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Arkansas Tech University - Russellville, AR
Women's Volleyball Head Coach
Arkansas Tech University - Russellville, AR • Women's Volleyball Head Coach
188 Reviews
Would Recommend
22% negative
Thomas More University - Crestview Hills, KY
Men's Soccer Assistant Coach
Thomas More University - Crestview Hills, KY • Men's Soccer Assistant Coach
126 Reviews
Would Recommend
81% positive
Monmouth University - West Long Branch, NJ
Men's Cross Country Head Coach (Retired), Women's Cross Country Head Coach (Retired), Men's Track & Field Head Coach (Retired), Women's Track & Field Head Coach (Retired)
Monmouth University - West Long Branch, NJ • Men's Cross Country Head Coach (Retired), Women's Cross Country Head Coach (Retired), Men's Track & Field Head Coach (Retired), Women's Track & Field Head Coach (Retired)
86 Reviews
Would Recommend
76% positive
Saratoga Springs, NY
Division: NCAA DIII, Conference: Liberty League
Saratoga Springs, NY • Division: NCAA DIII, Conference: Liberty League
588 Reviews
Would Recommend
54% neutral
Ann Arbor, MI
Division: NCAA DI, Conference: Big Ten
Ann Arbor, MI • Division: NCAA DI, Conference: Big Ten
318 Reviews
Would Recommend
70% positive
Dallas, PA
Division: NCAA DIII, Conference: Middle Atlantics
Dallas, PA • Division: NCAA DIII, Conference: Middle Atlantics
312 Reviews
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68% positive
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By Bella Nevin|April 12, 2024

Clare Rettler is a sophomore on the softball team at Carthage College in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Rettler has had a strong start to her second season with the Firebirds, leading the NCAA Division III stats in batting average (.632) in 22 games, 76 at-bats, and 48 hits. She is also third in the stats with her...

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By AJ Rosenberg|April 12, 2024

We've hit the juncture of the collegiate men's tennis season where the conference tournament is right around the corner. With that in mind, a few men's tennis players have stood out in their respective conferences throughout the entire season and are therefore a threat in not only their conference tournament but the NCAA Championships as...

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By 2aDays Staff|April 11, 2024

2aDays is looking for Brand Ambassadors for our platform. You can make money just by being an athlete or knowing a lot of athletes! 2aDays is committed to helping athletes ace the recruiting process and find their best fit in a college. Here is what the ambassadorship involves: 1. Ratings Ratings are a huge part...

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By Rebecca Lutz|April 11, 2024

The National Football League (NFL) serves as the pinnacle of American football, setting trends, establishing standards, and often pioneering rule changes that reverberate throughout the sport. While NFL rule changes primarily impact professional football, their effects are felt across all levels of the game, including college football. From gameplay adjustments to strategic shifts, these changes...

7 Differences Between High School and College Softball/Baseball: What Players Need to Know
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By Caelyn Elwin|April 11, 2024

Transitioning from high school to college baseball or softball can be exciting and challenging for players. While the fundamentals of the game remain the same, there are significant differences in the level of competition, gameplay, and overall experience between the two levels. Here are seven key distinctions between high school and college softball and baseball...

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By Owen Roche|April 10, 2024

Ice hockey is an incredibly unique sport. The sport offers some of the most opportunities to play at a higher level. As a result, the college hockey recruiting process is incredibly important and there are a lot of crucial things to know for hockey players looking to play at the college level. This guide will tell...

Daily Grind: NAIA Soccer and Bowling Athlete Hannah Halstead
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Daily Grind: NAIA Soccer and Bowling Athlete Hannah Halstead

By Joseph McInnes|April 10, 2024

Hannah Halstead is a sophomore dual-sport athlete, competing as a soccer and bowling athlete at the University of Rio Grande. Here is what an average day looks like for Hannah, balancing her commitments to both sports and academics as a biology major.  7:30 AM – Wake Up Hannah has an early start to her action-packed...

4 NCAA Eligibility Center Requirements
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By Bella Nevin|April 09, 2024

Every athlete needs to have their eligibility certified by the NCAA Eligibility Center if they want to play college sports in the NCAA. Some of the rules change depending on the level you want to play, so here is everything you need to know when trying to play in the NCAA: 1. Accounts:  Every athlete...

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