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Yesterday I spoke with a NCAA division I coach who shared the story of a recruit who was struggling to make a decision. The recruit wanted the academics of one school, the warm weather of another school and the coaching … Continue reading
I received the following email from a high school coach who is looking for some recruiting advice for a young woman he coaches. We have a junior girl who is pretty good and is interested in going on and running … Continue reading
Alan Versaw, girls coach at The Classical Academy, and Colorado editor of MileSplit.us, have collaborated on a series of posts dedicated to the college recruiting process, with this being the last installment of the series. Alan’s comments are below, then … Continue reading
Alan Versaw, girls coach at The Classical Academy, and Colorado editor of MileSplit.us, have collaborated on a series of posts dedicated to the college recruiting process. The first and second installment focus on what questions to ask the high school … Continue reading
This article concludes the series on college recruiting with a wrap-up on the topic of transitioning from high school to college training. Alan’s comments come first and then my comments follow in italics.
The question that I’m supposed to answer in this installment is, “How to improve the transition from HS training to collegiate training.” Simple question on the surface, but complex if one considers the following:
In this part we wrap up the question of “What should the role of the HS coach be in the recruiting process?” Alan shares his thoughts and my thoughts will follow his. My comments are italicized.