College sports recruiting and scholarships-DEMYSTIFIED

Parents of teens in competitive youth sports who plan to fund college through a full-ride sports scholarship may be in for a surprise. The reality is that only 7% of high school athletes move on to college sports, with just 2% earning athletic scholarships.

In their new book, The Elusive Full Ride Scholarship: An Insider\’s Guide, authors Mia Wenjen and Alison Foley demystify the college sports recruiting and scholarship process into a step-by-step strategy over the final four years of high school.

The Elusive Full-Ride Scholarship\

Demystifying the College Sports Recruiting and Scholarship Process

The Elusive Full Ride Scholarship: An Insider\’s Guide was written to help high school coaches, athletes, and parents navigate college sports recruiting to find the right fit. It covers many crucial topics including recruiting Do\’s & Don\’ts; ways to communicate with coaches, teams, and schools; how academics play into the recruiting process; how to build a recruitment kit; the role parents\’ play, and much more. This guide reveals insider tips from athletes and college coaches share their advice to high school students.

Use this book as a game plan to navigate the recruiting and scholarship process successfully – and with minimum stress.

The Elusive Full-Ride Scholarship\

\”We are living some unprecedented times right now and many sports activities are on hold,\” Foley shared.\”However, this is still a great time to continue to plan and prepare for the college sports recruiting and scholarship process.\”

Foley, Boston College\’s former Women\’s Soccer Head Coach, was the college\’s winningest coach with more than 260 wins. Foley led her team to 15 NCAA tournament appearances, eight Sweet 16’s Appearances, three Elite Eight appearance, and one NCAA Final Four and Final Eight during thirteen consecutive playoff appearances. She is currently the founder of Foley Athletic Advising, which provides expertise in the college recruiting process for student-athletes who aspire to play in college.

This book is Foley\’s and Wenjen\’s follow-up to their wildly popular book, How to Coach Girls.

Audrey Press would also like to include two exclusive opportunities for coaches, parents, and college-bound athletes;

1. FREE REPORT:  Parents and coaches will appreciate this special report that co-author Alison Foley has written about Five Points on how to Keep your Recruiting Process Progressing during COVID-19. 

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2. Bulk Discount to Help Clubs through Uncertain Times: Orders of 10 or more of The Elusive Full Ride Scholarship: An Insider\’s Guide will enjoy an additional 10% discount, plus FREE shipping within the USA. Go HERE for more details of the book and the bulk discount.

Both of Wenjen and Foley\’s non-fiction, sports-focused books are available via AudreyPress.com and Amazon.

 

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