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Tag Archives | Recruiting
Dave Madeira, from Empower The Athlete, is back with another installment for all the recruits out there who want to play college lacrosse. Whether you want to play at Syracuse, Dominican, Roanoke, Colorado or Utah Valley State, you’ll need to prepare yourself, so get going now with Dave’s advice!
Frank advice is key in these modern days of hyper recruiting. Dave Madeira from Empower The Athlete stops by to dispense more invaluable instructions on how to get noticed, stay noticed and make it to the program of your dreams, no matter if it’s NCAA D1, D3 or MCLA lax. This is your blueprint!
Dave Madeira from Empower the Athlete is back to talk about the accelerated recruiting process for college lacrosse and how things were very different only a short time ago.
Dave Madeira is back with some great insight on sports specialization and why college coaches prefer a multi-sport athletes. Check it out!
Dave, from Empower the Athlete, stops by with some great insight on body language and how things other than your play on the field can help or hurt you in the recruiting process.
Chris Meade of LacrosseRecruits.com fame stops by to fill us in on the Fall Recruiting circuit.
Dropping knowledge on you like you need new shoes.
Bigfoot Lacrosse catches up with Aaron Prosser of the Drexel Dragons.
A brief look at the negative effects of hype. Who’s your Talk Of The Town? Plus news & notes as always.
LacrosseRecruits.com recently held their 2nd Annual CT Super Sophs event to cap off a busy summer of over 20 recruiting showcases, camps and tournaments. Check out the video below to see what it was all about. Due to so many requests, the team at LacrosseRecruits.com also decided to put some of their Super Sophs jerseys […]
Photos and observations from last week’s Showtime Camp in Danbury, CT.
Highlight tape out of San Ramon Valley high school in Danville, CA.
The University of Arizona’s 2010-2011 recruiting list consists of players from New Hampshire, New Jersey, Ohio, Indiana, Missouri, Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Arizona and California.
The game of lacrosse is growing all over the United States at a rapid pace, and nowhere is this more evident than in the sports mad state of California. Let’s take a look at what else is going on out West, shall we?