(W) symposium

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(W) symposium

  1. 1. Suzie Hinman College-Sports-Recruiting.com
  2. 2. Welcome to the Recruiting Process O What is recruiting? O What does this even mean? O What is the basic recruiting timeline? O What resources do I need? O Myths and Realities of College Athletics
  3. 3. Basic Terms Defined Guide to Recruiting Terminology
  4. 4. Prospective Student-Athlete A prospective student-athlete is a student who has started classes for the ninth grade. Student-athletes enrolled in preparatory schools or two-year colleges are also considered prospects.
  5. 5. FINANCIAL BASICS "Focus On Net Price Not Sticker Price - Net Price Calculator, College Cost." Focus On Net Price Not Sticker Price - Net Price Calculator, College Cost. The College Board, 2012. Web. 29 Jan. 2013.
  6. 6. College Tuition Costs
  7. 7. Alphabet Soup O NCAA O NAIA O NJCAA O NCCAA
  8. 8. Recruiting Defined Prospective Student- Athlete College A College B College C College A Prospective Student A Prospective Student B Prospective Student C
  9. 9. College Soccer by the Numbers 2011 Female HS Athletes 3,207,533 2011 Soccer Athletes 371,393 2012 College Soccer Athletes 35,490 Percentage Competing 9.6% 2012 NCAA Freshman Roster Spots 6,568 Average Roster Size 25.3
  10. 10. Programs and Scholarships Associatio n Level # of Programs # of Fulls # of Scholarshi ps NCAA DI 321 14 4500 DII 242 9.9 2,400 DIII 404 0 0 NAIA 198 12 2,400 NJCAA DI 98 18 1,800 DIII 85 0 0 NCCAA 81 Varies Totals 1,493 11,000
  11. 11. Must Have Items O Eligibility Center Registration O NCAA O NAIA O Sports Resume O Athletic, Academic and Personal Information O Relevant Athletic and Academic Background O Personal References
  12. 12. Know the Restrictions
  13. 13. Eligibility Requirements Association Eligibility Requirements NCAA DI Qualifier Meet all standards Non-Qualifier Fail to meet standards (No Scholarship) NCAA DII Qualifier Meet all standards Partial-Qualifier Graduated high school but failed to meet both standards Non-Qualifier Did not graduate high school or graduated and failed to meet standards NCAA DIII No initial eligibility standards NAIA Meet 2 of 3 NAIA Standards NJCAA Graduate from High School
  14. 14. Recruiting Timeline Freshman and Sophomore Junior Senior

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