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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 Keirsten Sires

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

Lansing Ignite, Michael Kirk, Advice on Soccer Recruiting Process

New York, NY – July 15, 2019 – The journey to becoming a professional athlete is filled with tons of tasks and obstacles along the way. Training and working on your game in high school, getting that college team offer, and then making it professionally is the typical sequence of events for an athlete who

December 14, 2020

Notre Dame Volleyball

Volleyball is a team sport in which a net separates two teams of six players. Each team tries to score points by grounding a ball on the other team’s court under organized rules. It has been a part of the official program of the Summer Olympic Games since 1964. Fun Facts:  Most volleyball players jump

December 7, 2020

Optional Practice | Is it Really Optional?

Being a collegiate student-athlete is a huge time commitment. Throughout the competition season and the offseason, coaches will often open up their facilities to their athletes for “optional practice,” but what exactly does that entail? Are you wondering if you will be  penalized for not attending? Will you look like you don’t care if you

September 10, 2020

Is My Athletic Scholarship Guaranteed? It Depends.

In a perfect world, all athletic scholarships would be guaranteed for four years (and plenty of people believe they actually are), but unfortunately, the NCAA is far from perfect. The reality is that scholarship policies can vary widely by conference and university, and coaches often do not fully explain these dynamics to athletes. In essence,

August 11, 2020

Policy Update on Merit, Needs-Based, and Athletic Scholarships in the NCAA

On July 15th, the NCAA’s Division 1 Council voted to adopt legislation that exempts need-and-merit-based financial aid from counting against athletic scholarship limits for partial-scholarship sports. The rule is set to go into place on August 1st, and although there are currently limited details on what the legislation looks like in practice, here are some

July 30, 2020

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