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The Day in the Life of a DI Fencer

Typically, student-athletes are recruited to score touchdowns, hit home runs, or sprint on a track; but what makes my experience unique is that I was recruited to fight with swords. My name is Firoz George, and I am a Saber Fencer for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and I am going to

November 15, 2018 Firoz George

Walk-On Warrior: Drive, Discipline, and The Will to Win

When I was a kid, like many of you, I dreamed about playing college basketball. But not just any college basketball, I wanted to play for Marquette. My dad had been a student there during their one and only national championship in 1977, and needless to say, if Marquette was playing on tv, my family

November 13, 2018

Chapman University Head Baseball Coach, Scott Laverty, Offers Advice

Scott Laverty has been Head Coach for the Baseball Team at Chapman University for the past six years. In addition to coaching at Chapman, he was previously the head coach at the University of Redlands for 18 seasons and assistant coach at the University of California, Riverside (1997-1999). Within Lavery’s first year of coaching at

November 10, 2018

Day in the Life of a Yale Football Player

The life of a Yale football player means hard work, sacrifice, and dedication. In my experience as a college football player, there are three very distinct periods of the year that have very different aspects. The three periods that I am talking about are in season, the offseason and spring ball. The most significant difference

November 8, 2018

Trinity Men’s Basketball Coach Cosgrove Offers Recruiting Advice

Coach James Cosgrove of Trinity Men’s Basketball is here to offer essential recruiting advice. It is important to see what college coaches are saying about the recruiting process so you can maximize your potential and which allows you to stay on track. Coach Cosgrove is entering his 8th season at Trinity College and is coming

November 6, 2018

Recruiting Horror Story: Violation of Privacy

Sophia was a rising senior basketball player, looking forward to the recruiting process as well as the perfect college that would  fit her both academically and athletically. On one of her recruiting visits an interesting situation came about. During her visit, Sophia was expecting a low profile night with hopes of getting a better sense of

November 2, 2018

The University of Rochester Athletic Facilities: Through the Eyes of Athletes

The University of Rochester has 23 varsity teams that compete in both the Liberty League and University Athletic Association at the NCAA Division III level. If you were wondering what their athletic facilities look like well look no further. For those who can not make it out to see the facilities we are going to

October 29, 2018