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Swimming & Diving Rules Changes Address Risk Minimization, Championship Meet Policy

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Among the changes to high school swimming and diving rules for 2017-18 are ones that address risk minimization and requirements for use of the championship meet format.

Softball, Baseball Pairings announced on IHSAAtv.org

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

For the first time, this year’s pairings for the upcoming softball and baseball state tournaments will be revealed during an evening webstream.

Summer Rules Information

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

With summer fast approaching, this resource details definitions and Rule 15-3 relative to camps, clinics, football and moratorium dates.

Cato Scholarships to be presented to 13 Seniors

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

The Indiana High School Athletic Association, Inc. is pleased to announce this year’s group of 13 senior student‐ athletes who will be honored next week with the 2017 C. Eugene Cato Memorial Scholarship Awards.

Spring Area Principals Meeting Schedule

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

The Indiana High School Athletic Association, Inc. will conduct Area Principal Meetings during April to discuss proposed changes in the IHSAA By-Laws.

School Classifications Announced for Next Two Years

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

The Indiana High School Athletic Association has announced the new classifications for IHSAA member schools in six team sports for the next two school years. Please note the classifications for baseball and softball will be released in coming days.

Tip of the Week

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (4-17-17)
"Promoting education based athletics in Indiana"

Have you ever had a coach make the comment to you or a teammate by saying the words "you are thinking too much"? If so, what would those words mean to you? It more than likely means that you are "overthinking" or not playing by natural instincts.

Sports are played best by those who think less and play naturally. In other words, a baseball or softball player might overthink their time at bat by waiting for a perfect pitch. Regardless of the sport, there is always a scenario where "overthinking" is a detriment, rather than a plus.

Try to relax in those stressful situations and rely on those natural instincts.  Focus on your role, your training and how your coach has instructed you. If you block out all other distractions, you will be free to play to your best ability and do what comes naturally!

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