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3 Tips For Achieving a Healthy Work/Life Balance as a College Athlete
It's All About Balance
3 Tips For Achieving a Healthy Work/Life Balance as a College Athlete

By Kelly Wick|November 30, 2022

Being a college athlete means you have to wear many hats: athlete, student, friend, teammate, intern, and the list goes on. It can be stressful having to manage so many responsibilities at once, which is why it’s important to find a good rhythm to keep up with your hectic schedule. Here are a few tips...

What To Expect When It Comes To Division III Softball Offseason Training
The Grind is Year-Round!
What To Expect When It Comes To Division III Softball Offseason Training

By Madison Machado|November 30, 2022

It is no surprise to athletes that as a college athlete, the majority of your training happens in the offseason. So if you thought that the offseason was an actual “off” season, you would be mistaken. This goes for most sports, but let’s talk DIII softball. Here is a breakdown of when your offseason actually...

4 Pros and Cons of Attending Showcases and Camps as a Recruit
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4 Pros and Cons of Attending Showcases and Camps as a Recruit

By William Calhoun|November 30, 2022

Playing for your travel or school team are important, but usually still insufficient, parts of your recruiting process. One of the best ways to show coaches that you can play at the collegiate level is by showcasing your skills against peers, and showcases and camps allow athletes to display their skills in front of a...

Your Junior Year is Crucial: What to Expect With a DIII Football Recruiting Timeline
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Your Junior Year is Crucial: What to Expect With a DIII Football Recruiting Timeline

By Macy McHale|November 30, 2022

Every collegiate sport and division tends to have a different recruiting timeline, so your specific  timeline can be confusing, especially at the NCAA Division III level, which is much less publicized. The benefit of this, however, is that DIII recruiting has much more lenient guidelines. While DIII football coaches can technically contact recruits whenever they...

Daily Grind: Brown University Hockey Captain, Luke Krys
Grind Don't Stop!
Daily Grind: Brown University Hockey Captain, Luke Krys

By Nicholas Nathanson|November 30, 2022

It’s not easy being a D1 hockey player and balancing your time as a college athlete can be extremely challenging. Today, we will look at the daily schedule of Luke Krys, the captain of the men’s hockey team at Brown University. 8:00am: Wake up for Lift & Breakfast Luke likes to wake up around this...

Want to Wow Recruiters? Remember these 7 Components of an Effective Email to a Coach
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Want to Wow Recruiters? Remember these 7 Components of an Effective Email to a Coach

By Marissa Massaro|November 29, 2022

Getting noticed as a hockey recruit can be a challenge. There are 62 Division 1  NCAA men’s hockey programs and 90 Division II/III NCAA programs and in the United States, there are about 450,000 men’s ice hockey players. On the women’s side,there are 42 division 1 NCAA programs,72 division 3 NCAA programs, and about 210,000...

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