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ComOrp & AC4SA’s Testimonials

AC4SA works with schools, students & parents, and clubs to help young student athletes reach their full potential. We believe that sports can create a culture of discipline, effort, and mental toughness that can transfer to all areas of a student athlete’s life.

Nicole, Duke University
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Nicole, Duke University

I am currently employed at Duke University in the Career Center which falls under the Division of Student Affairs. I serve as Assistant Director and my advising portfolio includes: Government, Law, Education and Nonprofit.

I worked with Lindsay on two different occasions. We were first Assistant Academic Coordinators at NC State. Her primary responsibility was working with the Men’s Basketball program. She had the ability of creating working relationships with the student-athletes very quickly which very much worked to her advantage. With a high profile program, being able to gain the trust of the players and coaches enabled her to grow right into their working program and be of assistance to the student-athletes. Her vast knowledge of many academic disciplines is also one of her strong points and she was able to assist the student-athletes in almost all of the courses.

We then had the privilege to both be hired at the same time at Stony Brook University. She was now working with the Football program and I was with Women’s Basketball and a host of other Olympic Sports. Her knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations quickly made her a valuable asset to the Football Program. She again quickly developed amazing working relationships not only with the players but with the Head Coach.

He passion for mentoring and guiding these young men and women was present in her every day work. She is dedicated to the success of her students and supports them not only on the field/court but in life.

-Nicole

Lindsay had the ability of creating working relationships with the student-athletes very quickly which very much worked to her advantage.
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Nicole, Duke University

I am currently employed at Duke University in the Career Center which falls under the Division of Student Affairs. I serve as Assistant Director and my advising portfolio includes: Government, Law, Education and Nonprofit.

I worked with Lindsay on two different occasions. We were first Assistant Academic Coordinators at NC State. Her primary responsibility was working with the Men’s Basketball program. She had the ability of creating working relationships with the student-athletes very quickly which very much worked to her advantage. With a high profile program, being able to gain the trust of the players and coaches enabled her to grow right into their working program and be of assistance to the student-athletes. Her vast knowledge of many academic disciplines is also one of her strong points and she was able to assist the student-athletes in almost all of the courses.

We then had the privilege to both be hired at the same time at Stony Brook University. She was now working with the Football program and I was with Women’s Basketball and a host of other Olympic Sports. Her knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations quickly made her a valuable asset to the Football Program. She again quickly developed amazing working relationships not only with the players but with the Head Coach.

He passion for mentoring and guiding these young men and women was present in her every day work. She is dedicated to the success of her students and supports them not only on the field/court but in life.

-Nicole

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Nicole, Duke University

I am currently employed at Duke University in the Career Center which falls under the Division of Student Affairs. I serve as Assistant Director and my advising portfolio includes: Government, Law, Education and Nonprofit.

I worked with Lindsay on two different occasions. We were first Assistant Academic Coordinators at NC State. Her primary responsibility was working with the Men’s Basketball program. She had the ability of creating working relationships with the student-athletes very quickly which very much worked to her advantage. With a high profile program, being able to gain the trust of the players and coaches enabled her to grow right into their working program and be of assistance to the student-athletes. Her vast knowledge of many academic disciplines is also one of her strong points and she was able to assist the student-athletes in almost all of the courses.

We then had the privilege to both be hired at the same time at Stony Brook University. She was now working with the Football program and I was with Women’s Basketball and a host of other Olympic Sports. Her knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations quickly made her a valuable asset to the Football Program. She again quickly developed amazing working relationships not only with the players but with the Head Coach.

He passion for mentoring and guiding these young men and women was present in her every day work. She is dedicated to the success of her students and supports them not only on the field/court but in life.

-Nicole

Toya, University of Oklahoma
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Toya, University of Oklahoma

I serve as the Director of Student-Athlete Advising at the University of Oklahoma. In this role, I directly oversee the academic performance and academic provisions needed for the men’s football and men’s Gymnastics teams.

I worked with Lindsay in a similar capacity at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech). During that time I was able to see firsthand the passion that Lindsay has for helping student-athletes succeed. She worked with a wide range of student-athletes and successfully built relationships with each of them. It was through these relationships, that her students knew she was someone that they could trust and that she has their best interest at heart.
Her roles included meeting with students to provide academic structure and support, advising students on courses for enrollment, and assisting students with career plans. The bulk of her time would be spent in working one-on-one with students to build the crucial skills needed to be successful in college level work i.e. time management, communicating with professors, and study skills. Many of the students she served lacked college readiness, therefore working with Lindsay was instrumental for their matriculation and eventually graduating from Georgia Tech.

In addition to being a great worker, Lindsay is also a friend. She works well with others and is always willing to lend a helping hand to her peers and/or those in need. She is a service orientated person and is someone that cares about people.

In the past, she and I had spoken in length about her future endeavors and it’s so exciting to see her turn her vision into a reality.

-Toya

I was able to see firsthand the passion that Lindsay has for helping student-athletes succeed.
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Toya, University of Oklahoma

I serve as the Director of Student-Athlete Advising at the University of Oklahoma. In this role, I directly oversee the academic performance and academic provisions needed for the men’s football and men’s Gymnastics teams.

I worked with Lindsay in a similar capacity at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech). During that time I was able to see firsthand the passion that Lindsay has for helping student-athletes succeed. She worked with a wide range of student-athletes and successfully built relationships with each of them. It was through these relationships, that her students knew she was someone that they could trust and that she has their best interest at heart.
Her roles included meeting with students to provide academic structure and support, advising students on courses for enrollment, and assisting students with career plans. The bulk of her time would be spent in working one-on-one with students to build the crucial skills needed to be successful in college level work i.e. time management, communicating with professors, and study skills. Many of the students she served lacked college readiness, therefore working with Lindsay was instrumental for their matriculation and eventually graduating from Georgia Tech.

In addition to being a great worker, Lindsay is also a friend. She works well with others and is always willing to lend a helping hand to her peers and/or those in need. She is a service orientated person and is someone that cares about people.

In the past, she and I had spoken in length about her future endeavors and it’s so exciting to see her turn her vision into a reality.

-Toya

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Toya, University of Oklahoma

I serve as the Director of Student-Athlete Advising at the University of Oklahoma. In this role, I directly oversee the academic performance and academic provisions needed for the men’s football and men’s Gymnastics teams.

I worked with Lindsay in a similar capacity at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech). During that time I was able to see firsthand the passion that Lindsay has for helping student-athletes succeed. She worked with a wide range of student-athletes and successfully built relationships with each of them. It was through these relationships, that her students knew she was someone that they could trust and that she has their best interest at heart.
Her roles included meeting with students to provide academic structure and support, advising students on courses for enrollment, and assisting students with career plans. The bulk of her time would be spent in working one-on-one with students to build the crucial skills needed to be successful in college level work i.e. time management, communicating with professors, and study skills. Many of the students she served lacked college readiness, therefore working with Lindsay was instrumental for their matriculation and eventually graduating from Georgia Tech.

In addition to being a great worker, Lindsay is also a friend. She works well with others and is always willing to lend a helping hand to her peers and/or those in need. She is a service orientated person and is someone that cares about people.

In the past, she and I had spoken in length about her future endeavors and it’s so exciting to see her turn her vision into a reality.

-Toya

ACC Golf Coach
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ACC Golf Coach

This is my 26th season as the Head Men’s Golf Coach at an ACC university. In that role I am responsible for not only the athletic success of our student-athletes, but the academic results as well. Our school is a very challenging academic institution and being able to succeed on that side of the equation is critical to their athletic performance. If a player is struggling in the classroom, then they will probably struggle on the golf course.

Consequently, the role of our academic advisor is critical to the success in both areas of our program. The program has enjoyed some incredible results in both areas. There is no question that we have had some unmatched support in our academic area and Lindsay Sundberg is a shining example of that excellence. Our players miss more class than any other Division athletics and face some significant challenges to get it all done in a day.

Lindsay had to manage our entire academic program. This included developing schedules, tutoring, and mentoring young men as they transition from high school to a major academic program. Although most of our players come from very positive home environments, but many of them do not possess the skills and perspective to succeed in the classroom Their focus has primarily been on their sport and the relationship they establish with their academic advisor is critical to their college success and experience. This is where Lindsay was special! Her ability to inspire, mentor, and gain young men’s trust was amazing to witness. During her time here we graduated every player and maintained a Dean’s List Cumulative grade point average.

Her commitment to our players was evident each and every day. There was nothing 8 to 5 about her job here. She made herself available to our players all hours of the day and night. This created a tremendous amount trust between Lindsay and our players. She truly embodied the spirit of “Nobody cares how much you know until they know how much you care!” She was able to reach our young men because they felt her care for them.

She was a part of our family and we hated to see her leave. Anyone who spent or gets to spend time with her is better for having that experience. We miss her very much, but sometimes you have to share special people with others! We will always wish her the best in her chosen profession and know that someone is being blessed with her association.

-ACC Golf Coach

Her commitment to our players was evident each and every day. There was nothing 8 to 5 about her job here.
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ACC Golf Coach

This is my 26th season as the Head Men’s Golf Coach at an ACC university. In that role I am responsible for not only the athletic success of our student-athletes, but the academic results as well. Our school is a very challenging academic institution and being able to succeed on that side of the equation is critical to their athletic performance. If a player is struggling in the classroom, then they will probably struggle on the golf course.

Consequently, the role of our academic advisor is critical to the success in both areas of our program. The program has enjoyed some incredible results in both areas. There is no question that we have had some unmatched support in our academic area and Lindsay Sundberg is a shining example of that excellence. Our players miss more class than any other Division athletics and face some significant challenges to get it all done in a day.

Lindsay had to manage our entire academic program. This included developing schedules, tutoring, and mentoring young men as they transition from high school to a major academic program. Although most of our players come from very positive home environments, but many of them do not possess the skills and perspective to succeed in the classroom Their focus has primarily been on their sport and the relationship they establish with their academic advisor is critical to their college success and experience. This is where Lindsay was special! Her ability to inspire, mentor, and gain young men’s trust was amazing to witness. During her time here we graduated every player and maintained a Dean’s List Cumulative grade point average.

Her commitment to our players was evident each and every day. There was nothing 8 to 5 about her job here. She made herself available to our players all hours of the day and night. This created a tremendous amount trust between Lindsay and our players. She truly embodied the spirit of “Nobody cares how much you know until they know how much you care!” She was able to reach our young men because they felt her care for them.

She was a part of our family and we hated to see her leave. Anyone who spent or gets to spend time with her is better for having that experience. We miss her very much, but sometimes you have to share special people with others! We will always wish her the best in her chosen profession and know that someone is being blessed with her association.

-ACC Golf Coach

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ACC Golf Coach

This is my 26th season as the Head Men’s Golf Coach at an ACC university.  In that role I am responsible for not only the athletic success of our student-athletes, but the academic results as well.  Our school is a very challenging academic institution and being able to succeed on that side of the equation is critical to their athletic performance.  If a player is struggling in the classroom, then they will probably struggle on the golf course.  

Consequently, the role of our academic advisor is critical to the success in both areas of our program. The program has enjoyed some incredible results in both areas.  There is no question that we have had some unmatched support in our academic area and Lindsay Sundberg is a shining example of that excellence.  Our players miss more class than any other Division athletics and face some significant challenges to get it all done in a day.  

Lindsay had to manage our entire academic program.  This included developing schedules, tutoring, and mentoring young men as they transition from high school to a major academic program. Although most of our players come from very positive home environments, but many of them do not possess the skills and perspective to succeed in the classroom  Their focus has primarily been on their sport and the relationship they establish with their academic advisor is critical to their college success and experience.  This is where Lindsay was special! Her ability to inspire, mentor, and gain young men’s trust was amazing to witness.  During her time here we graduated every player and maintained a Dean’s List Cumulative grade point average.  

Her commitment to our players was evident each and every day.  There was nothing 8 to 5 about her job here.  She made herself available to our players all hours of the day and night.  This created a tremendous amount trust between Lindsay and our players.  She truly embodied the spirit of “Nobody cares how much you know until they know how much you care!” She was able to reach our young men because they felt her care for them.  

She was a part of our family and we hated to see her leave.  Anyone who spent or gets to spend time with her is better for having that experience.  We miss her very much, but sometimes you have to share special people with others! We will always wish her the best in her chosen profession and know that someone is being blessed with her association.

-ACC Golf Coach

ACC Men's Basketball Coach
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ACC Men's Basketball Coach

We love Lindsay. She was great with our team and our young men.

She had great positive energy.

-ACC Men’s Basketball Coach

We love Lindsay. She was great with our team and our young men.
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ACC Men's Basketball Coach

We love Lindsay. She was great with our team and our young men.

She had great positive energy.

-ACC Men’s Basketball Coach

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ACC Men's Basketball Coach

We love Lindsay. She was great with our team and our young men.

She had great positive energy.

-ACC Men’s Basketball Coach

ACC Men's Basketball Coach
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ACC Men's Basketball Coach

We love Lindsay. She was great with our team and our young men.

She had great positive energy.

-ACC Men’s Basketball Coach

We love Lindsay. She was great with our team and our young men.
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ACC Men's Basketball Coach

We love Lindsay. She was great with our team and our young men.

She had great positive energy.

-ACC Men’s Basketball Coach

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ACC Men's Basketball Coach

We love Lindsay. She was great with our team and our young men.

She had great positive energy.

-ACC Men’s Basketball Coach

ACC Golf Coach
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ACC Golf Coach

This is my 26th season as the Head Men’s Golf Coach at an ACC university. In that role I am responsible for not only the athletic success of our student-athletes, but the academic results as well. Our school is a very challenging academic institution and being able to succeed on that side of the equation is critical to their athletic performance. If a player is struggling in the classroom, then they will probably struggle on the golf course.

Consequently, the role of our academic advisor is critical to the success in both areas of our program. The program has enjoyed some incredible results in both areas. There is no question that we have had some unmatched support in our academic area and Lindsay Sundberg is a shining example of that excellence. Our players miss more class than any other Division athletics and face some significant challenges to get it all done in a day.

Lindsay had to manage our entire academic program. This included developing schedules, tutoring, and mentoring young men as they transition from high school to a major academic program. Although most of our players come from very positive home environments, but many of them do not possess the skills and perspective to succeed in the classroom Their focus has primarily been on their sport and the relationship they establish with their academic advisor is critical to their college success and experience. This is where Lindsay was special! Her ability to inspire, mentor, and gain young men’s trust was amazing to witness. During her time here we graduated every player and maintained a Dean’s List Cumulative grade point average.

Her commitment to our players was evident each and every day. There was nothing 8 to 5 about her job here. She made herself available to our players all hours of the day and night. This created a tremendous amount trust between Lindsay and our players. She truly embodied the spirit of “Nobody cares how much you know until they know how much you care!” She was able to reach our young men because they felt her care for them.

She was a part of our family and we hated to see her leave. Anyone who spent or gets to spend time with her is better for having that experience. We miss her very much, but sometimes you have to share special people with others! We will always wish her the best in her chosen profession and know that someone is being blessed with her association.

-ACC Golf Coach

Her commitment to our players was evident each and every day. There was nothing 8 to 5 about her job here.
Q

ACC Golf Coach

This is my 26th season as the Head Men’s Golf Coach at an ACC university. In that role I am responsible for not only the athletic success of our student-athletes, but the academic results as well. Our school is a very challenging academic institution and being able to succeed on that side of the equation is critical to their athletic performance. If a player is struggling in the classroom, then they will probably struggle on the golf course.

Consequently, the role of our academic advisor is critical to the success in both areas of our program. The program has enjoyed some incredible results in both areas. There is no question that we have had some unmatched support in our academic area and Lindsay Sundberg is a shining example of that excellence. Our players miss more class than any other Division athletics and face some significant challenges to get it all done in a day.

Lindsay had to manage our entire academic program. This included developing schedules, tutoring, and mentoring young men as they transition from high school to a major academic program. Although most of our players come from very positive home environments, but many of them do not possess the skills and perspective to succeed in the classroom Their focus has primarily been on their sport and the relationship they establish with their academic advisor is critical to their college success and experience. This is where Lindsay was special! Her ability to inspire, mentor, and gain young men’s trust was amazing to witness. During her time here we graduated every player and maintained a Dean’s List Cumulative grade point average.

Her commitment to our players was evident each and every day. There was nothing 8 to 5 about her job here. She made herself available to our players all hours of the day and night. This created a tremendous amount trust between Lindsay and our players. She truly embodied the spirit of “Nobody cares how much you know until they know how much you care!” She was able to reach our young men because they felt her care for them.

She was a part of our family and we hated to see her leave. Anyone who spent or gets to spend time with her is better for having that experience. We miss her very much, but sometimes you have to share special people with others! We will always wish her the best in her chosen profession and know that someone is being blessed with her association.

-ACC Golf Coach

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ACC Golf Coach

This is my 26th season as the Head Men’s Golf Coach at an ACC university.  In that role I am responsible for not only the athletic success of our student-athletes, but the academic results as well.  Our school is a very challenging academic institution and being able to succeed on that side of the equation is critical to their athletic performance.  If a player is struggling in the classroom, then they will probably struggle on the golf course.  

Consequently, the role of our academic advisor is critical to the success in both areas of our program. The program has enjoyed some incredible results in both areas.  There is no question that we have had some unmatched support in our academic area and Lindsay Sundberg is a shining example of that excellence.  Our players miss more class than any other Division athletics and face some significant challenges to get it all done in a day.  

Lindsay had to manage our entire academic program.  This included developing schedules, tutoring, and mentoring young men as they transition from high school to a major academic program. Although most of our players come from very positive home environments, but many of them do not possess the skills and perspective to succeed in the classroom  Their focus has primarily been on their sport and the relationship they establish with their academic advisor is critical to their college success and experience.  This is where Lindsay was special! Her ability to inspire, mentor, and gain young men’s trust was amazing to witness.  During her time here we graduated every player and maintained a Dean’s List Cumulative grade point average.  

Her commitment to our players was evident each and every day.  There was nothing 8 to 5 about her job here.  She made herself available to our players all hours of the day and night.  This created a tremendous amount trust between Lindsay and our players.  She truly embodied the spirit of “Nobody cares how much you know until they know how much you care!” She was able to reach our young men because they felt her care for them.  

She was a part of our family and we hated to see her leave.  Anyone who spent or gets to spend time with her is better for having that experience.  We miss her very much, but sometimes you have to share special people with others! We will always wish her the best in her chosen profession and know that someone is being blessed with her association.

-ACC Golf Coach

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