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Ishaan Jagiasi Talks About His Experience As A Walk-On Athlete
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Ishaan Jagiasi Talks About His Experience As A Walk-On Athlete

By Lilia Farach|May 19, 2022

Athlete Interviews are posted every Thursday for recruiting advice, what to look for, and more. Ishaan Jagiasi is in his third-year of college majoring in Economics and plays for the men’s basketball team at Penn State. Ishaan played high school basketball at West Virginia powerhouse Huntington Prep, a school that produced NBA players Miles Bridges,...

4 Ways Track Stars Can Create a Balanced Workout Routine in the Off-Season 
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4 Ways Track Stars Can Create a Balanced Workout Routine in the Off-Season 

By Catherine Light|May 19, 2022

Arguably one of the hardest times in your training is the off-season. Those days you have to motivate yourself to workout alone, push past your limits and stay in a routine during the hottest months of the year. It’s honestly the worst, but like anything, if you make a system to combat these struggles, your...

15 Questions for Professional Soccer Player, Michael Kirk (Recruiting Advice, Training Tips, and More!)
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15 Questions for Professional Soccer Player, Michael Kirk (Recruiting Advice, Training Tips, and More!)

By Ethan Bradford|May 19, 2022

The journey to becoming a professional athlete is filled with tons of tasks and obstacles along the way. Training and working on your game in high school, getting that college team offer, and then making it professionally is the typical sequence of events for an athlete who has big aspirations of taking their game to...

Two Big Reasons Keeping In Touch With Your College Coach After Graduation Matters
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Two Big Reasons Keeping In Touch With Your College Coach After Graduation Matters

By Lilia Farach|May 19, 2022

Networking? It’s important. Every college athlete has one goal in mind, graduation and an amazing athletic season to end your college years well. Here is why it is important to keep in touch with your college coach after graduation. Networking Networking is the action or process of interacting with other people in order to exchange...

A Year-By-Year Recruiting Guide (and 15 Tips to Get Ahead in the Recruiting Process)
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A Year-By-Year Recruiting Guide (and 15 Tips to Get Ahead in the Recruiting Process)

By Jacob Lee|May 19, 2022

By starting the recruiting process early, you will understand and enjoy the experience more. You will be prepared to communicate with the coaches and team members, plus the excitement will build in anticipation for official visits. Be proactive! Reach out to coaches first, send a highlight reel of your high school athletic career, and even...

The Recruiting Perspective from High School Basketball Coach, David Yates
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The Recruiting Perspective from High School Basketball Coach, David Yates

By Bryana Hopkins|May 18, 2022

Coach Interviews are published the 1st and 3rd Monday of every month to give athletes advice and an idea of what coaches are looking for. Dave Yates is the girls’ varsity basketball coach at Fremd High School in Palatine, IL. Being a high school coach, he has a different perspective on the recruiting process, and...

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