College running is a realistic goal for high school runners who are willing to commit themselves to cross country and track and field. There is, of course, no guarantees of a scholarship, but a runner with at least decent talent and a superior work ethic should be able to participate in college running. Here are some articles about things that I learned during my years of college running
- College Cross Country Times
- Contacting College Coaches
- College Running Tips
In this section I discuss the kind of times that college coaches look for in deciding whether to allow runners to join the team.
The goal of most elite high school runners is to secure a college athletic scholarship. In this section I discuss the chances of having a coach offer you money to run.
In this section I provide info on contacting college coaches about the possibility of running for them. This section includes a huge list of contact information for coaches throughout Division I. This has become one of the most popular sections of the web site.
This section details the most valuable college running tips I learned during my four years as a college runner.