“My coaching staff and I are in constant communication with recruiting agencies, colleagues and established points of contact in the tennis community … in addition to checking the transfer portal. Similarly, we are routinely contacted by both domestic and international prospects. We use various forms of communication to speak with recruits: phone, email, text, WhatsApp, etc. “
“I’ve spent a lot of time on different sites looking for potential new players. I’ve been searching YouTube, NCSA, BeRecruited, IMRecruitable and the NCAA transfer portal daily for new recruits. It is very different than going to tournaments and exhibitions, but it has allowed me to engage several potential recruits, who traditionally would not have been on my radar. The use of Zoom has also become key as I have been setting up calls with recruits and their families on a regular basis. We’ve done some great videos at our recent conference championship games, and they have been invaluable in introducing Nichols to recruits and families.”
Soccer Coaching License
Keep your subject line to 50 characters or less. Coaches are on the go and probably read most of your emails on their phone. An extremely long subject line will only get cut off, so maximize the space you have.
You’ve laid the groundwork, now it’s time to write the email! Think of your email as an inverted pyramid (https://www.getvero.com/resources/inverted-pyramid-method/). The top of the email is where you should grab the coach’s attention. You can use a statistic about the team you were interested in or why you would like to play for them. The next section is to give a little more information about yourself and show the coach why you would be a good fit for their program. Here is the key information you want to make sure to include when emailing college coaches:
“I wanted to connect with you after speaking with Carlos Williamson, an athlete on your team. She told me about your coaching style and I believe that, based on your emphasis on work ethic and training, I would be a great fit for your program.”
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Contact with the ball is made with the hands. The players, also called basketball players, cannot move from one side to the other holding the ball, but bouncing it against the floor. The team in possession of the ball, or the attacking team, tries to score points by shooting, driving to the basket or dunking, while the defending team tries to prevent it by stealing the ball or blocking. When a shot at the basket misses, players from both teams try to grab the rebound.
James Naismith, a Canadian physical education teacher, invented basketball in 1891 at the YMCA in Springfield, Massachusetts, USA. The sport quickly gained popularity and spread through American universities and colleges in the early 20th century.
Basketball was born as a solution to the need for some sporting activity during the winter at the YMCA (Young Men’s Christian Association) school in Springfield, Massachusetts. In 1891, James Naismith, a physical education teacher at the school, devised basketball as a recreational activity with a ball based on thirteen rules. The game spread throughout the United States, Canada and the rest of the world, undergoing some modifications over the course of time. Many of the initial rules remain to this day, although some aspects of the game had to be modified to respond to developments in player technique and unforeseen aspects of the game’s development, usually as a result of manipulation of the rules by coaches and players to tilt games. The game is still played today.
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The Academy has a dedicated scouting network that operates locally, nationally and internationally. We often attend matches looking for the most suitable players, especially in the 14-22 age group. A scout will highlight a potential player from our recruiting department. The technical staff will go through a thorough evaluation. Finally, the Technical Department will identify the best pathway for that player.
However, without forgetting that their main objective is to find an organization with the ability to give them the opportunity to showcase their skills at the highest level. Soccer Inter-action International Football Academy has a proven track record of providing its players with trials at clubs at different levels.
Just this week we had one of our Academy players, Puma, train with FC Porto for two weeks. We have prepared him to perform at that level and he has risen to the challenge. FC Porto’s technical staff were very interested to know more about Puma and he is certainly under their radar.