NCSA Women's Basketball Reviews

What Women's Basketball Families Have to Say About NCSA

Plenty of student-athletes have found success in basketball at the college level thanks to some guidance from NCSA. But don’t just take our word for it. Read what these basketball success stories have to say about working with the recruiting experts at NCSA. The recruiting process is difficult but we’re here to make it a little bit easier.

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Parent of 2012 Washington Commit to Emory & Henry College

"Just a big thanks to all for assisting [our daughter] with her college decision. A quick re-cap will illuminate what a great job you all have done. We signed with NCSA recruiting last July and E and H was the third school to reach out to her. I happened to be working in DC in August and brought [our daughter] along to visit E and H, where she met R-Katz and toured the school. Rose made her feel welcome and I loved the school but it was too far away. We embarked on an eight month sojourn to find the right school. [Our daughter] was contacted by no less than 100 schools thanks to NCSA. With all those visits and all the scholarships she was offered, Athletic and Academic she found herself comparing every school to E and H. When she visited again in March while school was in session, she said she couldn’t see herself anywhere else. All said….I believe she is getting exactly what she was looking for….a great education and a chance to compete."

 

Parent of Lexi McKay, 2013 Basketball Player From Tennessee

"My daughter received her first athletic scholarship offer from a school that we had never heard of and only met and got to know about through NCSA. Also we have learned a great deal about the recruiting process through the Education webinars, and NCSA has made what could be a stressful process a great deal of fun!!!"

 

2013 Texas Commit to Providence College

"This whole recruiting process has been a very tiring and hard journey, but it has been worth it. I am so excited about going to Providence College it makes me so happy that all the work I put in is actually paying off. The hardest obstacle I had to overcome was with my AAU team. I had been playing with one team from my 8th grade year to my 10th grade year and I had already gotten used to the coaching staff, the plays, and of course the players. The summer of my junior year which is probably the biggest year in recruiting, my team had combined with another team and I had been moved to the new top team. I had new coaches, new plays, and new players. Everything I once had was gone. The thing I had to overcome was the change and it didn’t take me long, but it was very hard and tedious. I needed to put more work in to compete with the other girls. NCSA definitely helped get my videos and stats to coaches that were interested. They were very helpful with the information they provided about colleges and answered all my questions when I had one. The best advice I can give out to any athlete trying to go to college for a sport is to put in work, extra work and then after that put more in. Also don’t ever give up on your dreams, even when everything in your life is collapsing. “All right Mister, let me tell you what winning means… you’re willing to go longer, work harder, give more than anyone else.” - Vincent Lombardi"

 

2012 Iowa Commit to Hamilton College

"My experience with NCSA was great! At first I didn't think that it would be an easy process, but after getting my highlight tape up I got flooded with emails. One thing that I really enjoyed about NCSA was being able to listen to a webinar. I learned a lot about how to talk to coaches and what an introductory email should include. With these new skills I learned from various webinars, I was able to talk on the phone with a couple different coaches and have an outline of what to ask/say. Since the beginning stages on my profile on NCSA I had been talking to the new coach at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York. We got to know each other and eventually my Dad and I made a visit to the school. I wouldn't have found Hamilton without NCSA, and it is a perfect match for me! There was always someone available via phone call or email. I never felt like I was in the process alone. Thanks for all of the help. :) "

 

Marissa Manzanares, 2014 Basketball Player From Colorado

"NCSA is doing a fantastic job. They have opened my eyes to the recruiting process. I have enjoyed the time NCSA has spent with me, and I know that with this program my future in college is going to be incredible!"

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