Editor’s Corner

Supreme Court Hears Arguments About NCAA

The U.S. Supreme Court announced that it would review a case on whether the NCAA’s limits on compensation for student-athletes violates antitrust laws.

SportsEvents Launches New Website

After many months of planning and discussions, countless hours of work from our technical department, and future development plans, the new SportsEventsMediaGroup.com website is now live.

I hope you’ll visit the new site soon and see what we’ve been up to this past year …

Plan for Spooky Good Times in Sports This year

Halloween 2020 will go on this year thanks to sports organizers and venues offering spooky good times.

To add to the vibe this year, this October features two full moons – also known as a Blue Moon. The …

Youth and Local Sports Still Need Our Help

By Sherri Middleton

As sports have slowly been able to return to play in many communities across the country, the pause in play which started in March when the pandemic swept our country and the world has continued to leave its mark.

            Many organizations, national governing bodies (NGBs) and even …

Personal Next – How Elite Athletes Navigate Career Transition

By Sherri Middleton

I received a review copy of a book earlier this year that I’ve been trying to read here and there when I’ve had time. I finally sat down to read it recently and felt it was a good one to share with our sports industry partners.

            Personal …

Sports Tourism Matters

By Sherri Middleton, Executive Editor of SportsEvents Magazine

In May, VISIT Milwaukee released its final data from the Wisconsin Department of Tourism indicating strong growth in the tourism market for 2019.

Direct visitor spending totaled $2.2 billion.

The West Michigan Sports Commission (WMSC) announced that they had hosted the most youth …