Playing Club Volleyball is no guarantee of college recruitment or scholarships. Listed below are resources and information to guide athlete’s in pursuing a college volleyball scholarship. It is the athlete’s responsibility to promote herself to college coaches.
Important Recruiting Links(Athletes should review each web site)
Colleges that Offer Women’s Volleyball Scholarships
Registering with the NCAA by the beginning of the Junior year

Connecting Volleyball Athlete with College Coaches
Rich Kern Recruiting Registry
Finding College Financial Aid(Supplements to Athletic Scholarships)          
If you plan to play for a D-1 or D-2 school, it is imperative that you register with the NCAA Eligibility Clearinghouse.
Rich Kern College Recruiting Timeline
You should also write yourselves a volleyball resume which should include but not limited to: positions, number, awards, standing reach, approach reach, approach jump, standing jump, club experience, hobbies, other sports, GPA, Academic Awards, Coaches, references, etc.
Make a list of the top 6 top schools that you are qualified for admissions.  Send those coaches a introductory letter, your volleyball resume, and your club or high school playing schedule.
Create a video for a website, a  DVD, or on YouTube showing your performance in practice and games..
Other helpful Links
What’s happening in Youth Volleyball
What Happening in College Volleyball
Southern California Volleyball Association

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