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Tips for College Recruitment

So you want to play tennis in college, huh? Lucky for you, there is probably a way to make that goal happen. With hundreds of colleges and different athletic leagues and organizations, there is most likely a place for you and your talents.


My Final Blog Post to the Recruiting Industry.

A short time ago, I received a notification from WordPress that my recruiting blog that has been largely neglected has reached 10,000 views. I’m not sure what to think about that since I’ve moved away from blogging about the recruitment industry and began serving my niche within recruiting instead.   891 more words


Question of the Day

I am a senior in high school and have been rowing for about 8 months. I was wondering if I should fill out the recruiting questionnaires if I plan on walking on to a rowing team next year. 185 more words


All Five Schools in Mix for Zimmerman

Lori Stevens, the mother of 7-footer Stephen Zimmerman, says all five schools on her son’s list are still in the mix.

“There are five schools, no favorite,” she told SNY.tv by text in comments she echoed on Twitter. 86 more words


Pennsylvania: DOJ 'Hectoring' It Over Fitness Test Administered To Trooper Candidates

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania says it’s committed to recruiting women into the state police force and accuses the federal government of “hectoring” it over the physical fitness tests administered to trooper candidates. 178 more words


Details of top recruit Jaylon Lane's arrest are disturbing

The details behind an in-classroom arrest of top Texas football recruit Jaylon Lane have been released to the public, and they are not pretty.

According to East Texas ABC affiliate KTRE, Lane — a composite four star defensive back and athlete recruit for Nacogdoches High — was arrested on charges of third-degree obstruction, misdemeanor B criminal mischief and misdemeanor A resisting arrest. 248 more words