“Most parents of high school student-athletes want their child to receive that impressive athletic scholarship to continue their sport in college. The recruiting process can be very daunting to the student-athlete in the midst of their practice schedule, ACT/SAT test prep, and keeping up with their classes. It becomes so overwhelming many parents try to […]
The NCAA’s three divisions were created in 1973 to align like-minded campuses in the areas of philosophy, competition and opportunity. Click here to learn more.
Barely 20 years ago, clubs and organizations devoted to a single sport were few. Today, it’s become increasingly rare for an athlete to join a high school team in the most popular sports without having extensive, and often expensive, training from a club program. In many cases, the club season has, for athlete exposure and […]
Youth sports are an estimated $15 billion industry, and the increasing specialization of these budding athletes is irrevocably changing Minnesota’s high school landscape in softball, baseball, soccer, hockey, basketball, volleyball and lacrosse — basically, every team sport except football. The offseason is disappearing, fueled by an explosion of pay-to-play club sports that have scores of […]
USAToday: Over the last several years we’ve interviewed college coaches at every level and from many different sports. Their advice to student-athletes on the recruiting process has been great! We’ve asked them every recruiting question in the books, from how they identify potential athletes, to how social media has changed college recruiting and everything in […]
How you communicate with college coaches can go a long way toward earning a college scholarship. You need to be ready for your conversations and correspondence with every college coach. Read this article from USA Today to learn more.
According to a TD Ameritrade study, nearly two out of 10 families are spending $1,000 per month on elite youth sports. Click here to read the full story.
Click the link below to read the full breakdown of the Class of 2017 college commits by school and sport. Read the full article here.
Click the link below to read the full article by Chris Vannini. Full article available here.