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Articles by Keirsten Sires

Keirsten is the founder and CEO of 2aDays. On top of that, she is a writer for The Huddle. Being the Chief Executive Officer of 2aDays means that Keirsten is the one held accountable for the success of the company’s efforts, across the board. She is also our Chief Amusement Officer; she promotes laughter in our business, eye roll. Playing varsity tennis and soccer for Skidmore College in New York has given her the endurance to be able to push the company to the next level day in and day out.
Keirsten is the founder and CEO of 2aDays. On top of that, she is a writer for The Huddle. Being the Chief Executive Officer of 2aDays means that Keirsten is the one held accountable for the success of the company’s efforts, across the board. She is also our Chief Amusement Officer; she promotes laughter in our business, eye roll. Playing varsity tennis and soccer for Skidmore College in New York has given her the endurance to be able to push the company to the next level day in and day out.
Troy Polamalu | Former Pittsburgh Steelers Advice on the Recruiting Process and His Decision to Play at USC
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Troy Polamalu | Former Pittsburgh Steelers Advice on the Recruiting Process and His Decision to Play at USC

By Keirsten Sires|February 4, 2019

Pittsburgh Steelers, strong safety, Troy Polamalu had a very successful professional career in the NFL. Originally from Southern California and then Oregon, where he spent the majority of his athletic...

Basketball Coach Nickelberry Allegedly Mentally  Abused Ex-Howard Basketball Players
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Basketball Coach Nickelberry Allegedly Mentally Abused Ex-Howard Basketball Players

By Keirsten Sires|January 9, 2019

The Howard basketball team is halfway through their basketball season, and the cloud that is hanging over the coaches head cannot be a comfortable feeling. Former players claim that coach...

Club Volleyball Coach Brittany Ter Meer Offers Advice to First Year Coaches
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Club Volleyball Coach Brittany Ter Meer Offers Advice to First Year Coaches

By Keirsten Sires|September 8, 2018

Brittany Ter Meer is a volleyball player at Methodist University. She has also been coaching a travel volleyball team for Sandhills Volleyball Club for three seasons. Brittany spent some time...

Student-Athletes the “Broken Leg Test” and How it Can Help You
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Student-Athletes the “Broken Leg Test” and How it Can Help You

By Keirsten Sires|May 16, 2018

Listen to Keirsten as she gives advice on what to do when a high school student-athlete is basing their decision on where to go to college solely on where they...

NCAA New Rule Changes 2019 | Important Information for all Athletes and Coaches
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NCAA New Rule Changes 2019 | Important Information for all Athletes and Coaches

By Keirsten Sires|May 15, 2018

As a student-athlete, the responsibility of knowing NCAA rules and regulations falls on your shoulders. Keeping up-to-date with changes is critical to having success in the college recruiting process. Below...

Founder and CEO, Keirsten Sires, Answers Some Of Your Questions
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Founder and CEO, Keirsten Sires, Answers Some Of Your Questions

By Keirsten Sires|April 14, 2018

Whether you’re a parent trying to help your child through the recruiting process or a high school coach wondering what your role entails in recruiting, we have the answers for...

University of West Florida Football Coach, Pete Shinnick, Talks Athletic movement and Speed
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University of West Florida Football Coach, Pete Shinnick, Talks Athletic movement and Speed

By Keirsten Sires|February 13, 2018

University of West Florida Football Head Coach Pete Shinnick is the first head football coach in the program’s history in 2016, with a collegiate coaching career of more than 25...

CEO & Founder Keirsten Sires Talks to the Author of Charge!: Gary Palladino About the Recruiting Process
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CEO & Founder Keirsten Sires Talks to the Author of Charge!: Gary Palladino About the Recruiting Process

By Keirsten Sires|December 26, 2017

Keirsten sat down with Gary Palladino, the author of Charge!, who gave advice on the recruiting process.  Image courtesy of YouTube

Redshirting| NCAA Rules and Regulations
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Redshirting| NCAA Rules and Regulations

By Keirsten Sires|December 18, 2017

New redshirt rule in place for coaches state that football players will now be allowed to play in up to four games and still qualify for a redshirt season, maintaining four years of eligibility. In the past, playing just one game could cost a player an entire season of eligibility Athletes are allowed four years of eligibility to compete, and if you redshirt one year, you could ultimately get five years of education and experience.

What Student-Athletes Need to Know Before Going on an Official College Visit
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What Student-Athletes Need to Know Before Going on an Official College Visit

By Keirsten Sires|December 10, 2017

Official visits are a critical part of the recruitment process. The NCAA defines the official visit as any visit to a college campus by you and your parents paid for by the college....

Top 5 College Hockey Players to Watch in 2017
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Top 5 College Hockey Players to Watch in 2017

By Keirsten Sires|November 2, 2017

Watch these top hockey players continue the success they saw in college. 5. Jakob Forsbacka-Karlsson, Center, Boston University (Boston Bruins) A 2015 second-round pick of the Boston Bruins, his skating...

Missy Meharg University of Maryland Offers Recruiting Advice
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Missy Meharg University of Maryland Offers Recruiting Advice

By Keirsten Sires|October 26, 2017

The top-rated field hockey coach in the country, Missy Meharg of the University of Maryland, gives advice to recruits.

Four Tips to Get Off the Bench
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Four Tips to Get Off the Bench

By Keirsten Sires|October 7, 2017

Sitting the bench is not a comfortable feeling since most athletes want to be on the field helping their teammates win a game. They want that sense of excitement with...

Eddie George Motivational Advice
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Eddie George Motivational Advice

By Keirsten Sires|October 1, 2017

Eddie George is a former professional American football player who was a running back in the National Football League for nine seasons. He played college football at Ohio State University...

Jerome Bettis, Former NFL Player, Talks Healthy Lifestyle
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Jerome Bettis, Former NFL Player, Talks Healthy Lifestyle

By Keirsten Sires|September 2, 2017

Jerome Bettis, nicknamed “The Bus,” is a former American football halfback who played for the Los Angeles Rams/St. Louis Rams and Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League. Bettis is...

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