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Are Disparities of Recruiting During Covid-19 Affecting Athletes?

Imagine this. You are nearing the end of junior year with the optimistic mindset that in the coming fall, you’ll soon be officially committed to attend your dream school with a scholarship to play the sport you love. Then, as talk of the “novel coronavirus” gains traction over weeks then months, these goals merely seem

April 15, 2021 Jordan Alcon

DI Rower and How Her World Stood Still Due to the Pandemic

As a Division 1 rower for the George Washington University, I can remember the day my rowing world stood still. On March 12, 2020, the NCAA canceled all spring championships, followed that afternoon by GW’s conference, the Atlantic 10, announcing our conference championship’s cancellation. My team huddled together that night, desperately searching for the words

March 29, 2021

Two Time Olympian, Brandi Chastain, on Helping to Guide Women in Soccer and in Life

LRT Sports and brandi Chastain discuss mental health during the pandemic, college recruiting, and advice from Brandi on getting outside of your comfort zone. If you should ever be reminiscing about women’s soccer, it’s a sure thing that this iconic soccer player will come up in conversation. You know whom I’m talking about, yes, Brandi

February 11, 2021

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

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 the most prominent assistant coaches within college softball on the west coast, Carbonatto looked to earn the role of leading her own team. Her extensive

February 8, 2021

COVID-19 and the Mental Health Epidemic on Athletes

Not surprisingly, COVID-19 and the conditions have harmed the athlete population. Student-athletes are facing a culture shock, unlike any other sub-group. Not only are their social and academic lives on hold, but they’ve also been taken away from their sport for an extended amount of time. Though COVID-19 may be bringing light to the mental

January 21, 2021

Former Longtime Cornell Coach & Ivy League Advisor Gives Inside Scoop on Recruiting and Admissions During Covid-19

Dr. Arthur Smith, known as Artie by his colleagues and students, studied history and Africana Studies as an undergraduate in the College of Arts and Sciences at Cornell University, where he graduated cum laude and with distinction in all subjects. He continued his education at Duke University, where he earned his MA and Ph.D. in

January 11, 2021

Brown University Soccer Champion Talks about the Coaching Staff, ID Camps, and COVID-19

Brittany Raphino is a forward and rising sophomore on the Brown women’s soccer team who captured the Ivy Championships for Brown for the first time in history. Raphino was awarded the Ivy Rookie of the Year title, ECAC Rookie of the Year Honors, and unanimously was voted to All-Ivy Honors. 6th in the Ivy league

January 4, 2021

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