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Transform Your College Applications In The Last Few Weeks Of Summer


Posted by Elsie Pelliccia on 30 Jul 2015 / 0 Comment



Whether you’ve spent the last cou­ple of months study­ing hard, attend­ing ath­letic camps, and sav­ing the tur­tles, or you’ve spent them nur­tur­ing an addic­tion to Hot Pock­ets, there’s still time to pre­pare for the col­lege appli­ca­tion process. Con­struct an effec­tive strat­egy for the upcom­ing year to get the most bang for your buck and ensure your spot on a […]

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College Search

college 101 — a guide to your first day of college


Posted by Mitzi Perez on 30 Jul 2015 / 0 Comment



As I was enter­ing col­lege there were many ques­tions I felt needed answers to. The first day of your fall semester/quarter can be stress­ful, but keep­ing these tips in mind can guide you in the right direc­tion as you begin your col­lege career: 1. Learn about your resources. Many col­leges have dif­fer­ent resources that might […]

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Parents: Are You Helping Or Hurting Your Athletes?


Posted by Elsie Pelliccia on 23 Jul 2015 / 0 Comment



Any par­ent will tell you: col­lege recruit­ment isn’t just about the game for their high school ath­lete. There’s more at stake, from finan­cial con­cerns to aca­d­e­mics, and a whole lot in between. In a sys­tem that has a thou­sand rules with just as many deci­sions to sort through, how can you loosen your grip at […]

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Body Language Can Make Or Break Recruitment


Posted by Elsie Pelliccia on 15 Jul 2015 / 0 Comment



Are you send­ing the right mes­sage? It’s a famil­iar scene: Sweaty palms. Ner­vous ticks. Knees buck­ling. And that’s just from your par­ents! With your own heart pound­ing mer­ci­lessly away, it’s all you can do to stand upright dur­ing meet­ings with col­lege coaches and stam­mer out your name. But ques­tions and qual­i­fi­ca­tions aren’t the only thing mak­ing an […]

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BeRecruited Top 10 for June 2015


Posted by agoodman on 06 Jul 2015 / 0 Comment



Each month, we com­pile a list of ath­letes that were viewed the most by coaches. Below is a list of the top 10 most viewed ath­letes in June. Con­grat­u­la­tions to our ath­letes and keep up the good work! Men’s Base­ball Tommy Hut­sell from East­view Senior in Apple Val­ley, MN Jonathan Arroyo from Holy Cross High School, NY Jake […]

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Recruiting

Check out what this athlete is doing to stand out in the recruiting process


Posted by Mitzi Perez on 02 Jul 2015 / 0 Comment



We recently sat down with all-star vol­ley­ball player Carsyn Starr to get her per­spec­tive on the recruit­ing process. Starr is cur­rently a fresh­man at Brair­crest Chris­t­ian School. Her posi­tions include: mid­dle blocker, right side, and out­side hit­ter. As an all-star player, she has a Ver­ti­cal Jump of 30 inches and a Wingspan of 73 inches. Carsyn is a fierce […]

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Truth Talk: Debunking Recruitment Myths


Posted by Elsie Pelliccia on 30 Jun 2015 / 0 Comment



Can You Tell Truth From Fic­tion?  Myth 1: You only need to send your pro­file to your top choices. Truth: As a human, you’re going to find that your ini­tial judge­ments are fre­quently off base. You wouldn’t restrict your­self to only one brand of choco­late, so why limit your­self when it comes to col­leges? Cast […]

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naia or ncaa: what’s the difference?


Posted by Elsie Pelliccia on 24 Jun 2015 / 0 Comment



If you’ve been awake for any part of your high school ath­letic career, you prob­a­bly know the NCAA fairly well (or, at least you’ve heard of it). But what do you know about the NAIA? This smaller asso­ci­a­tion works like the NCAA to pro­mote the well-being of student-athletes at almost 300 uni­ver­si­ties and col­leges around the […]

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Recruiting

What one athlete is doing to stand out in the recruiting process


Posted by Mitzi Perez on 23 Jun 2015 / 0 Comment



We recently sat down with all-star soft­ball player Amanda Berkley to get her per­spec­tive on the recruit­ing process. Berkley is cur­rently a junior at Sher­wood High School. Her posi­tions include: relief, third base, out field, start­ing pitcher, and closer. This all-star player has a right-hand stance and throw­ing arm. Amanda bal­ances being a com­mit­ted hon­ors stu­dent and a […]

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workin’ the ncaa rulebook


Posted by Elsie Pelliccia on 17 Jun 2015 / 0 Comment



Way back in my day, I needed cal­en­dars for every­thing: classes, extra cur­ric­u­lar activ­i­ties, meal times. At 15, life was far more com­pli­cated than I was capa­ble of han­dling & I needed help. With col­lege hope­ful ath­letes, there isn’t just the added layer of activ­ity involv­ing your games, prac­tices, etc: you also have to navigate […]

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