If you’ve recently integrated with the SportsRecruits platform, you’ve made the first move towards happier staff, fulfilled players, satisfied families, and a stronger club. But what separates the most successful integrations from the least? What approach can help you make the most of your new integration? Momentum is a crucial factor in determining integration success.
THE RECRUITING CLOSET PODCAST An In-Depth Discussion with Women's Lacrosse legend Michele DeJulius On May 28, 2016, the United Women's Lacrosse League (the "UWLX") will kick off its inaugural season in Bethlehem, PA. Michele "DJ" DeJulius is the first Commissioner for the professional women's lacrosse league that she thinks is poised for greatness. That Michele
In Episode Three, we sit down with Jared Spires, the Chief Operating Officer for the soccer club Real Colorado. Jared began coaching at the age of 19 and became the Director of the Competitive Program for then Douglas County Blast, later renamed Real Colorado. He holds a USSF A license, the highest achievement in the
In Episode Two, we sit down with Mike and Corey Winkoff from FLG Lacrosse. The Winkoff’s have a ton of experience in the lacrosse space as players, coaches and administrators. In the podcast, they provide poignant commentary on a variety of topics including the early recruiting phenomenon, and provide salient advice for club owners, parents
Welcome to the first episode of The Recruiting Closet Podcast. In this podcast, we will interview thought leaders in the club sports space to cover and discuss topics relevant to the recruiting process. Our hope is that everyone involved in the process - from club staff members to student-athletes to parents - will find value
Introduction If you are not helping your student-athletes find a list of suitable schools they should be aiming for in the recruiting process, you are not doing enough to put them into a successful position. High school student-athletes can sometimes struggle with motivation, especially when it comes to off-the-field activities like studying or recruiting. By
Student-athletes are often not motivated in the recruiting process until it reaches a critical stage. This paper will discuss three ways in which a club can motivate their players and thus alleviate one of the large pain points involved in the process.
The job of a recruiting coordinator (or coaches) in a club organization is very difficult and time consuming. One of the biggest pain-points when trying to help student-athletes through the recruiting process is motivating them to get involved.
In “Best Practices,” Part 1 of our “Integrated Club Webinar Series,” SportsRecruits Co-Founder Matt Wheeler discussed how having a technology platform can alleviate many of the stresses facing a club organization today.
Many times, we are asked how our platform helps club staffers and student-athletes work together. The Cliff’s notes: Student-athletes and club staffers utilize their own set of tools, working in conjunction to optimize their time and maximize their outreach. Here is how the ideal meeting between families and clubs looks.