Monthly Archives: April 2015
The agenda has been finalized for the Great Lakes Region meeting Monday, May 4 at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. There is no charge for the meeting, which will include lunch courtesy of our University of Minnesota hosts.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell discussed the league’s efforts to strengthen its personal conduct policy through more aggressive enforcement and prevention measures during the Associated Press Sports Editors annual meetings with pro sports' leaders in New York City.
"Is it possible that there will be expansion in that five-year window you mentioned? It’s certainly possible, but I wouldn’t guarantee it.”
League’s brass discussed locker room access, possible expansion, increased revenue streams and officiating with APSE.
By JEFF ROSENThe Kansas City Star NASCAR racing has been around for decades, but CEO Brian France continues to stress changing with the times as...
By Paul Myerberg, USA TODAY Sports NEW YORK -- The sanctions levied upon Penn State’s athletic department in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal were...
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Ian Powers of the New York Daily News won first place in the Associated Press Sports Editors 2014 contest in Feature Writing for the Over 175,000 circulation category. Powers won for a series on New York’s NCAA Basketball Tournament history. He will be presented a first-place plaque at the 2015 APSE banquet. The banquet and awards dinner concludes the APSE Conference June 24-27 at The Westgate Hotel in San Diego, Calif.
Cory Giger of the Altoona (Pa.) Mirror won first place in the Associated Press Sports Editors 2014 contest in Project Reporting for the Under 30,000 circulation category.
The Observer team of Stephen Schramm, Bret Strelow, Robert Cohn, Andrew Craft and Raul R. Rubiera took first-place in the 30,001 to 75,000 circulation category for their tour of the courts that shaped North Carolina's basketball legacy.