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Open Access

Presentation Type

Poster Presentation

Department

Athletic Training

Abstract

This study aimed to discover the effects of hydration status, core temperature, sleep data, perceived exertion, and environmental conditions affected the GPS-tracked performance of women's division III soccer players. The results of this study support the association between internal load, hydration status, and environmental conditions with external load.

Faculty Mentor(s)

Tom Bowman Sean Collins Brittany Smith Robert Huggins

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Effects of Environmental Conditions, Core Temperature, and Hydration Status on Women’s Soccer Performance

This study aimed to discover the effects of hydration status, core temperature, sleep data, perceived exertion, and environmental conditions affected the GPS-tracked performance of women's division III soccer players. The results of this study support the association between internal load, hydration status, and environmental conditions with external load.