Lower Cape May Regional High School will host a special seminar titled “Your Future In College Athletics” on Friday in the school’s auditorium at 6:45 p.m.

The event will inform student athletes what they need to do to play a sport in college from college coaches themselves. Football, soccer, basketball, baseball, field hockey, track, cross country and cheerleading coaches will be attending the free event that is open to the public.

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The coaches will be available at 6:45 p.m. Shortly after 7 p.m., Beverly Biancur, the women’s soccer coach at North Carolina Wesleyan, will give a presentation on the rules and regulations for NCAA Division I, II and III. Afterward, each coach will speak to the audience and provide helpful information.

There will also be an open microphone session where the audience will be able questions of the panel of coaches. Once questions are complete, the coaches will be available to meet student athletes and their parents and answer additional and sport-specific questions.

Coaches/Schools Attending: Josepg Fussner, Stockton College head women’s basketball coach; Sam Venuto, Villanova football offensive coordinator; Bevery Biancur, N.C. Wesleyan College head women’s soccer coach; Derick “Ringo” Adamson, Rowan University head women’s track and cross Country coach; Will Wareham, Gwynedd-Mercy College assistant men’s basketball coach; Jack Mehl, Hood College head women’s basketball coach; Leslie LaFronz, Kean University head field hockey coach; Brian August, Wilmington University head baseball coach; Ashley Mundy, Wilmington University assistant cheerleading coach; Charlie Duccilli, Cape Express Director of Operations and former Women’s head soccer coach at Rutgers.

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