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The American Academy of Pediatrics reports that teenagers who do not receive at least 8 hours of sleep are more likely to be injured in sports activities.
Adolescent athletes who slept eight or more hours each night were 68 percent less likely to be injured than athletes who regularly slept less, according to an abstract presented Sunday, Oct. 21, at the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) National Conference and Exhibition in New Orleans.
Two years after knee surgery, Michael Cage Jr is one of the top basketball recruits in the country at Mater Dei HS
M.J. Cage is one of the top center prospects in the 2016 class. Here are highlights of Cage at the NBPA Top 100 Camp...
Makenzy Doniak starts this season where she left off last year. Makenzy opened the season with three goals and two assists as Virginia has jumped out to a 5-0 start following wins over Alabama and Samford this past weekend
Doniak's dancing feet on display for UVa women's soccer team
Logan Sweet running with the first team Wide Receivers at UCLAs mini-camp
USC received its ninth commitment for the 2015 class in Clayton Johnson (Anaheim, Calif. Servite) who committed at a noon announcement at his high school on Wednesday.
David Kruse named USA Gymnastics care coordiantor and lead team physician for men's gymnastics
Dr. Kruse to Serve As Athlete Care Coordinator and Help Lead Safety Standards for the Country’s Top Professional Gymnasts
To better understand what young athletes, parents and coaches are confronted with in youth sports, Safe Kids Worldwide surveyed 1,000 young athletes, 1,005 coaches and 1,000 parents. Despite greater public awareness about youth sports safety, we still found an alarming gap in what is being done to keep young athletes safe while playing sports.
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UCI baseball players - Sparks, Morales, Spencer - go in the first 8 rounds of the major league baseball draft.
The second day of the 2014 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft showcased eight Big West Conference players selected, joining a quartet of student-athletes picked on day one.
Four Big West Conference players were selected on the first day of the 2014 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, which marks the league’s highest total selections prior to the third round since 2005.
After using their last four first round and supplemental first round picks on high school players, the A's went back to the college ranks this year and drafted 3B Matt Chapman from Cal State Fullerton with the 25th pick in the first round.
A&M lost the commitment of Diana Ordonez to Virginia, a devastating setback for the 2019 class as she was recently moved to a Top 15 prospect nationally and one of the best attackers in the country. Not many top prospects left to fill the void, so this really was a gut punch to the class, which only has 2 commitments now.
Summarizing the Aggie football chronicles of the years 1990 through 1999 could generously fi ll several volumes. It is, after all, a decade beginning with a conference title won on a now-illegal gadget play, and ending with a story of courage that literally inspired millions of fans nationwide.
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