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Pro Tennis Player Kristie Ahn’s Advice on Academics, Recruiting, and More
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Pro Tennis Player Kristie Ahn’s Advice on Academics, Recruiting, and More

By Janice Shin|January 27, 2023

Kristie Ahn, a Korean-American tennis player, has always wanted to go pro–but with a strong push for higher education from her parents, she decided to go to college and compete collegiately as well. Ahn went to Stanford University where she graduated in 2014 and won the national championship in 2013. Today, Kristie shares her collegiate...

No Pain, No Gain? Dealing with Chronic Pain as a Division I Athlete
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No Pain, No Gain? Dealing with Chronic Pain as a Division I Athlete

By Claire O'Neil|January 27, 2023

These days, athletes grow up exceeding the recommended amount of daily training for their sport. The American Heart Association recommends that “kid’s 6-17 years old should get at least 60 minutes per day of moderate-to-vigorous-intensity physical activity, mostly aerobic,” which is a piece of cake for an aspiring college athlete like me. Training with aspirations...

4 Key Terms To Help You Understand Athletic Scholarships
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4 Key Terms To Help You Understand Athletic Scholarships

By Katie Lever, M.A.|January 27, 2023

In a perfect world, all athletic scholarships would be guaranteed for four years (and plenty of people believe they actually are), but unfortunately, the NCAA is far from perfect. The reality is that athletic scholarship policies can vary widely by conference and university, and coaches often do not fully explain these dynamics to athletes. In...

Athlete Feature: The Impact of Emily Cole’s Player’s Plate and Social Media Platform
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Athlete Feature: The Impact of Emily Cole’s Player’s Plate and Social Media Platform

By Caroline Kurdej|January 27, 2023

Duke University cross country and track and field athlete Emily Cole, has some impressive stats both on and off the track–she has amassed over 105K followers on Instagram, along with an official blue checkmark by her name.  That’s almost as impressive as setting a school record in the 3000m steeplechase with a personal-best performance of...

The 4 Pillars Of a Recruitable Athlete
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The 4 Pillars Of a Recruitable Athlete

By 2aDays Staff|January 26, 2023

Every college coach seeks different qualities or attributes in their recruits, whether it be athletic, academic, or a specific psychological trait. These characteristics vary from coach to coach depending on the sport, the school, the division, or the conference they compete in, but in most cases, college coaches evaluate these four areas of a prospective...

13 Questions With URI Women’s Soccer Coach Megan Jessee On How You Can Succeed in Recruiting and Beyond
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13 Questions With URI Women’s Soccer Coach Megan Jessee On How You Can Succeed in Recruiting and Beyond

By Jaileen Goncalves|January 26, 2023

Megan Jessee is the head coach for the University of Rhode Island women’s soccer team where she has been coaching for about six years. This is her first head coaching job but before URI, she spent nine seasons as the goalie coach at Wake Forest. During her time there, Coach Jessee helped guide Wake Forest...

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