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That might have been the most meaningless and un insightful article I have ever read. It may be true that football and basketball make money, and everything else loses money. It might also be true that lacrosse is one of the most money losing enterprises in D1 sports. But based on this article, how the heck do we know? The article doesn’t say anything other than a list of figures, along with some very broad speculation.

The gains and losses are based on what? What went into this study, and what was left out?

Also, the revenue sports made money and the non revenue sports lost money. In a follow up, the sun is expected to rise in the east, it will be cold in the winter, and a bear was observed relieving itself in the woods.

Big surprise that the sports that require somewhat specialized facilities (track, lacrosse, hockey, soccer, swimming) cost more than those that can be played in a multi use gym facility (say, volleyball) or don’t need facilities at all other than a locker room (say, cross country).

Another big surprise: the NC$$ produces a report that shows that the money making sports make a lot of money, and the also rans are a financial drain. Does the report give any consideration in the figures for the multiple uses (or non uses) of costly facilities? Does it discuss how the entire university and the surrounding community benefits from the presence of a pool or a track or an athletic field (unlike the fields and courts for the revenue sports, which are generally off limits to anyone without God’s permission to walk on the hallowed grounds or hardwood). Does it mention, for example, that pools are used by the entire student body, the water polo team, and frequently are also rented out to club swim programs for use when the swim team is not practicing? Or that schools will make their athletic facilities available for all sorts of high school and youth sports events and tournaments? I would be shocked to find out that local youth basketball tournaments are held on the varsity court at Rupp Arena, or that a youth football championship was played within view of Touchdown Jesus. How are those factors considered?

The article states, “you name it, and colleges lose money on it.” Leave it to the NC$$ and the WSJ to imply that collegiate athletic programs exist for profits, not for the competition and other things that sports programs bring. “Thank you for watching our 30 second spot about athletes that do not go pro. We will now return to our 24 hour coverage of ex jocks shilling for big name football and basketball programs that exist almost solely for producing your next generation of NFL and NBA players, interspersed with endless Bud Lite and ‘Built Ford Tough’ truck commercials.”

For that matter, we might as well list how much of a financial “drain” that troublesome Political Science department is, or how much money is wasted on buying materials for that stupid library.

Finally, how obscene is it that the University of Florida made $50 Million on football and basketball last year? Where, exactly, did that money go, and what was the “cost” to the university to turn that sort of a profit?

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Another point: Something that doesn’t get considered is the number of students who attend a college and pay tuition because they can continue to play their sport there. I saw an article was it here on laxpower? about the growth of D3 football because schools know that kids want to keep playing so they offer the sport and then collect tuition from the kids,
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which turns the sport into a money maker for the school. I suspect that the growth of lacrosse has been spurred at least in part by the same considerations. If lax loses $600K but 40 kids attend the school and pay $30k/ea. in tuition, the bottom line is that lax brought the school $600K in extra revenue, it didn’t cost the school a penny.

This is exactly why you don’t see D1 mens lacrosse teams breaking out at places like Michigan, Florida State, BYU, etc. In fact, the costs of adding a D1 mens team are actually much higher than this article suggests, because you typically have to add two money losing womens varsity teams for Title IX.

Schools are adding D3 mens teams, however, to make money. D3 costs are less than D1, and lax helps the schools attract two things they need more of (i) additional male students and (ii) students who are willing/able to pay full freight tuition.

I don’t think anything is going to cause growth in D1 mens lax. But here are a few ideas that would at least lower the cost of keeping a team around:

1. Reduce or eliminate D1 lax scholarships. The 12 permitted schollies don’t really make that much impact on college affordability once they are split up among 45 players, but they do raise team costs. Just get by with merit and financial aid like the Ivy and Patriot Leagues do.

2. Set a roster size limit of 30 players. You really don’t need 45 to 50 kids on the squad. This would cut the direct costs of the mens team and would also reduce the cost of balancing a mens lax team out for title IX.

3. Except money making sports from the Title IX calculations. Mens hoops and football generate the cash that pays for all the non revenue sports. Just require the schools spend that net revenue equally on mens and womens non revenue sports.

Has anyone actually read the report? It is available for download on the NCAA site. An interesting read. Can anyone say, “too many feb. and early march games”

Contrary to gist of the article and at risk of riling title niner’s out there, if you list both men’s AND women’s sports (which are broken out in the report) Men’s lax goes from 3rd most expense to like 13th behind the following:

Women’s: basketball,crew, field hockey, gymnastics, ice hockey, soccer, softball, track and field, and volleyball.

Men’s : baseball, track and field

Some numbers are staggering. women’s basketball loses roughly twice what men’s lacrosse loses. Biggest problem on the women’s side is even the bigger sports cannot generate revenue.

Oh, and when you look at the break outs of football championship schools (non bowl) as opposed to Bowl schools ALL sports lose money and men’s football leads the way followed by men’s and women’s basketball, and men’s and women’s ice hockey.

1. Reduce or eliminate D1 lax scholarships. The 12 permitted schollies don’t really make that much impact on college affordability once they are split up among 45 players, but they do raise team costs. Just get by with merit and financial aid like the Ivy and Patriot Leagues doSome of your other ideas are good. On this one you speak as a man who doesn’t work pay check to pay check. As an example, a kid goes to a SUNY D I school, is a pretty good player and gets tuition paid for or close. Each team has a number of guys in this situation. If my kid lives at home and commutes I’m paying for transportation and books. Even if they live there it might cost an additional 12K. I’m sure you can see how that opens the door for many guys who come from families barely getting by. Even at the private colleges, a guy gets 5K per year say. That’s 20K over 4 years. That’s a lot of money to most people . Also, these student athletes are unable to work which means college in the end will cost them that much more. Kids get monetary considerations for all sorts of talent like band. theatre, singing, etc. Heck, even the organist who plays at Sunday Service on campus gets a 1/4 scholarship at my daughter’s school.

Interesting report. Here is the deal on college sports. Except for D1 football and D1 mens hoops at the BCS schools,
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Carissa Sue Marcy was scheduled to make an initial appearance in district court in Minot on Monday. She is charged with criminal trespass, a Class C felony, theft of property lost, mislaid, or delivered by mistake, a Class C felony, possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor, and false reports to law enforcement,
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According to the probable cause affidavit filed with the court, a witness called the police after he saw Marcy go into a trailer at 5004 18th Avenue SE and remain there for up to 10 minutes. An officer reported that the front door of the trailer had been forced open and the place appeared to have been ransacked.

When she was stopped, Marcy allegedly gave an officer a driver license belonging to an 18 year old woman. He thought she looked older. When he asked for more information, she was not able to answer questions correctly. The owner of the license told police that the driver license had been in her wallet last September. She left the wallet on top of her car while she stopped in Jefferson Trailer Park and accidentally drove off with it still on the car. She had only driven a block before she remembered and went back to get the wallet, but the wallet had already gone missing.

Police found the wallet, along with credit cards, in Marcy possession on Friday.

Police impounded the car Marcy was driving because it had expired registration and no insurance. Marcy had claimed she purchased the vehicle, but didn provide a title. The glass pipe was found under the driver seat of the vehicle.

Marcy is also charged with stealing check blanks from a family member and cashing the forged checks at a local bank in May. The total amount stolen was $7,375.49. Marcy is charged with Class C felony forgery or counterfeiting in that case. She also made an initial appearance on that charge on Monday in district court.

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One problem is the presumption that you need a single strategy to be successful. Not true. Companies that become successful usually have two strategies.

It’s like building an airplane designed to fly at 500 miles per hour at an altitude of 30,000 feet. To do that takes a certain amount of engine power and a streamlined design with minimum drag. But that’s not enough.

You have to get the airplane off the ground in the first place. That takes wheels, wing flaps and a lot more engine power than you would need at 30,000 feet. You need two strategies: to take off, and to fly.

FedEx is a global package delivery and logistics company serving 220 countries and territories. But it didn’t start that way. Federal Express, its original name, started as a domestic air cargo carrier, competing with market leader Emery Air Freight.

Federal Express’s initial strategy was to be “cheaper, cheaper, cheaper.” In other words, to be less expensive than Emery on all three services: overnight, two day and three day deliveries.

But it didn’t work. Federal Express lost $27 million, when $27 million was a lot of money. So what next?

Many companies would have tried to expand the business in order to make money. Perhaps by adding international service. But not Federal Express.

It did what every money losing business ought to do. It narrowed its focus in order to stand for something. In the case of Federal Express, overnight service.

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If you can’t win in the short term, your long term future is in serious doubt.

Henry Ford’s first automobile was the Model A, which sold 1,708 cars in the year 1903. The next year, Ford introduced three new models (B, C and F,) but managed to sell only 1,695 cars. That made a deep impression on him.

So when he finally introduced the Model T in 1908, he announced to his staff: In the future we were going to build only one model, that the model was going to be Model T.

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With eight models, Jeep is the world leader in SUVs, but it didn’t start that way.

Jeep went into production in 1941 specifically for the military, making it the oldest four wheel drive mass production vehicle in the world.

Toyota arrived in the American market in 1958 and became the largest selling Japanese vehicle brand. But it wasn’t until 31 years later that Toyota introduced Lexus which became the largest selling luxury Japanese vehicle brand.

Suppose Toyota tried to introduce the two brands together, Toyota and Lexus. Would that have worked? I think not. It was the success of Toyota that made the success of Lexus possible.

It started with one product, a moisturizer called “Oil of Olay Beauty Fluid.” If Oil of Olay never became famous, the Olay brand would never have become famous either.

Chanel is a $2.9 billion global brand selling clothing, watches, jewelry, cosmetics, eyewear and Chanel No.5, one of the world’s most famous perfumes. But it didn’t start that way.

It started with the Chanel suit, designed by Coco Chanel.

Coach is a $4.5 billion global brand selling leather goods, dresses, shoes, jewelry, watches and sunglasses. But it didn’t start that way.

Procter Gamble is a $65.3 billion global company, but it started in 1837 as a maker of soap and candles. And the seeds of its modern success can be traced to what the company did in 1879, 42 years later. That was the year Procter Gamble introduced Ivory soap.

You can’t do everything at once.

There are a number of companies trying to create “lifestyle” brands by doing everything at once, including Shinola in Detroit.

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The guys who ordered this fashion coup come from the entertainment and sports industries, and your Mad Men days may be numbered.

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A survey of the current fashion literature suggests there are some fresh from the city clothing terms to arm yourself with as you enter the menswear fray:

STREET: That big city aura. Part 7 Eleven and part socialite, street is high end reproductions of your personal favorites, mostly active wear. It means Prada is now making your sweatshirts and sneakers for $1,000. You might be mugged on the street for this.

Undercurrent of defensive aggression: What you’re trying to project with your peacoat over your sweatpants.

Classic Americana Box: This is the opposite of street. Khakis.

Establishment, Heritage or Legacy Companies: What you can’t wear anymore unless you mix with sneakers and sweatpants and then put your peacoat on top.

Walkability: What you get from a pair of original Nike Air Jordan 1s.

Vibrancy: You will attract attention.

Diversity: You will look like Kanye West.

Oversize silhouette: You will look homeless.

Patricia Gannon covers society for The Acadiana Advocate.

Ringing in the New YearNo one knows glamour like the Petroleum Club, and its New Year’s Eve gala was old school elegant. There were more fur coats and finely dressed men than anywhere else in town, and just getting started were Delores Lanza, Peter and Kathy Piccione, society regulars Morgan and Helen Goudeau and always uptown Sal and Madeline Ghandour. Some things should never change, and this is one of them.

Ten, Nine, Eight, Seven Out with the old and in with the new. Matt Chiasson hosted a New Year’s Eve bash, both in honor of his brother and to debut Lafayette’s spiffy new hot spot,
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The Grouse Room. Some 500 guests crowded into La Marquise for the stretch limo, rafter shaking shindig, among them Hollywood handsome Luke Jordan and wife Emily, Jill Chiasson Jordan, Aimee and David John, Paul and Jhan Beaullieu, Rick and Susan Randol, girl posse Jeanne Lousao, Susan Nini and Gina Betansky, Sinatra singer Spencer Racca, Anson Trahan and pretty Jada Talley. Simply the place to be that night, and if the Chiasson family charm is any indication, The Grouse Room will be also. What we loved: The Advocate’s own Marsha Sills doing the Lindy Hop with the Lafayette Swing Dance Society.

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Jennifer LeBlanc hosted family and friends in her Wilbert Street home for a fabulous start to the New Year. Jennifer’s “casual” means a full on, sit down dinner for 15 or 20 and food to make a chef jealous. On the lucky end of her largesse this time were Laura Ann Edwards, future pharmacist Anne Marie Thibodeaux, son Charles Piccione and pretty girlfriend Michelle Nguyen, Suzanne Thibodeaux, musician Charlie Reese, radio god Don Allen, Maria Breaux, Raoul Blanco, PR czar Aaron Martin, Jeff Roy and LSU engineering student Michael Leonpacher, who, incidentally, I taught long ago and for whom I take complete credit.
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Cheung, 36, and Silva Kwok had finished one of their first rounds of winter golf at the public course. After work, they fit in 15 holes.

Winter golf in Vancouver means withstanding colder, wetter weather but can also bring glorious, crisp days and a different view of your favourite links as your breath hangs in the air. Plus there is rarely a wait to play and the city’s public courses, like Fraserview, offer significant discounts. The midweek rate in August, before tax, is $58.50 while the same rate right now is 10 dollars less at $48.50. The super sunset, which means teeing off without enough time to finish all 18 holes, costs $22.25 in the warmer months and $19 through the winter. in summer.

Because Fraserview is on a southward slope that drains into the Fraser River, the course doesn’t become a boggy mess like other, flatter courses in the Lower Mainland. But that doesn’t mean the rain doesn’t soak players from above, said Derek Thornley, a PGA of Canada professional and the director of instruction at Fraserview.

“They almost dare each other to go out in the bad weather,” said Thornley, who continues to teach 12 months of the year. “It scares a lot of people but is quite pleasant because there are not a lot of people on the course.”

Like everything else during a Vancouver winter, dressing properly can make all the difference. The Vancouver Golf Tour hosts a winter season and membership comes with a Fenix Golf Canada pull over for additional warmth. They play up to three times a month until March.

“If you have the rights shoes and a jacket, you’re fine,” said Thornley. “The equipment doesn’t really change too much but because the air gets colder, the golf ball doesn’t travel as far as when it’s warm and dry.”

The cold air compresses the ball ,and golfers don’t get the same distance they would during the summer. For this reason, Thornley said many will leave some clubs at home such as their 4, 6, and 8 irons and carry only their 3, 5, and 7 irons.

“Since you have an umbrella and other heavy gear, it makes the bag lighter,” he said.

The par 72 Fraserview course plays differently in the November rain than in May sunshine, but the driving range is covered, heated and open year round. “You can continue your golf and your improvement,” said Thornley, who started at the course in the past year after he was the head professional at the Richmond Country Club. “You don’t always play the course itself. It’s a good time to work on their game for people who are serious.”

Andrew Johnson, the assistant golf shop manager at Fraservew, was spoiled by several seasons working in the Okanagan. Now, despite growing up on the North Shore, the 34 year old is a fairweather golfer. Never mind the snow, he said, “I don’t even golf here in the rain.”

But Johnson, who studied golf course managemetn at Selkirk College in the Kootenays, knows a thing or two about golfing in colder climates. He doesn’t like the bulk of added layers and said golfing in the snow is difficult and even dangerous because the ground is frozen solid. “You’re got to be careful,” he said.

One advantage is that the water traps are likely frozen, too. “The ball bounces off the top of just sits on top,” he said.

Cheung golfs 12 months a year in Canada and in places like China, Thailand, Phoenix and Vegas warm and even tropical locations he visits for work and play. Through the winter, he plays three or four times at Fraserview.

“We go until sunset with white golf balls and then when it gets to the point where you just can’t see them anymore, we switch to these neon yellow balls. Then, if you really want to get hard core, they make these balls now where they glow. There’s a light inside. They work. The darker it gets, the more effective they are,” he said.
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And they gathered to be instructed by a family that includes some of the best martial artists in the Pacific Northwest. The Yu family specializes in the ancient practices of wushu and tai chi. Wushu, a lesser known term to Westerners, also is known as kung fu. But it also is an overarching term for Chinese martial arts, which includes tai chi.

Parents Shaowen Yu and Jiamin Gao are both wushu masters, having met while at the same competition, but in separate male female events in China in the 1990s.

Jiamin has won 32 gold medals in tai chi competitions around the world, a record generally regarded to be among the best ever in masters. She talks about being instantly recognizable in China.

Shaowen also has trained in martial arts since he was a child and grew up practicing with film star Jet Li.

Their son, Alexander Yu, is following in their footsteps, already reaching international acclaim, with three gold medals from the World Tai Chi Championships in Warsaw, Poland.

So, right here in Portland are some of the best martial artists in the world.

“I don think it feels weird, because . the public life is about teaching and expanding this culture publicly, but here in Portland, it about expanding the culture,” says Jiamin, talking about the drastic difference of anonymity in the states versus stardom in China.

Though she and her husband have lived in the United States since 1992 and were married in 1998, she still not confident about speaking English, and in some phone conversations her son translates her Chinese to English.

“In China, they don believe that my mother is teaching here in Portland. They wondering why she didn stay in China,” Alexander Yu told the Tribune on behalf of his mother.

Now that Shaowen and Jiamin have children, they have no desire to return to China permanently. They dedicated to helping Chinese arts thrive in Portland.

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Dressed in white uniforms and special kung fu shoes, gym lights shining bright, students line up to practice, their faces serious with concentration. But those faces quickly give way to caring laughter the minute someone stumbles.

To Shaowen, it about building confidence and reaching a goal.

“You really build it up as a sequence to improve their skills. The main thing is, wushu can give lots of good things for the kids,” Shaowen says. He says the practice helps kids minds be more disciplined and helps them manage anger better.

Alexander initially leads the class in basic stretches and exercises before joining the lineup, which is then instructed by his mother and another master. After completing several forms with the class as a whole, Alexander ventures off to the side to practice tai chi by himself while the rest of the class continues wushu exercises.

Though Alexander has practiced wushu since he was 4 years old, he only recently transitioned into tai chi. He says he promised his family he try when he was a lot younger, but the slower art form takes more concentration, making it more difficult for young kids to get into if they can be still.

“I couldn get it back then,” Alexander says. He wanted to make the leap, he says, because his mother is a “Tai Chi Queen,” as newspapers in Singapore and Japan labeled her.

Alexander considers his parents his role models.

“They were so successful at it, and it feels good to be a second generation in this art and this culture,” he says.

The 15 year old Catlin Gabel School student traveled outside of the United States for the first time when he went to China in 2014 for the World Traditional Wushu Championship. The trip to Poland was his second outing.

He says he been enjoying the travel experiences for the most part.

“I was going to make a comment about driving,” he laughs. “It was quite scary at times, different language, people, culture. But then you can identify with culture . tai chi and wushu. You meet people who been doing what you been doing.”

He says that though at first competitions were intimidating, he grown to enjoy them, making new friends to connect with later on social media.

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“You have to earn the thrill of sledding down it,” Baughman said.

The state park is among the many natural sites across the Region that offer different sorts of recreational opportunities once the temperatures take a plunge and the snow begins to fall.

Sledding is being offered for the first time this year at West Beach in Portage, according to Park Ranger and Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore Public Information Officer Bruce Rowe.

A dune is being made available northwest of the main parking area, he said.

“It’s a good size dune,” Rowe said.

Sledders alsocan find a hill and a thrill at Oak Ridge Prairie Oak Savannah Trail park in Griffith, said Emily Trisler, communication specialist with the Lake County Parks Department.

Cross country ski options abound

Those wanting a little less of a rush can head over to Stoney Run County Park near Hebron for cross country skiing, Trisler said. each day when conditions are appropriate and there is even a place to warm up when skiers come off the trails, she said.

This year’s snowfall alsohas brought cross country skiers back to the Indiana Dunes State Park, Baughman said. There had not been enough snow for skiing the past couple of years.

“People have been chomping at the bit for good powder to cross country ski on,” he said.

Trails 2 and 10 are the most appropriate for the sport, Baughman said, though a damaged boardwalk on Trail 2 prevents making a round trip. The boardwalk is slated to be repaired this spring and summer.

Cross country skiing alsois allowed on other trails at the state park, but they pose trickier courses,
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Baughman said. All trails remain open to winter hiking.

More than five miles of cross country skiing trails alsoare available at Sunset Hill Farm County Park between Chesterton and Valparaiso, according to Porter County Park Superintendent Walter Lenckos.

“There’s some topography, especially for cross country skiing that makes it challenging at times,” he said.

The park is also a great place experience snow shoeing, he said. Snow shoes of all sizes are available for loan at the naturalist office.

“You don’t post hole nearly as much,” he said of the benefits of wearing snow shoes.

Cross country skiing and snow hiking also are welcome on the mile and half of trails at Brincka Cross Gardens in Pine Township, Lenckos said.

All four of the LaPorte County parks have trails that accommodate cross country skiing, according to the park department.

Luhr Park reportedly offers flat terrain for beginners and Bluhm Park offers hilly terrain and is great for intermediate skiers.

“We don’t groom the trails but you can blaze your own,” according to the department’s website.

Cross county skiers are welcome at any of the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore sites, Rowe said. One that is particularly popular and well suited for the sport is the Glenwood Dunes Trails near Chesterton.

Those visiting the park’s Visitor Center along Ind. Jan. 14 and 28 and Feb. 3, 11 and 17, Rowe said.

The free opportunity is available on a first come, first serve basis, he said.

LaPorte County’s four dog parks are also popular during the winter months, according to the department. Registration and permits are required for each dog.

Another traditional winter sport is ice skating and the Lake County Parks Department offers a safe and fun option at the Deep River Water Park, Trisler said.

“It’s a nice little loop,
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” she said. “You kind of feel like you’re going somewhere.”

Skating alsois offered at the William E. Urschel Pavilion at Central Park Plaza in Valparaiso. See the park department website for hours and details.