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Today Bowling Women's Recruiting

If you play bowling in high school, there's a chance that you probably considered the possibility of playing college bowling. Even if you do not want to play the sport after college, you should at least think about college bowling as an opportunity.

During the recruiting process, you will likely have coaches tell you about the benefits of playing bowling in college. For example, some coaches offer new recruits a college scholarship, which provides a tuition free education for student athletes. In addition, college softball can improve your team building skills. And even if you do not want to go pro, many potential employers tend to favor hiring former student athletes.

During the recruiting process, you will also learn about the different divisions in the NCAA, NAIA, NJCAA and others organizations. Depending on which one you join, there might be a scholarship opportunity.

Today's Bowling Women's Recruiting

Today Bowling Women's Recruiting

If you play bowling in high school, there's a chance that you probably considered the possibility of playing college bowling. Even if you do not want to play the sport after college, you should at least think about college bowling as an opportunity.

During the recruiting process, you will likely have coaches tell you about the benefits of playing bowling in college. For example, some coaches offer new recruits a college scholarship, which provides a tuition free education for student athletes. In addition, college softball can improve your team building skills. And even if you do not want to go pro, many potential employers tend to favor hiring former student athletes.

During the recruiting process, you will also learn about the different divisions in the NCAA, NAIA, NJCAA and others organizations. Depending on which one you join, there might be a scholarship opportunity.

Bowling Women's Recruiting

Bowling Women's Recruiting

Things To Consider

Between NCAA, NAIA, NJCAA and others organizations, bowling student athletes can approach more than 161 Schools. It is imperative for young bowling players to develop a strong work ethic early in their careers. By developing these habits they are not only prepared for bowling for the real world as well.

High School Athletes

For most high school bowling athletes, the senior year is way too late to start the recruiting process. If your goal is to play college bowling, you will need to submit your college applications prior to the start of your junior season. Because of the time-sensitive nature of bowling recruiting, it is important to use the results of your freshman season to generate your target list for scholarship offers, regardless of whether you have College Scouts and Recruiters at your games.

If the student-athlete is competing, the college bowling coach staff is allowed to telephone or send electronic or written correspondence to the student-athlete only if they have consented to the outreach and it takes place during the admissible times. Any other contact outside of written and telephone communication is not permitted during an event in which the student-athlete is a competitor. This rule even applies if the student-athlete is on an official or unofficial visit. In-person contact is prohibited in the football recruiting process during:

Competition or before the contest while at the event site. The moment the student-athlete is officially participating in any activities related to the athletics event through the completion of the competition. This includes team meetings, press conferences, and meals.

The entirety of the athletics event, including competitions that stretch over more than one day. This contact is not allowed until the student-athlete is released from the high school coach or administrator.

Recruiting Calendar

Understanding the NCAA recruiting calendar can help student-athletes and their parents navigate the often complicated process of committing to further their education while playing sports at the collegiate level. Member schools of the NCAA are required to abide by this official calendar, serving as a guide for both the colleges and the student-athletes. There are four defined periods of this process.

During this period, college coaches are permitted to have face-to-face contact with prospective college student-athletes as well as their parents or guardians. College coaches and recruiters may also visit the high school athletes at their school and watch them compete and practice. This is the most active time period of the recruiting process

Division I

November 11-14, 2019 (Monday through Thursday of the initial week for the fall signing of the National Letter of Intent)

Division II

November 11-13, 2019 (during the 48 hours prior to 7 a.m. on the initial date for the signing of the National Letter of Intent)

Like the contact period, coaches may visit high schools and watch the athlete compete and may also write or call the recruit and their parents. However, unlike the contact period, the coach may not have face-to-face interaction with the recruit outside of the college campus.

As the most restrictive period, the dead period prohibits all in-person interaction and only allows written and phone communication.

The restrictions intensify during the quiet period. During this time, coaches are allowed to call or write the recruit but the only in-person interaction must occur on the college campus. Recruiters are not allowed to visit the high school and watch the student-athletes compete

Bowling Women's programs in 164

NCAA DI SCHOOLS
NCAA DII SCHOOLS
NCAA DIII SCHOOLS
NAIA SCHOOLS
NJCAA SCHOOLS