Tales from the College Athletic Recruiting Trenches: Girl’s Lacrosse

Are you interested in being recruited as a college lacrosse player? Andrea Aronson brings you first-hand stories and lessons from a lacrosse recruit who has just been through the process.

College Admissions Expert Speaks About Early Decision

Mark advises students to consider a college carefully before applying early decision.

Expert College Counselor Reviews Duke University

A highly prestigious college, Duke University in North Carolina boasts top-notch academics as well as athletics.

Educational Consultant Reviews Wake Forest University in North Carolina

Mark reviews Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Athletic Recruiting – Why Not Plan An “Unofficial Visit” with the Coach?

If you’re interested in playing sports in college, then start your college search early, and be sure to visit the coach when you go to campus!

To Play or Not to Play: College Sports and Academics

I am of two minds when my students consider playing sports in college. Those recruited and hoping to continue following their athletic passion can surely increase their admissibility at many selective colleges. ¬†As we know, schools aim to construct a class of students who bring diverse skills and abilities; one year a selective liberal arts […]

Division I vs. Division III: Sports as a Job, or Scholar-Athlete?

Today I spent another fun-filled day at the Colorado Crossroads volleyball tournament in Denver, where nearly 10,000 volleyball players are participating in this national qualifier event. Parents were steadily coming up to my booth at the tournament (where I was, of course, dispensing some great college advice) to talk about their concerns. The topic of […]