(Flickr – NWABR) Long before Tebowing entered the lexicon and years before winning the Heisman Trophy, Tim Tebow broke records and caused controversy at Nease High School in Florida. Tebow, who was homeschooled, got to suit up
The new NCAA rules will allow a college coach texting athletes as part of recruiting for their program. Will you know how to reply?
(Flickr – Dustin Moore) The storied Bellevue High School football program is familiar with being featured in the press, but it’s currently in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons. An independent investigation concluded that the Bellevue
(Flickr – Tom Thai) Today thousands of people of all ages, shapes and sizes will run the 26.2 miles from Hopkinton to Boston, Massachusetts. While that much running may sound like punishment to many, the participants in
Choosing the right college is a big decision for both student-athletes and their parents. In recognition of importance of parental input, colleges will now foot the bill for parents to join their children on official visits. Quit
For the first time in ten years, a high school basketball player will skip college and enter the NBA Draft. Power forward Thon Maker, a Canadian prep star originally from the Sudan, has been ruled eligible by
This infographic about calling coaches will help you know how to make the best first impression when you talk to college coaches.
The UConn women’s basketball team won their fourth consecutive national championship last Tuesday. During this unprecedented title-run, the Huskies had a 151-5 record and routinely blew out their opponents. This year’s team was ridiculously dominant, winning every
Everyone wants to have a winning team, but a school district in Oregon is allegedly taking it to the extreme. The Lake Oswego High School softball team has been told that it will not receive any new
Consensus four-star junior quarterback Jake Bentley will skip his senior year and enroll at the University of South Carolina in the fall. He has completed the required classwork and received official approval from the NCAA, SEC and