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DID YOU KNOW THAT THE MAJORITY OF ATHLETES GAIN SCHOLARSHIPS TO THE USA BECAUSE THEY TOOK THE INITIATIVE TO REACH OUT TO COACHES THEMSELVES? ATHLETES ARE RARELY SCOUTED DIRECTLY BY COLLEGE COACHES
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2021 RISING STARS
Roisin, a track and cross country athlete from Ireland, signed with Athletes to America in 2020 and immediately received multiple full ride scholarship offers. She accepted a place at Adams State University, Colorado.
Michael, a national level swimmer from NSW Australia accepted a full ride scholarship offer to Wingate University. He will study Maths with a minor in exercise science.
Jade, a soccer player from the UK received a full ride scholarship to Coker University in South Carolina. She will study business with a minor in Spanish.