A Cautionary Tale: When Parental Sideline Behavior Causes Player Cuts
Danielle Slaton shares a story of how one elite player failed to make a cut because of her father's behavior.
Team Vs. Player Development In Youth Soccer
Developing athletes as players and people -- not just winning -- is key to getting them noticed by recruiters.
Stanford's David Shaw: Dealing with Players' Social Media Use
Social media can make or break an athlete's future in sport, watch this video to find out why!
There's More To Being An Athlete Than How You Perform On The Field
Trainer Eric Eisendrath talks about a shift in focus which has put more emphasis on an athlete's whole self.
Recruiting: How Social Media Can Make Or Break You
Northwestern Football Coach Pat Fitzgerald explains how collegiate programs monitor recruits' social media.
The Next Level, Playing In College
Help your child through the recruiting process and college sports search with these tips.
Recruitment: Three Intangibles An Athlete Can Show College Coaches
Make it easy for coaches to recruit you: demonstrate authenticity and communication skills that help teams.
Monitoring Player Use Of Social Media
College coaches, like Erin Chastain of DePaul, increasingly monitor social media accounts of athletes.
Social Media: Don't Lose A $140k Scholarship for a 140-Character Tweet
Former Collegiate Basketball player advises student-athletes on the proper use of social media.
Assessing A Recruit's Parents
Notre Dame Men's Basketball Coach Mike Brey considers a recruit's parents when offering scholarships.