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Pete Carroll on Playing Multiple Sports

Going from the gridiron to the hardwood is one way to hit a college coach's radar. In fact, being involved in multiple sports is an important measure ...

Getting Noticed by College Coaches

Reality check: most high school athletes are not blue chip or five-star recruits. So coaches probably won't be kicking down your door or blowing up y...

Chill Out With The Pick-up

Interview By Josh Staph If you relied solely on pick-up basketball, you wouldn't improve your game much, because you'd play how you always play. You...

Johns Hopkins Lacrosse Recruiting Tips

With 43 national championship titles, the Johns Hopkins lacrosse program is one of the most storied in all of college athletics. The team's success w...

Getting a Lacrosse Scholarship

Interview By Josh Staph Sports like football and basketball are head count sports; each player gets a full-count scholarship. However, lacrosse is an...

Recruiting Tips from Auburn Football

Year after year, the Auburn University football team has been among the nation's best. Helping the Tigers reload their roster with top-tier players is...

Compete & Communicate

By Josh Staph During her 15-year tenure as the head women's volleyball coach at the University of Florida, Mary Wise has led the Gators to a perfect ...

Decode the meaning of your camp invitation

Being invited to a camp can mean two things: you got game and the coach wants to see it; or, the school needs warm bodies and is trying to make a buc...

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