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Balancing Act: 10 Time Management Tips for Collegiate Student-Athletes
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Balancing Act: 10 Time Management Tips for Collegiate Student-Athletes

By Floyd Patterson|November 15, 2023

Every collegiate student-athlete can use some time management tips. The dual responsibilities of academics and athletics require exceptional time management skills. However, with the right strategies, you can excel both...

6 Things I Wish I Knew During My Junior Year of College as a Student-Athlete
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6 Things I Wish I Knew During My Junior Year of College as a Student-Athlete

By Bella Nevin|October 25, 2023

Junior year can be tough. Your classes are ramping up, you need to step up more as a leader on your team, and you have to start thinking about career...

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8 Effective Time Management Tips for College Student-Athletes
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8 Effective Time Management Tips for College Student-Athletes

By Rebecca Lutz|August 24, 2023

Balancing the demands of being a college student-athlete can be quite challenging, but with the right time management strategies, you can excel both in the classroom and on the field....

7 Tips to Help You Balance Academics and Athletics as a Student-Athlete
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7 Tips to Help You Balance Academics and Athletics as a Student-Athlete

By Bella Nevin|August 11, 2023

One of the scariest transitions when moving to college is wondering if you will be able to handle the athletics AND the academics. You are going to be doing the...

Feeling Rushed? 10 Time Management Tips for Busy Athletes
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Feeling Rushed? 10 Time Management Tips for Busy Athletes

By Kelly Wick|April 5, 2023

Time management can be a real challenge for college athletes. Balancing practice, games, classes, and social life can be overwhelming. Here are some time management hacks that can help college...

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Dumb Jocks? Debunking 2 Myths About College Athletes and Academics
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Dumb Jocks? Debunking 2 Myths About College Athletes and Academics

By Gabby Scott|February 2, 2023

From the recruiting process to the final game of their athletic career, along the way, college athletes will have to debunk the myths that stigmatize them. One of the most...

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...

Ask an Athlete: Three Common Questions About College Academics, Answered
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Ask an Athlete: Three Common Questions About College Academics, Answered

By 2aDays Staff|January 5, 2023

During the recruiting process, it's easy to get caught up in asking all the right questions about college sports. But what about college academics? Today, we answer three common questions...

5 Time Management Tips from a DIII Athlete
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5 Time Management Tips from a DIII Athlete

By Brandon Sires|January 4, 2023

 Every college athlete knows the old routine of sleepless nights of schoolwork, followed by yet another grueling morning practice (rinse and repeat). Oftentimes when speaking to incoming college athletes, the...

How Be A Student-Minded College Athlete: 9 Tips From Director of Academics Edward Lowery
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How Be A Student-Minded College Athlete: 9 Tips From Director of Academics Edward Lowery

By Sammie Grant|September 20, 2022

Edward Lowery is currently a Director of Academics at Towson University after spending time at the University of South Carolina as an Athletic Academic Advisor. He majored in Sport Administration...

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6 Tips For a Healthy Balance Between Athletics, Academics and Recovery with FAU Strength Coach Chad Herring
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6 Tips For a Healthy Balance Between Athletics, Academics and Recovery with FAU Strength Coach Chad Herring

By Camila Cramer|September 12, 2022

Finding balance as a college athlete can be a challenge but it's a must. Thankfully,  FAU strength coach Chad Herring can offer athletes some tips and recommendations on how to...

Become an Academic All-Star: 5 Important Studying Tips for College Athletes
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Become an Academic All-Star: 5 Important Studying Tips for College Athletes

By Caleb Myers|July 26, 2022

College athletes lead very busy lives and are constantly on the go. But college athletes are also students, meaning they still must find time to engage with their coursework and...

Athlete Interview: St. Olaf Volleyball Player Nicole Banitt on Balancing Academics and Cultivating a Team Personality
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Athlete Interview: St. Olaf Volleyball Player Nicole Banitt on Balancing Academics and Cultivating a Team Personality

By Peyton Wright|June 14, 2022

Nicole Banitt is a junior captain on the St. Olaf Women's volleyball team and is majoring in Biology. Nicole has been playing volleyball for what feels like forever. She's always...

Top 6 Academically Ranked Power Five Schools
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Top 6 Academically Ranked Power Five Schools

By Finn Rice|April 7, 2022

The Pac-12, ACC, Big 10, Big 12, and SEC are all filled with outstanding academic programs, but which ones stand out from the rest?  Here are the top 6 academic...

How Colleges Can Help Athletes Academically
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How Colleges Can Help Athletes Academically

By Daley Craft|March 25, 2022

College athletes are expected to maintain high GPAs while attending daily practice, meetings, and workouts. The NCAA requires that students maintain at least a 2.3 GPA, and many athletes' scholarships...

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Top 7 Athlete Academic Resources in the Big-12
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Top 7 Athlete Academic Resources in the Big-12

By Daley Craft|March 2, 2022

When you decide to play your sport in college, you become a full-time student-athlete. While athletic performance is important, academics should be your first priority. The Big-12 is an athletically...

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