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NCAA Eligibility For College Bound Athletes

NCAA hosts a great website for academically preparing players for what is required to play college athletics.  Please review the following website for a concise, clear understanding of the basic requirements to play collegiate sports.

http://www.2point3.org

NCAA Division I and Division II Initial Eligibility Quick Reference Sheet
Players that wish to participate in collegiate athletics must satisfy a few basic requirements.  Those requirements include a specific "core course" minimum GPA as well as minimum SAT/ACT scores.  There is an easy outline that specifies which GPA and ACT/SAT requirement are necessary to participate in Division I or Division II NCAA athletics.  This would be a great start for those players interested in playing college soccer.  Use the quick reference sheet below and core course GPA worksheet below to see which Division you are most likely to be academically eligible to play.

http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/eligibility_center/Quick_Reference_Sheet.pdf

http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/eligibility_center/DI_and_DII_Worksheet.pdf

NCAA Clearninghouse Registration

Players interested in participating in collegiate athletics by their beginning of their Junior year in high school need to have registered with the NCAA Clearinghouse.  Please use this site as a valuable resource when looking for information regarding playing college sports.  Get registered as soon as possible and make sure you have all ACT and SAT scores sent/reported to this site using code "9999" when taking.

http://www.ncaaclearinghouse.com

NCAA Division I and II Recruiting Calendar/Recruiting Guide

Players are eligible to begin contacts and evaluations with their respective schools beginning September 1st of their Junior Year.  This contact (or evaluations) includes all electronic correspondence, Telephone Calls, Off Campus visits, and Official Visits.  For a complete understanding of the recruiting calendar, see this handy guide that helps students and parents understand how and when the college recruiting process works.

http://www.ncaa.org/sites/default/files/Other%20Sports%20Recruiting%20Guide.pdf


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