10 Things To Know During The Recruiting Process: Garry May CC/Track

1) I only want to compete for a Division I program in college: It is important to focus on finding the right fit academically and athletically. Choosing a school because it has a good athletic program should not be the top priority. However, finding schools that offer...

How To Combat Comparison by MCK

In the age of social media, the images that we see can often portray perfection all around us. Not many (including myself) post or share the hardships or imperfections of their lives. When perusing through Instagram, Facebook, or Snapchat we see the highlight reel for...

How much does confidence change your game by Mandy Raff

Disclaimer- By no means am I a psychologist or specialist in sports psychology or confidence, but here is my story. I was recently listening to a podcast by my new partner, Mandy Close Kavanaugh, called Inspired by Her. In one particular episode she was interviewing...

Formulating A Summer College Recruiting Plan

Now that your meets are finished for 2017, it is time to set new goals and have a plan for your recruiting path. Below are a few items to think about: 1. Hopefully you will get a few days off to rest your mind and body. 2.  Meet with your club coach and discuss what...

How To Prepare For JO Nationals

For those of you that have competed at this meet several times, you know what to expect. For the first time qualifier, it may be a little overwhelming. CONGRATS TO ALL! JO Nationals should be a celebration not just for the athletes but also the coaches that have...

Mandy Close Kavanaugh’s Dreams Came True

When I was in the third grade, I had the opportunity to be the “team manager” for the Montana State Women’s Basketball team. My mom worked in the MSU athletic department and because I loved basketball and needed something to do after school aside from disrupting her...

Katherine’s Perspective On Division 1, 2 & 3

  Having been a Division 2 athlete and coach, often times people think that the division of the school makes the program more or less competitive, but with increasing parity in collegiate gymnastics, that's not always the case. There are several distinct...

Mandy’s Top 5 Reasons To Play College Soccer

Mandy Raff's Top 5 Reasons To Play College Soccer 1.  Because you LOVE your sport and are not ready to retire. Your goal is to play at the next level and you can’t imagine your life without a team or the next competition….sound familiar? 2.  Build an incredible...

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