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All Athletes | 12 Mistakes Commonly Made by Athletes Regarding the Recruiting Process

Being recruited and looking for colleges’ is one of the highlights of being a high school athlete. This process is exciting but can also be very overwhelming, and because of that, athletes tend to make some mistakes. College searches and the recruiting process require preparation. Here’s a list of mistakes commonly made recruiting mistakes.  Waiting

July 7, 2021 Erin Smith

What it Means for Athletes to Profit off of NIL as of July 1st and What’s Next

July 1st is a key date for college athletes and stakeholders in college sports. Today, name, image, and likeness laws from Alabama, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Mississippi, New Mexico, Ohio, Oregon, and Texas are set to go into effect, granting college athletes limited rights to their NILs for the first time in history. The

July 1, 2021

NCAA v Alston: The “Death of Amateurism?”

If there’s one thing that has the potential to unite people of all political affiliations, it’s the consensus that the NCAA’s breadth of control is getting out of hand. On Monday, the Supreme Court released its decision over NCAA v. Alston, ruling unanimously against the NCAA. This is a massive moment in both sports law

June 24, 2021

Harvard’s Assistant Tennis Coach Talks Character, Grades and Resources

Omar El Kheshen’s first season as the assistant coach (2019-2020) was canceled by the Ivy League and Harvard due to COVID-19. But not before securing a 7-2 record. This also included a singles mark of 80-34 and doubles record of 44-18.  El Kheshen was successful as associate head men’s and women’s tennis coach at Southwest

June 21, 2021

The HBCU Experience: Coaches Panel by LRT Sports

LRT Sports hosted a panel of Historically Black Colleges and Universities’ Coaches to help educate prospective student-athletes. This inclusive Q&A representing both Men and Women’s athletic programs aims to shine a light on the countless opportunities provided both academically and athletically at HBCU institutions. Coaches panel: Southern University and A&M College Head Baseball Coach Kerrick

June 14, 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