Carrie W. LeCrom, Ph.D.
LeCrom, C. W., Greenhalgh, G., & Dwyer, B. (in press). Seeing the world differently: An analysis of the impact of a sport related study abroad program on global mindedness. Journal of Applied Sport Management.
Greenhalgh, G., LeCrom, C. W., & Dwyer, B. (in press). Going green? The behavioral impact of a sport and the environment course. Journal of Contemporary Athletics, 9(1).
LeCrom, C. W., & Dwyer, B. (2014). From evaluator to insider: An academic’s guide to managing sport for development programs. Sport in Society, 17(11). doi: 10.1080/17430437.2014.982542
Dwyer, B., Eddy, T. & LeCrom, C. W. (2014). Destined to succeed? Team identification and the attributional bias of NFL fans. Journal of Sport Behavior, 34(4).
LeCrom, C. W., & Dwyer, B. (2013). Plus sport: The impact of a cross-cultural soccer coaching exchange. Journal of Sport for Development, 1(2), 1-16.BELOW
Dwyer, B., Drayer, J., Greenhalgh, G., & LeCrom, C.W. (2013). Substitute or compliment: fantasy football and NFL fandom. Marketing Management Journal, 23(2), 71-85.
Dwyer, B., & LeCrom, C. W. (2013). Is fantasy trumping reality? The redefined National Football League experience of novice fantasy football participants. Journal of Contemporary Athletics, 7(3), 119-139.
LeCrom, C. W., Selwood, J. P., Daldrup, P. & Driscoll, M. (2012). The impact of Nike project 40/generation Adidas players on Major League Soccer. Journal of Sport Administration and Supervision, 2, 32-40.
Martin, J., Eggleston, T., Seymour, V., & LeCrom, C. W. (2012). One-hit wonders: A study of contract-year performance among impending free agents in Major League Baseball. Nine: A Journal of Baseball History and Culture, 20(1), 11-26.
Dwyer, B., LeCrom, C. W., Tomasini, N., & Smith, G.A. (2011). The Richmond what?!? Branding and positioning a new minor league baseball franchise. Sport Marketing Quarterly, 20(1).
LeCrom, C. W., Warren, B. J., Clark, H. T., Marolla, J., & Gerber, P. (2009). Factors contributing to student-athlete retention. Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics, 14-24.