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ISA Recent Alumni

Andy Barba ’21

Duquesne University

Broden Lien ’21

University of South Dakota

Trey Woodyard ’21

Valparaiso University

Josh Irwin ’21

Youngstown State University

Michael Lucarotti ’21

Youngstown State University 

Mark Rachic ’21

York College

Matt Bengel ’21

Bloomsburg University

Rron Thaci ’21

Rockhurst University

Manny Hill ’21

Notre Dame College

Charles Bediako ’20

University of Alabama

Keon Ambrose ’20

University of Alabama

Brad Colbert ’20

University of Louisville

Cole Earley ’20

Hunter College

Meechie Johnson ’20

Ohio State University

Mike Bekelja ’20

Duquesne University

Jason Zielinski ’20

Washington College

Colby Dillenbeck ’20

Notre Dame College

Darren Fergus ’20

Molloy College

Andrew Wells ’20

Eastern Michigan University

Parker Chatman ’20

Spalding University

Drew Johnson ’20

Iowa Lakes CC

Darian Callaway ’20

St. Mary’s College (MD)

Ben Kelly ’19

University of Rochester

Alex May ’19

Saint Francis College- Brooklyn

Ahad Anjum ’19

Macalester College

Koby Clancy ’19

Dakota College at Bottineau

Luca Robinson ’19

Grove City College

Remy Brewer ’19

Mount St. Mary’s University

Ben Ruemenapp ’19

Gustavus Adolphus College

Brad Colbert

  • High Academic Student
  • Wanted to go to large research institute
  • Be within a 6-hour radius of Cincinnati, OH
  • Attend school in a major city > 250,000 population
  • Study Business Administration

School Choice: University of Louisville

High Academic Student

ISA Attracted high academic schools for Brad

  • Case Western Reserve University, Emory University, Babson College, John Carroll University, Capitol University, Ohio State University, University of Louisville, College of Wooster, Notre Dame College, University of Mount Union, Flagler University
Wanted to go to large research institute
  • Case Western Reserve University, Ohio State University, University of Louisville, Emory University
Be within a 6-hour radius of Cincinnati, OH
  • 8 out of 11 options within 6 hours
Attend school in a major city > 250,000 population
  • 8 out of 11 options fit criteria (Cleveland, OH; Columbus, OH; Boston, MA; Louisville, KY; Atlanta, GA)
Study Business Administration
  • 5 out of 11 options in top 100 Business Programs nationally, highlighted by 4 top-35 programs

Keon Ambrose

  • Wanted to go to school in the United States (From Canada)
  • Find a school with the best Academic support network
  • Warm weather climate
  • Lowest out-of-pocket cost and best value

School Choice: University of Alabama

  • ISA helped Keon raise his ACT score by 19%
Wanted to NCAA Division I school in United States (From Canada)
  • Alabama plays in the SEC Conference of Division I
  • International students from 79 different countries
Find school with best Academic support network

Capstone Center for Student Success on Alabama’s campus:

  • Provides Academic goal setting
  • Assists students to identify academic resources of University
  • Initiates Tutoring
  • Learn strategies for college success
  • Work individually with students
Warm weather climate
  • Humid subtropical climate, average high temperature > 70 degrees F
Lowest out-of-pocket cost and best value
  • Awarded a full-scholarship for athletics

Ben Kelly

  • Good Academic Student
  • Wanted to play College Basketball but  little to no College exposure at small public school district

School Choice: University of Rochester

Shined in the ISA training program and at tournaments

Used ISA coaching staff as reference with many colleges

Gain acceptance to University of Rochester
  • U of R Basketball coaching staff recommended Ben to admissions based on ISA staff

ISA helped Ben gain acceptance to a top tier American research institution through basketball

Mike Bekelja

  • Signed and Committed to a NCAA Division II college after graduating high school in 2019.
  • Division II coach left and new coaching staff let all incoming players out of their scholarships
  • Came to ISA for Post-grad and earned a Division I scholarship to a much higher level at Duquesne

School Choice: Duquesne University