The Passion of Coach Keife

October 7, 2011

Any athlete will tell you that long after their final whistle, their passion for their sport never really dies. Some live vicariously through their children; some join an adult league to keep their competitive fire lit. Chris Keife’s second chapter in his first love of volleyball, has brought him to coaching; ironically, coaching was never […]

Fit that Scholarship

September 30, 2011

Since you were young, you probably had an idea that you wanted to do what you loved when you grew up. Playing dungeons and dragons, and cops and robbers or playing “house”. And even when you got older, you knew that there was something that you could do with you talent that would drive you […]

Volleyball: Who’s Watching?

September 22, 2011

When I used to play volleyball in middle school, and during recreational moments on the beach, I never thought I’d be performing for the sake of getting recruited. That’s probably because I never wanted to play it in college. What a shocker? However, when seeking exposure for recruiters, it’s important to understand the resources that […]

Get Recruited Today: How to get a volleyball scholarship in one year

September 20, 2011

Not every athlete has the proper amount of publicity for a number of reasons including, the region they live in, the visibility of their high school’s athletic program or simply because they are late bloomers. I myself didn’t start playing football until my senior year of high school, but I managed to get a scholarship […]

Using Video to Get Recruited for College Volleyball

August 29, 2011

One of the primary concerns of high school athletes, especially in their junior and senior years, is getting recruited by top-ranking colleges. They want to go to college and hopefully earn a scholarship but more importantly, continue playing the game they love beyond high school. College volleyball season coincides with high school volleyball season so […]

How to Get into Colleges to play Volleyball

August 29, 2011

Just because you’re the captain of your high school volleyball team and have been consistently awarded Most Valuable Player doesn’t mean you’re going to get to play volleyball for a top college. The first priority of educational institutions, especially colleges and universities, is to get their students to graduate. Your high school doesn’t let players […]

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