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University of Rhode Island Head Women’s Basketball Coach Passes Advice to Athletes

Tammi Reiss, a fifth overall WNBA draft pick is now the University of Rhode Island Head Women’s Basketball Coach. Before spending two seasons with Utah, Reiss played collegiate basketball at Virginia, where she was an All-American and won three ACC regular-season titles, two league tournament championships and made three appearances to the NCAA final four.

April 2, 2020 Hazel Brown

How the Coronavirus is Affecting College Athletes

Introduction Unimaginable is the first word that comes to mind when I think about how this coronavirus is affecting college athletes. As a former Division I athlete, I do not believe there are enough words to explain the heartbreak, sadness, and confusion that student-athletes around the country must be feeling. For many athletes, the coronavirus

March 30, 2020

Jaguars Linebackers and Defensive backs Coach, Mike Rutenberg, Gives Advice to Athletes

Mike Rutenberg, a football coach in the National Football League (NFL), has been an assistant linebackers coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars since 2018. Before diving headfirst into a coaching career, Rutenberg left Chevy Chase, Maryland, for Cornell University. There he played linebacker and offensive tackle on the Sprint Football team for four years. Out of

March 26, 2020

Michigan State University Baseball Head Coach, Jake Boss Jr., Pitches on what he Expects

Jake Boss Jr., the 16th head coach at Michigan State has become one of the most successful coaches in the school’s 131 year history. Boss has racked up a 333-269 (.553) record in 11 seasons. His teams have had five winning seasons. In seven of the last 11 years, he led the Spartans to 30-win

March 23, 2020

Dartmouth Soccer Coach, Ron Rainey, Talks When & How you Should Contact Him

Dartmouth College Women’s Soccer head coach, Ron Rainey, has been a college coach for 11 years and was named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America in 2015. In 2018, Coach Rainey helped to lead Dartmouth women’s soccer to its most wins since 2012. The team also finished in third-place in the Ivy League

March 19, 2020

Tips for What to Expect from Your Recruiting Process Amidst COVID-19

The NCAA has suspended recruiting through April 15, 2020, due to COVID-19. The impact of COVID-19 on athletes across the world has been and will be detrimental. Cries from student-athletes dealing with the uncertainty of college commitments, lost eligibility, and canceled seasons are resonating all across the globe.

March 16, 2020

Three Things Every Recruit Should Know About Athletic Scholarships

The devil is in the details, the old adage goes, and the NCAA is great at creating a detail-laden policy that is complicated, frustrating and nearly impossible to understand. Even now that I’m a former Division I athlete and current Ph.D student who studies NCAA policy, I remember how overwhelming it was to navigate the

March 16, 2020

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