Tag: athletic recruitment

22 Essential Social Media Tips for College Sports Recruitment

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Assistant Director of Online Marketing, Carnegie Communications

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. read more

What Student-Athletes Should Know Before Going on an Official College Visit

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Assistant Director, Online Marketing

If you end up being one of the chosen athletes to be whisked away on an official visit, make sure you are prepared so you and the coach both get as much out of it as possible. read more

4 Ways to Know a Coach is Interested

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Senior Assistant Editor, Scholarship Manager, Wintergreen Orchard House

Check out four ways college coaches are trying to show athletes their level of interest in them! read more

Athletic Recruitment: Senior Year

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Senior Assistant Editor, Scholarship Manager, Wintergreen Orchard House

A step-by-step guide to college athletic recruitment each year in high school. This week, we're discussing seniors! read more

Athletic Recruitment: Junior Year

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Senior Assistant Editor, Scholarship Manager, Wintergreen Orchard House

A step-by-step guide to college athletic recruitment each year in high school. This week, we're discussing juniors! read more

Get Your Game on at Summer Sports Camps

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Former Editor, Porter Sargent Handbooks

At sports summer camps, coaches evaluate premier players in one place without traveling to high schools all over the country, and previously unknown athletes can put themselves on the recruiting radar. read more

Athletic Recruitment: Sophomore Year

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Senior Assistant Editor, Scholarship Manager, Wintergreen Orchard House

A step-by-step guide to college athletic recruitment each year in high school. This week, we're discussing sophomores! read more

Athletic Recruitment: Freshman Year

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Senior Assistant Editor, Scholarship Manager, Wintergreen Orchard House

A step-by-step guide to college athletic recruitment each year in high school. This week, we're discussing freshmen! read more