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GameDay Library of Ivy League Recruiting Articles

Breaking Down the Recruiting Process

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Finding the Best-Fit College or University is NOT an over night process, but having the correct information will help guide you to make the best decisions. Let us help you take the all important next step! Below is a collection of over one-hundred recruiting news articles in alphabetical order that cover everything from early recruiting, early decision vs early action, coaches and parent tips, NCAA, social media, IVY league, NESCAC, Liberal Arts and much more that we highly recommend  you and your family read and enjoy.

A Rare Glimpse Inside the Ivy League’s Academic Index

By: Bill Pennington Published on: January 10, 2012 Source: New York Times

A Rare Glimpse Inside the Ivy League’s Academic Index In an article published on Christmas Day in The New York Times, I described specific elements of the mysterious Academic Index, a tool used by Ivy League institutions – and increasingly other colleges and universities – to measure the basic academic qualifications of recruited athletes. The Academi.. Read Article »

Recruiting in the Ivy League

By: Bill Pennington Published on: 12/24/2011 Source: New York Times

Before Recruiting in Ivy League, Applying Some Math The Ivy League, which is experiencing an athletic revival with several teams ranked nationally, is a doggedly atypical N.C.A.A. Division I sports conference. For starters, the eight members are virtual heretics in the landscape of American big-time college sports for fielding about 280 teams in 35 sports w.. Read Article »

Ivy League Recruiting - Football's Only Half of It

By: JOSHUA ROBINSON Published on: 2011 Source: WSJ

Columbia Brings a Strange Blend of Pressures, but Alex Gross Isn't Complaining In the narrow hallway leading to the Columbia football team's classroom, 7:45 a.m. on Thursday was still too early for chatter. Unshaven faces looked around in near silence at pulled-up hoodies and slumping shoulders. Alex Gross, a senior captain, waited for the linebackers meeting to be.. Read Article »

Ivy League Recruiting - Letters of Intent and Likely Letters

By: Michael D. Ledecky Published on: 2013 Source: THE HARVARD CRIMSON

Last month, you may have seen several excited statuses over social media from your athlete high school friends celebrating their commitments to various colleges. Some of these statuses may have even included a picture of your friend signing a letter to formalize his or her commitment. If your friend was signing a letter, he or she probably didn’t commit to a.. Read Article »

Ivy League Recruiting - The History Of The Ivy League

By: Best College Reviews Published on: 2014 Source: Best College Reviews

Ivy League schools are considered to be the most prestigious of all colleges in the United States. These schools are primarily located in the Northeastern part of the country. There are eight total colleges that are considered to be Ivy League. These schools are Brown, Harvard, Cornell, Princeton, Dartmouth, Yale, and Columbia universities and the University of Pennsyl.. Read Article »