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Franklin Pierce Head Women’s Soccer Coach, Jonathan Garbar | Get on the Radar of a Successful Coach

Coach Jonathan Garbar is the fourth head coach in Franklin Pierce’s program history. In 2018, Garbar led Franklin Pierce to a league-record eighth Northeast-10 Conference title, its first since 2006, with a 3-0 win over Assumption. Again in 2018, Garbar’s team reached a high ranking position at No. 7.  The United Soccer Coaches poll ranked

May 25, 2020 Gema Fernandez

NCAA Wrestling Rule Change

In life, change is inevitable. When it comes to sports, especially college sports with organizations overseeing its operations, there is always the question of whether the change is for the benefit of the players and competitors or the organization and its accompanying self-interest. Are they trying to benefit the sport or themselves? We’ll look at

February 24, 2020

Ashland Basketball Coach Offers Valuable Recruiting Advice

Former Ashland University standout Kari Pickens (Daugherty) recently took over the reins of her alma mater as the new women’s basketball coach during the 2018-19 season. Transferring to Ashland from Division I Dayton after her sophomore year in 2011, Pickens put together one of the best back-to-back seasons as a player in Division II women’s

November 18, 2019

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

Missouri Southern State University Head Softball Coach Blackney Offers Advice

There are many uncertainties and questions concerning how to begin the recruiting process, and where to go once you begin. The valuable information that Blackney has amassed from her tenure across multiple NCAA Divisions throughout her almost ten years of coaching experience is exceptionally insightful.

March 11, 2019

Where DI, DII, and DIII Differ for Student-athletes

The NCAA prides itself on creating an opportunity for young athletes. Providing opportunities for learning is at the heart of the NCAA’s mission. The NCAA set academic standards so that student-athletes can get the most out of their education. Athletes will be able to build skills for success in the workplace and in life. For

January 28, 2018

NCAA DII: New Academic Requirements

As we roll into the new year, we bump into new rules and requirements. The NCAA Division 2 program has new NCAA requirements that all high-school recruits must take a look at. Future NCAA Division 2 athletes need to pay close attention to these new requirements because it can be the deciding factor on whether

January 12, 2018

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