Six Things for Canadian Track and Field Athletes To Consider During The NCAA Recruiting Process
Posted 4 months ago
SCOTT COMPETED IN THE 400M & 800M AT COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY AND COACHED AT BOTH BROWN UNIVERSITY AND COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY. MONCUR WAS AN IVY LEAGUE CHAMPION AND NCAA QUALIFIER. SCOTT RESIDES IN CANMOR, AB AND NOW WORKS FOR THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
Coach Wood recruited me to Columbia University when I was in Grade 11, and I joined his program in September of 2000. He was patient with me throughout the process and allowed me and my family to ask questions and make the best long-term decision for me. That is the most important thing to consider when you are weighing your post-secondary options as a Canadian or International student-athlete. I will try to share some my experience as a high school and university student-athlete, as well as my experience as an Assistant Track and Cross Country Coach at both Brown University and Columbia University of the Ivy League.