RecruitPKB: The D1 Syndrome

As many of you know, this syndrome is probably one of the most prevalent during the process. It is one of the main reasons why many young athletes don’t find the right fit and end up unhappy. Yes having a Continue reading RecruitPKB: The D1 Syndrome

RecruitPKB: James Madison Coach Q and A

This week’s college coach Q and A is a special one for me. James Madison head coach Sarah Sargent and I were college teammates and roommates at Furman University. We both came into college as the underdogs among some of Continue reading RecruitPKB: James Madison Coach Q and A

RecruitPKB: The Full Ride Syndrome

The next few weeks I will be covering some of the typical “syndromes” we see that affect a player’s success as they try to find the right college fit. This first one is called the “full ride syndrome”. I recently Continue reading RecruitPKB: The Full Ride Syndrome

RecruitPKB: Walk Ons and Roster Spots

What is the difference between a walk-on and a roster spot? This is always a tough question to answer because many coaches use these terms differently. Generally, a walk-on means you get into the school on your own and will Continue reading RecruitPKB: Walk Ons and Roster Spots

RecruitPKB: Nutrition

Nutrition is a topic I get asked by parents quite often who want me to emphasize the importance of eating properly to their daughters, and many times simply just encouraging them to eat on the golf course. As someone who’s Continue reading RecruitPKB: Nutrition