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Injury is an inherent part of any athletic endeavor and no one understands this better than college coaches. There are many prospects and families who hedge when bringing up the topic of injury while engaged in the college recruiting process, fearing [Read More]
The competition for an athletic college scholarship can be ferocious.
Many high school athletes want to play sports in college, but each program has only so many precious roster spots available.
As a Division II women’s college volleyball coach, I have spent many [Read More]
Listen to That Dan Band Show: Episode 11 – Starting Your Own Company and Becoming Solution-Oriented with Mark PerrettKianna Arreola2022-04-15T16:23:39+00:00
When you go to a showcase or camp, don’t just hope coaches notice you. Use your CaptainU athlete profile to connect with them before, during, and after the event. At camps and showcases, there are a few things [Read More]
CaptianU Live Season 2 Episode 13: In this episode, we cover the college application process from how to prepare to FAQ’s.
Did you enjoy this video? Check out our Youtube Channel for more weekly recruiting tips and tricks! [Read More]
CaptianU Live Season 2 Episode 12: In today’s session, we cover how to narrow down your college prospect list. We answer where should you be focusing, what schools feel like the best fit, and where you should be putting [Read More]
Listen to That Dan Band Show: Episode 10 – Preparation, Competence, and Diversity in the Orchestral Percussion World with Alana WiesingKianna Arreola2022-03-09T03:39:20+00:00
CaptianU Live Season 2 Episode 11: In today’s session, we cover what you as an athlete and recruit should be doing in your off-season. Most conversations cover how you should be training but we want to cover how you [Read More]
Give yourself an edge in the pool and on the recruiting trail
Compared to other sports, water polo is relatively small. However, while there are a few more male high school water polo players than women, there are significantly more women’s teams [Read More]