Greg Shell, the Women’s Assistant Volleyball coach at Central Connecticut State University, offers advice on the recruiting process.
Chris Allen, the Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach with St. Louis University, shares his recruiting tips features a funny story.
Updated 3/15/2020 With the rapid rise of COVID-19 around the United States, college sports have come to a screeching halt. Winter and Spring NCAA activities have been canceled, and the NCAA instituted an emergency “dead period” through April 15th (for NCAA … Continued
See the end of this blog post for Suzie Hinman’s biography and info on her new guide for recruiting website. Contacting a coach can be an intimidating process. It is hard to know what information to include in the message or … Continued
Myth #1: If you are good enough, college coaches will find you. Don’t wait for coaches to come to you; they may never find you. There are thousands of other talented athletes looking to play in college, so it is easy … Continued
As if deciding where to attend college wasn’t already a difficult decision, being an elite athlete also means that you need to factor in playing sports into this decision. While there are certainly many factors to consider, you need to … Continued
Author: Suzie Hinman LockeCoach, Butler Community College Prospective student-athletes embark on a treasure hunt for this elusive jackpot known as a full-ride. Unlike Captain Jack Sparrow with his compass or the Goonies with their map, there is no specific road map … Continued
So you are a high school player who wants to play soccer at the collegiate level? Do you have a plan to get there? Do coaches at your target schools know who you are? If you answered no to any … Continued
Scroll through to learn 22 things–in no particular order–that college coaches look for when recruiting: Can You Play College Sports?Take the 4 minute quiz to see if you have what it takes for NCAA sports. Take the QuizClick Here
This article explores the expectations and temptations athletes encounter as they enter into the college world, I have listed 5 things that can assist in easing stress and helping success.