Learn what high school juniors should be doing now to get recruited next fall.
Get recruiting advice from longtime Division I coach Willy Wood.
Think you're a good fit for an Ivy program? Willy Wood has some tips to consider first.
Kellee Hart gives a few tips on how to be a supportive parent from the sidelines.
Official visits are the single most effective way to learn as much as you can about the schools and programs you are considering. Here are some important questions to ask on your visit.
The Maton running story is not one of your typical running family.
Lisa Morris reflects on her years as a parent raising two fraternal twins
Edith Brannigan, the mother of world-class runner Mikey Brannigan, writes about raising him
There is no imposed limit on the number of unofficial visits that an athlete may take, so there is no better tool to help you hone in on the best school/program for you.
Former Columbia coach Willy Wood provides his key insights for high school athletes as they embark on the recruiting process.
The father of one of the best throwers in the nation writes about what it takes to raise his boys.
Former Columbia coach Willy Wood provides his key insights for high school coaches as they embark on the recruiting process.
Former Columbia coach Willy Wood provides his key insights for parents as they embark on the recruiting process.
As a mother, I get this question often: What does it take to raise runners?
A cross country and track and field mom shares what she's learned about the process of raising an elite high school athlete.
We talked with Mark Anderson about coaching, parenting, and the college recruiting process.
Ato Boldon discusses his thoughts on what it takes to go pro in track and field out of high school
Mike Cunliffe talks about what went into parenting and coaching his daughter, star Oregon sprinter Hannah Cunliffe.
A track dad shares what he's learned