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Universities Suffer

April 4, 2013 | by ISSCD | Leave a comment

Reflections

by Lee M. DelleMonache, M.S., Coordinator, Management & Planning, ISSCD When the public begins to believe that the value of the institution is to be measured by the success of its athletic teams, the core mission of the university is threatened…the value of an athletic program must ultimately rest on its support of and integration … Read More 
Louisville Basketball's Kevin Ware

A Broken Perspective

April 3, 2013 | by ISSCD | Leave a comment

Reflections

by Rosie Kays, Neumann University student-athlete (women’s soccer) Treasurer, Sport and Entertainment Management Club I had always thought that the perspective on Division I athletics was a bit skewed, but this weekend during the Elite Eight games, namely the Louisville University versus Duke University game, this became ever more evident. As many of you may … Read More 
CYO Basketball

The Best and Worst in Catholic Youth Sports

March 6, 2013 | by ISSCD | 1 Comment

Reflections

by Lee M. DelleMonache, M.S., Coordinator, Management & Planning, ISSCD I am very competitive and love to win. Over the years in my roles as a student athlete, a team chaplain, and a parent of athletes, I have lost championships and I have won them. I have been on the losing end of some hard-fought … Read More 

Spring Commissioning 2013

February 12, 2013 | by ISSCD | Leave a comment

Neumann News and Events

At the start of every sport season, our Neumann Knights are commissioned. “Commissioning” means that each student-athlete is blessed, and pledges to compete passionately and act with respect, integrity and perseverance. Last night, we held our Commissioning Ceremony for our spring teams: baseball, softball, golf, men’s tennis, women’s lacrosse, and men’s lacrosse. Together, about 150 … Read More 
Janell Burley Hofmann, "How I Found Joy in the Pain and Agony of Youth Sports"

How I Found Joy in the Pain and Agony of Youth Sports

January 4, 2013 | by ISSCD | Leave a comment

Reflections

by Janell Burley Hofmann,  Writer (originally posted on huffingtonpost.com) Since the last time I coached my son’s youth sports team, I have given birth to three daughters, his foot has grown larger than mine and now, not everybody wins. It has been six years, but it could have been yesterday, it could have been a … Read More 
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