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College Track & Field Recruiting Simplified

The NCAA’s recent extension of the dead period, followed by a promise of eligibility relief for spring sports, has left recruits with more questions than answers.

What do these changes mean for your track and field recruiting journey? How will they impact coaches’ recruiting plans?

In this online recruiting seminar, we’ll address the following:

• The recent changes to the NCAA recruiting rules
• The track & field recruiting process simplified
• What college coaches are sharing with the NCSA team

If you are new to NCSA and do not have a free profile already, by registering for this virtual event a profile will be created and will provide you with nationwide exposure to track and field college coaches.

May 26, 2020 07:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Scott Lefker
Scott Lefker, Director of Regional Recruiting & Team Solutions @NCSA
I joined NCSA in 2019 and have never been more excited to use my experience coaching young athletes to help them continue their athletic and academic careers at the collegiate level. My family's personal experience with NCSA was exceptional, resulting in our son Wyatt being offered an Athletic Scholarship to continue his academic and athletic career at the D1 level. Outside of coaching athletics and prior to working at NCSA I worked in the private sector for 26 years. When the opportunity presented itself to join the NCSA Team I jumped on it. I am passionate about athletics but more importantly helping families and athletes achieve their dreams beyond high school. Working with teammates at NCSA that have the same values and goals is a very rewarding experience. I look forward to the opportunity that every day provides and every individual I come across with hopes that I may be able to impact their lives in a positive way.
Jaimie Duffek
Event Partnership Director @NCSA
I was a four-year varsity starter in the outfield at Riverside-Brookfield High School. I was named to the Chicago Tribune Top 50 High School players as a senior, as well as a two-time All-Area and All-League choice. However, my recruiting process was nothing short of chaotic and frustrating! I was recruited by all division levels but decided to continue my softball career as a scholarship athlete at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. At the time, I had no idea what Drake University could offer me until I stepped foot on campus and fell in love! I ended my career as an NFCA All-American Scholar Athlete and was also a member of The Missouri Valley Conference All-Tournament team my senior year. I have been with NCSA nearly eight years and the best part of my job is the fact that I can give back to the sport that has been such a big part of my life for so long.