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The best way a Prospective Student Athlete (PSA) can get noticed is to email, call, text and get to that university’s camp or clinic. Ask how many kids will be at the camp/ clinic. The PSA needs to recruit that university and program. I get so many generic emails, so if they don’t spell my name right, say something about our university, select a major that we have they get removed. The best way is to text or even better call, then get on campus.


Many parents won’t consider Division III athletics because Division III does not offer athletic scholarships and they are convinced they can’t afford it. What would you say to those parents?



https://therecruitingcode.com/why-you-should-choose-division-iii-athletics-with-coach-danklefsen/
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Combining athletic and academic scholarships is a great way to get the most bang for your buck: Frequently Asked Questions About Combining Athletic and Academic Scholarships https://sportng.in/2NCpTUI +NCSA Next College Student Athlete
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How can track and field athletes make the most of social media in their recruiting and to foster their relationship to the sport? Here are a few suggestions.
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Student-athletes at the end of their college career may feel a sense of déjà vu as they prepare to enter the workforce. The process of finding a job will seem familiar to what they experienced when choosing a college. Both are highly competitive. Just as student-athletes are competing against hundreds of candidates for a shot at a scholarship and roster spot, so will the new job applicant be among the scores of candidates who have submitted their resume for a sought-after position. At times, both processes can seem overwhelming and intimidating (and yes, frustrating).
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A really interesting look into recruiting from the athlete's perspective.

Good read to start your Thursday!
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Love this! 🙌
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“It’s not just about your sport,” emphasizes NCSA Project Manager Kristin Heidloff, a former Division 1 basketball player and high school coach. “Athletes need to make sure this is the school they would be comfortable with if for some reason they ended up not playing their sport. A lot of people get so caught up on the athletic side of things that they don’t fully look at the big picture and whether the college is really a good fit.
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Miami Heat GM Andy Elisburg recently visited NCSA headquarters. Check out some of what he had to say!
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Unofficial visits were a way for underclassmen to visit college campuses, meet with coaches and perhaps land an early verbal offer. It’s that last part that compelled the NCAA to institute these rule changes
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