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Articles by Bryan Sosoo

The Do’s and Don’ts of Hosting a Recruit

When asked to host a recruit for your team, the first thoughts that might come to mind might be: “Awesome, I’ll take them out to experience the town! Or, I am going take him/her out to dinner at my favorite restaurant!” While these are all fun things to do and may seem to be a

September 14, 2021 Bryan Sosoo

UC Berkeley & Olympic Swim Coach, David Durden, Dives into Advice

LRT Sports sat down with Dave Durden, the Head Coach for the men’s swim team at the University of California, Berkeley. Durden is diving into his 13th season with Cal in 2019-2020 and was also on the coaching staff for the 2016 Olympic team in Rio de Janeiro. Since the 2009-10 season, Cal has not

March 2, 2020

12-Time Olympic Medalist, Natalie Coughlin, Talks UC Berkeley and Recruiting

Coughlin is one of the most decorated Olympians in the history of sports. A former University of California, Berkeley swimmer, Natalie’s resume includes three gold, four silver, and five bronze medals. She also the first woman to break the world record in the 100-meter backstroke at the age of 19. We talked to her about

July 9, 2018

Atlanta Falcons Player, Justin Hardy, Talks About Transitioning from College Sports to the NFL

We sat down with Atlanta Falcons player, Justin Hardy, to hear what advice he has for high school athletes looking to go on to play college sports, the importance of academics and SAT scores in recruiting the most challenging part of transitioning from college football to the NFL, and his pregame go-to meal and song.

June 16, 2018

Johns Hopkins University Track & Field Coach, Bobby Van Allen, Gives Advice on Strong Communication Skills

Bobby Van Allen is the Head Men’s and Women’s Track & Field and Cross Country coach at Johns Hopkins University. He is currently in his 19th season with the Blue Jays, with a total of 34 league titles since 2008. Allen coached the Women’s Cross Country team, who won four of the last five National

June 6, 2018

Fordham Basketball Coach, Stephanie Gaitley, Offers Recruiting Advice

Fordham University Women’s Basketball head coach, Stephanie Gaitley, has amassed 562 career wins making her the third-winningest coach in Atlantic 10 history. When Gaitley stepped foot on the Fordham basketball court, the women’s basketball program hadn’t seen a winning season in two decades. Gaitley turned the program around and transformed Fordham collecting three consecutive 20-win

March 24, 2018

LRT Sports: February Coach of the Month, University of Wisconsin – Madison Men’s Hockey Tony Granato

Coach: Tony Granato Sport: Men’s Hockey School: University of Wisconsin – Madison Named the U.S. Olympic Men’s Hockey Team coach for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea. Coached in the NHL for 13 years. Named the 2017 Big Ten Coach of the Year. Played in the NHL for 13 years. Was an

March 1, 2018