March Madness impact on Student Athletes

This. Is. March.

The field of 68 has been set for the NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. Approximately 884 Student-Athletes will compete to cut down the final nets in New Orleans and Minneapolis. Moments will be created and these student-athletes will become household names. Remember Jalen Suggs’ buzzer-beater to send Gonzaga to the national championship?

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How about Arike Ogunbowale’s shot in 2018 to win the title for Notre Dame? A student-athletes dream that will forever be set in stone

Student Athlete Arike Ogunbowales shot

It's not just limited to the D-1 field, either. Just on Sunday, freshman Kobe Rodgers hit this shot to send D2 Nova Southeastern to the Sweet 16. You can see the crowd erupt as the ball funnels through the net. The Sharks were facing elimination and an end to their perfect season which now sits at 31-0 overall. Incredible moments happen everywhere.

In addition, the D3 men’s and women’s basketball tournament is currently underway with the final four play set for March 17th (women’s) and March 18th (men’s). I would not be surprised if a kid with a term paper due the next day and a part-time job hit a once and a lifetime shot.

Student-Athletes across all divisions and ability levels will have a chance to create that type of memory now and across the next month. As it pertains to the D-1 tournament, it’s their “One Shining Moment” as the credits roll and confetti falls to conclude what we’ve come to know as March Madness. In other words, it’s a dramatic recap of endless unpredictability. For many, it’s a defining mark before embarking on a career other than basketball.

Could you be next?

With, our expert recruiting team can help make that dream become your reality. By creating a free profile, you can begin your collegiate student-athlete journey to a school that gives you the best chance to succeed. Add your stats, highlights, photographs, or even your GPA to your personal athletic resume. Through our extensive avenues and personal insight, mygotgame can guide your name to a college coach that fits your ability level.

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You don’t need to be Kentucky’s Oscar Tshiebwe or South Carolina’s Aliyah Boston to gain exposure through mygotgame. Both players will get plenty of coverage on their own throughout the next couple of weeks. Some of you might have the Wildcats and Gamecocks winning it all in your bracket. Or maybe you have the Auburn Tigers and Jabari Smith or Iowa Hawkeyes and star guard Caitlin Clarke.

Nor do you need to be viewed by Duke Basketball and Mike Krzyzewski or Geno Auriemma and UConn. I’m sure you will hear about Coach K’s final NCAA tournament by every TV commentator every day! After all, Duke television is ratings gold!  Moreover, can the Huskies return to championship glory with Paige Bueckers coming back from a knee injury? Hate em’ or love em’, those programs and players create the headlines.

mygotgame is for every student-athlete in-between.  You can have your sights set on Storrs or your local junior college.

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So, as you enjoy the best month in sports, take a look at beginning your athletic window. Enjoy the College Student-Athlete experience 

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