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Former Longtime Cornell Coach & Ivy League Advisor Gives Inside Scoop on Recruiting and Admissions During Covid-19

Dr. Arthur Smith, known as Artie by his colleagues and students, studied history and Africana Studies as an undergraduate in the College of Arts and Sciences at Cornell University, where he graduated cum laude and with distinction in all subjects. He continued his education at Duke University, where he earned his MA and Ph.D. in

January 11, 2021

Brown University Soccer Champion Talks about the Coaching Staff, ID Camps, and COVID-19

Brittany Raphino is a forward and rising sophomore on the Brown women’s soccer team who captured the Ivy Championships for Brown for the first time in history. Raphino was awarded the Ivy Rookie of the Year title, ECAC Rookie of the Year Honors, and unanimously was voted to All-Ivy Honors. 6th in the Ivy league

January 4, 2021

University of Virginia Lacrosse Player Transferring Advice During Covid Times

College sports and college recruiting have drastically changed since the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s Sammy Mueller’s story about how she is taking the opportunity to use her extra year of eligibility for an opportunity to continue her education. Sammy Mueller was a four-year starting midfielder for the University of Virginia women’s lacrosse team. Since the 2020

November 12, 2020

Fall Eligibility Update Amidst COVID-19

Last Friday, the NCAA announced that all fall athletes will receive eligibility relief amidst COVID-19. While this sounds like a free ticket to an extra season of eligibility, there are still important sub points to the statement that athletes should be aware of moving forward. Here are three things current college athletes who play a

August 27, 2020

COVID-19 Risk Waivers | Here’s What We Know So Far

Voluntary workouts are currently underway around the country, and some universities, like Ohio State, are requiring their athletes to sign risk waivers. What do we know about these documents? In short, not much. But as the days pass, the list of universities requiring athletes to sign off is expanding. This is a practice that will likely

June 26, 2020

Missouri Southern St University and Former Last Chance U Head Football Coach, Jeffrey Sims, Addresses COVID-19 Adjustments and Recruiting Process

Jeffrey Sims, Missouri Southern State University’s head football coach, has been nothing short of exceptional throughout his coaching career. Over the course of his head coach tenure in Junior College, he had a record of 77-32 with three national championship appearances. On top of his relentless dominance as a coach, he also holds his team

April 9, 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

Longwood University|General Admissions Advice

Longwood University was founded in 1839 in Farmville, Virginia. It is a public liberal arts school and is the third-oldest public university in Virginia. It is also one of the hundred oldest higher education schools in the U.S.  The three undergraduate academic colleges that they have are: Cook-Cole College of Arts and Sciences the College

January 14, 2021

DI Rower and How Her World Stood Still Due to the Pandemic

As a Division 1 rower for the George Washington University, I can remember the day my rowing world stood still. On March 12, 2020, the NCAA canceled all spring championships, followed that afternoon by GW’s conference, the Atlantic 10, announcing our conference championship’s cancellation. My team huddled together that night, desperately searching for the words

January 7, 2021

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