MADLAX Partners with ConnectLAX on Team Recruiting

MADLAX Partners with ConnectLAX on Team Recruiting

MADLAX Partners with ConnectLAX on Team Recruiting
Madlax All-Stars and ConnectLAX have joined forces to provide the 350+ high school players on the Madlax Capital, California and Florida teams access to the incredible recruiting tools of ConnectLAX. Madlax coaches will be able to track the college preferences of every player in real-time, helping them save time and better manage the recruitment of their players.

Matt Marriott, National Program Director for Madlax, says “this partnership is going to be a great benefit to our Madlax All-Stars players. They will have the ability to create the most advanced online profiles in an easy and efficient process. The many features of ConnectLAX’s service will put our players in the best possible position to manage their recruitment and showcase their game online”.

“We are very excited to partner with an elite program like Madlax, the talent of their players is well known and their staff focuses on the recruiting success of every player,” says Gage Mersereau of ConnectLAX. The team-branded and roster-linked mobile recruiting profiles of ConnectLAX put a players’ information at the fingertips of every college coach. Players can also track which coaches are opening their emails and clicking on their profile.

ConnectLAX will also be providing professional filming and video editing services to all Madlax players and non-Madlax teams that compete in Madlax tournaments and events. Madlax has been running the best tournaments in the Mid-Atlantic since 2007, including premier recruiting events like the East Coast Summer Showcase and the East Coast Fall Showcase and Invitational.

ConnectLAX team recruiting maximizes the exposure of every player and helps coaches drive better recruitment results, grow their brand and save time. Visit to learn more about this service and take advantage of 2014 $25 one-time pricing for players.

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