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Joe Compagni
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Monmouth University • Women's Cross Country Head Coach (Retired), Men's Track & Field Head Coach (Retired), Men's Cross Country Head Coach (Retired), Women's Track & Field Head Coach (Retired)
Dan Hunt
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Franklin and Marshall College • Men's Football Coach / Offensive Coordinator
Mark Rothstein
80 Reviews
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University of Michigan • Women's Crew/Rowing Head Coach, Coed Crew/Rowing Head Coach / Rowing
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Recruiting Horror Story: My Senior Night Was the Worst Night of My Life
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Recruiting Horror Story: My Senior Night Was the Worst Night of My Life

By Anna Garrett|August 09, 2022

Recruiting Horror Stories are posted every Tuesday to provide athletes’ first-hand experiences of what can go wrong during the recruiting process. Skylar Singleton is a senior volleyball player at Saint Leo University, but from day one, her road to the finish line hasn’t been easy. Before she even started classes on Saint Leo’s campus (in...

It’s All Going To Be Okay: My Experience After One Year as an International Athlete
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It’s All Going To Be Okay: My Experience After One Year as an International Athlete

By Camila Cramer|August 09, 2022

After a year being an international college athlete at Rollins College, I can say that everything has been worth it. I started swimming competitively at the age of 12 and I never thought it would open many doors, but now I have realized that all the early morning practices, all the sacrifice I made, and...

Get Ready: 3 Must-Dos to Check off Your List Before a Recruiting Trip
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Get Ready: 3 Must-Dos to Check off Your List Before a Recruiting Trip

By Macy McHale|August 09, 2022

Recruiting trips can differ depending on the division, the time of year, your level of interest in the school, and for many other reasons. Because of this, there are not too many things you NEED to do before any type of recruiting trip–it’s all really individual! However, here is a list of 3 things we...

Been There, Done That: 5 Tips on How to Tour a Campus as a Transfer
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Been There, Done That: 5 Tips on How to Tour a Campus as a Transfer

By Caleb Myers|August 09, 2022

Some college athletes for a variety of reasons, may decide to transfer at some point during their athletic careers. If this is you, remember that when considering another university, it is important to tour the campus before declaring your intent to transfer, to be sure that the new campus will give the athlete satisfaction. We...

So, You’re a Mentally Ill Athlete: 5 Ways to Cope When Your Brain Won’t Cooperate With You 
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So, You’re a Mentally Ill Athlete: 5 Ways to Cope When Your Brain Won’t Cooperate With You 

By Sammie Grant|August 09, 2022

So you’re an athlete who struggles with mental health–first off, that’s okay. You fell victim to the sports-to-mental-illness-pipeline, which is unfortunately much more common than most people think. Nearly 42% of elite athletes meet the criteria for at least one mental health disorder, and that statistic is likely even higher, since there are probably many...

Monday Motivation: Lean on Your Team
There's Strength in Numbers!
Monday Motivation: Lean on Your Team

By 2aDays Staff|August 08, 2022

Some college sports are considered more individualistic than others (see: swimming and track), but all college sports take place in a team setting. Take advantage of this! As a college athlete, you have a built-in squad from the moment you set foot on campus.  Related: Rate your Coaches, Facilities, and Campus Visits My college swim...

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