Fitness professionals are dedicated advocates of healthy lifestyles and excellent role models of the way health and fitness can affect a person’s confidence, skill sets, career choices, and have an impact on their communities.
In this crazy world, we often start to think more about what’s coming next in our lives rather than remembering to be grateful for the gifts we enjoy today.
“Coach” Potter served as Trinity’s Director of Intramurals for 33 years, retiring in 2000. The dedication ceremony will be held at 5:30pm on Friday, August 25 at the IM Field.
With tremendous sadness, we share that the NIRSA family lost one of its giants on Friday, June 9. Jesse A. “Tony” Clements passed away at the age of 68 after bravely battling brain cancer.
“NIRSA has become like a second family to me,” says Kyle Urban, Competitive Sports Coordinator at UCLA. “NIRSA is kind of a melting pot of a lot of things that are right in the world.”
NIRSA member Kurt Klier, Assistant Director of Sport Clubs at the University of Maryland-College Park, is featured in two articles in the June 2017 issue of Referee Magazine.
Professional tennis umpire Greg Allensworth's courts have been relatively controversy-free at elite-level matches over the years. But it was a controversial call he made while a student that gave him the confidence to pursue a career as an official.
It is with deep sadness that NIRSA shares the news that Dr. Lawrence Sierra passed away on May 6 at age 79 following complications from a stroke he suffered during the winter.
See what the officials from the 2017 NIRSA National Basketball Championships tournament have to say about their experience. With your help, NIRSA will continue to provide training to another generation of students who officiate.
It is with great sadness that NIRSA shares that Sarah Fain, a member of the NIRSA family for 23 years, passed away on Monday, April 3 after a bold and graceful battle with colon cancer.