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Track and Field Recruiting Zone

Bolting out of the starting blocks is important, but recruiting is a marathon, not a sprint.

 NCSA knows the step-by-step scholarship process. We help you set your pace.

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Things To Know About Women's Track Recruiting

NCSA can help you learn how the track recruiting process works and can make getting a track scholarship easier.

Steps To Take In The Women's Track Recruiting Proccess

Learn from NCSA exactly how the women's track recruiting process works so that you can separate yourself.

National Collegiate Scouting Association (NCSA) is a leader in providing college track recruiting tips and track scholarship information. Since 2000, our college track recruiting tools have helped track coaches recruit and track and field athletes get recruited.

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National Collegiate Scouting Association® (NCSA) is the nation’s leading collegiate recruiting source for more than 500,000 student-athletes and 42,000 college coaches. By taking advantage of this extensive network, more than 92 percent of NCSA verified athletes play at the college level. The network is available to high school student-athletes around the country through valued relationships with the NFLPA, FBU, NFCA and SPIRE.  Each year, NCSA educates over 4 million athletes and their parents about the recruiting process through resources on its website, presentations of the critically-acclaimed seminar College Recruiting Simplified, and with Athletes Wanted, the book written by NCSA founder Chris Krause.