Division I Archive

This Study Proves Just How Much Time College Athletes Spend On Their Sport

New study reveals that the time demands of Division I student-athletes are too focused on athletic activities.

Do Division I Athletes Get the Academics They Deserve?

Division I college sports allow student-athletes to fall behind academically despite claims to the contrary.

This Is Exactly What a College Coach Is Thinking About Recruiting

Want to know what college coaches think about recruiting? This DI coach reveals it all in an open letter.

How To Prepare for The 2016 Regular Signing Period

During the regular signing period for college scholarships, here's how you can prepare -- as a senior, or an underclassman.

How to Handle Division I Baseball Camp Invitations

Learn about Division I baseball camp invitations with baseball recruiting expert Jason Smith. Baseball camps can help in recruiting.

How To Prepare for the New SAT

Here's how to prepare for the new SAT that comes in March. Student-athletes prepare for the SAT to play their sport in college.

Why Signing Day Is Important For Student-Athletes

You might wonder why Signing Day should matter to you. Here's why verbal commitments and written commitments are so tricky.

Understanding DI Baseball Walk-On Tryouts

If you want to play baseball at the Division I level, participating in DI baseball walk-on tryouts could be your ticket onto the team.

Trying to Decide Whether to Decommit? You Should Know When It’s Allowed

Deciding whether to decommit from a college is a serious matter. You need to know how to decommit before you sign a letter of commitment.

How This College Tennis Recruiting Expert Played DI Tennis

Brandon Videtich, a college tennis recruiting expert at NCSA Athletic Recruiting, describes his college tennis recruiting process.