What Men's Track Families Have to Say About NCSA
Plenty of student-athletes have found success in track at the college level thanks to some guidance from NCSA. But don’t just take our word for it. Read what these track success stories have to say about working with the recruiting experts at NCSA. The recruiting process is difficult but we’re here to make it a little bit easier.
Parent of 2013 Virginia Commit to the Virginia Military Institute
"We are pleased to announce that [our son] has been accepted to attend Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, VA. He will be joining the Track and Field team, in his chosen event, men’s pole vault. It certainly helped having his NCSA Website and I thank you for your advice, help through the learning curves, and fabulous program offered to him and a student athlete and us as parents. I have and will continue to recommend your services to other parents, and I wish you all a very Happy and Joyous Holiday Season!"
2013 Iowa Commit to Valley City State University
"This is my life changing moment about working with NCSA. In high school, I always had a dream of running track in college, but I did not know where I wanted to go. I knew that I wanted to study business, but I did not know who to ask for guidance, being the first child in my family to go to college let alone the only child who plays sports. With that being said, I chose to search online for ways to get recruited, then I came across NCSA. Hearing good things about NCSA persuaded me into giving it a chance. When I wasn’t on the phone with possible recruits, I was either emailing schools, or contacting coaches in hopes of being recruited. When I spoke to Ryan Brohmer, I felt our passions for track connect. I became very adamant with setting up a meeting with coach Brohmer in North Dakota. After a sleepless night of driving, my family and I arrived at Valley City, North Dakota. My excitement was overwhelming after instantly falling in love with the school. After weeks of checking the mailbox daily, my whole family thought I was going crazy as I was jumping around the house without releasing the news of finally getting my letters. My mom and I shakily signed the letter out of not just sadness of letting go, but excitement for what’s to come. I am thrilled to make not only coach Brohmer, my family, and Valley City State School proud, but also myself. If there is one thing I took out of my NCSA experience it would be to not let what you can’t do get in the way of what you can."
2013 Pennsylvania Commit to Dartmouth College
"I highly recommend NCSA to everyone who thinks they can be truly successful in trying to get recruited on your own! It seems simple enough to try to go solo but what you are doing is closing the door to the unknown!! For me, I had a few select schools that I wanted to focus on but when I partnered with NCSA, my profile went to schools that were not on my radar initially. My official invites came from schools that I never knew would be interested in me or that I would be interested in. I am excited to have committed to an Ivy League school and receiving a likely letter shortly afterwards. None of this would have been possible without the exposure and support I gained from NCSA . Thank you!!"
2012 Maryland Commit to Franklin Pierce University
"It wasn't until my senior year that I was exposed to NCSA. My only regret us that I didn't get involved with the organization in the ninth grade. I was initially nervous, thinking that no one would contact me but to my surprise I was connected to several school coaches almost immediately. I loved having my own web page and connecting to who liked me and who I liked was convenient and functional. I was able to talk to several different schools before I made my final decision to attend FPU. I will be starting in January as I am currently in MO in boot camp. I am anxiously waiting to start school!"
2012 New York Commit to Erie Community College - North Campus
"My experience with the NCSA has been amazing, they took me in and I’ve loved working with them ever since. I ran Track my senior year at Williamsville High School and had a pretty amazing season. I had two coaches that saw potential and pushed me to limits I thought were not possible or attainable. When I first started track I had no idea what blocks were or how to use them quite frankly I thought they were just for show. I remember my first meet using them. I had no Idea what I was doing. However, as my graduation approached, I figured there wouldn't be much for me in track but, from the support of my parents couches and friends and mostly NCSA Athletic Recruiting I found out that there is much more to it, a lot more. Commit Succeed and Lead the slogan for NCSA has now become my motivation and drives me to obtain the best I can, be the best I can. The NCSA is a great Athletic Recruiting program, that offers many benefits even academically but most of all in my opinion the friendliest one on one help you can find anywhere, with some of the kindest and sweetest people I have ever met."
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