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Erianne A. Weight, Barbara Osborne and Robert Turner

Aaron Kelly, a highly respected college sport consultant, is charged with the task of presenting a new model of intercollegiate athletic administration to a panel of leaders in the field. Coincidence and research led him to a successful National Junior College Athletic Association athletic program that was discontinued in pursuit of a new model of competitive intra-collegiate athletics when the institution transitioned to a four-year university. Given the purpose of athletics within the academe to facilitate an educational experience difficult to replicate through any other opportunity, (Brand, 2006; NCAA 2010; Rader, 1999) this program sheds light on a new way to view this tradition we have come to know as college sport. The purpose of this case is to highlight the tremendous potential for innovation that exists within the intercollegiate athletic model. While financial challenges make it difficult for many institutions to sponsor broad-based intercollegiate athletics programs, this model presents a design that can reduce expenditures and provide additional participation opportunities for education through athletics. As Kelly prepares for his presentation, he questions whether this model is ideal and how the landscape of intercollegiate athletics might be affected if implemented on a national scale.

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Kristi Sweeney

biography explores the evolution and organization of intercollegiate athletic administration and how Griffith’s philosophy of athletics shaped military preparedness between World Wars I and II. Lindaman constructs a framework that gleans the significant details of Griffith’s career from the incredible

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Lauren McCoy

could also be used as secondary reading in courses discussing intercollegiate athletic administration, ethics, or sport history. While the history presented in the book highlights the culture that led to the university’s mistakes both during and after the scandal, the main focus is to call out the

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Cassandra Coble

Department despite information outlining the Title IX violations related to the implementation of the rules. Smith outlines the insularity of the university and the athletic administration that created the stage for these incidents as well as the continued silence of the president, athletic administrators

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Eddie Comeaux and Adam Martin

I athletic administrators, discovered in part that social capital was more influential for men than for women in terms of securing athletic administration promotions. While Shaw and Hoeber’s ( 2003 ) findings on NGBs demonstrate the negative impacts of the perceived competence of females in

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Allyson C. Hartzell and Marlene A. Dixon

supportive supervisors also enhance working environments and endurance in sport careers for women ( Bruening & Dixon, 2007 ; Dixon & Sagas, 2007 ). Barriers to women’s advancement in intercollegiate athletic administration, specifically, include factors already discussed at the macrolevel and mesolevel

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Meg G. Hancock, Lindsey Darvin and Nefertiti A. Walker

executive-level positions in professional sport organizations ( Lapchick, 2017b ). Intercollegiate athletic administration has experienced similar trends, as women continue to be found in more subordinate roles in athletic departments ( Acosta & Carpenter, 2014 ; Lapchick, 2016 ). To illustrate, women

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James E. Johnson, Chrysostomos Giannoulakis and Beau F. Scott

Administrators Association Guide to Interscholastic Athletic Administration, “it is when winning becomes the overriding aim, at the expense of other worthy objectives, that priorities need to be realigned” ( Hoch, 2013 , p. 20). Participants in this study indicated that priorities for many stakeholders have

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David P. Hedlund, Carol A. Fletcher, Simon M. Pack and Sean Dahlin

Florida. He has served in various roles for organizations in the fields of sport marketing, sponsorships, event management, collegiate athletic administration, student-athlete support services, and sport coaching. His research interests include organizational behavior, human resource management, the

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Evie Oregon, Lauren McCoy, Lacee’ Carmon-Johnson and Angel Brown-Reveles

of courses, including sport law, sport ethics, sport governance, and intercollegiate athletic administration. It works best as an in-class assignment that is divided into multiple parts. First, students should have a chance to discuss in small groups whether an intercollegiate coaching salary cap