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Wesleyan’s Head Women’s Hockey Coach Jodi Mckenna Talks NESCAC Hockey

Recruiting information during the pandemic is more important now than ever. LRT Sports has college recruiting advice from hundreds of college head coaches to make sure you the most informed and successful recruiting process possible. Jodi Mckenna has been the head coach of the Wesleyan Women’s Ice Hockey program for 12 years. Mckenna played Division

September 24, 2020 Stephanie O'Brien

Pro Soccer Player Talks Probability of an Athlete in Junior College Going to a DI College

Kathellen Sousa is a professional soccer player who graduated from the University of Central Florida two years ago. Kathellen is originally from Sao Vincente, Brazil. She played her first two years in a JUCO at Monroe college, a DI school. In her freshman year, she started most of the games having amazing individual results. She

September 14, 2020

Former OSU Football Player, Jashon Cornell, on Biggest Challenge as a College Athlete and why Ohio State

Hearing from current and former athletes about recruiting and college athletics during COVID-19 is especially important. Here is an interview with Jashon Cornell.

September 3, 2020

Skidmore Men’s Basketball Coach, Joe Burke, on Why his Program is Unique and What he Looks for in a Player

Joe Burke, Skidmore College Men’s Basketball coach, is the winningest coach in program history. Over the course of his ten-year career at Skidmore, Coach Burke has won 168 games and 5 conference championships, appearing in 6 NCAA tournaments and coaching 22 All Liberty League players and 2 All Americans. He also boasts the school record

August 31, 2020

University of Michigan Women’s Water Polo Head Coach Dives in With Recruiting Advice

Dr. Marcelo Leonardi is the University of Michigan Women’s Water Polo Head Coach since 2014. He has just completed his sixth season as head coach for the Michigan Wolverines. In his six years coaching, his record is 143-56, and he has led his teams to four straight years of being CWPA Champions and four consecutive

August 20, 2020

Pro Tennis Player, Kristie Ahn, on Academics, the Recruiting Process and Why Stanford

Kristie Ahn, age 27, is from New Jersey and is a Korean-American tennis player. Ahn had always wanted to go pro, but with a strong push for higher education from her parents, she decided to go to college. She went to Stanford University and graduated in 2014. Stanford did better in her collegiate career than

August 10, 2020

Stanford Women’s Tennis Head Coach, Lele Forood, Aces Advice for all Athletes

The most decorated women’s tennis program in the history of the sport remains in capable hands of head coach Lele Forood. Forood recently completed her 20th season at the helm. During her time, the Cardinal compiled a 466-44 overall record and captured 10 NCAA team titles, 15 conference titles, and coached 25 All-Americans, five NCAA

August 6, 2020

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