Athletic Department Management

Read: Women’s Basketball Brawl Results in Double Forfeit

Women’s Basketball Brawl Results in Double Forfeit

A brawl between Southern and Texas Southern in the middle of a women’s basketball game forced school security to get involved and resulted in a double forfeit.

Northern Kentucky University Pays Employee $200K to Avoid Lawsuit

NKU paid the subordinate of former Athletic Director Scott Eaton $200,000 to prevent her from filing a sexual harassment lawsuit against the school for Eaton’s behavior.

Read: Documentary Shows Need for College Top Brass to Take Sexual Assault, Public Safety Seriously

Documentary Shows Need for College Top Brass to Take Sexual Assault, Public Safety Seriously

‘The Hunting Ground’ echos what those of us involved in campus public safety have known for years: that the urge to sweep sexual violence under the rug can be extremely strong.

East Stroudsburg University Suspends Hockey Team for Hazing

Two coaches have made accusations against a third coach, claiming he encouraged heavy drinking and hazing among the university hockey team.

Read: 2 Students Shot at Maryland High School

2 Students Shot at Maryland High School

Frederick High School shooting suspects remain at large.

NCS4 6th Annual National Sports Safety and Security Conference and Exhibition

Event will be held in Orlando, Fla., July 6-9, 2015.

Fight Breaks Out at College Bowl Game

Officials from the University of Memphis and BYU say they intend to take “appropriate disciplinary action” against players who participated in the post-game brawl.

Judge: 1969 Sex Abuse Case Against Harvard Coach Can Proceed

A judge ruled last week that a man who claims he was repeatedly raped by a former swim coach on the Harvard campus four decades ago can move forward with his lawsuit.

New Jersey to Schools: Watch Out For Unsupervised Activities

State Department of Education Issues Issues Bullying and Hazing Checklist

Youngstown Diocese Settles Sex Abuse Case Against Priest for $8M

The late Brother Stephen Baker worked as an athletic director at two Ohio high schools where he was accused of molestating students.

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