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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
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University of Michigan • Women's Crew/Rowing Head Coach, Coed Crew/Rowing Head Coach / Rowing
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5 Things I Wish I Would Have Known My Freshman Year With UCLA Beach Volleyball Player Lexy Denaburg
Hindsight is 20/20
5 Things I Wish I Would Have Known My Freshman Year With UCLA Beach Volleyball Player Lexy Denaburg

By Anna Garrett|October 03, 2022

Nobody knows what to expect in their freshman year of college. I mean how should you? There’s not a handbook that you get when you first arrive that tells you exactly what to do. But once you figure it out, it’s a great experience. Lexy Denaburg, a junior beach volleyball player at UCLA tells us...

Pima Community College Track Coach Chad Harrison on Why Junior College is Often the Better Route for Recruits
Is JUCO Best for You?
Pima Community College Track Coach Chad Harrison on Why Junior College is Often the Better Route for Recruits

By Royce Linder|October 03, 2022

If you’re a recruit who thinks that JUCO is a lesser option than the NCAA or NAIA, Chad Harrison might change your mind. Harrison is the head coach of the Pima Community College Track and Field Team. He has been working with the program for 15 years and has been the Head Coach for 11...

Athlete Feature: Joshua Hong’s Off-the-Field Advocacy
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Athlete Feature: Joshua Hong’s Off-the-Field Advocacy

By Isaac Haney|September 30, 2022

Joshua Hong is a Division I defensive back at the University of San Diego, where he is majoring in psychology. He also contributes on the field through special teams and rotates amongst USD’s secondary. During his time at USD, Hong has earned multiple academic honor roll honors and plans to enroll in law school after...

Why Division 3? 2 Pros and 1 Con to Consider in Your Recruiting Process
Perks of Going Small
Why Division 3? 2 Pros and 1 Con to Consider in Your Recruiting Process

By Jason Kenny|September 30, 2022

No matter what sport you play, if you’re comparing at the college level, it is not an easy task. Between competing, lifting, conditioning, and school work, from Division I to Division III, it takes a lot of balance and commitment. Even so, people are always discounting Division III sports because they think it is easier...

Green Mountain College Soccer Coach Dave Morris on Recruiting, Social Media, and More!
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Green Mountain College Soccer Coach Dave Morris on Recruiting, Social Media, and More!

By 2aDays Staff|September 30, 2022

Dave Morris’s career has been heavily impacted by college sports. Morris coached at four different colleges and universities before landing in his current job as a college counselor and CEO of CollegeAthleticAdvisor.com, so he’s used to helping students find the best fit for their athletic and academic goals. Here are tips from his coaching days...

Transferring 101: Basic Guide to Understanding the Transfer Portal
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Transferring 101: Basic Guide to Understanding the Transfer Portal

By Royce Linder|September 30, 2022

The NCAA has created many new resources for student-athletes to help improve their college experience over the past decade. One of the most important ones was the creation of the transfer portal. Players have started to utilize it, but there are still many people who misunderstand its purpose and benefits. Related: Rate your Coaches, Facilities,...

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