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Head recruiting coach Joyce Wellhoefer outlines what families should know about whether they can talk with coaches at softball tournaments.
How do changes in NCAA hockey and football college commitments affect student-athletes in the college recruiting process?
Effective January 1st, 2013, men’s basketball players can start taking official visits to Division I programs. This new NCAA recruiting rule means, if you’re a junior not registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center and haven’t been talking
Opinion: Butler faces complex issues in Title IX compliance Butler University, NCAA basketball Cinderella, was recently accused of gender discrimination by the federal Office for Civil Right http://www.indystar.com/article/20120619/SPORTS0605/206190339/Butler-faces-complex-issues-Title-IX-compliance 5 College Football Recruits Who Definitely Made Commitment Mistakes
Division II of the NCAA has passed a new set of recruiting rules, effective June 15, 2012. These are important for any athlete who wants to play at the college level – even if your first choice
We would like to thank Coach Randy Taylor for all the insight he has provided the last two weeks. His behind the scenes look at how college coaches recruit elicited a wonderful response from our loyal readers
SI.com recently ran a story about senior Houston Cypress Ridge quarterback Russell Shepard (Takkle.com’s No. 1 ranked prospect) who is currently committed to LSU. Shepard has spent the last few days in Florida, preparing for the Under
A Great Response to “Separate Yourself by Being Proactive in Athletic Recruiting” California Dad Says: December 3rd, 2008 at 2:10 pm editCharlie makes some excellent points. Marketing is the key to exposure. Thanks to all the great advice
When a college coach offers an official visit, as I told you last week, it means that you are being seriously recruited by that program. Coaches bring prospects to campus for official visits in order to show
“How do I get discovered?” It is the single most asked question I get from potential recruits. Well, there are many ways to get “discovered,” but the easiest is to reach out proactively to college coaches. I always recommend