Monthly Archives: June 2014

4 Things Every Athlete Must Remember During The Recruiting Process

The college recruiting process is so long and stressful that it ends up clouding many recruits’ judgment. Here are four things that every student-athlete must remember during the recruiting process. Read the article on STACK

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What the New SAT Means for Student-Athletes

In the spring of 2016, the College Board rolls out its redesigned Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). If you’re a high school freshman or sophomore athlete who plans to apply to college, you need to understand the changes. Get the rundown … Continue reading

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Recruiting Sports Network Certified by NCAA

NCAA Designates Recruiting Technology and Content Leader with Scouting Certification Recruiting Sports Network (RSN) has again received certification from the NCAA for our recruiting, scouting and video-related services. RSN has been recognized as one of the select few in its … Continue reading

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Transferring Colleges: Buyer Beware for Athletes

We were recently advising a high school student-athlete regarding the athletic recruiting process and he indicated that he decided to begin his college career at a Division III school then transfer to the Division I school of his dreams with … Continue reading

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Athlete Parent Behavior: Don’t Damage Your Child or Their Recruiting

Former major league pitcher Mitch Williams recently lived up to his “Wild Thing” nickname when he was ejected from his son’s youth baseball game for reportedly engaging in a profanity-laced tirade in the face of an umpire. While extreme, the … Continue reading

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