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Going Pro in Football, Women’s Basketball and Men’s Golf

Football According to the NCAA, as well as data from the NFL’s draft in 2018, only 1.6% of NCAA football players go on to play professionally. In their research, they found that, there were “256 draft picks in 2018, 255 of whom were former NCAA players. NCAA to Major Pro figure [was] calculated using [this]

February 17, 2020 Ashton Royal

A Student-Athlete’s Battle With Mental Health

“I experienced body-shaming from my coach; it made me feel like I was not good enough.” These are the words of Kristi, a Division I student-athlete who has been struggling with her mental health while competing at her ‘dream school’. She is not alone; about 22% of young adults aged 18-25 experience any form of

February 13, 2020

What Athletes Should Know About Post-Injury Depression

A study of 353 male college athletes from a variety of sports found 51% exhibited symptoms of depression after being injured and 12% became moderately to severely depressed, according to the New York Times. Self-evaluating can help athletes recognize signs and symptoms of struggling to cope with injuries.If you think you may need help, please

January 30, 2020

UNC Athletes | The Mental Stress & Effects of Injuries

With the physical demands of high school and college sports today, it is rare that an athlete makes it through their playing career without some sort of injury. For example, the NCAA reports that the overall injury rate in NCAA football is 8.1 injuries per 1,000 athlete exposures. This is with games and practices combined. There

January 20, 2020

NWHL Athlete Shares Recruiting Insight

Savannah Harmon was a two-year captain of the Clarkson University Division I Women’s Ice Hockey team. Harmon led the team to two National Championship titles in 2017 and 2018. Some of her greatest accomplishments include first-team All-American, Top-10 Finalist for the 2018 Patty Kazmaier award, and ECAC Hockey’s Best Defenseman Award Winner. After four outstanding years

November 7, 2019

How to Prepare for Women’s College Ice Hockey

Recruiting for college hockey begins at a young age. I understand this because I worked hard to be a member of the Yale women’s ice hockey team so that I can speak from experience. I started noticing the arenas filling up with scouts in ninth grade, so I decided to begin the recruiting process early

September 2, 2019

Life After College Athletics | The Workforce

My name is Tom O’Brien, and I played DI tennis at Villanova University in Pennsylvania. This is my story and my advice for life after college athletics.  It’s match point in one of the biggest games in my tennis career; coaches from top colleges are present, dad is pacing back and forth, mom sitting in

July 15, 2019

YOUR JOURNEY STARTS HERE