Recruiting

Welcome to our College Recruitment Resource Page. This page will offer athletes and their families the tools and resources they need to as they navigate the recruitment process.

We will once again be providing HUDL Assist for our Girls 15 and older Open and National teams.

For all recruiting inquiries, please contact us

recruiting overview

We feel EVERY player has the ability to play at the collegiate level. It takes hard work both ON the court and OFF the court. As a Club, we also work hard to provide YOU with extensive information and services to help you find your college home:

Myths

  • Since I play club volleyball, I will automatically be recruited

  • I'm not good enough to play in college

  • The club will handle the whole recruiting process for me

  • I received a piece of mail from a school, this means they are already recruiting me

  • The club I play for and the events we play don't matter in the recruiting process

  • Scholarships are automatically four-year commitments by both parties

FIT
above
all
else

  • What is important to you in a college?

  • Location, location, location - if you were not playing volleyball at this school, would you still attend?

  • What level of commitment and sacrifice is involved at the different levels (D1, D2, D3, NAIA)

  • What feels right to you?

  • How do you fit in with the coaches and current roster?

What colleges
are
looking
for

  • Attitude and character - On AND off the court

  • Needs for certain positions and graduation years

  • Size, vertical, speed, court acumen, experience, heart, talent.

  • Players interest level in their program

Marketing

  • Recruiting is an active process where you must sell yourself as an athlete

  • Initiate contact with schools

  • Reply to ALL requests, keep your options open

  • Attend college camps where there is mutual interest

  • Put together a recruiting profile

    • Measurements​

    • Short highlight video (3-5 mins.)

    • Raw/unedited game film

  • Expect to receive some 'No's', but do not let that discourage you!