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April 4 2012 at 8:51 AM
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Response to Need advice on dealing with a coach situation ....Please, only serious responses

 

I can see your point and beyond all the responses you have gotten, I agree with the one who said your daughter needs to contact college coaches themselves and you can help them, but all correspondance needs to come from them. If you are looking at women's colleges, here are the suggestions.

Instate

D1 Players need to behave played at A or above, ODP and a standout.

UGA
Mercer
GA Southern (coach just cleaned house, bringing in 20-22 players for 2012)
Kennesaw (Rob is struggling with finding quality recruits, like foreign players)
GSU (Dom is gone, don't know what will happen)



Recommended D2 Players need to behave played at A or above, be a standout.


Columbus State (quality program as always)
Valdosta State (new program coming along nicely)
West Georgia (great coach, really values players, awesome facility)
North Georgia (quality program as always)
GA College & State (coach does not seem to mind shorter girls)


Other colleges in state constantly recruiting and you don't have to be the top level player.

Clayton State
Reinhardt
Berry
Shorter(almost seems desperate)
Young Harris (same as Shorter
Wesleyan
GA Southwestern (easy to get recruited if you are not top player)
Truett McConnell (religious based)
Piedmont
LaGrange
GA Perimeter
GA Gwinnett (I think this is where Dom from GSU went, heavily recruiting now)

Good Academic Colleges, you will need to chase them down, may not offer athletic, but academic can be aquired

Emory
Agnes Scott
Oxford College of Emory (if you are good academic student and good/great player, maybe not quite ready for Emory, coach will recruit)
Middle Georgia
Oglethorpe

 
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