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College Athletics: Walking On to a Team

Research shows that the number one factor leading to a successful college transition and a satisfying experience is getting deeply involved in at least one extracurricular activity. If you were a high school athlete and decided to forego the athletic recruitment process, you might find yourself missing the camaraderie of teamwork or the physical challenge inherent in competitive sports. Keep in mind ...

Student Athletes and The College Admissions Process

In our last post, we reviewed how and when a prospective student athlete should approach college coaches. We continue here by discussing what occurs once coaches begin to express serious interest in student athletes and how that affects their chances of admission. After months of keeping in contact with coaches and then making official visits, student athletes begin to narrow down their colleges ...

Contacting a College Coach—Advice for the Prospective Student Athlete

High school athletes devote many hours to their sport, and those who have been standouts on their team or in their league may want to consider playing in college. One of the biggest myths about college athletics is that coaches will find you if you are truly talented. Nothing could be further from the truth. College coaches are busy, and in an era of budget cuts, they cannot always travel to scout ...
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