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University of San Diego Coach, Ben Barton, Talks about Importance of NIL to Athletes Not on Scholarship

By Isaac Haney|November 15, 2021

Ben Barton is the Special Teams Coordinator and Defensive Backs Coach at the University of San Diego. He has coached at USD for seven years, and previously coached linebackers at...

Picking a School
SRUSA’s Don Williams on Finding the Right Fit

By Jaime Evers|November 1, 2021

Don Williams coached soccer for 22 years. During those 22 years, he recruited a lot of international athletes, which is how he met Chris Cousins. Chris is a recruiting “headhunter”...

Going Pro
Coach Claire Scanlan: Player Development and Going Pro

By Noah Fisher|October 18, 2021

Claire Scanlan is the Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach at Temple University. Coach Scanlan is also a former midfielder for the Republic of Ireland women’s national football team. She played for...

athlete advice
Quinnipiac Athletes Share Coach Advice on Being Confident and Controlling the Game

By Christian Nicolosi|October 4, 2021

Quinnipiac University has a strong, Division I athletic program. They compete in 18 sports, and are represented by almost 500 college athletes.  5 of these athletes have come together to...

Coach Advice
The Recruiting Process with David Dick, High School Athletic Director

By Bryana Hopkins|September 27, 2021

David Dick is the Athletic Director at Fremd High School in Palatine, IL. Unlike college coaches who want to recruit athletes to their team, athletic directors are unbiased and see...

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Let’s Talk College Football with DI and DIII Coaches

By Eyon Brown|September 13, 2021

2.9% of high school athletes go on to play football at the Division I level, and 2.5% go on to play at the Division III level. The NCAA has recorded...

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Recruiting Advice from DII Women’s Soccer Coach, Chris Hennessey

By Charlie Ducret|September 7, 2021

Chris Hennessey was born and raised in Manchester, England, where he played in the city’s youth-level football club, one of England’s premier clubs. He later attended Lee University, where he...

Coaches & Recruiting
What NCAA Head Football Coaches Look For in Recruits

By LRT Sports Staff|September 6, 2021

LRT Sports spoke to several head football coaches in the NCAA and asked them what the most important quality that they look for when recruiting athletes is. Academics and character...

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Harvard’s Assistant Tennis Coach Talks Character, Grades, and Resources

By Suraj Mahtani|June 21, 2021

Omar El Kheshen’s first season as the assistant coach (2019-2020) was canceled by the Ivy League and Harvard due to COVID-19. But not before securing a 7-2 record. This also...

The HBCU Experience: Coaches Panel by LRT Sports

By Keirsten Sires|June 14, 2021

LRT Sports hosted a panel of Historically Black Colleges and Universities’ Coaches to help educate prospective student-athletes. This inclusive Q&A representing both Men and Women’s athletic programs aims to shine...

College Coaches Panel | Women In Sports: Same Game, Double Standard

By Jordan Alcon|June 10, 2021

LRT Sports hosted a panel of women’s college coaches around the country to shed light on the disparities that exist between men’s and women’s NCAA athletics. This discussion is intended...

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What Women’s Ice Hockey Coaches and Pros Have to Say About the Recruiting Process

By Jordan Alcon|May 7, 2021

Given the differing coach perspectives and expectations across all Division I women’s hockey teams, LRT Sports set out to piece together a holistic analysis of recruiting. Below are a number...

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Men’s Basketball Head Coach Lamont Paris, “Can You See Yourself Being Coached by Me?”

By Eyon Brown|May 3, 2021

Can you see yourself being coached by Coach Lamont Paris? After listening to his interview, We are thinking that your answer will be yes. Paris will explain what coachability means...

Utica College Men’s Basketball Coach, Sean Coffey, on Versatility, Body Language and Scoring from Multiple Areas

By Keirsten Sires|March 8, 2021

Sean Coffey took the reins as head coach ahead of the 2016-17 season. He has led the Pioneers to a 59-45 overall record and a 38-24 mark in the Empire...

Santa Clara University Softball Coach Gina Carbonatto Hits a Homerun With Advice

By Hannah Russell|February 8, 2021

With this being her first season at Santa Clara University and as a newly-appointed head coach, Gina Carbonnatto has had her fair share of coaching experience. While being one of...

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