Finding your dream university to play college sports depends on a lot of different factors: 6 factors, which all have to do with your level, your budget and most importantly: your goals in life. Get as close as possible to 100% in each of these 6 dimensions and you nailed it.
Almost all athletes run into some sort of issues during their recruiting process. With the right level of support, you are usually able to deal with it just fine. This Friday Scholarship Guide is about why you should get support early on.
5 years - 100 blog articles. College sports. The recruiting process. Scholarships. Find out which articles have engaged our readership the most. Find out what the next 100 articles will be about.
Do you need some more convincing that women's college soccer is the perfect environment for young athletes dreaming of going pro? Let's look at the rosters of the countries, which participated in the FIFA 2019 Women's World Cup.
About to get recruited by a NCAA, NAIA or NJCAA school? What's the difference in terms of available scholarship money? Not every team has the same amount of scholarship budget available - let's have a look at why that's the case!
Many people think coaches always have the maximum number of scholarships available - or that coaches have the same amount of money available, which makes for a level playing field. But did you know that's not the reality and not all college sports programs dispose of the maximum budget? Some coaches work with the limitation of being partially funded and other coaches with no available athletic scholarship budget at all.
The moment when somebody commits to an athletic program at college can vary widely. But there is a massive upside of getting things done rather earlier than later.
All the talk about full-ride scholarships, partial scholarship or walk-ons. How does all of this actually work? How much scholarship money does a coach have to give to players? What does a scholarship cover and how are the various divisions different from each other?