College Eligibility Requirements

College Eligibility Requirements

Academic eligibility is the most important aspect of the college recruiting process. If you are not eligible to play, athletic recruitment is almost impossible. You should start planning your...

ByMathias Torp | Fri Nov 03 2023
Can Canadians play college sports in America? NCAA Eligibility guide for international athletes

Can Canadians play college sports in America? NCAA Eligibility guide for international athletes

Are you a high school volleyball player dreaming of playing college volleyball in the United States? You're not alone. Many international athletes have successfully gone on to play at the NCAA level,...

ByOVA Team Ontario | Wed Apr 12 2023
College Sports: What To Expect When You Arrive On Campus

College Sports: What To Expect When You Arrive On Campus

College is an exciting transition to go through for any student, athlete or not. And there is no more thrilling time than the first few weeks of your freshmen year. There is even more excitement as...

ByJacob Rimmer | Thu Sep 01 2022
NCAA Eligibility Center: Five Things Every High School Athlete Should Know

NCAA Eligibility Center: Five Things Every High School Athlete Should Know

First things first, here's a couple vocabulary lessons The NCAA Clearinghouse is a not-for-profit corporation that certifies the academic eligibility of student-athletes. The NCAA member schools use...

ByScotty Jenkins | Thu Aug 18 2022
Is It Possible To Play Two Sports In College?

Is It Possible To Play Two Sports In College?

If you are passionate about two sports it can be heart breaking to decide which one to pursue in your collegiate career. The question is: Do you have to choose? Let's talk about how to play two...

ByLily Ford | Wed Jul 20 2022
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Name, Image, & Likeness: NCAA Research Grant Program Recipients Named

Name, Image, & Likeness: NCAA Research Grant Program Recipients Named

The age-old saying “it takes one to know one” can be applied pretty accurately to many aspects of life. Whenever an individual can walk a mile in one’s shoes, they are more apt to understand the...

ByAndrew Pistone | Sun Jan 02 2022
NCAA Announces Division II Implementation Committee

NCAA Announces Division II Implementation Committee

In an effort to become more malleable across all of its bodies, the NCAA has spent considerable effort in the last several months trying to become more nimble in its decision making processes. One of...

ByAndrew Pistone | Thu Dec 30 2021
Can College Athletes Be Considered Employees?

Can College Athletes Be Considered Employees?

There’s been a whirlwind of change surrounding the rights of college athletes that has taken place in 2021. The new name, image and likeness rules allow student-athletes to profit off of their...

ByAndrew Pistone | Mon Nov 29 2021
Checking The Books: How Utah Colleges Are Subsidizing Their Athletic Departments

Checking The Books: How Utah Colleges Are Subsidizing Their Athletic Departments

In September, the Utah office of the State Auditor unveiled its findings related to athletic department revenue subsidization for colleges throughout the state. This type of deep dive investigation...

ByAndrew Pistone | Fri Oct 29 2021
NCAA Attempts To Modernize Division-I Basketball Offseason Rules

NCAA Attempts To Modernize Division-I Basketball Offseason Rules

While the NCAA has been a popular punching bag for many pundits, one of the most consistent criticisms it receives is its lack of ability to adjust. The organization as a whole is viewed as having...

ByAndrew Pistone | Wed Oct 06 2021
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Former Georgetown Tennis Coach Pleads Guilty In Admissions Scandal

Former Georgetown Tennis Coach Pleads Guilty In Admissions Scandal

Gordon Ernst was the head coach of the tennis team at Georgetown. He began his coaching career there in 2006, previously being a coach for the University of Pennsylvania and Northwestern. He was...

ByAlexis Peltzer-Harding | Fri Sep 17 2021
COVID-19's Effects on Fall Sports at the Collegiate Level

COVID-19's Effects on Fall Sports at the Collegiate Level

Since the Pandemic started and many Spring athletes had to miss out on their 2020 season, coaches and athletic staff have been trying to get their players back out there as soon as they can. The...

ByAlexis Peltzer-Harding | Tue Sep 14 2021
Could College Athletes Make Money Before NIL?

Could College Athletes Make Money Before NIL?

As a retired collegiate athlete, making money during school and sport seasons would be absolutely amazing. With such a busy schedule between studying, classes, practices and games there really is no...

ByGrace White | Sat Sep 11 2021
Five Reasons Why Division III Sports Are A Great Option

Five Reasons Why Division III Sports Are A Great Option

For many young athletes who dream about playing college sports, they most likely imagine themselves playing in Division I. This dream may include them representing a university they followed their...

ByCoby Seaver | Sat Aug 21 2021
Kaplan Report Reveals Inequalities in Men’s and Women’s NCAA Basketball Tournaments

Kaplan Report Reveals Inequalities in Men’s and Women’s NCAA Basketball Tournaments

We all saw the videos that went viral from the WNBA bubble last season revealing the mediocre and sometimes worse accommodations the best female athletes were forced to live in. There was also the...

ByAria Modirmassihai | Fri Aug 20 2021
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What effects can drugs and steroids have on young athletes?

What effects can drugs and steroids have on young athletes?

It is super important to understand this topic and to prevent steroid abuse in sports. Steroid use in sports is a concern for coaches, managers, parents, and peers of athletes, as well as the...

ByGrace White | Wed Aug 18 2021
Academic Progress Rate Points System Updated For Division I Transfers

Academic Progress Rate Points System Updated For Division I Transfers

While the athletic performance of Division I athletes is most commonly under the microscope, there’s a system in place to measure how well institutions are developing their players in the classroom...

ByAndrew Pistone | Tue Aug 17 2021
Examining Hartford’s Decision To Leave Division I

Examining Hartford’s Decision To Leave Division I

Even though the University of Hartford announced their decision to leave Division I athletics in favor of Division III in May, their election to remove themselves from big time college athletics is...

ByAndrew Pistone | Sun Aug 15 2021
Pandemic Forces Colleges to Cut More Sports Programs

Pandemic Forces Colleges to Cut More Sports Programs

Covid-19 swept through the entire United States and took many precious things with it. Its most significant toll was in the Hundreds of Thousands of lives it took too soon. Another way it affected...

ByAria Modirmassihai | Fri Aug 13 2021
NCAA Calls for Constitutional Convention to Discuss Potential Overhaul of College Sports.

NCAA Calls for Constitutional Convention to Discuss Potential Overhaul of College Sports.

This past Friday, the NCAA Board of governors announced that they will be holding a Constitutional Convention in November to discuss a massive reform of the way college sports are governed. These...

ByAria Modirmassihai | Thu Aug 12 2021
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Reviewing the Highlights Of The NCAA’s Fall Sports COVID Guidelines

Reviewing the Highlights Of The NCAA’s Fall Sports COVID Guidelines

While it does seem like there are brighter days ahead for collegiate sports and the prospects for improved global health in general, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to be a significant part of how...

ByAndrew Pistone | Wed Aug 11 2021