Monthly Archives: April 2012

3 Tips for Injured Athletes in the Recruiting Process

Being a student-athlete is hard work. It takes a lot of dedication, organization, physical and mental strength. Athletes identify themselves …
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Women Can Play College Football Too?

We recently had an athlete phone in with an interesting question: why can’t girls earn football scholarships? The truth is …
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College Recruiting Mistakes #1: NCAA Core Courses

Sometimes the best way to learn about mistakes you could be making in your own recruiting is by realizing the …
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Your NAIA Scholarship Options

Not many high school student-athletes are aware of the athletic scholarship opportunities at NAIA colleges. The National Association of Intercollegiate …
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4 Critical Questions to Answer Before Choosing a College

Deciding where you go to college is one of the biggest choices you will make in your life. College is …
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What a College Coach Needs to Know About You

We all know that the secret of recruiting is being proactive and letting the coaches know about yourself….but when you …
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3 Reasons To Attend College Rowing Camps

Collegiate rowing was one of the best experiences I have had in my life. As a freshman at UC Davis, …
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How Some Parents Cost Their Athletes Scholarships

Contacting Us Is Encouraged This past week I fielded a phone call from a concerned parent trying to become educated …
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Key to Recruiting: Understanding the NCAA Core Course

It’s important to know what you are getting yourself into before jumping head first into something as big and at …
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Is It Too Late to Be Recruited by a College Coach?

Depending on your sport, you may not be too late. Football’s signing date closed on April 1st and basketball’s NLI …
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