TV News Interview on Cox SD4


Press Coverage
U-T San Diego

Trying to win in the scholarship game - San Diego Union Tribune

"Athletes most likely to benefit from a company like SportsForce are those just under the radar, often participating in what colleges call nonrevenue-generating sports — baseball, softball, lacrosse, soccer or gymnastics. Yet even blue-chip athletes in football or basketball who already are being heavily recruited might benefit from learning how to make the best selection among offers they've received..."

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North County Times

SportsForce Among Services Offering Assitance to Area HS Students in Search of Scholarship Money - North County Times

"...out of the blue, Sarkey received a call from the baseball coach at Friends University, an NAIA school in Wichita, Kan. The coach had stumbled upon Sarkey's online profile hosted by SportsForce, a Solana Beach-based college recruiting service, and was impressed by the pitching mechanics displayed by Sarkey in his highlights video..."

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Bakersfield Californian

SportsForce in Town for College Night - Bakersfield Californian

"Jackie Bernardin left Bakersfield as a college athlete, and now she's trying to help other locals do the same. Bernardin, a former Centennial athlete who played volleyball at Texas and the University of San Diego, works for SportsForce, an organization aimed at educating prospective college athletes and their families about the recruiting process and then publicizing them to recruiters...'

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Radio Interview with AM 830

SportsForce CEO Andrew Beinbrink was interviewed by AM 830 KLAA , Home of the Angels, about the SportsForce mission. Take a moment to listen to the interview and learn a little more first hand.


IV Press

College Sports Night Seminar Coverage - Imperial Valley Press

"With another high school season coming in the fall, local student athletes will be looking to showcase their skills for potential college opportunities. Tonight those athletes will have the opportunity for a different kind of exposure as SportsForce will have a free one-hour seminar..."

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