This is the Freed-Hardeman University Women's Track scholarship and program info page. Here you will get information regarding the school and details on their Women's Track program like who to make contact with about recruiting, names of past alumni, what scholarship opportunities can be had and how to start the recruiting process.
Freed-Hardeman 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 the details you'll need. The Head Coach of the Freed-Hardeman University Women's Track program is Derrick Spradlin. Other major personnel include:
If you're interested in being a member of Freed-Hardeman University Women's Track program these are the individuals you'll want to get in touch with. It's possible to choose to get in touch with them by way of email using the link above or call the school to get more information about the college and Women's Track program before deciding if it's the best fit for you.
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NCSA offers student high school athletes the information and tools they need to improve their odds of being recruited by a Women's Track program, whether it is at Freed-Hardeman University or another school. Since 2000, NCSA has been connecting coaches and athletes which is a crucial component of the recruiting process. This year alone there are 40882 Women's Track high school athletes utilizing the NCSA technology, network and scouting experts to get their highlights in front of 6014 coaches at 1681 colleges Women's Track programs nationwide.
If you want to join the Freed-Hardeman University Women's Track program you have to begin to build relationships and a highly-visible, professional quality recruiting profile. Starting that process as soon as possible is essential to your success. So make your free profile to become a confirmed NCSA Women's Track student athlete and start connecting with coaches at the Freed-Hardeman University Women's Track program today.