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Coaches look beyond rowing

College coaches look at more than rowing stats when thinking about a potential recruit. They want to “know” as much about the rower/coxswain as possible to help them determine if the athlete will be a good match for the team. While rowing performance is of primary importance to a college rowing coach, recruits should understand […]

Men’s Collegiate rowing

Great article about  Men’s rowing in terms of both  funding and opportunities.   http://www.row2k.com/features/1032/Men-s-Rowing-in-the-U-S–Part-3–Little-Money–Lots-of-Opportunity-in-Men-s-Collegiate-Rowing/

Confusion around new SAT

Evaluating new SAT scores is difficult since the test is relatively new and some experts think more data is needed. http://www.thedp.com/article/2017/01/penn-regular-decision-update-2021

Boston college -great school is perfect match for football star

Boston college: great school, strong academics and alumni network make the BC perfect match for Matt Ryan, star football quarterback. http://www.bostonglobe.com/sports/colleges/2016/11/18/matt-ryan-thrilled-have-number-retired/xZFxmTdlgGb4LtqkfVS6fO/story.html?s_campaign=8315

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Ivy League proposes NCAA legislation against early recruiting

Early recruiting can be harmful to high school athletes-changing their focus from academic and athletic development to the college search.  Early commitments may change if the prospect does not progress  academically  or athletically as expected or if the prospect is injured.   http://www.thedartmouth.com/article/2016/11/ivy-league-proposes-new-legislation-to-combat-early-recruiting

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