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Articles by LRT Sports Staff

FSU Football Player, Chaz Neal, talks Redshirting, Grades, and Social Media

Chaz Neal is an offensive lineman for Florida State University; he stands 6’7 and is 317 pounds. In 2018 he worked with Florida State University’s scout team while redshirting. In 2019 Chaz appeared in all 13 games, he worked hard to help Noles convert 46 of 47 PAT’s. Prior to FSU, Mr. Neal was a

October 26, 2020 LRT Sports Staff

Minnesota Moorhead Softball Coach, Amanda Reckamp, Talks Persistence & Communication

Amanda Reckamp was recently named the new head softball coach at Minnesota State University Moorhead (MSUM). During her first season of 2018-2019, she worked hard to revamp the Dragons softball team. Under Reckamp’s guidance, the Dragons were able to break the doubles record in mid-April.  Reckamp coached at Grinnell College for eight seasons. In 2018,

November 11, 2019

Former University of Maryland Wrestling Coach, Kerry McCoy, Offers Advice to Athletes

Coach Kerry McCoy began his coaching career at the University of Maryland on May 12, 2008. The former All-American and Olympic wrestler guided the Terps to four top-20 finishes at the NCAA Championships, three ACC titles, and coaching a total of seven Terps to a total of 11 All-American. Coach McCoy was also named ACC

October 10, 2019


The Northern Kentucky women’s basketball team just completed their season, and tension surrounds the program as allegations about head coach Camryn Whitaker emerge from graduating senior guard Taryn Taugher and her current and former teammates. These players claim that coach Whitaker allegedly mentally abused them and created a toxic environment for the team, which favored

April 8, 2019

LRT Sports Feature: vIQtory Interview with Daniel John Orlovsky

The LRT Sports team has teamed up with vIQtory to share Daniel John Orlovsky’s college football recruiting story. Dan is a former American football quarterback who played thirteen seasons in the NFL and is currently a football analyst for ESPN. He was drafted by the Detroit Lions in the fifth round of the 2005 NFL Draft.

November 30, 2018

Bowdoin Football Coach, Jonathan Michaeles, Talks Ability, and Character

When Bowdoin College head coach Jonathan Michaeles said, “We’re trying to help our incoming students make a successful transition into college, have an impact on their community, and carry it into a successful career” it was music to our ears. “Our entire staff, along with alumni, is involved with the total development of our players. It

February 27, 2017

What the Locker Room Means to Me

The phrase “a successful team beats with one heart” greets me each day at the front of the Bucknell University women’s track and field locker room. Track and field has the innate tendency to be divided into smaller segments because of the variety of events within the sport. It’s difficult for a long distance runner to

October 19, 2016