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Former Asst Commissioner Pat Roy Passes Away

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Patricia L. Roy, who retired as an assistant commissioner in 1999, passed away Tuesday morning in Florida where she resided. A memorial service has not been announced. She was 78.

Official Warning for Misconduct Given to Coaches in Basketball

Monday, May 15, 2017

Effective with the 2017-18 high school basketball season, play will be stopped and an official warning will be given to the head coach – and recorded in the scorebook – for misconduct by the coach or other bench personnel unless the offense is judged to be major, in which case a technical foul shall be assessed.

Paul Neidig named IHSAA Assistant Commissioner

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Paul Neidig, Chief of Staff and Director of Athletics of the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation (EVSC), has been approved by the IHSAA Executive Committee to serve as an assistant commissioner. His appointment is effective July 1, 2017.

Baseball State Tournament Pairings Revealed

Friday, May 5, 2017

A field of 384 teams will begin play later this month as the pairings for the 51st Annual IHSAA Baseball State Tournament Series were announced this evening in Indianapolis.

Baseball Pairings announced on IHSAAtv.org

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Join us Friday (May 5) at 7 pm ET / 6 CT on IHSAAtv.org as we announce the sectional pairings for the 51st Annual IHSAA Baseball State Tournament!

Alternate Two-Piece Uniform Approved for High School Wrestling

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

An alternate two-piece uniform consisting of compression shorts or shorts designed for wrestling and a form-fitted compression shirt has been approved for the 2017-18 season in high school wrestling. Wrestlers will have the option of the new two-piece uniform or the traditional one-piece singlet.

Tip of the Week

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (5-22-17)
"Promoting education based athletics in Indiana"

Every high school student-athlete faces challenges--in the classroom, in their sport, and even at home. It seems like there is always an obstacle to overcome.

Research is clear that it really does pay to be positive during difficult times. The benefits include enhanced health and longevity, happiness, career advancement, and athletic performance.

Writer Jon Gordon says that "positive people who regularly express positive emotions are more resilient when facing stress, challenges and adversity."

How can you become a more positive person? Tasting success in the classroom and on the athletic field will help, but should not be the determining factor. Try and make each day positive not only for you, but for someone else, as well!

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