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Why you need to Register  You need to be cleared by the NCAA if you are going to play NCAA DI or DII athletics You will not be able to go on ANY official visits unless you have registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center You can’t receive an official scholarship offers until you have registered […]


You can’t control the weather during your track meet, or how much time you play in a game, BUT the one thing you can control is your attitude. COLLEGE COACHES NOTICE EVERYTHING and you don’t want your attitude to interfere with your athletic recruitment process, which can lead to a great college experience. It surprises […]

FRESHMAN YEAR – Tips to Remember:

Coaches are always watching! – Trust me when I say this. Coaches are paying attention to everything you’re doing in the classroom and in your receptive sport. Be proactive, it’s never too early for YOU to write a letter or make calls to coaches. Get your name out there. DI and DII coaches can’t personally […]

Social Media – How to manage your personal account

Guidelines to follow for student athletes: Think of your recruiting journey like it’s a job interview – Put your best foot forward in everything you do, and especially EVERYTHING you post online. Once you hit that ‘send’ button your post goes live and stays FOREVER. Even if you delete a post quickly, it’s never really […]

CAMPUS VISITS – Official vs Unofficial

During the athletic recruiting process I HIGHLY recommend visiting the college campuses you are interested in. There is nothing like first hand experience. Seeing where you will live, how far the sporting facilities are from everything and your means of transportation around campus, if any, – all valuable information you can take away from a […]

Train for where you want to be

Train for where you want to be, not for where you presently are.