Summer 2019 Counselor Newsletter

Uncategorized Jun 10, 2019

Our latest Newsletter covers the recent release of NCAA Division I Recruiting Rules. Click on the image to download the PDF newsletter.

Don't miss our SPECIAL OFFER available on the Full Webinar Series:

  • Purchase our Full 11-Session Counselor Webinar Series using coupon code SUMMER2019 and receive:
    • 10% OFF the price of the 11-Session Webinar Series (not valid for 3 session trial offer)
    • 30 minutes of complimentary Mentorship time
  • Offer EXTENDED! Expires July 12, 2019 at 11:59PM Pacific.

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Spring 2019 Counselor Newsletter

Uncategorized May 06, 2019

Our latest Newsletter is packed with valuable information:

  • Operation Varsity Blues: What are college athletic departments doing to address the issues?
  • Blog Series: The Best Kept Secret - NCAA Division III
  • IECA Spring Conference Presentation with Alan Katzman from Social Assurity: "Social Media & Athletic Recruiting: Powerful Promotion & Character Sleuthing Insights"

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NCAA Division III - Student-Athlete Interview (PART 3 of 3)

Uncategorized Apr 08, 2019
 

If you haven't watched Part 1 of this series about NCAA Division III, please watch our previous post "The Best Kept Secret - NCAA Division III". It will provide the foundation for the interviews (parts 2 and 3 of the series).

Matt Karzak is a current Division III Men's Lacrosse player for John Carroll University in Ohio. In this interview he provides insight about Division III athletic recruiting and the experience he is having as a student-athlete. His perspective is genuine and he talks about how the choice to play Division III has provided many opportunities to engage with his teammates, his school, and his future career.

David Stoeckel - david@TheStudentAthleteAdvisors.com

Katie Andersen - katie@TheStudentAthleteAdvisors.com

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NCAA Division III - Coach & Parent Interview (PART 2 of 3)

Uncategorized Mar 25, 2019
 

If you haven't watched Part 1 of this series about NCAA Division III, please watch our previous post "The Best Kept Secret - NCAA Division III". It will provide the foundation for the interviews (parts 2 and 3 of the series).

Gretchen Micklitsch is a former teammate from Duke University, Assistant Women's Soccer Coach at Oberlin College in Ohio, and the parent of a Women's Soccer player at Washington University in St. Louis. In this interview, she provides honest and practical insight into Division III athletics as both a coach and a parent. 

Coming next week...Interview with Matt Karzak, a current Division III Men's Lacrosse player for John Carroll University in Ohio.

 

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The Best Kept Secret - NCAA Division III (PART 1 of 3)

Uncategorized Mar 19, 2019
 

We were preparing to launch a presentation about NCAA Division III Athletics as the details emerged last week regarding how NCAA Division I coaches accepted bribes in order to guarantee admission at elite schools for students who weren’t even athletes.

As many of you already know, NCAA Division III schools do not offer athletic scholarships nor do the coaches have significant “pull” in admissions. However, these schools offer a special opportunity for student-athletes to compete academically and athletically in an environment that provides balance and emphasizes the “student” in student-athlete. We prepared a FREE 3-part webinar series that will give you valuable insight into the more than 450 schools that make up NCAA Division III.

PART 1 - An Inside Look at NCAA Division III - Beyond the Athletic Scholarship (37 minutes)

In the coming weeks:

PART 2 - Interview with Gretchen Micklitsch - Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach at Oberlin College...

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New NCAA Recruiting Rules – Impact on Unofficial Visits, Official Visits, and Recruiting Conversations

New college athletic recruiting rules have been approved for implementation, as of April 2018, for all Division I sports except Football, Men’s and Women’s Basketball, and Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse. These sports have already established their own specific set of recruiting rules.

The following areas of a high school athlete’s recruiting experience will be affected. Set forth below are definitions and the rules changes for each of the designated recruiting activities.

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Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you should have any questions.

David Stoeckel
949.306.3310
david@TheStudentAthleteAdvisors.com

Katie Andersen
949.233.8958
katie@TheStudentAthleteAdvisors.com

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Advising College-Bound Student-Athletes – New Professional Development Resources!

Over the past months as we have had more and more IECs and high school counselors taking advantage of our Professional Development Program, i.e., our 11 session Webinar Series on the topic of “Advising the College-Bound Student-Athlete”, we have seen a significant increase in requests for supplemental counseling tools to use when working with athletes.

In an effort to provide additional assistance and training resources for our colleagues, we have developed a number of new counseling resources that enable you to more effectively advise your CBSAs (College-Bound Student-Athletes). And, we have devoted our Fall Newsletter (attached) to providing descriptions of our expanding services as well as links that direct you to more information and the ability to sign-up for our newly developed resources.

Here is a recap of our college athletic counseling products and services that are described in the enclosed Newsletter:

  • IECA Conference session...
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NCAA Recruiting Rules Have Changed…Effective IMMEDIATELY!

Learn how they may affect your student-athletes . . . .

AREAS OF IMPACT

  • They affect only Division I sports and specifically exclude DI football and men’s and women’s basketball.
  • Summer Sports Camps run by college coaches in 2018 . .
  • Family Paid Campus Tours in the summer of 2018. . . .
  • “Official Visits” paid for by the colleges. . . . .

New Rules are Confusing? YES!

But, if you advise student-athletes, you MUST know and understand these rules, right? YES!

WHY did the NCAA implement these new rules?

Starting with the 2018-2018 2019 school year, the NCAA wants high school athletes to have “more time to make thoughtful decisions when deciding considering where to go to college. Ultimately, a better recruiting process will improve the college experience for Division I student-athletes.”

  • So, how do YOU learn “The Basics” of the New Regulations?
  • Read on for a brief recap of the rules in this Newsletter.
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