Athletic Scholarship Info Night. Welcome Parents and Athletes. Supplements. Power point Presentation to take notes on. For a Free copy of the NCAA Guide to the College Bound Student Athlete. Summary of the Recruiting Rules for Div I, II,III Guided Tour of Career Cruising
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Welcome Parents and Athletes
• 326 active Division I members;
• 281 active Division II members; and
• 421 active Division III members.
One of the differences among the three divisions is that colleges
and universities in Divisions I and II may offer athletics scholarships,
while Division III colleges and universities may not.
As a non-qualifier, you:
(to earn a fourth season you must complete at least 80 percent of your degree before beginning your fifth year of college).
Prepare for Phone Contacts from University Coaches. (This is like a sales pitch, remember this).
Prepare for possible Home visit and Scholarship offers.
Prepare for Campus visit (Paid visit or Not) and Scholarship offers.
Prepare to Negotiate, be positive, & compare offers against each other.Jack Renkens, A Great Resource!
National, Regional, State or Division playoffs, Travel Team, Premier Club Experience.
Preferred Grades 3.0 GPA
Preferred ACT score of 24.
If the coach asks for a tape:
Game footage should be 15 min of unedited play with view of entire field so coach can see plays develop.
Goalkeepers athletic ability: shot handling, footwork and mobility, diving ability, ability to stop an array of shots.
Game footage: quickness, agility, jumping ability, timing and quickness off line, shot stopping, crosses from end line.
Field Players: Speed, Quickness, dribbling, passing receiving, heading, shooting, work ethic, decision making.