3 Ways You Can Enjoy Those Turkey Leftovers – And Still Work On Your Recruiting

Just because it's Thanksgiving doesn't mean the recruiting process stops. Here are 3 easy ways to work on your recruiting this long weekend.

What We’re Thankful For: Parents of Student-Athletes

Check out these stories from parents of student athletes who have gone through the college recruiting process.

Learn How Loyalty and Dedication Will Help You Play College Soccer

Watch this video to hear recruiting expert Jeff Schlicht describe how it took loyalty, dedication and perseverence to play college soccer.

This Football Event Helped Student-Athletes Prove Their Athletic Prowess [Video]

Check out this video from a football event with the Parisi Speed School.

Learn What Makes This Olympic Trialist Perform Her Best

Join Olympic trialist Tania Archer - a University of Alabama women's track alumna - to learn about setting star goals and staying motivated.

What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up? These Surprising Fields Might Help You Have a Career In Sports

These 10 surprising fields might help college student-athletes make a career in sports after they've graduated.

Can Being a Student-Athlete Become Too Demanding?

For a student-athlete feeling overwhelmed at times is unfortunately part of being an athlete working toward a college scholarship.

What You’re Texting Might Hurt Your College Chances

When would texting hurt your college chances? More often than you might think. Social media for students, and texting, are important.

Trying to Decide Whether to Decommit? You Should Know When It’s Allowed

Deciding whether to decommit from a college is a serious matter. You need to know how to decommit before you sign a letter of commitment.

Check Out How Kristin Heidloff Found The Right Women’s Basketball Match At Georgetown

Kristin Heidloff, basketball recruiting expert and former DI women's basketball player, describes a college basketball scholarship journey.