Psychology of Losing

    In all sporting events there is a winner and a loser. No person with a competitive bone in their body enjoys being on the losing side of this elementary equation. Former football coach Vince Lombardi once said, “winning … Continued

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Mental Focus: Confidence

“Focus” is an increasingly important part of any sport, but for many athletes today, the concept is easier said than done. Not only the ability to concentrate on a particular goal, but knowing what the right goals to choose are. … Continued

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What Coaches Want: Attributes They Look for When Recruiting

Attributes coaches are said to look at when recruiting athletes. Although many people assume the main component is talent, there are said to be many other characteristics they look at in the process of recruiting. In this article there are ten attributes that are said to be considered in the process of an athlete getting selecting during the recruitment process.

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"5 ways to contact a coach"

This article gives an overview of 5 ways that you can get in contact with a coach. It talks about 5 ways in which you can get a hold of a coach and communicate with them when trying to look at colleges. The article explains the five different ways and details about each one.

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NCAA Contacting Rules for Athletes

This article talks about how and when the coaches can talk to you before you become an official student athlete at their university. Sets the guidelines from the NCAA as to when they can speak with you and when they are not allowed to do so; these rules insure that you are not bombarded when being recruited.

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Do Sports Contribute to Education?

      High school and college varsity sports have been considered a significant part of the American educational process for as long as the United States has been a developed country. The obsession with varsity athletics exploded after World … Continued

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