This is the Yale University Women's Track scholarship and program information page. Here you will get information about the school and information on their Women's Track program like who to get hold of about recruitment, names of past alumni, what scholarship opportunities are presented and how to begin the recruiting process.
Yale University Women's track Program Coaching & Recruiting Staff
If you're hoping to get recruited it is critical to understand who to get in front of - and NCSA has got the details you'll need. The Director of XC & Track/Field of the Yale University Women's Track program is David Shoehalter. Additional major personnel include:
- Head Coach Track and Field Marc Davis
- Head Coach Cross Country Amy Gosztyla
If you are considering being a member of Yale University Women's Track program they are the individuals you need to speak to. You can choose to get in touch with them by way of email using the link above or call the school to get more specifics about the college and Women's Track program prior to deciding if it is the best fit for you.
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NCSA gives student athletes the resources and info they need to increase their chances of being recruited by a Women's Track program, whether it is at Yale University or another school. Since 2000, NCSA has been connecting coaches and athletes which is a vital component of the recruiting process. This year on it's own you'll find 9302 Women's Track athletes utilizing the NCSA network, technology and scouting professionals to get their highlights in front of 3522 coaches at 1588 colleges Women's Track programs all over the country.
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