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5 Top-Rated DI Track & Field Coaches

By Paramveer Chohan|December 30, 2021

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Recruiting Rules
When Can Coaches “Legally” Talk to Recruits?

By Brayden Koch|December 22, 2021

Winter break just started, and we have 2 uninterrupted weeks to enjoy friends, family, and holiday festivities, ro procrastinate homework, and to finally catch up on everything we let slip...

Division III
4 Reasons Athletes Choose Division III

By Brendan Duffy|December 21, 2021

Getting recruited to a Division III school is different from other divisions in a handful of ways, and athletes may commit to a DIII school for very different reasons. It’s...

Recruiting Dates
Need to Know NLI Signing Dates

By Jaime Evers|November 9, 2021

Tomorrow, November 10th marks our first official NLI signing date! In honor of the occasion, the NCAA posted ALL of their signing dates, by sport, division, and early vs. regular...

Women
Upcoming Must-Watch NCAA Action: Female Fall Sports

By Macy McHale|November 8, 2021

November and December are loaded with Division I college sports, especially women’s sports. Conference tournaments for soccer, field hockey, volleyball, and cross country are taking place throughout the month. The...

NIL $$$
6 Most Interesting NIL Deals

By Noah Fisher|November 3, 2021

Ga’Quincy “Kool-Aid” McKinstry & Kool-Aid – OH YEAH! An NIL deal like this is only written in the stars. Ga’Quincy McKinstry, who goes by “Kool-Aid,” agreed to a sponsorship with...

NCAA
Constitutional Convention Central: What Changes Do Stakeholders Want to See in College Sports?

By Katie Lever, M.A.|October 26, 2021

**Our Constitutional Convention Central Series addresses how the NCAA Constitutional Convention will impact college athletes. The NCAA is in the process of rewriting its constitution, and it’s a tall order....

Trans Athletes
Texas Transgender Bill: What Do You Think?

By Jaime Evers|October 21, 2021

A lot has happened for transgender athletes this week. In a six-day period, a bill passed through the Texas House, Senate, and Governor’s desk which would prevent transgender athletes from...

Constitutional Convention
Constitutional Convention Central: What College Athletes Need to Know

By Katie Lever, M.A.|October 12, 2021

**Our Constitutional Convention Central Series addresses how the NCAA Constitutional Convention will impact college athletes and why. The phrase “constitutional convention” may give off Hamilton vibes, but you don’t need...

diy-before-applying
What Does NIL Mean for International Athletes?

By Brittany Collens|October 11, 2021

Out of roughly 460,000 college athletes, the NCAA onboards 20,000 from all over the world. And while 20,000 may not seem like that much, many of those athletes tend to...

Types of Scholarships
What’s the Difference: Headcount and Equivalency Scholarships

By Keirsten Sires|August 31, 2021

When choosing a college team to commit to, it’s important to understand the difference between equivalency and headcount scholarships, and how this plays into how you will afford college. Equivalency...

division i
New NIL Bill Alert | Examining the Collegiate Athletic Compensation Rights Act

By Katie Lever, M.A.|December 17, 2020

As college athlete name, image, and likeness chatter continues at the close of the year, Mississippi senator Roger Wicker has entered the chat with a new federal NIL bill.  Last...

athletic scholarships
Policy Update on Merit, Needs-Based, and Athletic Scholarships in the NCAA

By Katie Lever, M.A.|July 30, 2020

On July 15th, the NCAA’s Division 1 Council voted to adopt legislation that exempts need-and-merit-based financial aid from counting against athletic scholarship limits for partial-scholarship sports. The rule is set...

Must Know
Three Things Every Recruit Should Know About Athletic Scholarships

By Katie Lever, M.A.|March 16, 2020

The devil is in the details, the old adage goes, and the NCAA is great at creating a detail-laden policy that is complicated, frustrating and nearly impossible to understand. Even...

division i
NCAA Basketball | Pushing Back the 3-Point Line Infographic

By Keirsten Sires|September 23, 2019

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