What are good colleges that have good/great volleyball program as well as academic programs?
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June 25, 2019 / By Azel Question:
I have been playing volleyball since I was 9 I am now 14 and I have no clue where I want to go to college... I hope to be able to play at a D1 school. but I don't know what schools are the best for academics and sports... I also do high jump, and throw discus in track. Please help! Please don't post stupid answers... I am asking because my sister didn't send out her l letters until her senior year and didn't get the chance to go to any really good schools with really good volleyball programs so my parents told me I have to send my letters in like my junior year... and any advice you have is much appreciated(: thank you!
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Wilda | 6 days ago
Okay so Top D1 schools (Nebraska,Texas,UCLA,etc) are very hard schools to get recruited to unless you are a Top prospect and in that case they would have been recruiting you since your freshman year. Most top D1 schools already have their rosters for 2016! Junior year is a bit late to be starting the recruiting process but not impossible. You have to be realistic, there are more opportunities and scholarships available from D2 other then D1. Just because a school is D1 does not mean that they are better. You have to consider are your grades good enough, do you want to go to a bug school with over 300 in a class room or a smaller with a 12:1 student to teacher ration? you have to consider other things in picking schools other then it just being D1. D2 and D3 can be just as competitive. Heck I have seen some awesome NAIA teams play too! There are tons of good D1 volleyball programs, I'm just letting you know that, that isn't your only option either :)
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I would start sending out you profile and video your Sophomore year, especially if you want to play D1. However, D2, D3, and NAIA are great options, too! Playing at the lower levels, it is a lot easier to balance academics and volleyball, and you get a social life, too! If you are planning to do track as well as volleyball, then you would have a better chance playing D3 or NAIA! Here is a list of all D1 programs: http://web1.ncaa.org/onlineDir/exec2/spo... Good luck! :)
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purely in coaching. I play enterprise volleyball and after that degree the single factor larger is playing for a nationwide team. i'm friends with a pair of adult men who play for Canada's nationwide team they frequently get some investment while they bypass to competitions and such and while they p.c. trainign for housing and nutrients. even with the incontrovertible fact that it is not some factor they do to make a residing for themselves. in accordance to them it is an identical in lots coutnries, all of those adult men on the nationwide team produce different jobs for careers and volleyball is a few factor else they do. practise is frequently a occupation even with the incontrovertible fact that it is not comparable to distinctive donning events so I haven't any thought if coaches make adequate to submit to in ideas it a occupation that enables them financially. even with the incontrovertible fact that it extremely is a job for coaches so i anticipate you will type of brand call it a occupation. yet no volleyball isn't a occupation for enjoying it is not comparable to hockey soccer or baseball and many others wherein it is the single factor they do and make 1000's of hundreds, volleyball you do no longer extremely make some thing
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Un Texas,Sanford, Penn State, Florida,Tennessee,UCLA. USC,Minnesota,Nebraska are a few that's has great programs both academic and volleyball.
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