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Lights, Camera, Action! 4 Tips for Creating a Highlight Video That Will Wow Recruiters
Stand Out From the Crowd!
Lights, Camera, Action! 4 Tips for Creating a Highlight Video That Will Wow Recruiters

By Simmone Collins|June 22, 2022

A recruiting video is like an elevator pitch in the world of athletics. You only have a small window of time, so how can you make an impression?  For coaches,...

Recruiting Horror Story: What Happens When a Torn Muscle Impacts Recruiting?
Recruiting Can Be a Pain!
Recruiting Horror Story: What Happens When a Torn Muscle Impacts Recruiting?

By Grant Osborne|June 21, 2022

Come back every Tuesday for Recruiting Horror Stories™, athletes’ first-hand stories on what can go wrong during the recruiting process. Garrett Coe is a pitcher for the UConn baseball team....

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...

Want to Play College Football? Follow These 5 Recruiting Tips
Tackle Your Recruiting Process!
Want to Play College Football? Follow These 5 Recruiting Tips

By Allison Sheahan|June 21, 2022

A college coach prepares a game plan for every opponent. Similarly, aspiring collegiate athletes must follow a plan to get recruited by a college program. The following 5 tips are...

The Importance of Mental Strength for College Athletes With Athlete-Turned Coach, Nikola Kanaris
Tips for Mental Toughness
The Importance of Mental Strength for College Athletes With Athlete-Turned Coach, Nikola Kanaris

By Catherine Light|June 21, 2022

Come back every Monday for Coach Interviews on college recruiting and advice. Nikolia Kanaris is a graduate student at New York University studying Public Health Policy while also being the...

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...

Legendary High School Basketball Coach Freddy Johnson on the Importance of a Good High School Program When Looking to be Recruited
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Legendary High School Basketball Coach Freddy Johnson on the Importance of a Good High School Program When Looking to be Recruited

By Mary Archibald|June 20, 2022

Freddy Johnson, a Greensboro NC native, has spent the better part of 45 years coaching basketball at Greensboro Day School. With a winning percentage of 77%, Coach Johnson has the...

How to Reach Your Goals, Overcome Fear, and Get Recruited: 9 Questions With Lehigh University Track and Field Coach, Allison Taub
Chase Down Your Goals!
How to Reach Your Goals, Overcome Fear, and Get Recruited: 9 Questions With Lehigh University Track and Field Coach, Allison Taub

By Lilia Farach|June 20, 2022

Coach Interviews are posted every Monday for recruiting advice, what to look for, and more. Coach Taub is an assistant coach for Lehigh University’s track and field team going on...

6 Tips on How to Get Recruited (Regardless of What Sport You Play)
Must-Know Tips!
6 Tips on How to Get Recruited (Regardless of What Sport You Play)

By Keirsten Sires|June 20, 2022

The recruiting process can be daunting for all athletes, regardless of sport. Luckily, no matter what sport you play, there are ways to simplify your recruiting process as well. Here...

Haverford College Softball Coach Kate Poppe Offers 11 Recruiting Tips
Advice for Softball Stars
Haverford College Softball Coach Kate Poppe Offers 11 Recruiting Tips

By 2aDays Staff|June 17, 2022

The Women’s College World Series may be over, but softball coaches like Kate Poppe are always looking for new recruits, so if you want to be recruited, what better time...

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...

Interview With D1 Hard of Hearing Tennis Player, Austin Klapman on Recruiting, Handling Adversity, and More
Serving Up Good Tips!
Interview With D1 Hard of Hearing Tennis Player, Austin Klapman on Recruiting, Handling Adversity, and More

By Jimmy Criscione|June 17, 2022

Austin Klapman just wrapped his Monmouth tennis career with an impressive resume. As a freshman, Klapman went 13-2 in singles and 6-1 in doubles matches. Covid took a toll o ...

Stanford Women’s Lacrosse Coach, Danielle Spencer, Talks Importance of Heart and Work Ethic in Recruiting Process
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Stanford Women’s Lacrosse Coach, Danielle Spencer, Talks Importance of Heart and Work Ethic in Recruiting Process

By Keirsten Sires|June 16, 2022

Danielle Spencer is the  Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach at Stanford University. Before becoming a coach she was a 4-year standout athlete at Northwestern University where she helped lead them to...

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