Thanks for visiting the Francis Marion University Men's Track scholarship and program details page. Here you'll get information regarding the college and details on their Men's Track program like who to contact about recruitment, names of past alumni, what scholarship opportunities are available and ways to begin the recruiting process.
Francis Marion University Men's track Program Coaching & Recruiting Personnel
If you're hoping to get recruited it's important to understand who to build a relationship with - and NCSA provides the details you need. The Assistant Coach of the Francis Marion University Men's Track program is David White. Additional major staff include:
If you're interested in being a member of Francis Marion University Men's Track program these are the individuals you'll want to get in touch with. It's possible to choose to contact them by way of email using the link above or call the college to get additional details about the school and Men's Track program before deciding if it is the best fit for you.
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NCSA gives student high school athletes the information and tools they need to enhance their chances of being recruited by a Men's Track program, whether it's at Francis Marion University or another college. Since 2000, NCSA has been connecting coaches and athletes which is a crucial component of the recruiting process. This year alone you'll find 40716 Men's Track student athletes making use of the NCSA network, technology and scouting professionals to get their highlights before 5947 coaches at 1589 colleges Men's Track programs all over the country.
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