Rugby (Women)

Interview With Quinnipiac Women's Rugby Coach Part 2

Rebecca CarlsonWelcome to Interview #9. Part 2

Following is the second part of an interview with Division 1 Quinnipiac Women’s Rugby Coach, Becky Carlson. Yesterday, we focused on women’s rugby. Today, however, Coach Carlson is giving us incredible recruiting advice to all athletes.

You will notice this interview is not quite like the others. It came about as part of an email conversation. I have added questions in that were not there initially to make it easy to pick out Coach Carlson’s great information.

Whatever your sport, this is amazing information about navigating the recruiting process you don’t want to miss.

Read on. This interview is full of priceless information!

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Interview With Quinnipiac Women's Rugby Coach Part 1

Quinnipiac Women's Rugby Team

*This interview has been such a huge success and help for prospective rugby athletes, their families, and rugby coaches that we have updated the information.

Here is a link to an incredible article Coach Carlson wrote December, 2016: Parents Empower Your Athletes to Talk to College Coaches

This week I am excited to share with you a different kind of interview with NCAA Division 1 Women's Rugby Coach, Rebecca Carlson. Coach Carlson and I have been dialoging about two things, women’s rugby and the recruiting process.

Today we focus on Emerging NCAA sports and women's rugby in particular. Even if you are not looking to play Rugby, I think you will find this fascinating. There are two parts to this interview. Make sure to read Part two, where Coach Carlson speaks more directly toward all prospective Division 1 athletes.

Coach Carlson of NCAA Division 1 Quinnipiac University has a wealth of knowledge on both rugby and the recruiting process. My intention is to provide the best information for every collegiate sport, including those sports that are new to the NCAA landscape.

Read on. This interview is full of priceless information!

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