Last Updated: October 6, 2017

Wellspan Sports Medicine

 

Want to Play College Sports?

The advantages of competing in college sports are both immediate and lifelong. Participating in college sports provides opportunities to learn, compete and succeed. Student-athletes receive top-notch academic support, quality medical care and regular access to outstanding coaching, facilities and equipment.

And student-athletes as a group graduate at higher rates than their peers in the general student body and feel better prepared for life after college.

College-bound student-athletes preparing to enroll in a Division I or Division II school need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center to ensure they have met amateurism standards and are academically prepared for college coursework.

 

While playing sports at a Division III school does not require you to register with the Eligibility Center, there are still some important things you need to know. 

Helpful Links

 

Playing sports for an NCAA school is not your only option. Check out the National Intercollegiate Athletics Association (NAIA) or the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) for other opportunities.


 

 

Baseball Recruiting Timeline

Timeline begins with what you need to do beginning the summer

between your freshman and sophomore year


 

 

 

Build a free recruiting profile on the network used by 42,000 college coaches.


Click on the link for information about baseball camps happening at colleges all over the country


This is the book Mark Hendrickson was referring to at the Player/Parent Meeting. 

A great read for YYR Players of every age!

Click on the photo to be taken to Amazon.com, where the book sells for $13