Baseball

Recruiting 101 – The Importance of Being Seen

If you are a high school baseball player (or any athlete) who hopes to receive a college athletic scholarship, the most important thing you can do is get your name out there. Playing in front of coaches gives yourself a better shot to put your name in that coach’s head.

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How to Actively Achieve Your Goals

I think it is important for each individual to have a specific set of goals in what they hope to achieve. In order for you to achieve success in your sport, or anything in life, you must know HOW you are going to achieve it. … Read More

Junior College Letter of Intent

January 15th is the first day that athletes in selected sports can sign a Letter of Intent Scholarship Agreement with a junior college.  Those sports are baseball, men’s & women’s golf, ice hockey, softball and men’s & women’s tennis. The … Read More

NCAA Mid-year Transfer Reminders

It is common for athletes to transfer from one school to another in the middle of the academic year.  Here are some general reminders about midyear transfer situations. 1. Baseball players transferring TO an NCAA Division I program at midyear cannot be … Read More

NCAA Athletic Scholarships and Transfer Issues

“You need to transfer if you want to get more playing time.”

That’s the last thing that a college athlete wants to hear from his or her coach. Sometimes transfers are initiated by the athlete, but many times they are initiated by the coach.

Throughout the years, I have encountered many different reasons for athlete transfers including coaches moving to another school, athletes wanting to move closer to home, athletes desire to switch schools, or because their scholarship has been reduced or cancelled.

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Should I stay or should I go?

Congratulations to baseball players across the country who were drafted in the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft. It had to be exciting to see your name next to the name of a major league baseball team. Many of you will … Read More