Our mission is to help athletes and their families, high school coaches, and guidance counselors understand college athletics. We also help guide the high school athletes by offering step-by-step details on the college recruiting process. Our full database contains thousands of college coach ratings and reviews which provide first-hand accounts of the coaches, schools, and programs. This information is exclusive.
Knowledge is power, and our goal is to give you all the information that you need to make the right choices when dealing with your college search. Let us help you understand what college coaches are looking for in their athletes. We will help to educate you on NCAA rules, recruiting processes, academic guidelines, scholarships, and athlete wellness. You will receive advice from coaches, professional athletes, parents, current and former college athletes, and even Olympians. Our regular articles over at The Huddle will help further your knowledge about college athletics.
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For many families, the most challenging part of the recruiting process is understanding how college coaches recruit and evaluate, as well as what draws each coach to the student-athletes that interest them. To better explain the college recruiting process, it's helpful to look at it from a coach's perspective. We get our information directly from interviews with head coaches, and they explain what exactly they are looking for from their athletes.
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Keirsten is the founder and CEO of LRT Sports. On top of that, she is a writer for The Huddle. Being the Chief Executive Officer of LRT Sports means that Keirsten is the one held accountable for the success of the company’s efforts, across the board. She is also our Chief Amusement Officer; she promotes laughter in our business, eye roll. Playing varsity tennis and soccer for Skidmore College in New York has given her the endurance to be able to push the company to the next level day in and day out.
Tara Sires is the COO of LRT Sports and is just here so she won’t get fined. She also runs our amazing remote internship program and is the Editor in Chief for The Huddle. Yeah, she played volleyball back in the day, so what?
Paul Stengel is the Chief Technology Officer at LRT Sports. While others were playing sports and going through the college recruiting process, Paul had his head buried in Linux servers and computer code. He has been in the web hosting business for the last 13+ years and currently heads all things technical at LRT Sports.
Bryan Sosoo is our Vice President of Business Development and writer for The Huddle. He has worked his way up the depth charts of LRT Sports, where he started as an intern. He is currently a graduate student finishing up his MBA at Monmouth University, where he spent his time racing against the clock and playing in sand.
Katie Mckeown is an LRT Sports Business Development Associate, Brand Ambassador Manager, and our Pinterest Manager. She is quiet but deadly when it comes to the workplace. She is currently a student at Michigan State University who is studying Kinesiology with a specialization in Sports Management.
Caelyn Elwin is our Media Relations Coordinator. She focuses on features, stories, and fresh new media projects involving LRT Sports and Keirsten Sires. She is currently a student at Georgia State University, studying Public Relations with a minor in Spanish. ¡Ella es el bomba! After being an East Carolina athlete, Caelyn gets her cardio in with long runs to the dog park with her Rottweiler, Murphy.