Standing Out in the Recruiting Process

Written by Kat Francis, True Lacrosse Colorado Girls State Director Being new to the recruiting process can be extremely overwhelming. Between emails, phone calls, prospect clinics, and on-campus visits, it can be hard to know the next steps or how to stand out. College coaches receive emails daily from prospective student-athletes, making it easy to feel like a number in … Read More

The Reality of Recruiting, Showcases, Invitationals

 By Kevin Finn, Director of High School Teams, Boys National Program “If I don’t go to this showcase, I won’t get recruited.” “If I don’t make it to at least five events this summer, I won’t get seen and won’t get recruited.” Have you ever thought about this? Have you ever experienced the recruiting event FOMO? It seems like there’s … Read More

Tips for Communicating With Your College Recruiter

Written by Emily Considine, PA Valley Girls Regional Director Writing an email to a college coach can be daunting. How is it possible to set yourself apart from the hundreds of other recruits emailing the same coach expressing that they want to be considered for their program? This part of the recruiting process is one of the most important steps … Read More

An Inside Look Into the Future of Recruiting

Well, we’ve cruised past Labor Day, and it’s almost October. Fall is here, summer is over, and now it’s back to the grind. Over the past few weeks, I’ve had the opportunity to talk to many college coaches at the Division 1, 2 and 3 levels about our players and recruiting in general. My goal is to make sure everyone … Read More

How to Make a Good Impression on College Coaches This Summer

Hey guys, We’re bringing the blog back! We heard from several players and parents that they enjoyed reading these, so we are going to start them up again. One Friday a month, you’ll hear from a True coach or state director on some aspect of the game: Their playing experience, tips on how to be better on the field, and … Read More