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Brett Garrard named Director of Field Hockey

College Sports America is proud to announce another great partnership. Last week, Director Nick Flynn finalized an agreement with British hockey legend Brett Garrard. Brett played in 263 games for England and Great Britain, participating in three World Cups (1998, 2002, 2006), two Olympic Games (2000 & 2004), three Commonwealth Games and four European Cups. Brett currently is the Director of Hockey at Surbiton Hockey Club as well as the Hockey Professional at Reeds School and has worked with many international teams and players throughout his career. He also spent last summer as the assistant coach for the German National Women’s team at the European Cup. 

College Sports America is very proud to welcome someone with such a huge amount of experience to its team. From the beginning, the company’s goal has been to add experts to our team in order to provide young athletes with the best possible guidance and advice. “There are a lot of agencies who do not have real experts with coaching experience or real knowledge of the American collegiate system on their team, which leads to bad advice for their student athletes. College Sports America stands out because the people we work with not only have experience but they are also well-known worldwide in their respective sports”, said Director Nick Flynn.

Brett is very happy about the partnership and is eager to get started. “I am extremely excited about this project, because I am a big believer in the US College system and the opportunities it provides developing players. I have been extremely impressed with how College Sports America go about their business in finding the perfect fit for both the athlete and the university. Their passion for building relationships with both parties is key to the process and one I am excited to be a part of”, said Brett who will also work with other hockey federations to make college hockey an option for every talented hockey player around the world.

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