College Recruiting Weekly Podcast
About This Show
We teach college coaches how to communicate and tell their program's story to prospect student-athletes more effectively, and discuss the trending topics around one of the most important behind-the-scenes aspects of college athletics: Recruiting.
Most Recent Episode
Episode 26: Coach Matt Derosiers on Building a Championship Program Against the Odds
He coaches at a small Division III school that has to play Division I opponents. His university is a frozen tundra five months out of the year. And, he plays in a facility approaching three decades old.
And he just won his second NCAA national championship in four years.
His name is Matt Derosiers, and he's the head women's hockey coach at Clarkson University. What he's accomplished in building his program is pretty amazing, when you really look under the hood and realize that he has had to overcome many of the things that most coaches swear keep them from succeeding.
Today, you get to learn from him. He brings a creative, positive attitude to his job, and the results show.
If you are looking for a winning formula for building a champion through recruiting and taking a creative approach based on building relationships, you're going to love this episode.
To start the show, Dan talks about two recruiting workshops he lead on campuses recently, and what stood out about them that coaches can learn from. And if you've ever wondered why his sessions with athletic departments are so effective, you'll get your answer.
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Enjoy the show, Coach!