Champion Collegiate Recruiting

High school cross country runners have many options available to compete at the collegiate level which include the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA).

In the highly competitive world of collegiate sports, you need to set yourself apart and give yourself the best opportunity to get the attention of college coaches. Many student-athletes are talented and have the ability to play sports in college yet are never discovered thus missing out on the opportunity of playing at the next level. Here at Champion Collegiate Recruiting, we partner with you and champion your recruiting cause by displaying to college coaches the recruitable player you are. 

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Recruiting Tip
Being a coach of a sport where performance is measured by the clock, the first thing we look for is the recruit’s times over specific distances. We also evaluate their performance in big meets (conference, state and regional championships) as an indicator of their competitiveness. If the runner we are recruiting comes from a successful program, that is important too. I also inquire as to the experience a runner has in terms of years running and average and top mileage run per week, because many times kids have not yet trained near what they will be asked to do in college. Because we are a highly selective liberal arts college, the student’s academic performance is critical in our recruitment. Finally, we are looking for good people who will become good teammates.
Jim Butler | Head Coach | Men’s Cross Country | Connecticut College

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