Jul 312012
 

As mentioned in the previous article in this series on athletic recruiting for non-US residents, an already complex process becomes even more challenging when you live in another country, since coaches don’t have easy access to the types of situations where they see many U.S. high school players. And to be recruited to play your sport at the collegiate level in the United States, you first have to be noticed by coaches. Then the coaches

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May 142012
 

[Note on terminology: In the U.S., the words college and university are frequently used interchangeably when discussing subjects relating to bachelor degree programs.  Colleges and universities may also be referred to as schools.] After reading Getting Paid to Play: Athletic Recruiting in the U.S. (Part I), you realize that recruiting rules are somewhat different in each of the three NCAA divisions. Time spent up front understanding how the recruiting game is played is time well

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May 032012
 

Want to keep playing your sport while you study for your bachelor’s degree? This possibility attracts student athletes to study in the United States when they might otherwise stay in Switzerland or Europe for university. Whether or not you are dreaming of a professional athletic career, being a recruited student athletic could earn you a sports scholarship or help get you admitted to a college or university that is very difficult to get into.

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