No. If you want to be in sports during your college years you are certainly not required to turn professional. In fact less than 1% of all student athletes make it to the professional level.
An injured student should see a sports injury professional if rest is not taking care of their injury. You should also see a sports injury professional whenever you have severe pain after working out.
No, only college teams.
no, only college
Professional, no. College, yes.
Sports Illustrated covers many sports. The professional sports it covers are mainly NFL, NBA (and WNBA), NHL, MLB, and NASCAR drivers. The amature (or college) sports are college basketball (woman's and man's), college football, and college volleyball.
No because if they go straight to pro and as soon as they get kicked out or retire they have no other good paying job to do.
i would have to say no it isn't because most young men and women go to college to get a good education
You can apply for a sports scholarship, which can reduce the financial strain on the student and/or parents.
20 to 24 years
Perry Bromwell has written: 'The student athlete's handbook' -- subject(s): Handbooks, manuals, College athletes, College student orientation, College sports