AJGC Partners with Athletes USA
25th October 2017, Palm Beach Florida, USA
Athletes USA and the AJGC are proud to announce their new partnership together. This partnership will bring a positive impact to the future of Colombian youth golfers.
The Association of Juniors of Golfers of Colombia is a non-profit organization that was created August 1, 2013 dedicated to forming, developing and promoting children and youth golf in Colombia and Latin America. The AJGC seeks excellence with its sport and training values, ethics and fellowship.
Since 2008, Athletes USA has placed athletes at American universities more than any other agency in the world. This has allowed athletes’ families to save up to $100 million in college costs. Today Athletes USA works with more than 54 countries and 50 different national federations, NGOs and Olympic committees around the world.
MAJOR CHAMPION ERNIE ELS PARTNERS WITH LEADING SPORT SCHOLARSHIP AGENCY ATHLETES-USA, LLC.
Ernie Els and Athletes-USA, LLC. partner to place international student-athletes into American universities through sports scholarships.
Jupiter, FL. (August 1st, 2017) – Ernie Els has partnered with reputable scholarship agency, Athletes- USA to recruit worldwide student-athletes from various sports into American universities within the NCAA, NAIA and NJCAA. Founded in 2008, Athletes-USA is comprised of former college athletes, coaches and scouts working together to market and manage scholarships to some of the world’s best known universities. With their network of over 20,000 American college coaches Athletes-USA has helped to deliver scholarships to over 54 countries globally and growing.
“I am delighted to partner with Athletes-USA. As many know, I’m very passionate about cultivating new talents and helping young players get to the next level,” said four-time Major Champion Ernie Els.
He added: “The Ernie Els & Fancourt Foundation was founded in 1999 specifically for this purpose; to produce successful young leaders and to help develop them to their fullest potential. But scholarships to universities aren’t as common as they are in America. This is where Athletes-USA steps in. They take a look at you, your talent, your grades, and the overall picture to match and place you into the best university. I think that this is a great opportunity for young junior golfers and all student-athletes who are looking to come to America and attend university on scholarship. This is a game-changer for anyone looking to go further.”
Athletes-USA is able to place student-athletes, from start to finish, in twenty-seven different sports and offers two programs as part of their service, which includes an individual profile on the website and database accessible to their network of coaches and universities. Applicants are also provided with a personal recruiting mentor to help guide them through the process along with providing valuable support during their college careers.
“Athletes-USA is excited to announce our new partnership with Ernie Els and The Ernie Els Group,” said Athletes-USA Founder, Chris Vidal. “We welcome this relationship with such a well-respected name in the world of golf and sports. With their help we will further the emphasis of education in sports and focus on helping top level student athletes become champions in the world of academia and sports.”
For more information and a complete list of offered sports, please visit: www.athletes-usa.com or contact
Chris Vidal, Athletes-USA LLC / E: email@example.com
In all sports, young athletes grow up idolising their heroes, hoping one day they will be able to reach the same heights.
But becoming a pro means taking your chance, the same chance that Woods, Nicklaus, Spieth and 65% of all PGA Tour players take: the US college system.
We are offering six young golfers the chance to win full scholarships to colleges in the US to help them start achieving their dream.
2016 has ended with its ups and downs and now we enter a new year that brings with it the traditional New Year resolutions.
This traditional list of resolutions may come with a bad connotation because by the end of the year many of us have forgotten about them and neglected our goals. However, the beginning of a new year is always a good time to reflect on the past and make a list of things that we’d like to change or achieve.
Merry Christmas From All of us Here at Athletes USA!
We are happy to have welcomed so many athletes to our family this year.
We have been growing and now we are bigger and better, and continue to be inspired by all those amazing athletes that want to follow their dreams by studying in the US.
We hope you all have a lovely time wherever you are in the world and may you holidays be truly wonderful, magical and filled with joy!
– The Athletes USA Team
(from right to left) Christopher Vidal Founder, Tiffany Vidal Marketing Team, Jose Armas Scout Team, David Rueda CEO, Oscar Gonzalez Albo COO, Matias Aristegui Scout Team, Linnea Lindmark Team Director, Herbert Biste Team Director, Ben Deets Placement Team Director, Chet Walters Scout Team, and all our scouts around the world!
5 Ways to Run Safely at Night
You’ve spent this last past year working hard and some holidays are not going to get in the way. Therefore, to stay fit, you are going to want to train and for many people that includes running. However, because now days are shorter and nights are longer there is a very big possibility that you will have to run in the dark, so make sure you stay safe and that you are really careful.
Ideally choose to run in well-lit areas, but if for some reason that isn’t possible we want to give you 5 safety precautions you should take:
What To Avoid When Meeting A College Coach
As we’ve previously mentioned coaches are not only looking for athletes with talent, when recruiting they take into consideration many other factor and during a meeting there are many things that they will look for that could ruin your interview.
First and foremost, don’t get down if things aren’t perfect and don’t go as planned, it is expected that you will be nervous and coaches know that. However, there are a few things you should avoid if you want to make a good impression.
Qualities Coaches Look for in Recruits
When recruiting, coaches look for athletes that will fit into their teams, usually filling their weaknesses. As a result, not all coaches are looking for the same type of athlete and will look for different particular characteristics that may be decisive in the recruiting process.
Here are some of those things:
NCAA DI Soccer National Championship 2016
The NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer national championship was being disputed last Sunday at the BBVA Compass Stadium during a scoreless game that ended up going into penalties. However, by the end of the match, the Stanford Cardinals won their second consecutive national title.
In the 71st minute, Drew Skundrich, playing for Stanford, took a shot, but Wake Forest’s goalkeeper Andreu Cases Mundet made a save when he caught the ball, laying on his back keeping it from crossing the line. Stanford celebrated a goal and Wake Forest celebrated a save. However, NCAA rules allow a review, which resulted in no goal.
By the end of the game, the scores remained 0-0 and the game went into penalty kicks. By the 5th penalty, Hayden Partain, from Wake Forest, shot low to the right corner, but Stanford’s goalkeeper Andrew Epstein made a game-saving block sending the teams into a sudden death shootout. Sam Werner scored giving the Cardinals the lead, while the Wake Forest team needed a goal to stay alive. However, Epstein had a different plan and when Brad Dunwell attempted to score, he dove to his right to make a save, winning the cup for his team, becoming the first team since Wisconsin in 1995 to win a national championship without a goal against.
Andrew Epstein is a redshirt junior and is the fifth goalkeeper in NCAA history to have a 0.00 goals-against average in a season. His career goals-against average is 0.34 and the NCAA record is 0.39.
It isn’t the first time Coach Jeremy Gunn leads a team to the national championship, he guided Charlotte to the 2011 College Cup.