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Baseball | Former Oregon State Baseball Player Talks Scholarship Offers & Being a Walk On

Jack Anderson is a former outfielder for the Oregon State baseball team. As a junior in 2017, Anderson batted .281 while starting 45 of 59 games and racking up 30 RBIs and 33 runs scored as the Beavers advanced to the College World Series for the first time since 2013. The following year, he batted

August 2, 2021 Lauren Gilbert

Top Five Division 3 Football Stadiums

There is a wide range of Division III stadiums located across the country that could be considered in the running for the most fantastic facilities at this level. While there are certain aspects of judging a stadium that is in the eyes of the beholder, these five arenas stand apart from others in their pure

July 12, 2021

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

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 to continue the dialogue surrounding these inequalities and differences that grabbed national attention during the 2021 NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball tournaments.Coaches featured: Florida, Women’s

June 10, 2021

Sports Psychologist and Former Tufts Baseball Player, Greg Chertok, Discusses being a Walk-on and Becoming a Lone Captain

Greg Chertok is a Sports Psychologist and Head Player Development for Telos Sport Psychology  Accolades:  2006 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District baseball teams ESPN The Magazine Academic Regional All-American New England College All-Star Greg is now the head player development consultant for Telos Sport Psychology Coaches in New York, where he trains high school and

June 7, 2021

Pro Lacrosse Player, Reece Eddy, on Staying Motivated and Transferring to BU

Reece Eddy is a former Boston University LSM player and team captain in 2020. He was honored as an Inside Lacrosse All-American and earned Patriot League Defensive Player of the week in March 2019. He appeared in every game junior and senior year following his transfer from Canisius, where he also played in every game.

May 24, 2021

UNC Women’s Soccer Athlete, Julia Dorsey, Talks About What It’s Like to Compete for a Legendary Coach Anson Dorrance

The 5-foot 7-inch defender from Baltimore, Maryland, had a great first season with the University of North Carolina Women’s Soccer team. Playing 27 games and starting 18, she was a dominant competitor as only a rising sophomore. Dorsey attended UNC with a lacrosse scholarship but impressed the soccer coaches at one of their ID Camps.

May 20, 2021

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

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