Is it time for Athletic Directors to incentivize Coaches to Mandate Mental Health? 

Six college athletes have died by suicide in a little over two months and while athletic departments have expressed a desire to enhance mental health services – will there be any real change in mental health resources for college athletes. Coaches oftentimes comment that the game is 90 percent mental and ten percent physical. However,...

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College Athletics & Suicide

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Mental Health Matters

Mental Health has been a hot topic across the country within college athletics. Experts are continuously navigating how student-athletes can efficiently and effectively manage their mental well-being. Rodrigo Robles, on the JMU Men’s Soccer team is taking matters into his own hands to enhance and encourage his fellow peers to shed positive light on mental...