Injuries pose a threat to the athletic careers of many collegiate athletes. According to a study published in the American Journal of Sports Medicine, 70% of athletes claim to play or played with an injury in college. High school athletes
If you are a soccer player interested in playing sports in college, listen to our panel of experts discuss the most important things to focus on throughout the recruiting process. This webinar will make sure you know exactly what to
Leading up to September 1st, we received a crazy amount of calls and emails. Parents and student-athletes had been asking the same kinds of questions about what is going to happen and if their student-athlete is going to get a
The following post features excerpts from the SportsRecruits Recruiting Guide for student-athletes. For a confident and fun recruiting process, access the complete guide here. Athletic Scholarships Athletic scholarships at the NCAA Division I and Division II levels are a
The summer circuit is just about over, which means the big recruiting season is just around the corner. September 1st officially kicks off the start of the fall recruiting season. This webinar will make sure you hit the ground running!
The following post features excerpts from the SportsRecruits Recruiting Guide for student-athletes. For a confident and fun recruiting process, access the complete guide here. NCAA Contact Rules For Student-Athletes Questions frequently arise around the contact rules between high school
Crush the Summer Recruiting Circuit: Webinar Summary If you're attending showcases, tournaments, and other lacrosse recruiting events this summer and you're still uncommitted, this webinar will tell you everything you need to know to ensure you take the correct steps
Introduction If you are in the 2018 graduating class and have not yet committed, you’re probably starting to feel the heat. Fear not! We have a plan for you. If I could go back in time and give myself
Market Yourself to College Coaches: Webinar Summary Athletes who leverage their athletic abilities are more likely to be accepted into their reach schools. They're also more likely to find the right collegiate fit and have a positive collegiate experience.