Recruiting Seminars…Sales Pitch or Valuable Resource?

The reason for these seminars, which are put on for high school sports teams, club sports teams, and other sports related organizations, is to educate prospects, coaches, and parents in the recruiting process. Unfortunately, some people are using these seminars to sell their products and services – usually related to recruiting or a recruiting service. Their message is often slanted toward the need for their products and service.

Take Your Passion and Make It Happen!

Just Like the Song Says:  “What a Feeling!” Much like Irene Cara’s Academy Award-winning song fromthe movie  “Flashdance,” Carson High (CA) senior Kendra Krupp is taking her passion for volleyball to a new level – across the country to Methodist University in Fayetteville, N.C. After working her way into the lineup at setter for Carson … Read more

Summer Sports Camps

What is the significance of being invited to a particular school’s sports camp? College athletic programs hold sports camps, usually in the summer, for two main reasons. First, this is an opportunity for coaches to make extra money. In fact, some of them do quite well and count on this extra income to supplement their … Read more

Top Five Ways to Catch a College Coach’s Attention

5. Communicate Clearly: Stay away from Internet jargon…write emails, notes and letters in complete sentences using proper English, capitalization and punctuation. 4. Play Club or Travel: College coaches simply don’t scout high school events the way they did in the past. Want to be seen, go where the coaches will be watching. College showcases and … Read more

UAB Women’s Tennis

“I look forward to working with you all in the coming years.”  UAB Women’s Tennis coach Krissy Hall recently sent a letter to us expressing her appreciation for the assistance NSR has provided to her in recruiting . 

Important New NAIA Registration Rule

By now, everyone knows about the requirement to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center (formerly the Clearinghouse) in order to be eligible for NCAA sports. But did you know that beginning in 2011 you have to also be registered with the NAIA Eligibility Center? And yes, you’re going to have to pay an additional fee. … Read more

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