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A Victorious Experience as an HBCU Athlete
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A Victorious Experience as an HBCU Athlete

By Daesha Harper|June 27, 2022

Tehya Beadles is a former soccer player who attended Alabama A&M (AAMU). Tehya, who has been a captain since her sophomore year, recently led her team to become Co-Champions of...

Monday Motivation: Small Goals Make the Big Goals Come Easier
One Step at a Time!
Monday Motivation: Small Goals Make the Big Goals Come Easier

By Tyler Traskos|June 27, 2022

During my time as a high school athlete our team had a lot of ups and downs–no surprises there. But one day, our coach surprised us. During a particularly long...

3 Tips to Help Tell Your Coach You’re Transferring
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3 Tips to Help Tell Your Coach You’re Transferring

By Kyle Haflich|June 24, 2022

Talking to your coach about transferring may seem like the scariest thing you’ve ever done. And from personal experience, it felt like that for me too.  Based on your situation,...

Athlete Feature: LSU Running Back Corey Kiner
Star Power
Athlete Feature: LSU Running Back Corey Kiner

By Peyton Wright|June 24, 2022

Corey Kiner is not new to success on the football field. His impressive performance as a high school athlete earned him the prestigious Ohio Mr. Football Award in 2020– the...

3 Tips to Help You Efficiently Communicate with Your College Coach
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3 Tips to Help You Efficiently Communicate with Your College Coach

By Daesha Harper|June 23, 2022

When it comes to being a first-year college athlete, it can sometimes be nerve-wracking to bring up conversations with your coach. A factor to keep in mind is that just...

3 Warning Signs of Hypothyroidism in College Athletes (And What to Do About Them)
Get Checked Out!
3 Warning Signs of Hypothyroidism in College Athletes (And What to Do About Them)

By Katie Lever, M.A.|June 23, 2022

When most people think of an athlete’s worst nightmare, they think of failure, getting benched, or missing a game-winning shot. But I can tell you from personal experience that hypothyroidism...

NBA Draft Preview
Is It Draft-y in Here?
NBA Draft Preview

By Ashton Grenon|June 22, 2022

With the 2022 NBA Playoffs and college basketball season concluded, the focus for top-tier college basketball players and fans turns to the NBA Draft. College basketball is one of the...

Why Dealing With Culture Shock When Visiting a School Isn’t the End of Your Recruiting Process
Don't Panic!
Why Dealing With Culture Shock When Visiting a School Isn’t the End of Your Recruiting Process

By Isaac Haney|June 21, 2022

A great thing about visiting schools during your recruiting process is that you are exposed to different ways of life and perspectives. Although there are some who are lucky enough...

Daily Grind of D1 Women’s Lacrosse Player Melissa Taggert
Injuries Can't Stop the Grind!
Daily Grind of D1 Women’s Lacrosse Player Melissa Taggert

By Grant Osborne|June 21, 2022

Daily Grind articles are posted every Wednesday to provide a look into a day in the life of a college athlete and give an example of time management skills. Melissa...

Monday Motivation: Nothing to Lose, Everything to Gain
Make Those Gains!
Monday Motivation: Nothing to Lose, Everything to Gain

By Mary Archibald|June 20, 2022

As athletes, adversity is the name of the game. In the end, it is the challenge and dedication to the craft that makes it so rewarding. After a span of...

Athlete Feature: Figure Skating Phenomenon Paige Rydberg
A Perfect Ten!
Athlete Feature: Figure Skating Phenomenon Paige Rydberg

By Peyton Wright|June 17, 2022

Paige Rydberg has had a wildly successful colligate figure skating career. After graduating high school in 2018, Rydberg decided to pursue her professional and skating career at the University of...

Former College Goalkeeper, Cooper Harris, Talks Wellness for College Athletes, Transfer Experience
Stay Well While Keeping Your Edge
Former College Goalkeeper, Cooper Harris, Talks Wellness for College Athletes, Transfer Experience

By 2aDays Staff|June 17, 2022

Cooper Harris is a former college soccer goalkeeper, playing at both Merrimack College and then transferring to Hobart College. Before his commitment to Merrimack, Cooper was a 4-year letter winner...

Former UTD Softball Player, Amber Williams’ 14 Recruiting Tips
Tips to Get Ahead!
Former UTD Softball Player, Amber Williams’ 14 Recruiting Tips

By Brianna Davis|June 16, 2022

Former University of Texas-Dallas softball player Amber Williams was born and raised in Kilgore, Texas. She attended Kilgore College her freshman and sophomore year, then transferred to UTD to finish...

Michigan Esports Player Dalton Noftsger on Esports Recruiting and How College Esports Work
A Different Kind of College Athlete
Michigan Esports Player Dalton Noftsger on Esports Recruiting and How College Esports Work

By Tyler Traskos|June 16, 2022

Come back every Thursday for Athlete Interviews on college recruiting and advice. Dalton Noftsger is a junior at the University of Michigan pursuing a degree in computer science. He’s also...

7 Tips and Tricks to Become a Better College Baseball Player in the Offseason
Bigger, Faster, Stronger
7 Tips and Tricks to Become a Better College Baseball Player in the Offseason

By Benjamin Reinisch|June 15, 2022

As college baseball season ramps up, high school baseball players may find themselves asking how they can thrive at the college level. It’s no secret that being a college baseball...

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