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7 Tips to Elevate Your Football Game From an Ivy Leaguer

There are countless ways to make yourself a better football player, and some work better for certain people rather than others. These, however, are a few ways, seven to be exact, that will help any football player at the high school level as well as college football players. These tips are not all directly related

October 15, 2018 Jaelin Alburg

The Recruiting Process and Your Mission Statement

When college coaches evaluate recruiting prospects, they look for student-athletes who meet or exceed their eligibility and admissions standards. They also search for direct-impact athletes who thrive in their positions and can drive their team to the next level. Finally, they want self-aware young men and women with a strong character. Creating a recruiting mission

October 12, 2018

Recruiting Horror Story: The Head Coach Left me High and Dry

Back in my element (three years ago), I was highly considering playing college basketball at the Division 2 or 3 level. I was an undersized shooting guard with not the greatest handle, but luckily I had an unpredictable vertical, long wingspan, and a record 157 three-pointers made for my high school. I’m sure there are

October 10, 2018

Davidson College Track & Field/Cross Country Coaches Offer Recruiting Advice

Davidson College is a private liberal arts college in Davidson, NC. The college offers 26 majors and 17 minors. About 25 percent of the student participate in 19 NCAA Division 1 Sports. One very successful sport at the school is Track & Field/Cross Country which is led by Coach Jen Straub. She is in her

October 8, 2018

Collegiate Cheerleader: A Day in the Life of a University of Cincinnati Male Cheerleader

I’m sure you could guess that there is nothing more prestigious or rewarding than being a male cheerleader. Right? Well, maybe not. The girls are the center of attention. Everything we do is for them to look good and be successful. With that being said, it takes a lot of effort and time to be

October 6, 2018

Locker Room Talk Now Known as LRT Sports

In September, Locker Room Talk, LLC changed its name to LRT Sports, LLC and launched a redesigned website.

October 3, 2018

NCAA Rule Change: Will Track & Field be the Same?

Sports, society, and life in general are always changing and adapting to fit the needs of changing cultures.  Such changes cause techniques and mindsets, that have been around for ages, to alter to meet the present standards.  Even changes on a small scale such as a little league adjusting its age rules/cut-off dates can affect

October 1, 2018