SportsForce Launches Revolutionary Sports Recruiting Portal for Aspiring Student-Athletes

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Online Platform Provides On Demand Recruiting and Training Tools for Student Athletes, Their Parents and College Coaches

Through their online profile, athletes can proactively take control of their careers and market themselves to college coaches around the country while simultaneously providing a comprehensive resume and video for coaches to quickly evaluate.

SportsForce is launching a new website enabling high school athletes to take control of their sports careers by creating an online sports resume, showcasing their highlight video and best positioning themselves to secure a college roster spot. SportsForce enables student-athletes, parents, coaches and college coaches to create, connect and manage their sports careers online. The website provides visitors a high quality online video experience and utilizes a sophisticated Web 2.0 style platform to help student-athletes, families and college coaches across the country save money and time throughout the recruiting process.

Davide Golia, father of Travis Golia - current Stanford Football player states, "I would recommend SportsForce without reservation to other parents of kids that have a chance and talent of playing college sports. The quality and timeliness of their service is second to none. Being former college and professional athletes their staff has a trained eye and ear for exactly what will work in a video and how to prepare for the college recruiting process."

The San Diego based company, started by former college and professional athletes, is successfully advancing male and female student-athletes toward playing college athletics and obtaining college scholarships. SportsForce has worked with nearly 1,000 student-athletes and families with more than 80% of their clients landing a college roster spot and having the incredible opportunity of being a college student-athlete.

SportsForce has profiled athletes in more than ten different sports, here are a few athlete profiles and highlight videos:

Football Jake Stephens, Class of 2010

Girls Basketball Heather Serven, Class of 2010

Boys Lacrosse Alex Pardieu, Class of 2010

Softball Alex Miller, Class of 2010

Successful proof of this model is Alanna Parker, a recent High School girl's lacrosse player. Her father, Ron Parker, remarked "The SportsForce skills video proved to be the number one reason that Davidson College, a NCAA DI school, recruited Alanna. Needless to say, a lot of money was spent during Alanna's recruitment summer, but the best "bang for the buck" (money well spent) was her skills video you produced for us."

"Our focus is on bridging the high school to college sports gap. The Sports Force website serves as an on-demand, virtual recruiting trip via the Internet for college coaches to view an athlete's resume including video, stats and academic scores with just a click of a mouse. As a collegiate athlete, I wish the recruiting process could have been simpler when I was a high school athlete," says SportsForce CEO and co-founder Andrew Beinbrink who was an All-American baseball player at Arizona State and upon graduating, played for the Texas Rangers and Tampa Bay Rays organizations. "Through their online profile, athletes can proactively take control of their careers and market themselves to college coaches around the country while simultaneously providing a comprehensive resume and video for coaches to quickly evaluate."

About SportsForce
SportsForce is a premier online sports destination that allows student-athletes, coaches and parents to create, connect and manage their sports careers online. SportsForce offers a one-stop destination for student-athletes and families to create a professional highlight video, online sports resume and game plan for successfully landing a college roster spot. For more information, visit http://www.sportsforceonline.com or contact CEO Andrew Beinbrink (858) 350-1786.

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