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The Internet and College Recruiting: A Word of Warning

Obviously with the emergence and continual growth of the internet and the connectivity it creates among people, young athletes today have avenues to "get noticed" that I never had when I was in high school. Athletes are starting to post videos on YouTube and other websites as part of their college recruiting portfolio. Is this a good idea? I believe so. Why not use any avenue possible?

5 Common College Recruiting Mistakes

As someone who's been through the college recruiting process and as a coach who works with high school aged athletes that are currently going through the college recruiting process, there are a few fundamental mistakes I see families making again and again. In this audio I share these common mistakes in hopes that you'll be able to avoid them. Also included in this free audio resource are answers to 5 Frequently Asked College Recruiting Questions. Hope this helps!

25 College Recruiting Facts

The college athletic recruiting process, while an exciting time, can be quite overwhelming, frustrating, and complicated. It can also end in serious disappointment and regret if you’re not well informed. Many people, even those who’ve already been through the process, don’t have the information needed to make the most of the experience.

Here are 25 college recruiting facts you may not be aware of.

Coach, Be Consistent

When you learn about raising children, you hear about consistency. When you learn about working with animals and training animals, you hear about consistency. This key of consistency also applies to coaching softball as well.

7 Free Ways to Increase Your Coaching Knowledge

Great coaches know there is always more to learn about the game. Most are actively seeking new knowledge on a regular basis. If you want to step up your coaching game a bit, there are certainly a multitude of options. But if you're just starting out or simply on a tight budget and don't want to spend a lot of money on books, DVDs, coaches clinics, seminars, or other paid resources just yet, I have good news for you. There are a number of free resources with quality information available for you to learn from.

Sports Mom, What Will You Do?

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