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Articles by Keirsten Sires

Keirsten is the founder and CEO of LRT Sports. On top of that, she is a writer for The Huddle. Being the Chief Executive Officer of LRT Sports means that Keirsten is the one held accountable for the success of the company’s efforts, across the board. She is also our Chief Amusement Officer; she promotes laughter in our business, eye roll. Playing varsity tennis and soccer for Skidmore College in New York has given her the endurance to be able to push the company to the next level day in and day out.
Keirsten is the founder and CEO of LRT Sports. On top of that, she is a writer for The Huddle. Being the Chief Executive Officer of LRT Sports means that Keirsten is the one held accountable for the success of the company’s efforts, across the board. She is also our Chief Amusement Officer; she promotes laughter in our business, eye roll. Playing varsity tennis and soccer for Skidmore College in New York has given her the endurance to be able to push the company to the next level day in and day out.

Michigan State University Head Baseball Coach, Jake Boss Jr., on what he Expects

Jake Boss Jr., the 16th head coach at Michigan State has become one of the most successful coaches in the school’s 131 year history. Boss has racked up a 333-269 (.553) record in 11 seasons. His teams have had five winning seasons. In seven of the last 11 years, he led the Spartans to 30-win

March 23, 2020 Keirsten Sires

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

University of South Carolina Head Softball Coach, Beverly Smith, Pitches Helpful Advice

Coach Beverly Smith is in her tenth year as the head coach of the softball team at the University of South Carolina.  In those ten years, Coach Smith has led the team to seven NCAA division one tournaments and emerging as the second-winningest coach in school history. Coach Smith’s recruiting feats are nothing shy of

March 12, 2020

UNC Assistant Fencing Coach, Will Randolph’s Sharp Recruiting Advice on Point

Will Randolph graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2008 and was a four-year letter winner for the Tar Heels. The assistant fencing coach at UNC. handles the team’s operations and will focus on the men’s and women’s sabre squads.  Coach Randolph is no stranger to fencing; he began his career

January 9, 2020

Recruiting Horror Stories by LRT Sports™| My Dad Blew My Basketball Chances for Northwestern

James shoots hoops for DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois. But before becoming a Blue Demon basketball player, there was a possibility he wouldn’t have even played college basketball. And it wasn’t because of anything he did. His father’s actions and temper cost James a scholarship. Here is Jake’ Recruiting Horror Story, and it’s not pretty. 

January 6, 2020

Lake Forest Basketball Coach Discusses Club Basketball & Recruiting

Lake Forest‘s head basketball coach, Ken Davis, led his team to the first NCAA Division III Tournament appearance in the school’s program history. For the fourth consecutive season, the team qualified for the four-team MWC Tournament. The team’s four-year streak of advancing to the MWC Tournament is the longest in program history. With an impressive 71

December 16, 2019

University of Iowa Head Baseball Coach Discusses Highlight Tapes & Playing Hard

Rick Heller is the head coach of the Iowa Hawkeyes. Coach Heller lead the Hawkeyes to 204 victories which gives him an average of 34 wins per season — advancing to two NCAA Regionals and claiming the first Big Ten Tournament title in program history (Hawkeye Sports).  Heller helped to guide six All-Americans and at

October 24, 2019

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