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NCAA/RECRUITING INFORMATION SESSION Presented by Sue Murphy. ACADEMICS DI – 16 Core Courses DII – 14 Core Courses NCAA Clearinghouse - www.ncaaclearinghouse.net SATs – take as soon as you can so you can re-take if needed ACTs – some require/alternative to SATs

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ACADEMICS

DI – 16 Core Courses

DII – 14 Core Courses

NCAA Clearinghouse - www.ncaaclearinghouse.net

SATs – take as soon as you can

so you can re-take if needed

ACTs – some require/alternative to SATs

Official Transcript on HS Letterhead

market yourself
MARKET YOURSELF

Create an athletic resume to include:

  • Head shot or action shot
  • Address, Email, Phone #s, Parents Names
  • Academic Profile – academic track/honors/IB/awards, potential interest
  • Sport Profile: Timed Mile, 40 Yard, 300 yard Shuttle, Dominant Hand, Height/Weight, Stats, Position(s), Athletic Awards
  • Camps, Clinics and Tournaments Attended – post awards
  • Athletic References: HS Coach, Club Coach with email and phone #s

Update * Brag * Sell Yourself

contact coaches
CONTACT COACHES

BY EMAIL

BY MAIL

  • Introduction
  • Attach updated transcript and/or SATs (official letterhead)
  • Attach Athletic Resume
  • Your Schedule for HS, Summer/Fall Tournaments & Camps
  • Update as you receive awards & add tournaments/camps
  • Send Athletic Resume
  • Post 10th grade Spring – send updated transcript and continue to send updates
  • DVD/utube of highlights of your play
visits to colleges universities
VISITS TO COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES

UNOFFICIAL VISITS (at your expense)

Use school holidays, summer and/or allowable excused absences to plan college visits

Contact college coach by email/phone to schedule an unofficial visit to meet with staff, watch a practice, observe team lift and perhaps get a facility tour with staff

Contact Admissions to schedule a campus tour and information session. Collect academic material

Do your research prior to trip – get on line and KNOW the team’s record, Championships/history, how many graduating your incoming frosh year, camp dates

Go into meeting with 2-3 good questions that SHOW YOUR INTEREST (not your parents) in that particular college – first impressions mean a lot

Write down all the pros and cons on your departure

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VISITS TO COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES

OFFICIAL VISITS (college pays for…not till 1st day of class of your senior year):

You are allowed 5 visits that are ‘paid for’ meaning the college will pay for your flight or reimburse miles and provide lodging for prospect with meals and a limited amount of entertainment

Families traveling with prospect – this varies based on budgets but a separate itinerary will usually be provided for parent/guardian

DI has sped up so much with recruiting that most will not have 5 official visits anymore…so the unofficial visits/junior days and SUMMER CAMP act almost like the official visit but 1-2 years early

If you have questions about official visits see www.ncaa.org

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Evaluation periods, Dead periods and Quiet periods - www.ncaa.org

  • Phone Calls – 1 in 7 days starting July 1st following your Junior Year
  • Text Messages - NONE
  • Instant Messages – NONE

USE THIS GIFT OF SPORT TO…

#1 Help you with ADMISSION to school of your choice

#2 Know it will be a 4 year commitment of highs & lows…but it will be the best 4 years of your life!

#3 Finally figure how this investment of education & sport will be paid for

DI

12 maximum scholarships

Financial Aid calculator

DII

Partials to none

Financial Aid calculator

DIII

Financial Aid calculator

EQUIVALENCY vs. HEAD COUNT

NCAA * NCAA * NCAA * NCAA * NCAA * NCAA
di dii diii di dii diii di dii diii
DI

Off season

In season

Summer

DII

same as DI

DIII

2 sport athletes

Off season

DI * DII * DIII DI * DII * DIII DI * DII * DIII
what a college coach is looking for
3 Types of Prospects…

Recruited Scholarship Player

Recruited Walk-on Player

Try-out

ALL 3 TYPES ARE KEY TO THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM!!

What a college coach is looking for…

Academics Athleticism

Attitude Leadership

Team Player Passion

Honesty Fight

COACHABILITY Persistent

Work Ethic Commitment

Foot Work Integrity

Strength POSITIVE

Skill Speed

do s and don ts
Do’s and DON’Ts
  • Your homework with research – visit guidance, get on line, visit colleges
  • Have your own voice
  • Keep a Pros/Cons list – start a file on each college you visit
  • Consider CAMPS for top 1-3 colleges IF YOU ARE ON RADAR!
  • Take anything personally – coaches are busy…be persistent and ASK
  • You are in the drivers seat – take control and KEEP control
  • Don’t forget this is YOUR SEARCH, not your parent’s search!
  • Don’t forget to have fun
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Lacrossehttp://www.wlaxrecruiting.com/http://www.iwlca.org/information/2011_-_2012_Coaches_Directoryhttp://www.laxpower.com/http://www.uslacrosse.org/TopNav2Left/Players/College.aspxField hockey http://www.eteamz.com/NFHCA/

CLUB COACHES…Ask them:

Am I DI, DII or DIII talent BUT if you REALLY want more – then GO FOR IT!!!

Ask your HS coach to help and keep a POSITIVE relationship WITH ALL!!!

consider this
CONSIDER THIS…
  • Campus – location, size, facility, dorms
  • Academics – grad rates, support & tutorial
  • Athletics – history of program, post season opp, team chemistry, opportunity to play, support, style of coaching, how subs respond, philosophy of play
  • Social – cultural, time for outside interests

TEAM TRAVEL * ACADEMIC SUPPORT * BALANCE OF SPORTS & SCHOOL

COMMITMENT OF COACH AND ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT * INJURY

SUMMER SCHOOL * COACH STYLE * CLASS SIZE

CAN I SEE MYSELF AT THIS COLLEGE WITHOUT PLAYING MY SPORT?

sue murphy sue@newworldsports biz 804 396 4697 http newworldsports biz
Sue MurphySUE@NEWWORLDSPORTS.BIZ804-396-4697http://newworldsports.biz/

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