When our founder, Chris Krause, traveled to the College World Series with his son, he realized a valuable lesson for sports parents.
Adam Nemo, a former college athlete, describes how he got to play Division I baseball at Ohio State University through his dedication.
NCAA recruiting guidelines can be complicated. We've created an easy sheet for you to download and use so you can play in college.
When you want to play college sports, a scholarship search tool can help you narrow down among division, public vs. private, and more.
The NAIA has changed the status of men's and women's lacrosse at its school. Here's how it affects where you can play lacrosse in college.
One of the most frequent questions parents ask scouts at NCSA Athletic Recruiting is: Should my child play multiple sports? Here's our take.
You've graduated from high school, and you're ready to play your sport in college. Now what? Here's how seniors prepare for college in 3 easy tips.
Our founder, Chris Krause, recently answered how college athletic recruiting has changed. Hear the interview, or read a transcript, here.
Summer beach parties are great, but make sure you're not losing sight of your goals. Here's a guide for athletes to stay ahead this summer.
As you go through recruiting, you'll have to decide what is the right school for you. How will you do it? Here's a tip to remember.