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Erik N. Dougherty

Recruiting Director
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

As a college recruiter, I can leverage my vast experience as a successful Athlete, Coach, and Business Owner. My community connections and associations along with The Woods Recruiting pipeline will be a valuable asset in helping my student athletes. I am known for outstanding service, providing responsive and personal communications. I work with my athletes with their family’s interests at heart.

I strongly believe it is not only my duty to represent my athletes to the best of my ability, but also educate them through every step of the recruiting process armed with top notch information. This will ensure that my athletes will have all the pertinent information to make their best decisions possible for themselves, their family, and most of all, their future.

Everyone calls me “Doc”. I am a man with a strong presence and good reputation in the local community. I started a basketball coaching career aiding in the startup and building of the Perkiomen Valley Biddy Basketball League for five years. I then accepted an offered position, where I spent 10 years at my alma mater Perkiomen Valley High School coaching the boys’ basketball program.

I am devoted to teaching and developing students in several local basketball organizations. I get a great deal of satisfaction from being entrusted by parents to work with and guide their children on and off the basketball court.
Over the years, I have been a very active participant in many local organizations, such as local chambers, youth athletics, AAU basketball programs, Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (officiating, coaching), fire companies, chef associations and school districts. I enjoy helping others and dedicating my time to contribute to the local community.

I enjoy attending all high school sporting events and look forward to seeing many of you on the courts or the fields in the future.

Looking forward to helping my students athletes and families achieve their goals.

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