Division I Archive

How This Football Player Turned Passion Into A Career In Sports

Learn how to make a career in sports like this Division I football player did.

Can High School Hockey Players Go Straight to Division I Hockey?

The recruiting process is always confusing, but even more so when many Division I hockey players start in prep school. What gives?

When Does College Volleyball Recruiting Happen?

While football recruiting makes headlines, college volleyball recruiting is starting younger, too. How should you look for the right school?

4 Fundamental Baseball Recruiting Strategies

We highlight the fundamental baseball recruiting strategies recruiting expert Nelson Gord shared in his webinar so you can play in college.

How Soccer National Signing Day Taught This Athlete To Recover From Setbacks

University of Kentucky's Michael Strong describes how soccer National Signing Day helped him get through early setbacks in college soccer.

Not Signing a National Letter of Intent? Here’s How To Prepare for Signing Day

If you're not a star football player, your national letter of intent is out of the media. It shouldn't be. Use #ISignedToday.

What Is It Like Playing DIII Sports? A DIII School President Weighs In

How do you decide what to pursue, chasing NCAA DI roster openings, or playing DIII sports? We found commentary from a surprising source.

25 Days: 25 Tips About Athletic Recruiting

We've created the 25 Days of Recruiting: helpful recruiting advice, every day, for 25 days, all based on legendary holiday movies.

How College Athletes Eat For Free

Since the NCAA changed its rule about incidental meals in April, college student-athletes are able to train better, and harder, because of the new meal options available to them.

The High School Coach’s Role In Setting Student Expectations

Charlie Adams explains how legendary high school football coaches Chris Geesman and Dick Dullaghan set students' expectations.