SIOUX FOOTBALL INSIDER Mat Cox - Capital High School (Olympia, WA)
Mat Cox of Capital High School in Olympia, WA has signed with the UND football program. Cox, 6'6"-245, was a First-Team All-Conference and First-Team All-State selection at the 2A level in the state o... Posted on 2/7/13 at 9:41 AM
STAFF BLOG BISON MEDIA BLOG The 2013 recruiting class: time to talk about it
This is the start of an evaluation of the 2013 recruiting class, with Mr. Izzo's comments to come later. He'll have head coach Craig Bohl on live at WDAY-6 at 6:20 tonight.
JEFF's TAKE: I'm not one t... Posted on 2/6/13 at 6:17 PM
GOOD PEOPLE GOOD BUSINESS Hiring employees who do more than "park their brain at the door"
The notion of park your brain at the door (and do what I tell you to do!) is no longer valid in the information age, says Paul C. Palmes in his book, The Magic of Self-Directed Teams. In other words, ... Posted on 12/28/10 at 4:02 PM
College basketball coaches no longer have to shy away from potential recruits during summer camps and clinics on their own campus.
On Tuesday, the NCAA’s Legislative Council announced it would allow coaches to have “recruiting discussions” on campus, loosening a rule that was nearly impossible to enforce anyway. The change does not mean coaches can go into full recruiting mode, but they can converse with players they are actually recruiting.
For Brian Kelly, Lane Kiffin and Derek Dooley, the first priority at their new jobs was just keeping it together.
Keeping together the recruiting class, that is.
Coaching changes at Notre Dame, Southern California and Tennessee have added intrigue to the end of the recruiting season as three of the nation’s marquee programs have scrambled to hold on to their blue chippers.
BY RALPH D. RUSSO, AP College Football Writer
, February 02, 2010
A North Dakota college forced to button up its campus during peak recruiting season wants to make sure prospective students are not scared away by record flooding.
A legislative negotiating committee is recommending $200,000 for Valley City State University to use in a marketing campaign. The school’s building and grounds are closed while Valley City residents monitor the swollen Sheyenne River. Students are finishing the semester through online classes.
By Dave Kolpack, The Associated Press
, April 30, 2009
Hannah Langseth, an all-state striker from Fargo, has signed a Dakota Athletic Conference letter of intent to play soccer at Jamestown College.
Langseth, a senior at Fargo Oak Grove who plays for Fargo Shanley-Oak Grove, has been a first-team all-state selection twice.
Montpelier’s Heather Brown has signed a Dakota Athletic Conference letter of intent to play volleyball next fall for Jamestown College.
The 5-foot-11 senior middle hitter guided the Litchville-Marion-Montpelier Rebels to a fourth-place finish in the state Class B volleyball tournament last fall with an overall record of 22-2.
Molly Artz of Westhope has signed a Dakota Athletic Conference letter of intent to play women’s basketball at Jamestown College.
Artz, a 5-foot-10 forward, is currently averaging 14 points, 7.7 rebounds, 5 assists and 3 steals per game for Westhope-Newburg. She was named to the all-district and all-region teams the last two seasons. She also competes in volleyball, golf and track for the Sioux.
The Jamestown College football team went heavy on the offensive side of the ball with the first round of their 2009 recruiting class, attempting to reload its high-powered offense, hit hard by graduation.
Coach Bud Etzold’s second incoming class included 14 offensive players and three on the defensive side of the ball.
The University of North Dakota has landed another goalie from the Alberta Junior Hockey League.
Nineteen-year-old Aaron Dell says he’ll come to UND next season to replace graduating Aaron Walski on the roster.
For 20 years, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale’s enrollment numbers have languished, proving so vexing it cost a top campus administrator his job in 2006.
Much of the problem, the chancellor contends, is that would-be students from Illinois bolted to other states on the promise of sweet tuition deals.
By Jim Suhr, The Associated Press
, January 13, 2009
Some North Dakota lawmakers believe it’s a good time to recruit college students from other states, especially since many of those states are setting enrollment caps and laying off professors.
Legislators are debating a bill that would give the state Commerce Department $1 million for a marketing campaign to help woo out-of-state students. The bill also would add $1.2 million to a student internship program.
By Dave Kolpack, The Associated Press
, January 08, 2009
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