Coaches often say that there is a school out there for any athlete who wants to be on a college team. This is both encouraging and overwhelming. In 2014 the National Center for Educational Statistics counted more than 4,000 2- and 4-year degree granting institutions. Of course, they aren't all fielding college teams, but it... Continue Reading →
In this post, you can see step by step, how to plan college visits alongside your holiday travel plans. Step 1. Determine your route - once you have your beginning and end points, glance at the towns in between. Then open a new tab and navigate to Wikipedia. Open the search bar and type in "colleges... Continue Reading →
Facing down a future without the camaraderie of a team or the challenge of competition is leaving you more disappointed that you could have imagined even a few months ago. What now?
On the recruiting trail, potential players are frequently reminded to keep it clean on social media, keep their heads up when they are playing, and mind how they speak to their mom or their coach. And its all very important. But equally important, when you're evaluating the programs you are most excited about, do you... Continue Reading →
What problem do you solve for a coach? a team? in a game? Product marketing gurus explain that any good "offer" solves a problem for a customer, perhaps a problem they didn't even know they had. You need to solve a problem for your future coach. Do they need a strong left-handed pitcher? Do you... Continue Reading →