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Articles by Chandler Frumin

A Rhodes College Golfer and her Battle with Depression

A Rhodes College athlete was concerned for her mental health.  Making the transition from high school to college life can be an arduous process for young adults. The transition happened to be extremely challenging for one student-athlete who was about to play her sport at the collegiate level. Former Rhodes College golfer Jessica Ritter (’15)

January 30, 2019 Chandler Frumin

Where DI, DII, and DIII Differ for Student-athletes

The NCAA prides itself on creating an opportunity for young athletes. Providing opportunities for learning is at the heart of the NCAA’s mission. The NCAA set academic standards so that student-athletes can get the most out of their education. Athletes will be able to build skills for success in the workplace and in life. For

January 28, 2018

Clemson Rowing Facilities – Take a Tour With Us

What is it like to be a Clemson University rower for a day? Take a tour of the Clemson facilities to find out.

January 13, 2018

Recruiting Horror Stories by LRT Sports™ | Why Recruiting Visits Are a Must

Switching from playing high-level soccer to rowing my junior year created a world of opportunity regarding being recruited to top universities to row. I put a lot of time and energy into researching programs, talking to coaches, and creating my “rowing resume”. By the time I was a senior in high school, I was determined

November 30, 2017

Professional Soccer Player | Meghan Cox of the Houston Dash Offers Recruiting Advice

Meghan Cox is a professional soccer player for the Houston Dash; she played at James Madison University her freshman year of college and then went on to play at the University of Virginia her remaining three years of college. LRT Sports talked with Meghan Cox about upcoming recruits, and her recruiting experiences.  LRT Sports: What

November 13, 2017

Mental Health Illness in Collegiate Athletics

Think of the adjectives that come to mind when you think of an athlete. Most people would use words like strong, tough, fit, quick and “on-top.” These qualities, albeit true, often pigeonhole college athletes and give them the impression that they have to uphold a front of complete perfection, ranging from their physical attributes to

November 5, 2017

NAIA Scholarships Per Sport

Unfamiliar with the NAIA?  The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, or the NAIA, offers over $600M in scholarships every year. Founded in 1937, the NAIA consists of about 300 member institutions with approximately 65,000 student-athletes. In comparison to the NCAA, the NAIA remains a smaller association but offers bountiful opportunities to athletes across the nation.

September 28, 2017