If you are a senior, chances are you've either committed to a college, applied to schools and are waiting on your acceptance notices and financial aid, or perhaps you've even decided not to play softball after high school. The senior year is the time when reality "gets real."  If you're still looking for a college to recruit you, it's not an impossible goal.  But it won't be easy.  If you'd like some suggestions on how to go about finding coaches who might still be interested in a player like you, send me an email. I may be able to help.

If you're an uncommitted junior, this spring is a very critical time in your college search.  There's a lot you need to be doing (if you haven't done it already), and you'll want to go into the summer travel season ready for active recruiting to begin.  If you are uncertain about your next steps, consult my book,
Preparing to Play Softball at the Collegiate Level, or send me an email. I'll be happy to point you in the right direction!

If you're a sophomore or freshman, your primary goal should be to make sure you're taking the required NCAA core courses and getting the best grades you can. If you're interested in getting your college search going, consult my book or my website for various things younger players can be doing to put themselves on coaches' radar.  Do be aware, however, that pending NCAA Div. I recruiting changes may affect how you go about your college search.  If passed this spring, these new guidelines will definitely change the way recruiting happens at the Div. I level.  For more information, please watch my website or email me!

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