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New Recruiting Critical Dates

Recent NCAA Rules have been adopted which change dates for recruiting.  This allows recruits to begin communication with coaches as early as June 15th after sophomore year in high school. Below are specific dates for coach contact and face to face meetings. Correspondence/Private message: 6/15 after sophomore year Incoming/outgoing calls: 6/15 after sophomore year Unofficial/Official […]

College are tracking students as part of admissions process

The recent Wall Street Journal article “Colleges Mine Data on Their Applicants” (WSJ January 26, 2019 by Douglas Belkin) describes colleges tracking of applicants “demonstrated interest” in a school.  The goal of this tracking is to protect  the schools “yield” or number of students who enroll after being accepted.   This became more important with […]

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NCAA Rule Changes and How They Affect You – by Carolyn Glandorf

Two rules have been changed since May of 2018 that will have a strong bearing on recruiting going forward. One pushed the unofficial visit time date to junior year while the other moved forward the official visit to the athlete’s junior year. The NCAA has claimed this rule change was meant to mimic the rest […]

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Official Visit 101 – by former college coach Carolyn Glandorf

Official visit 101 Official visits can be stressful. Most students are traveling further from home perhaps alone for the first time in their lives to impress coaches and find the right school for them. Here are some critical tips you may not think of to help you during your 48 hours on campus. Remember, it […]

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College coaches understand that all high school teams are not equal

There are many different levels of high school rowing teams across the country. Some teams have national reputations and are in the elite group of teams who are top finishers in regattas each season. Other teams are less developed, may draw from a much smaller population or are located in areas where rowing is less […]

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