For a high school baseball player, the key to getting recruited, like so many other sports, is to be seen. A highlight video can play a huge part in being seen, but for many ball players, showcases can also [Read More]
In May of 2022, the NCAA removed the traditional 25 scholarship per year limit for Football Bowl Subdivision schools. The removal of the cap was driven by the popularity of the one-time transfer rule and the additional year of [Read More]
If you want to play college tennis, you need to get on coaches’ radar as early as possible. Here are some ways to make the process easier.
1. Make a list of schools with tennis programs that interest you as a prospective player. [Read More]
A radio broadcaster once said, “if it doesn’t have a ball, it isn’t a sport.” His co-host quickly responded, “so boxing isn’t a sport?” “Well, except that, I guess.” The co-host quickly added, “Swimming is a sport too.” Right on his [Read More]
College softball is booming in both popularity and participation. However, while more women are playing softball at a high level in high school, the effects of COVID-19 on athletic department budgets means you may not see comparable growth at [Read More]
The competition for an athletic college scholarship can be ferocious.
Many high school athletes want to play sports in college, but each program has only so many precious roster spots available.
As a Division II women’s college volleyball coach, I have spent many [Read More]
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