Get Recruited to Play College Softball
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If your dream is to play college softball, you’ve taken a great first step. Getting recruited to play college softball is not easy, however, it is certainly achievable if you know how to navigate the college recruiting process. We teach you how to successfully do just that and realize your dream of playing collegiate softball. Travel tournaments are a big part of college recruiting, among many other important pieces, and we teach you to maximize each of these facets.
Softball is an equivalency sport for NCAA scholarship purposes which means partial scholarships can be awarded to meet the NCAA limit per school. For example, a NCAA Division I school can award 24 players each a 1/2 equivalent scholarship and still meet the limit of 12.
Academics are Critical
As you can see, there are more players on every roster than the total number of scholarships available which means not everyone on the roster is receiving a full softball scholarship. In fact, very few, if any, receive a full softball scholarship so there will be left over money for the family to cover for college. Academics can be a big factor here. The higher your GPA and SAT and/or ACT, the more “academic” money you can receive from each college which decreases the amount you will owe out of pocket.
College Softball by the Numbers
- NCAA Division I - 296 Teams - 12 Scholarships - 21 Average Roster Size
- NCAA Division II - 291 Teams - 7.2 Scholarships - 20 Average Roster Size
- NCAA Division III - 415 Teams - 0 Scholarships - 18 Average Roster Size
- NAIA - 194 Teams - 10 Scholarships - 21 Average Roster Size
- NJCAA - 354 Teams - 24 Scholarships - 17 Average Roster Size
Total College Softball Programs ~ 1678
Total College Softball Players ~ 32,000
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“My daughter played basketball at App State. The reason she played there was because of what we learned from CollegePrep…after tearing her ACL late in her junior year, she fell off the recruiting map…essentially the entire recruiting process was fast forwarded and made sense to our family...”
- Thomas T, Father of a female D1 Basketball Player
“…We weren’t sure how important getting his name out there to colleges would be but we quickly found out how invaluable the recruiting resume is…the communication from colleges started pouring in immediately. The only thing we ended up having to do was decide on which school was best suited for Austin…”
- Debbie R, Mother of a male D2 Football Player
“Our experience was A+++...have one regret. I wish we signed up earlier!! In fact, my younger daughter is a rower and is entering her freshman year…I will be signing her up in the Fall. We committed on Easter Sunday of her junior year, which is pretty early. My best endorsement is I am using them again.”
- Jim M, Father of a female D1 Golfer and D1 Rower
“…When we look back, if it wasn’t for you teaching us, Tulane wouldn’t have ever heard of Grant. Although Grant was offered 3 other full scholarships, Tulane was the best school. You taught us how to do everything and made it really easy for us….”
- Debbie F, Mother of a male D1 Basketball Player
“Jess verbally committed to NYACK today – she got a full offer and loved everything about the school – the area – the girls – so she got her wish and got to commit early and will sign in the early Spring...scholarship is worth about $34k/year…”
- Steve L, Father of a female D2 Basketball Player
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- Shannon K, Mother of a male NAIA Golfer