Using Your Power To Improve Your School Community
Student-athletes have an incredible opportunity on their school campuses to make the lives of others better.
Preventing Hazing And Bullying On Your Team
Hazing is not a team-bonding experience. Here are ways to prevent hazing and forge stronger team bonds.
Learn life lessons and engage with the movie Glory Road by using these discussion questions
Marlon Stewart (Oregon State Men's Basketball) explains the role of personality in recruiting student-athletes
Baker suggests athletes reframe failures in sports to learn from mistakes and better focus on the next play.
Steve Mariucci: Don't Embarrass Your Athletes
Coach Steve Mariucci on how to keep players positive, and to not break them down.
When A Coach Embarrasses Their Athletes, It Makes The Coach's Job Harder
Remember The Player-Ref Ratio When Thinking About An Official's Job
Jack Clark talks about the importance of respect toward teammates, officials, and opponents in rugby.
Starting The Conversation With Youth On Inclusion
Start by asking one or two people on your team: “How can we create safer spaces for LGBTQ athletes, coaches?"
Neither Adults Nor Kids Like Being Berated For Mistakes
Former NFL quarterback Oliver Luck conveys the significance of positive coaching in youth sports.
Why Use Team Building Activities Instead Of Hazing?
Hazing can have unintended consequences and should be seen as something more serious than a harmless joke.
How An Athlete Can Act As An Upstander
Sports Bullying Expert Randy Nathan on what an athlete can do to take on the role of an upstander.
Back To School Tips And Tools
Use our printable back-to-school guide to help you make this your best sports season ever!