23 Jul Collegiate Athletes and High School Recruits Share Advice
If playing collegiate sports is one of your dreams, be sure to SAVE THE DATE on Thursday, June 5th to hear a panel discussion from local Collegiate Athletes and recent high school athletic recruits . The event will be held at Learning Ascent Tutoring House (720 N 17Street, Suite 9, St Charles, IL)
Here are the panelist for the evening:
· John Munyon – 2011 St Charles North High School Graduate; MVP/Captain SCN Baseball(pitcher); All Academic; HS All Conference; All Area; Illinois Wesleyan University Baseball player (D3 program); Studies Business Administration with plans to go to Law School; CCIW 2013 Pitcher of the Year (College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin -IWU’s Conference); All Conference; All Region
· Alex Gage – 2013 St Charles North High School Graduate; MVP/Captain SCN Soccer-Team Winning 2nd and 3rd place State Titles; All Academic; All Conference; All Sectional; All State Player Selection; ODP Region 2 Team; Striker FVClub; Playing D1 Soccer at Loyola University Chicago; Studies Criminal Justice with Spanish Minor
· Chase Gianacakos (6’6”)- 2014 St Charles North Graduate;Captain SCN Football at Offensive Tackle; All Academic; All Conference; All Sectional; All State; AllAmerican; Recruited by Rose Bowl Champion team Michigan State;Studying Supply Chain Management or Accounting
· Danielle Noverini – 2014 St Charles North Graduate: SCN Soccer-Member 2 in State Team; All Academic; Starting Midfield 2014;Striker FV Club; Recruited by Carthage College; Studying PT
Learn what the day in the life of a D1 Athletes entails, how these athletes secured their college offers to play (and obtain college scholarships), and how to correctly navigate the recruitment process and NCAA eligibility requirements.
The event is hosted by AspireSoccer Consulting and Resources.
The panel will begin sharing their success stories and tips at 7:30 pm.
I welcome you to join us to learn what your athlete will need to do to secure a roster spot at the right fit campus for their academic and athletic pursuits.