) — People with a history of concussion may face increased risks of certain psychological and neurological conditions, a large new study suggests. The study of more than 186,000 Canadians found that those who suffered a concussion were more likely to develop any of several conditions,

July 28, 2020 EvoShield has teased the introduction of an entire line of catcher’s gear for a year. That tease turns to reveal July 29, as the Wilson-owned brand releases a complete catcher’s gear kit for both baseball and softball. And, as expected, there’s an EvoShield-specific twist. For the first time, the leg guard comes

WATE-TV July 28, 2020 TENNESSEE (WATE) — The TSSAA has released the full details of its COVID-19 related regulations and guidelines that were approved by the Board of Control on July 22, as well as general and sport-specific rule considerations for sports returning to competition. Gov. Lee’s Executive Order No. 55 to allow for contact

WAPT-TV July 28, 2020 JACKSON, Miss. —Tuesday afternoon the Mississippi High School Activities Association released return to play guidelines for Fall sports. Here are some of the guidelines for high school football. The basic guideline is no mask no entry into the stadium. Locker rooms must be sanitize before and after contests and they have

Medscape July 27, 2020 On average, high school athletes with concussion take 1 month to return to play, illustrating that the message that prolonged rest is needed after a head impact is getting through, new research suggests. However, findings from a cohort study of more than 300 high school athletes who sustained at least one

Alabama Political Reporter July 27, 2020 The Alabama High School Athletic Association announced Thursday that high school football and other fall sports will be played on schedule — but with modifications to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. “We’re looking forward to starting football practice on Aug. 3,” AHSAA Executive Director Steve Savarese told reporters.

Everyday Health July 24, 2020 Most players in youth football leagues wear helmets that don’t fit them properly, putting them at increased risk for concussions that are more severe and accompanied by long-lasting symptoms, a new study suggests. The majority of youth football players rent helmets from their leagues, and 74 percent of them wind

CBC Canada July 23, 2020 The group from Quebec could win $1M prize if their design is picked As a former boxer, Franck Le Naveaux learned firsthand how devastating a concussion can be to an athlete. He recalls seeing stars after taking the blows to head in the ring and the headaches that followed. “Yeah,