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Early High School Recruiting: Not as Effective

Early High School Recruiting: Not as Effective

By Cristian Edwards and Nathan Gertler

October 29, 2015

For most high school athletes aspiring to further their athletic experience, the next step is to play in college. However, the cruel realities of college recruiting serve as a daunting process for students. Each sport has its own unique rules, regulations and flaws in terms of the high school recruiting...

Helmets belong on court

By Ben Schick, Online Sports Editor

May 1, 2012

Basketball is an exciting endeavor that millions of people worldwide chose to take part in simply for the joy of rubbing a win into their friend’s faces.  The lure of bragging rights and the never-ending excitement of a game whose overall object has not changed for nearly 150 years is very unlikely...

Faceoff- College has more excitement

By By Matthew Brothers: staff writer

March 2, 2010

Back in 2006, The George Mason men’s basketball team won the Colonial Athletic Conference tournament and qualified for the NCAA Tournament. The Patriots, who were a 13 seed, won their first four games by upsetting top programs in the tournament, leading them into the Final Four. However, this year...

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