Join a few hundred of your fellow coaches this coming June in Nashville for the 2015 National Collegiate Recruiting Conference!
Register now and reserve your discounted seat for what will be an amazing weekend of learning and networking. Here is our preliminary list of confirmed speakers:
- Dan Tudor, the nation’s leading recruiting expert, speaking on three new recruiting topics that hold fantastic lessons for any college coach.
- John Brubaker, former college lacrosse coach and current author and speaker, on the unique marketing lessons coaches can learn from country music.
- Matt Daniel, head women’s basketball coach at Marshall University, who will talk about how to build a successful program on a limited budget
- Roy Firestone, the legendary ESPN journalist, with a one-of-a-kind night of entertainment and insight on the opening night of NCRC 2015.
- Buddy Hobart, co-author of the ground-breaking book on college transfer rates, and addressing how coaches should view what has been called an “epidemic”.
- Garner Goode, who helped build a Division I athletic department social media outreach program, on how coaches can use the newest social media resources correctly to attract recruits faster.
- Paul Biancardi, popular ESPN analyst and recruiting guru, on the trends he is seeing in college recruiting.
- Gabe Bolton, fresh off the most successful season in the history of his Division II program, on “Communicating with the Modern Athlete: See, Hear, Feel!” It’s a detailed plan of how to use these principles with your recruits, as well as the team you coach.
- Tom Johnson, head swimming coach at the University of Wyoming, on recruiting to colleges with challenging locations.
- Brian Stanchak, President of BDS Search, a leading coaching consulting organization, on the important principle of “It’s not who you know, it’s who knows you” in the lives of college coaches.
- Jed Moore, the king of college rodeo recruiting, talking about “The Recruiting Code of the West”.
- Jim Holvay, former rock and roll legend, on how he transformed himself from a life on stage to a successful career in sales – and the lessons college coaches can take from his example.
- Beckie Francis, former Division I women’s basketball head coach, on surviving child abuse, the role college coaches can play in helping identify it and help their athletes, and how she has re-built her life after being terminated at her university – and the lessons every coach can take away from it.
- Christine Cerretani, tennis coach at Boston University, on how to effectively communicate with, and recruit, international athletes.
- Charlie Adams on the recruiting lessons from the 1980 Miracle on Ice hockey team, in a talk that will challenge you as a coach and recruiter.
- T.J. Greggs, tennis coach at Agnes Scott College in Georgia, on the unique approaches college coaches need to take in talking to, recruiting, and coaching LGBT prospects and student-athletes.
- Felicia Hall Allen, one of the most respected professional and college coaching consultants in the country.
- Sean Devlin, Co-Creator of the popular Front Rush recruiting system, on the vital technology tools and trends that college coaches will need to know about as they try to stay one step ahead of their competition.
- Theresa Beekman, D1 assistant volleyball coach, on the free tech tool that has completely transformed the way her program recruits!
- Dr. Mike Davenport, on creating the right work/life balance as you recruit and build your program.
- Tyler Brandt, creator of the 7 Second Coach program for coaches, on creative coaching and recruiting communication tactics that he’s seen work at the college level.
- Matt Morse, a graduating college baseball student-athlete, on the right way to develop the mental side of your team.
- Paul Weir, soccer coach at New Mexico State University, on communicating and connecting with your prospects through the right focus in your recruiting message.
- Mandy Green, D1 coach and creator of a popular organizational system used by coaches around the country, on how to maximize your time and effectiveness every day as a college coach and recruiter.
- Dr. Thom Park, longtime D1 football recruiting coordinator and athletic director, on the smart ways to position yourself as a coach for a long and successful career at the college level.
- PLUS…more speakers and topics to be announced soon!
Reserve your discounted seat for the 2015 National Collegiate Recruiting Conference and spend the weekend with Dan Tudor and his team of recruiting experts, along with coaches and marketing experts from around the nation. We promise that you will recruit smarter, with more enthusiasm, and armed with the latest proven selling and communication skills for the upcoming 2015-2016 recruiting year.
- Where: The Hilton Nashville Downtown Hotel and Conference Center
- When: Friday, June 5th through Sunday morning, June 7th, 2015
- Cost: $249
- How: CLICK HERE
Check out the pictures from NCRC 2014 in Boston last Summer:
Nearly 200 college coaches from across the country gathered together this past June in Boston for the 2014 National Collegiate Recruiting Conference, presented by Tudor Collegiate Strategies.
It’s the nation’s premier gathering of some of the most respected industry experts and college coaches in the country, and they were focused on one of the most important parts of their jobs as college coaches:
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