Wednesday, 23 July 2014 21:39
The college experience is, in many cases, the most important four years in our children’s lives and realizing the potential leverage families of prospective student-athletes have in the college recruiting process, will develop increased confidence and clarity as the college quest unfolds. Then, knowing how to close on this opportunity is, without question, essential. My goal with this article is to identify 5 essential initial steps that prospects, families and coaches can use to effectively launch the college search.
Wednesday, 01 January 2014 17:51
Georgia has the strongest schedule when compared to the Top 12 teams in 2014, according to the annual analysis from CollegeGymFans.com. Each year, we've calculated the relative strength of the schedule (relative schedule difficulty) for the Top 12 Teams, as determined by the Preseason Coaches' Poll. Read on to find out how the rest of the teams fared.
Friday, 27 December 2013 20:16
For the 2014 edition of our ranking of the Top Recruiting Classes, we've had to wait until the last minute to make our decision. "Recruiting" now has an entirely new definition. Some of the athletes in our rankings originally selected their colleges over three years ago. But more than few made their decisions within the last six to nine months. In this age of early recruiting, a lot can change in the three final years of high school and during the first year of competition. Thus, we're also seeing the emergence of a lively late recruiting period and early entries…
Wednesday, 04 December 2013 20:55
*Updated* Every fall, a new set of Women's code modifications are published by the NCAA. These code modifications outline variances in the NCAA code from the USA Gymnastics Junior Olympics Level 10 code. This is the means by which all routines are evaluated during the upcoming season. The latest update contains a few changes from last season, primarily adding special considerations for those athletes that do certain elements of difficulty in their routines, while not raising the minimum standards needed to get a 10. Although the NCAA has different Special Requirements than the NCAA, it shares the same execution deductions…