By Kristine Meldrum Denholm, Special for USA TODAY High School Sports December 30, 2015
That moment when you realize you won’t play in college. Or beyond.
Now what? Can you still plan a career in sports?
Yes, consider studying sports management, says an assistant dean and three former high school athletes. All agree that sports business is a highly competitive field. Yet even if you don’t play at the NCAA level, you can still follow your passion by studying and working in fields such as sales, marketing, event planning, law, or facility management, they say. And that’s not even including sports medicine, athletic training, or coaching fields.
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