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  • Hi Coach Bryan,

    Love the website. And it was good to see you the other day!!

    Wishing you success and happiness in your new career.

    • Thanks Connie! I know you have done this once before, but please let me know if you have any questions as you navigate the recruiting of your daughter! I am happy to help.

  • Hi Coach,
    Congrats on the website! My first impression is very positive. I am the father of 2 soccer playing girls (JR/FRESH). I found the info about D3 schools very interesting, I was concerned about no athletic money, but feel much better after visiting your website.
    I have a question about the value researching teams current rosters? We have been looking at how many JR/SR are on the teams, thinking it could indicate how many players the coach could be looking for in my daughter’s graduating class. And, maybe a small indicator to if they might have athletic scholarship money available.


    • I decided to go with just a digital version so that I could update it once a year. I did not want it to become obsolete in our quickly changing world.

      • So if we do not own a Kindle how might one go about reading your book? Amazon shows it for sale as a Kindle purchase. I’m still in book nerd life! But if digital is the only way to get it, let me know if I can do so without purchasing another product to read it and I’d be happy to! Thank you!

        • Tina,
          I am glad to meet another book nerd. I love reading books made out of paper. I am hoping this winter to come out a with a way to read the book without needing to buy the digital edition. For now, it is the only format I have it in. 90% of the information is on the website. If you have questions about anything to do with the recruiting process, let me know and I will be happy to answer them.
          The book I am reading right now (real paper I can hold in my hands) is Do Over, by Jon Acuff. It is a good read. Have a great day!

  • Coach Bryan
    Is there someone that can give me some advice about how my son might get another year of NAIA eligibility. I’m pretty sure he already had a redshirt year at a community college and I know about the 10-semester rule. It’s still a little confusing. He hasn’t pitched this year and he can graduate by just taking a couple of online courses in the summer. They brought in a new coach last year who totally changed the program and he was stuck in the school because of academics. He’s like to transfer somewhere for graduate school where he can pitch and do some graduate work. I’d like to be able to send someone the details and tell me what they think. I understand the general rule, 5 years 10 semesters, but I wonfder if there is a difference how it is computed

    • Can you give me a little more detail?
      Please list the calendar year he first competed and what he has done each year since then. If he participated in even one practice it counts.


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