Athletic Information

Athletic Aid
The goal of this site is to help high school athletes find information and advice that can guide them through the college sports recruiting process.
Athletic Scholarships
The site contains information and resources for high school athletes who want to apply for college athletic scholarships. A resource for athletes who are not in the top 5% or the blue chip category and is a “do it yourself” alternative to expensive recruiting services.
Be Recruited
Online network connecting high school athletes and college coaches. Register for free to create a profile to market your ability to college coatches, research athletic scholarships and college academic standards, and find the college program that is right for you.
Bowling Scholarships
List of colleges that offer bowling scholarships as well as contact information for coaches.
College Athletic Scholarships
Free college recruiting guide with links to colleges offering specific sports.
College Athletic Scholarships
This site will help you find and contact those coaches…coaches who can offer you an athletic scholarship and/or an opportunity to compete in college athletics.
*College Coaches Online
Database of 25,000 current head coaches at NCAA (Divisions I, II and III), NAIA schools and Junior Colleges. Find coaches names, addresses, emails and phone numbers in seconds. Search for colleges by individual categories: location, size, tuition costs, sport, division and academics (grades, class rank, SAT/ACT.
College Competition
United States Ski and Snowboard Association website has links to schools that field competitive teams in this low incidence sport.
Eligibility Center
Site maintained by the NCAA helps students preparing for athletic scholarships in college.
 
*Go Big Recruiting
Submit your game films online and choose the schools and coaches that will be able to view them. Fee varies depending on how many school you submit to.
Link Athletic
Link to over 18,500 web sites for men's and women's athletics programs at universities. Organized by sport/gender/state.
*National Collegiate Scouting Association
Recruitment database allows students and coaches to enter factors they are looking for as the students look for colleges and the coaches build their teams. The site also encourages the upload of game films and works to ensure that students are only approached by colleges where they can suceed as students and athletes.
NCAA
This site contains much valuable information for the potential college athlete including eligibility requirements for Division 1, 2, & 3 schools.
NCJAA
The National Junior College Athletic Association provides opportunities for student-athletes to continue their athletic careers. The NJCAA is divided into three divisions just like the NCAA. The schools who are members of this organization are two-year community and junior colleges. After completing their eligibility, a student-athlete may choose to continue their academic and athletic career at a NCAA or NAIA school.
National Christian College Athletic Association
Find Division 1 and 2 Christian colleges for various men's and women's sports.
*National Recruiting Network
This for fee site allows you to put information about your athletic and academic accomplishments on the web and be recruited by college coaches that are attracted to your statistics and resume.
* National Scouting Report
The services provided by the National Scouting Report, a for fee site, to each high school student-athlete enrolled are thorough and extensive. Each applicant is evaluated by talent, academics, character, desire and potential before he or she is accepted. Student-athletes who do qualify and become a part of the program enjoy a very high rate of success. Recruiting has become more competitive and high-tech in the last couple of years. Prospect videos, up-to-date scouting reports, academic records, evaluations, locating prospects meeting specific criteria are provided for free to coaches. Any prospect recommended by a high school coach will be listed here along with his/her personal profile - free of charge.
*Prep Star
Since 1982, Collegiate Sports of America has helped thousands of qualified and deserving student-athletes in all sports obtain athletic scholarships and financial aid for college. The CSA Online Recruiting Center is used by college coaches nationwide as a tool for their recruiting efforts. PrepStar's DataNet service is a searchable database that let's you create or find the data you are looking for. This database contains information on over 3,000 of the nation's top prospects every year.
*Recruit Zone
Offers a variety of for fee resources and personalized recruiting services for student/athletes. Standard pofile $100
Skill Show
Company helps students and parents prepare a quality submission. They know the type of video and information students should report to coaches. Coaches search the site to recruit athlets giving students a chance to get recruited by schools they may not have originally contacted.
*University Sports
USP specializes in helping top student-athletes make contact with college coaches who are searching for top prospects for their athletic programs alll over the world. For fee.
 
*Consumers need to investigate for fee sites thoroughly to insure that they provide services commensurate with their cost. These sites are listed solely for informational purposes. Inclusion does not imply endorsement.
 
 
Be wary of organizations that will promise to find a student a sports scholarship. The only athletic divisions that give scholarships have very clear academic ACT/SAT guidelines. Work with your counselor to determine your eligibility and the process for registering with the NCAA. You will first register for the NCAA Clearinghouse after your junior year final grades are recorded.