Intercollegiate Athletics Research

LSIA is a research-based entity. We continually strive to become one of the most influential college sport laboratories in the country. The potential for research related to intercollegiate athletics is expansive and is continutally growing, allowing us to expand its impact on the industry.

2014 Research

REFEREED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS - STATE/REGIONAL

Hudson, S., Fontana C., Overholt, H. (2014). Raising the Stakes in Intercollegiate Athletic Management: A Case of the Excellence in Management Cup. Poster presented at the annual conference for the College Sport Research Institute, Columbia, SC.

2012 Research

REFEREED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS - STATE/REGIONAL

Keiper, P., Hudson, S. (2012). Ascertaining the skills and abilities sport organizations cover in their recruits. Poster presented at the 2012 Education Conference hosted by HUIC Hawaii University, Honolulu, HI.

Bourgouis, A., LeUnes, A., Hudson, S., Meyers, M. (2012). Sport-spoecific assessment of psychological skills in youth sports: Confirmatory Foactor Analysis. Poster presented at the annual conference for the Southwestern Psychological Association, Oklahoma City, OK.

2011 Research

REFEREED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS - STATE/REGIONAL

Hudson, S., Bouchet A., Jones, K. (2011). Organizational Change: A case study of Long Beach State football. Poster presented at the annual conference for the College Sport Research Institute, Chapel Hill, NC.

Caplan, S., Bourgeois, A., LeUnew, A., Hudson, S., Meyers, M. (2011). Measurement of team orientation in youth sports. Poster presented at the annual conference for the Rocky Mountain Psychilogical Association, Salt Lake City, UT.

Hudson, S. (2011). An examination of state agent laws in regard to enforcement: What is the uniform athlete agents act and the sports agent responsibility and trust act and are they working? Paper presented at the annual conference for Sport, Physical Activity, Recreation and Law, Savannah, GA.

Meyers, M., Bourgeois, A., LaUnes, A., Hudson, S. (2011). Pain coping styles of nontraditional female athletes. Poster presented at the annual conference for the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Salt Lake City, UT.

Bourgeois, A., LeUnes, A., Hudson, S., Meyers, M. (2011). Sport-specific assessment of psychological skills in youth sports. Poster presented at the annual conference for the Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio, TX.

2010 Research

REFEREED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS – STATE/REGIONAL

Organizational Escalation and Retreat: A Case Study of Birmingham-Southern College’s Decision to Reclassify their Athletics Department. Paper presented at the annual conference for the College Sport Research Institute, Chapel Hill, NC.

Bourgeois, A., LeUnes, A., Meyers, M., Hudson, S. (2010). Pain Coping Styles of Nontraditional Female Athletes. Poster presented at the annual conference for the Southwestern Psychological Association, Dallas, TX.

Hudson, S., Bouchet, A. (2010). American Needle v NFL: The Biggest Lawsuit in Sports History. Paper presented at the annual conference for Sport, Physical Activity, Recreation and Law, Albuquerque, NM.

Bouchet, A., Hudson, S. (2010). An Examination of Ed O’Bannon’s lawsuit against the NCAA: What are the Implications of a Player’s Victory for the NCAA?

2009 Research

REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Clark, R.S. & Batista, P.J. (2009). Do BCS national championships lead to recruiting violations? A trend analysis of NCAA Division I (FBS) infractions.Journal of Sport Administration and Supervision, 1(1), (in press).

Clark, R.S. & Batista, P.J. (2009). Are female coaches held to a higher standard of athletics compliance? The theory of planned behavior and NCAA Division I (FBS) major recruiting infractions. Journal of Contemporary Athletics, 4(1), (in press).

REFEREED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS – STATE/REGIONAL

Organizational Escalation and Retreat: A Case Study of Birmingham-Southern College’s Decision to Reclassify their Athletics Department. Paper presented at the annual conference for the College Sport Research Institute, Chapel Hill, NC.

Bourgeois, A., LeUnes, A., Meyers, M., Hudson, S. (2010). Pain Coping Styles of Nontraditional Female Athletes. Poster presented at the annual conference for the Southwestern Psychological Association, Dallas, TX.

Hudson, S., Bouchet, A. (2010). American Needle v NFL: The Biggest Lawsuit in Sports History. Paper presented at the annual conference for Sport, Physical Activity, Recreation and Law, Albuquerque, NM.

Bouchet, A., Hudson, S. (2010). An Examination of Ed O’Bannon’s lawsuit against the NCAA: What are the Implications of a Player’s Victory for the NCAA? 

Hudson, S., Bourgeois, A., LeUnes, A., Meyers, M. (2009). Psychological Characteristics of High School Football Athletes. Paper presented at the annual conference for the Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio, TX.

Hudson, S., Clark, R. (2009). An Examination of the Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890: Should the NCAA status as a nonprofit educational association be questioned? Paper presented at the annual conference for Sport, Physical Activity, Recreation and Law, San Antonio, TX.

Hudson, S., Bouchet, A., Clark, R. (2009). An Examination of 501 (c)(3) non-profit organizations: Should donations to athletic departments and support organizations be tax deductible contributions? Paper presented at the annual conference for Sport, Physical Activity, Recreation and Law, San Antonio, TX.

Clark, R.S. & Batista, P.J. (2009). Do BCS national championships lead to recruiting violations? A trend analysis of NCAA Division I (FBS) infractions.Paper presented at the annual conference for College Sport Research Institute, Chapel Hill, NC.

Clark, R.S., Torres, M.S., & Batista, P.J. (2009). A typology of undisclosed recruiting violations in NCAA, Division I (FBS) athletic programs: Implications for policy development and compliance. Paper presented at the annual conference for the North American Society of Sport Management, Columbia, SC.

Clark, R., Batista, P., Hudson, S. (2009). Title IX and university athletic recruiting expenditures: Do NCAA Division I recruiting budget disparities meet the proportionality prong of Title IX? Paper presented at the annual conference for Sport, Physical Activity, Recreation and Law, San Antonio, TX.

Clark, R., DeLorme, J. (2009). Distrust and Antitrust: How major league baseball's antitrust exemption enabled the extermination of the Negro Leagues. Paper presented at the annual conference for Sport, Physical Activity, Recreation and Law, San Antonio, TX.

2008 Research

REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Hudson, S. (2008). Assessing Character during the Recruitment of Student-Athletes. Journal of Contemporary Athletics. Vol 3 Issue 3

Bouchet, F.A. (2008). A Look at Academic Reform, Student Athlete Compensation and the Case for a New Classification of Student-Athlete. Journal of Contemporary Athletics. Vol 3 Issue 3.

MULTIMEDIA PUBLICATIONS
Hudson, S. (2008). Sport management insights: Pre-Internship Interview Series. College Station, TX: Center for Sport Management Research and Education

REFEREED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS - NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL

Hudson, S., Sagas, M. (2008). The Freshman Learning Community (FLC) in Sport Management: Does it have an Impact? Paper presented at the annual conference for the North American Society for Sport Management, Toronto, Canada.

2007 Research

REFEREED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS – STATE/REGIONAL

Hudson, S. (2007). Assessing Character during the Recruitment of Student-Athletes. Paper presented at the annual conference for the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, Forth Worth, TX.