A Glaring Controversy With Name, Image, Likeness (NIL): International Student-Athletes Can’t Cash In

NIL Controversy: International Student-Athletes Can’t Cash In

Florida State University swimmer, Izaak Bastian was excited to learn student-athletes can profit from Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) deals. His excitement died when the 2021 Olympian realized his Bahamian citizenship would get in the way. “It was really discouraging to learn about my ineligibility for NIL deals,” said Bastian, who competed for Florida State … Read more

NCAA’s Youngest Coach | Chris Paynter

Sports& with Jesse Marsh

Sports& presents a conversation with the youngest coach in the NCAA, Chris Paynter. At 24 years of age, Chris Paynter is the head swim coach at Wilkes University. Note: This podcast is produced by the team at SportsEpreneur. If you are looking to be featured on a podcast or article, or are looking to start … Read more

Sports& with Jesse Marsh: Episode 1 | Delson Training

Sports& with Jesse Marsh

Delson Training: Inside the World of a Professional Basketball Skills Trainer Sports& presents a conversation with professional basketball skills trainer, Delson Fleurmond, founder of Delson Training — a professional basketball skills training company. In this episode, Jesse Marsh and Delson Fleurmond talk about: Delson’s journey from Haiti to Elizabeth, New Jersey how he started playing … Read more

Why I Created Sports&

Why I Created Sports& | with Jesse Marsh | Presented by SportsEpreneur

When I began my competitive swimming career as an eight-year-old, my ultimate goal was to go to the Olympics. The Olympics remained my dream for most of my career. I was willing to do anything for it. Two practices a day, every day, 12 months a year. My world revolved around getting to that goal. … Read more

SE Perspective | Your Sporting Career Is Over: What Now?

SE+ Perspective | Your Sporting Career Is Over: What Now?

It is September after your senior year. You graduated a few months earlier, started a job, and moved to a new city. You have settled into your new life, but one thing is missing: a new athletic season. Getting suited up to step out on the field or court, or dive into the pool is … Read more

SE Perspective | 5 Misconceptions About College Athletic Scholarships

Misconceptions About College Athletic Scholarships | SE

A lot of misinformation is spread about college athletics, particularly surrounding scholarships. For an athlete interested in playing a sport at the collegiate level, it is essential to understand every aspect of athletic scholarships before beginning conversations with coaches. That way, you know what to expect once you get into the process. Here are five … Read more

SE Perspective | 6 College Recruiting Tips For International Student-Athletes

SE Perspective | Six College Recruiting Tips For International Student-Athletes

Becoming a college athlete is extremely difficult. According to data the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) compiled in 2020, only 7% of high school athletes go on to play sports at the collegiate level. Given the limited opportunities available and the wealth of athletic talent in the United States, international student-athletes often have a tough … Read more

SE Perspective | Navigating the NIL World as an International Student-Athlete

SE Perspective | Navigating the NIL World as an International Student-Athlete

July 1, 2021 marked a massive shift in the collegiate athletic landscape. After countless calls over the past decade for the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) to revise its outdated amateurism rules, its Division I Board of Directors approved an interim Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) policy. The amendment allows college athletes nationwide to now … Read more