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Quite simply, College Sports Online, Inc. provides Website development and maintenance services.
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Philosophy
College Sports Online’s philosophy is all schools, conferences, or organizations — regardless of size — should have as much publicity as they can generate.
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College Sports Online has developed a “standard Website” approach that is geared toward more efficient site development and maintenance.
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College Sports Online recognizes today’s budgetary constraints of organizations involved with intercollegiate athletics.
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College Sports Online's president, Rhudy Camper, is an alumnus of Virginia Tech. All viewers of this Website are asked to keep Virginia Tech in their thoughts and prayers.


From the Past: College Sports Online's Camper Gives Website Content Presentation to USCAA National Convention

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The United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) had its annual convention June 5-8, 2005, in Williamsburg, VA, and one of the scheduled speakers was the president of College Sports Online, Inc., Rhudy Camper. The subject of Camper's presentation was keeping Website content interesting.
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College Sports Online clients had great spring sports seasons. A number of clients of College Sports Online had wonderful seasons this past spring. Highlights follow.

The Apprentice School's baseball team captured their first USCAA National Championship. This comes on the heels of the best football season in 20 years, and a third-place finish in the national wrestling championships.

The Seattle Pacific women's track team finished seventh in the NCAA National Championships -- their best showing since 1993. A freshman member of the team was the unanimous pick for the conference female athlete of the year, while a men's basketball player received the same honor on their side.

The Bowie State softball team won their first CIAA championship and advanced to the NCAA regional.

The Western New Mexico tennis teams had their best seasons in some years, dramatically going from losing seasons last year to advancing to the league's championship match on both sides.

Clients
College Sports Online actively seeks clients who are at the NCAA Division II/III, NAIA, and USCAA competitive levels.
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