People, Places, and Programs

Posted by | August 09, 2011 | News & Events | No Comments

Dr. Thomas. Rosandich attended the inaugural soccer game staged in part by the Business Council for International Understanding (BCIU) in the Miami Dolphins’ Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla., on Aug. 3. The event between Barcelona and Guadalajara sold out the nearly 75,000-seat stadium.

Dr. Jordan Moon, Department Head of Sports Fitness and Health, presented his findings of a clinical study conducted on Attitude’s Phase III® Recovery Drink at the world-leading sports nutrition symposium, the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Conference on July 8.

Academy National Faculty member Dr. Mike Hahesy recently returned from Thailand where he taught a course in sports strength and conditioning. Another national faculty member, Dr. Dave Shrock taught sports marketing in Thailand from 18-22 July. The courses are delivered in conjunction with the Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT) and are a part of the Academy’s international certification programs in sports management and coaching. Dr. Hahesy is an assistant professor at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania and teaches weight and strength training at the university. Dr. Shrock is a professor of Allied Health at Modesto Junior College in California and has coached track and field at the university, youth and recreational levels. He serves on the USA Track & Field Coaching Education Executive Committee.

Academy National Faculty member Terry Waldrop was named among the nation’s top 25 “Non-Division I” men’s basketball head coaches in the United States by CollegeInsider.com. CI’s Jason Belzer listed the Texas Wesleyan University head coach on the list that considered longevity, overall program success, graduation rates, Division I experience, recruiting and reputation amongst peers. Waldrop is Texas Wesleyan’s all-time winningest coach with an overall record of 245-131 and won the 2006 NAIA Division I national championship.

Academy National Faculty member Reggie Overton was named by the University of Pikeville as its new Director of Athletics.

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