This 2018, the University of Campbellsville is offering full scholarships for athletes.January 02, 2018
If you are an athlete who is wondering which university to chose in this 2018, we recommend the University of Campbellsville. The University of Campbellsville, founded in 1906, it’s a private, suburban college, with around 1894 full time undergraduate students enrolled.
The University of Campbellsville is the perfect place if you want to study programs related to sports, because this institution has majors that specialize in this area like Sport Management and Sports Medicine, you can check the list of programs that this University offers here
In addition, this University has been ranked as one of America’s top Kentucky and southern institution in accredited national and world university rankings like the U.S. Campbellsville University is also a Military Friendly School, an NAIA Five-Star Champions of Character Institution that has been named to President’s Higher Education Honor Roll for Community Service. If you want to join the Campbellsville University Football program you need to begin to build relationships and a highly-visible, professional quality recruiting profile. Beginning that process as early as possible is crucial to your success. But we understand that the process can be frustrating as this coaches are receiving thousands of messages every day by students worldwide. This is why, having an entity that helps with the admission process can be ideal.
Affinity Sports and Education was born with this purpose. The CEO and co founder Magnus Leung has direct communication with the key people in the selection process. Some of the coaches include: Matt Atwood (WR), Hunter Cantwell (ST/QB), Josh Dean (Defensive Line), Joshua Dye (DC/DB), George Eskridge (Defensive Assistant), Ricky Gehres (OC), Dwight Houston (LB), Brandon McCray (OL), Will Snyder (Defensive Backs), AJ Strong (Running Backs) and Perry Thomas (HC).
Chan Pak-hei was a student at Yan Oi Tong Tin Ka Ping Secondary School in Hong Kong. After making his profile in sportsync, the platform created by Affinity Sports and Education, he was recruited by Campbellsville University, having a full athletic scholarship to Campbellsville University in the US. This year Chan Pak-hei was transfered to Fresno Pacific University, but the highlights of his performance at Campbellsville University club are still impresive.
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