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What Women’s Ice Hockey Coaches and Pros Have to Say About the Recruiting Process

Given the differing coach perspectives and expectations across all Division I women’s hockey teams, LRT Sports set out to piece together a holistic analysis of recruiting. Below are a number of different coach insights regarding some of the most commonly asked recruiting questions. The coaches that have been interviewed are some of the best in

May 7, 2021 Jordan Alcon

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Men’s Basketball Head Coach Lamont Paris, “Can You See Yourself Being Coached by Me?”

Can you see yourself being coached by Coach Lamont Paris? After listening to his interview, We are thinking that your answer will be yes. Paris will explain what coachability means to him, game tape vs. AAU tape, prospects, and how athletes respond during games. He will also talk about those players who are a diamond

May 3, 2021

NCAA Gives Thumbs-Up to Student Athlete Level Playing Field Act. What Does That Mean?

As we approach July 1st, which is the date that the name, image, and likeness laws in Alabama and Mississippi are set to go into effect, the NCAA has its sights set on a federal NIL bill. On April 26th, the NCAA released a statement on its website that expressed support of the “Student Athlete

April 29, 2021

College Coaches Panel | Women In Sports: Same Game, Double Standard

LRT Sports hosted a panel of women’s college coaches around the country to shed light on the disparities that exist between men’s and women’s NCAA athletics. This discussion is intended to continue the dialogue surrounding these inequalities and differences that grabbed national attention during the 2021 NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball tournaments.Coaches featured: Florida, Women’s

April 27, 2021

Recruiting Horror Stories by LRT Sports™ | Stanford Field Hockey Program Cut One Month Before Season

A full ride to a successful Division I program, playing for some of the best coaches with some of the best field hockey players from around the country, seems like a dream come true, right? That dream quickly became a nightmare as it was all ripped away from Caylie McMahon in one ten-minute Zoom call. 

April 19, 2021

Are Disparities of Recruiting During Covid-19 Affecting Athletes?

Imagine this. You are nearing the end of junior year with the optimistic mindset that in the coming fall, you’ll soon be officially committed to attend your dream school with a scholarship to play the sport you love. Then, as talk of the “novel coronavirus” gains traction over weeks then months, these goals merely seem

April 15, 2021

An Athletes Sexual Assault Story and How She is Surviving It

Molly Little—a current graduate student at the University of Denver (DU), lacrosse player, team captain, and sexual assault victim. Her story is one of perseverance. As a lacrosse player, she initially transferred to DU after spending her first year at the University of Vermont. Now #18 and a defender for the team, Molly’s career accomplishments

April 12, 2021