ncsa athletic recruiting Archive

Bye, Millennials: How To Recruit Generation Z To Your Team

Kids, right? Just when you think you know how to talk to prospective athletes, a new cohort comes along. Here's how to recruit Generation Z.

It’s Time For Women Who Succeed In Sports To Get Recognized.

Employees from NCSA — including our president and COO, Lisa Strasman — at a Women in Sports and Events (WISE) event. As we currently find ourselves heavy into football playoffs and hockey season, it seems like the

Heartbleed’s Effect on NCSA Athletic Recruiting

Last week, a major security flaw known as “Heartbleed” was detected in OpenSSL, the open-source encryption standard used by the majority of websites and services. Heart­bleed affected an estimated 66% of all websites, NCSA has taken the proper steps to eliminate

Ben Favreau Baseball Commit Gives His Recruiting Advice

Advice from a Committed Baseball Student-Athlete to a Top-Level DIII Program We were able to ring our gold bell this week for another committed baseball student-athlete. This time it was for Ben Favreau who committed to Kean

New NCAA Recruiting Rule!!!

Effective January 1st, 2013, men’s basketball players can start taking official visits to Division I programs. This new NCAA recruiting rule means, if you’re a junior not registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center and haven’t been talking

Coach Taylor’s Top 25 Pre-Season Rankings

  Former PAC-10 recruiting coordinator and current NCSA Recruiting Expert Randy Taylor has announced his pre-season top 25 football programs for the 2012 season. Counting down to #1, one team will be announced each day along with