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Articles by Firoz George

UNC Women’s Soccer Coach Anson Dorrance Offers Advice

There are too many accolades to list for this great coach. But just to name a few. He has been with the Tar Heels for 42 years, and he is the head coach and founder of the UNC women’s soccer program which started in September of 1979. Anson Dorrance Is the 2016 winner of distinguished

May 23, 2019 Firoz George

The Day in the Life of a DI Fencer

Typically, student-athletes are recruited to score touchdowns, hit home runs, or sprint on a track; but what makes my experience unique is that I was recruited to fight with swords. My name is Firoz George, and I am a Saber Fencer for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and I am going to

November 15, 2018

Alabama Football: Hale Hentges Talks College, Career, and his Opinion on UCF

Hale Hentges is a tight end on the University of Alabama Football Team. He is from Jefferson City, Missouri where he played football for Helias High School. While at Helias, ESPN ranked him as the third-best tight end in  2015, Hale was chosen to play in the Under Armour All-America Game. Despite receiving offers from

September 1, 2018

Top 10 D1 Football Locker Rooms

Having a good locker room is key to every college football team’s success. It’s where the coach inspires his team, where players get in the zone before games, and something that recruits take into account when choosing where to play. They clearly set the tone for how successful a team can be, so it comes

July 7, 2018

University of Pennsylvania Wrestling Head Coach, Roger Reina, Talks About Getting on a Coach’s Radar

A legend within the Ivy League, Roger Reina is the Head Wrestling Coach at the University of Pennsylvania. Along with being the winningest coach in Penn wrestling history, Reina has led the program to eight Ivy League Championships, four EIWA Championships, and multiple top ten and top twenty NCAA finishes. He has also coached and

June 18, 2018