The Lance

NCAA recruiting: Athletes need to ask themselves tough questions

NCAA recruiting:  Athletes need to ask themselves tough questions

by Sammie Hoefs, Managing Editor

October 31, 2019

One of the hardest pills to swallow is that being a high school athlete, even a very good one, can’t guarantee a spot in the NCAA.  Some college coaches may recruit at a high school game. However, according to NCAA statistics, club sports have the upper hand. On Master Soccer Mind, “The youth sports world is a 15.3 billion dollar industry in the United States.” Club tak...

Class of 2018 Bright Futures: Tommy Moyer invests into his future at Loyola

Class of 2018 Bright Futures: Tommy Moyer invests into his future at Loyola

by Devin Barge, Co-Editor-In-Chief

May 2, 2018

Tommy Moyer chose to attend Loyola University Maryland because he loves the class size of 4,000 students. For Moyer the class size isn't too large, but isn't too small, and the school has a great liberal arts curriculum. "In the future I would like to work in a science-related business or company," ...

Choices: Athletes must decide between multiple sports and club teams

Choices:  Athletes must decide between multiple sports and club teams

by Sammie Hoefs, Reporter

March 27, 2018

Imagine this: You’re 14 years old and you have to pick one sport to play until your 20’s. This is reality for many high school freshmen who have to choose to play club sports at a higher level for a chance to play in college and/or play for their high school team and represent their communities. ...

The student news site of Linganore High School
Loyola University Maryland