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Athletic Recruitment: Junior Year
by Megan Gibbs
A step-by-step guide to college athletic recruitment each year in high school. This week, we're discussing juniors!
Athletic Recruitment: Senior Year
by Megan Gibbs
A step-by-step guide to college athletic recruitment each year in high school. This week, we're discussing seniors!
Athletic Recruitment: Freshman Year
by Megan Gibbs
A step-by-step guide to college athletic recruitment each year in high school. This week, we're discussing freshmen!
Athletic Recruitment: Sophomore Year
by Megan Gibbs
A step-by-step guide to college athletic recruitment each year in high school. This week, we're discussing sophomores!
Tips and Terms for College Sports Recruitment
by CollegeXpress
Wondering for tips on recruitment? Here is the breakdown of all of the terms you need to know!
The College Recruitment Game
by Megan Gibbs
Whether you're a high school freshman or a senior, this is your college recruitment need-to-know introduction.
University Athletics from Recruitment to Enrollment
by Grant M. Gosselin
Being a student-athlete in a university or college environment can be an exciting and rewarding experience, but life as a prospective student-athlete is not always fun and games.
An Athlete's Winter Break To–Do List
by Megan Gibbs
Who is pumped for winter break? Although you don't have tests to study for or classes to attend, there is some homework that you should think about doing to push yourself further in the athletic recruitment process. Check out these five things to do during the holiday break. And if you're still trying to think of a nice gift to your parents, they might appreciate you taking care of a few of these items:
22 Essential Social Media Tips for College Sports Recruitment
by Megan Gibbs
So, what should you do with your social media profiles as a student-athlete hoping to get recruited by colleges? Here's a plan of attack for Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.
What is the NAIA?
by Megan Gibbs
As a college athlete, in general, you are either part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) or National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).
3 Reasons Why You Should NOT Count on a Full Ride to Play Your Sport in College
by Michelle Kretzschmar
The reality is that most college athletes do not have athletic scholarships. College athletic scholarships are the exception rather than the rule. Here's why.
To Play or Not to Play Sports in College
by Megan Gibbs
With time running out to make a decision on what to do with your athletic career in college, I hope I can help provide a little perspective.