Congratulations to the following 17 athletes, who signed their National Letters of Intent in February: Alexandra Daws-University of Wyoming-Soccer Aeva Graber-Wheaton College-Soccer Laura Kladde-Taylor University-Soccer Caroline Noonan-Princeton University-Soccer Nicole Wright-Wheaton College-Soccer Ben Anderson-Lindenwood University-Football Hunter Carlson-Colorado School of Mines-Football Jackson Eagle Ortiz-CSU-Pueblo-Football Peyton Rose-Colorado School of Mines-Football Preston Rose-Colorado School of Mines-Football Stefphon Sherman-Hastings College-Football […]
Question: Why do you encourage multi-sport participation at your school? Why is it important to the philosophy of your athletic program? Click here to read the full interview.
The college recruiting process is a complicated, time-consuming and sometimes confusing endeavor. The first time you go through the recruiting process is (probably) the only time you will go through the process, so you will have many questions. Everyone’s recruiting journey is different, but most recruits face similar issues and challenges. Here are my top […]
In this webinar, three high school athletic recruiting advisors will provide tips to navigating the athletic recruiting process. These tips will provide an understanding of how each student-athlete can discover and choose an opportunity that best fits their talents, interests, and goals. Watch the Webinar here.
The first early signing period for FBS and FCS programs opens Wednesday. What do you need to know? Here’s an FAQ list: Click here to read the full article.
High school athletes often dream of nabbing a full athletic scholarship to the college of their choice. Unfortunately, hard data highlights that it’s quite difficult for a student athlete to achieve a full athletic scholarship. However, there are alternative scholarships available that can help high school athletes achieve both their athletic and educational goals. Read […]
“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 […]