Sierra Nevada Volleyball Club: College Bound Student-Athlete

Guide for the College Bound Student Athlete
Before clicking onto this link, make sure you've downloaded the latest version of Acrobat Reader. Once on the the NCAA Publications page, look on the left hand side of the screen for a link to the guide. You will then be able to download and view the guidebook.

Produced by the NCAA, this guide provides the college bound student athlete with information on rules and guidelines by the NCAA during the recruiting process. College bound student athletes should use this guide also, to assist them with asking questions during any type of communication with a college coach, whether on a visit (official or unofficial) or emailing or calling.
The most comprehensive website dedicated to women's college volleyball. Within this site, you'll find links to every college or university that participate in world of college volleyball, from D1 to the NAIA level, scores, articles, recruits, verbal commitments, etc. Anything that goes on the the world of college volleyball, this site will have.

University Athlete
Useful sight for recruiting informaation for potential student-athletes. This is the company that supplies college recruiters the information at major junior tournaments during the course of the season. When you see college recruiters with their palms (PDA's) at tournamets, this is the company that supplies them the information. They too, have a wealth of information for marketing yourself to college coaches.

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There is a free portion to this site that will provide information and links to schools with women's volleyball programs.  The pay portion of the site will guide both parents and student-athlete's through the entire recruiting process.

NCAA (National Collegiate Athletics Association)
The official site for the NCAA (Division I, Division II, Division III)

NCAA Eligibility Center (formerly the Clearinghouse)
This website is for use of college bound student athletes that wish to attend an NCAA sponsored school. All athletes prior to attending a college or university must be cleared by the NCAA Eligibility Center in order to participate at any NCAA sanctioned school. This includes both scholarship and walk-on athletes.

NAIA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics)
Link to the NAIA website. The site provides in depth information for all the members of the NAIA.

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Questions for Recruits to Ask When Choosing a School
This file will provide a list of questions every recruit should know about a school before making a verbal commitment or signing a letter of intent.
Handout: Questions for Recruits to Ask College Coaches