Athletic AssistanceNCAA CLEARINGHOUSE/ELIGIBILITY CENTER
The NCAA Eligibility Center is the web site you will need to go to and apply for college NCAA eligibility if you wish to participate in Division I or Division II sports.Before you begin make sure to review the Registration Checklist for items you will need in order to complete a full NCAAEligibility registration.
GET RECRUITED BY COLLEGE TEAMS!
Get My Name Out is a website to assist student-athletes with recruiting by providing the means to market themselves. Student-atheletes learn about eligibility, create resumes, highlight films, and more. Students are highly encouraged to begin this process starting in the Freshman year. Most college recruits are targeted within their Sophomore year in high school! Regardless, you can attempt to market yourself to a program and try to make something happen!You can also try Nike's TAKKLE program!The NCSA Athletic Recruiting Site helps atheltes and parents connect with coaches and scouts to understand the process and assist in marketing the student-athlete. Sign up today and get started!BENCH PRESS MAXUse this bench press calculator to see what your maximum bench press would be based on benching any weight up to ten times. For example, if you benched 185 a maximum of 8 times - put in these numbers to calculate what your maximum bench press should be!
PARENTS OF ATHLETES INFORMATION
Take a look at Advice for Parents of Athletes if you are interested in getting some vital information about how to help your child through the athletic recruiting process. You can help - learn how!
RESEARCH COLLEGE SPORTS TEAMS
Go to this web site to look up the history of college NCAA sports. Find out who are the most successful programs are in Division I, Division II and Division III in any sport - men's or women's. Look up records, current news, and more. Be sure to browse and research NCAA History if you would like to see the past National Champions at every level in every sport!
SEARCH DIVISION III ATHLETIC PROGRAMS
At CollegeStudentAthletes.com, you can:
• Search a comprehensive database of D3 schools
- Search by sport, conference, or location.
- Students can save, organize and review their college search results.
• Create a "MatchMe" profile
- Like a resume, students can post their information for college coaches
- Students can send their profiles directly to coaches at D3 schools.
• Browse a library of information,
- including discussions of the true student-athlete,
- the recruiting process,
- admissions and financial aid.
The site also showcases current D3 student-athletes, successful alumni, and their stories.
This website provides great articles to help student athletes understand the recruiting process, how they can prepare, and give several reosurces.
beRecruited.com is the nation's No. 1 online networking destination for high school student-athletes seeking recruitment from college coaches and universities. beRecruited provides a platform for student athletes to connect and interact with college coaches across the nation, giving students the tools to research and build profiles of verified athletic and academic information, as well as providing coaches with a vast, searchable database of potential recruits. To date, beRecruited has more than 200,000 registered student-athletes, 10,000 college coaches and 5,000 high school & club coaches.
Locate sports camps in various sports within your state.
A free tool for students looking to combine athletics with academics at a Division III college.
This is the web site you will need to go to and apply for college eligibility if you wish to participate in Division I or Division II sports. Read up and know your requirements.
Get My Name Out is a website to assist student-athletes with recruiting by providing the means to market themselves. Student-atheletes learn about eligibility, create resumes, highlight films, and more. Students are highly encouraged to begin this process starting in the Freshman year. Most college recruits are targeted within their Sophomore year in high school! Regardless, you can attempt to market yourself to a program and try to make something happen!
Rivals.com provides information about national and state high school sports information. Who are the top recruits? Who are the top 100 teams? What is going on in my state? Find it all at Rivals.com.
This is the website for the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics.
This is the website for the official NCAA organization.
A prospective student-athlete is someone who is looking to participate in intercollegiate athletics at an NCAA Division I or Division II institution in the future. If this is you, start the eligibility process here and find out the criteria needed for approval.
The National Collegiate Scouting Association will show you how they match up coaches and athlete needs. Learn about the scouting process.
The National Junior College Athletic Association promotes and supervises sports and activities for accredited junior colleges and two-year institutions.
The Gatorade Sports Science Institute is dedicated to assisting athletes in optimizing their health and performance through education and research in hydration and nutrition science.
Find out myths and realities about the recruiting process.
Here is some information that is helpful for parents of student athletes
Here you will learn techniques and strategies for maintaining focus, confidence, handling stress, and more.
This website gives you several links to programs and educational research on the effects of steroids abuse, as well as other drug use.
TAKKLE is the social network for high school sports. Join today, and you can post photos and videos, share stats and schedules, and a whole lot more with others throughout the TAKKLE community. TAKKLE is a place where students, athletes, coaches, and fans can share their passion for sports and the recruiting process.
Go to this web site to look up the history of college sports. Find out who are the most successful programs are in Division I, II and III in any sport - men's or women's. Look up records, current news, and more.(table courtesy of Counselor Utopia (http://www.counselorutopia.webs.com/)
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The Carolina Way by Dean Smith
The Champion Within by Lauren Gregg
Championship Team Building by Jeff Jansen & Greg Dale
High Hopes by Gary Barnett & Vahe Gregorian
I Can't Accept Not Trying by Michael Jordan
In Pursuit of Excellence by Terry Orlick
Joe Torre's Ground Rules for Winners by Joe Torre & Harry Dreher
Lead to Succeed by Rick Pitino
Leading with the Heart by Mike Krzyzewski & Donald Phillips
The Mental Athlete by Kay Porter & Dr. Judy Foster
Mental Makings of Champions by Jeff Janssen
Peak Performance Playbook by Jeff Janssen
Reach for the Summit by Pat Summit & Sally Jenkins
The Real Athletes Guide by Marc Isenberg & Rick RhoadsRunning Within by Jerry Lynch & Warren Scott
The Science of SAC (Speed, Agility, Conditioning) by Brent MacFarlane
The Science of Hurdling and Speed by Brent McFarlane
See How She Runs: Marion Jones and the Making of a Champion by Ron Rapoport
Slaying the Dragon by Michael Johnson
Sports Speed by George Dintiman, Bob Ward & Tom Tellez
Sprints & Relays by Jess Jarver
The Student Athlete Survival Guide by Marc Isenberg & Rick Rhoads
Success is a Choice by Rick Pitino
The Team Captain's Leadership Manual by Jeff Janssen
Why We Win by Billy Packer & Roland Lazenby
Wooden by John Wooden & Steve Jamison