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The student athlete's guide to getting recruited : how to win scholarships, attract colleges and excel as an athlete / Stewart Brown.

Brown, Stewart. (Author).
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Pike County - Otwell Branch 796.04 BROW (Text) 38653030913729 Adult Non-Fiction Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781617600432 (paperback)
  • Physical Description: 269 pages 23 cm
  • Edition: Third edition.
  • Publisher: Belmont, CA : SuperCollege, [2014]

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Formatted Contents Note: Machine generated contents note: Chapter 1: Navigating through the Rules -- Chapter 2: I'm Eligible, Why Take the SAT Again? Scholarships and Financial Aid -- Chapter 3: What College Coaches Really Want -- Chapter 4: Bigger, Faster, Stronger & Smarter: Develop Yourself for College Athletics -- Chapter 5: Your Body as an Athletic Temple -- Chapter 6: Tuck in Your Shirt and Pull up Your Socks: Attract College Coaches -- Chapter 7: Not a 48-Hour Vacation: College Visits -- Chapter 8: What is Next? Transition Smoothly to College -- Expert Insight: Developmental Challenges for First-Year Student Athletes -- Chapter 9: When Do I Get a Day Off? Develop a Schedule That Allows You to Succeed -- Chapter 10: The Rules Are There to Protect You -- Website Resources -- College Coach and Expert Biography and Contact Information.
Summary, etc.: "A resource for high school student athletes on how to win athletic scholarships, get recruited by colleges, and excel as college athletes. Includes tips for student athletes on how to communicate with college coaches and market themselves, navigate the NCAA rules, and select the right college"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: College athletes > Recruiting > United States.
College sports > Scholarships, fellowships, etc. > United States.
STUDY AIDS / College Entrance.

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