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Andrea Vangoss

During my high school career, I was a big fish in a small pond. I had the grades and the talent but I didn’t receive the exposure I needed for college coaches to notice me. That was when my dad found out about CSA. The service was unbelievable! Not only was I getting the spotlight I needed, but I was getting results as well. Questionnaires were sent to me from different colleges and also I received letters from out of state colleges as well. In the middle of the process I had received more than 40 different letters from schools asking about my background and if I was interested in attending their college. I also had many coaches calling my house to see if I was interested in their program. I decided to enroll at Jackson State University in Jackson Mississippi. Now as a freshman I am proud to say I am attending a Division I University on a scholarship that covers more than 80% of my costs.

Andrea Vangoss
Chris Minck

Just thought you would like to get an update on Chris. He is starting for Kenyon College basketball at the point guard position. So far, a very young team is off to a slow start but Chris is averaging about 25 minutes /game, 5.4 pts and has an assist to turnover ratio of 24 a assists /15 t/os , best on the team. In addition, fall baseball went very well and he will be playing baseball at Kenyon as well and ha s a chance to be the starting CF. As you know Kenyon found Chris through CSA , so once again thanks since he is having a great time , getting a super education and still playing ball.

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