Ellen Brown, head women's soccer recruiting coach at NCSA, talks about college women's soccer and her career in sports .
We tell athletes all the time: You're not in it alone. But parents aren't in it alone, either. Here's top advice from parents in recruiting.
Guidelines for how college coaches contact prospective recruits can be confusing. We've broken it down for July so you don't have to.
Getting the opportunity to play your sport in college doesn't come without its risks. Here's how insurance works for athletes in the NCAA.
Head Baseball Recruiting Coach Ray Napientek describes why he chose to play Division III baseball over Division I football in college.
National recruiting expert and former coach Bob Chmiel answers the top football recruiting questions he often hears from families.
NCAA recruiting guidelines can be complicated. We've created an easy sheet for you to download and use so you can play in college.
The Road to Omaha is long.Here, head recruiting coach Jason Smith describes how to succeed at the NCAA College World Series.
There's a lot of pressure on athletes to succeed at their sport. But there are also programs to help them meet academic requirements.
Aaron Rodgers's perseverance is a lesson to athletes, whether you're working toward NCAA Eligibility Center requirements or on the field.