• Potential costs of an exclusive athletic identity

    Erica Beachy| Applied Sport Psychology · Education · Mental Health · Performance · Theories · Well Being BelievePerform Athletic identity is defined as the degree to which an individual identifies with the athlete role (Brewer, Van Raalte, & Linder, 1993). Athletes are usually rewarded for complete commitment to being an athlete and placing their sport

  • Recruiting

  • BHSN’s Recruiting Interview with Tim Livingston

  • Nutrition

  • How Sports Hydration Affects Your Performance

    STACK | Mason Woodruff | August 7, 2015 Let’s face it, sports hydration isn’t sexy. There’s nothing exciting about monitoring your hydration or drinking more water. However, if you skimp on H2O,  you could be seriously limiting your athletic potential. Time to revisit a few aspects of the relationship between dehydration and performance that you

  • College Planning

  • ACT announces changes to college reports that could drive admissions decisions

    Examiner.com | June 22, 2015 | Nancy Greisemer ACT proposes to pass judgment on chances of success in ways that are patently unfair to individual students. About a year ago, the ACT organization announced what appeared to be subtle changes for 2015-16, mainly in the Writing section of the test. In a carefully worded news