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NCAA Requirements for High School Athletes

Do you have any students looking to play sports in college? If yes, here are the requirements: If you want to compete in NCAA sports at a Division I school, you need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center to make sure you stay on track to meet initial-eligibility standards. If you have questions about Read More

Athletic Recruitment 101

Hey Hollywood, how about a new television show called “So You Think You Can Be A Professional Athlete?”  The stats aren’t encouraging. According to  there are a few million high school athletes, more than 460,000 NCAA student-athletes, and fewer than two percent of them will go pro in their sports. The probability of competing Read More

5 Hard Truths About Athletic Recruiting

Sports recruiting for potential college athletes is fraught with anxiety and mystery. Why do some kids get noticed and others don’t? Where is the best scholarship money? Why aren’t coaches calling your student athlete? Adding sports to the college admission process makes things MUCH more confusing and emotional. It is a very time consuming process, Read More

Are you up to speed on the academic requirements students need to qualify to play sports in college.? This conference may be for you

LEARN THE GAME Conference “Preparing High School Athletes for Collegiate Sports” Conference Overview LEARN THE GAME is a professional development conference for high school counselors and anyone who is academically responsible for helping high school student athletes. The conference goal is to educate counselors on the academic requirements students need to qualify to play sports Read More

Athletes need champions to help them find the right college

There is still so much misinformation out there I feel compelled to address the issue of athletic recruiting once again. As a parent of a college athlete and a college counselor I have experienced different roles in this process. I want to impress upon student athletes the need to be their own advocates and to Read More

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