Vote for Athlete of the Month!

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Vote for the NCSA Student-Athlete of the Month!

NCSA’s recruiting experts have selected some of their top recruits in different sports and we need your help to vote for the best Student-Athlete of the Month for March.

It’s Easy to Vote:

1. Read through a quick description of the student-athlete

2. Click on the link below the description to view more information

3. Click the “Like” button featured at the bottom of their Recruiting Profile if you feel like they are the best candidate for NCSA Student-Athlete of the Month

Here are the three candidates for NCSA Student-Athlete of the Month for March:

Courtney Mirabella: 2013 Graduate, Softball Student-Athlete from Florida

Click Here to Vote for Courtney!

Kelsey Clayman: 2012 Graduate, Women’s Soccer Student-Athlete from Missouri

Click Here to Vote for Kelsey!

Patrick DeStefano: 2012 Graduate, Football Student-Athlete from South Carolina

Click Here to Vote for Patrick!

Feel free to send this to as many people as possible to make sure your favorite wins this month!

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Comments
  1. Jwellhoefer

    Courtney Mirabella set her HS record with 17 k’s in a game. She has numerous awards for softball while maintaining high academics in the classroom. She plays summer ball competitively with the Sarasota Quicksilver travel team. She has high aspirations and is driven to reach her goals.

  2. Akabat

    Kelsey Clayman excels in both the classroom and on the soccer field. She maintains I high GPA, has superior test scores as a junior, while competing on a high level club team and high school team. She’s a great all-around student-athlete.

  3. Salexander

    Patrick DeStefano is one of the top 2012 football recruits in the country, currently holding over twenty 1-A offers, including Clemson, Florida State, and Notre Dame. Off of the field, Patrick carries above a 4.0 GPA and is one of the most humble athletes in the country. He strives to learn as much as he can about the process and is looking for a school that will be the best fit for him on and off the field.

  4. Bd

    “First and foremost , it is a wonderful time and a blessing to walk through the recruiting experience with your son or daughter. Be there is the best advice I can give. This is a business- sports. Our son is a recruited football player. We have met wonderful coaches, good people from all over the country. But… they are in the business of football. Be there with your children, so when the hard sell comes , you can help them take a step back , take a breath and look at all of your options. My son if fortunate enough to have Div 1 offers. He has worked hard, but honestly 5 offers came in one night, coincidentally the same day NCSA sent out a distribution list to Coaches. Coincident- absolutely not. I tell families that cannot afford the NCSA service to go on the NCSA website and do your research, all the info is free for the taking. Learn about registering for Clearinghouse, Core scores and how important academics truly are . NCSA can teach you this. Learn how to make packets to send to Coaches yourself, NCSA can teach you this.
    Also D-1 is not the only division in athletics. Excellent schools are in the Div 1 –AA, So-Con …. Do your research, get packets with film in the hands of Coaches. ”