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Home Schools Sports & Getting Into College: Thursday, 11/6 at 7pm Rye Middle School

Sports & Getting Into College: Thursday, 11/6 at 7pm Rye Middle School

It's a college athletic recruiting seminar on Thursday, November 6, 2014 at 7pm (Rye Middle School, 1 Parson Street) featuring Coach Wayne Mazzoni, author of "Get Recruited: The Definitive Guide to Playing College Sports."  

Wayne mazzoni

The annual seminar is sponsored by the Sound Shore Consortium, which includes Rye, Rye Neck, Harrison, Portchester, Mamaroneck, Blind Brook, Byram Hills, and White Plains schools. Rye is hosting this year – the event is free and open to all parents, athletes and coaches of students grades 8-12.

Read the flyer.

RSVP (no cost).

See Mazzoni talking about ow high school athletes should market themselves to colleges:

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It's a college athletic recruiting seminar on Thursday, November 6, 2014 at 7pm (Rye Middle School, 1 Parson Street) featuring Coach Wayne Mazzoni, author of "Get Recruited: The Definitive Guide to Playing College Sports."  

Wayne mazzoni

The annual seminar is sponsored by the Sound Shore Consortium, which includes Rye, Rye Neck, Harrison, Portchester, Mamaroneck, Blind Brook, Byram Hills, and White Plains schools. Rye is hosting this year – the event is free and open to all parents, athletes and coaches of students grades 8-12.

Read the flyer.

RSVP (no cost).

See Mazzoni talking about ow high school athletes should market themselves to colleges: