College coaches now have the ability to post events they are hosting to the network to attract athletes to their events.

On the events page, you will be able to search for events and filter to refine your view. You can also post events by selecting the "+Post Event" link at the top right corner of the page.

Fill out your camp information. If your camp will be spanning over the course of a couple of days, use the End Date to mark the additional days.

The event requires a minimum age in order to post, and if you do not have a maximum age for your camp, you can select And Up to have it open to all older athletes.

Choose the type of event you are hosting. Note that at this time, the only event available to host are camps, more options will be available soon.

You can then define the type of camp that best describes what your camp will be doing.

You can then mark where your camp will be held. Use the Location Name to automatically fill out the address based on the existing location address. If the location name does not pull up your address or the address is incorrect, you can fill in the details manually.

Lastly, fill out the details of the event, including price, main contact information, and the best way to contact them. Make sure you put enough relevant details in your description to give athletes and coaches a good understanding of what your Event is about. This can include details such as a schedule breakdown, specific drills or skills that will be worked on during the camp, and any additional specifics attendees will need to know.

Once your post is ready, review it in case you need any changes made. Select the Post button once you are ready to post your event.

You will now be able to see your event in the events tab under "My Events" in the filter section. Here you can Edit, Delete or Share the posting as desired. You will also be able to see what athletes are marking themselves as going.

When you select the going text, you will see a list of all athletes who have marked themselves as Going to your event.

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