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  • Weekly practice schedule of student-athletes

    Every team has a slightly different practice schedule depending on class schedule of the athletes, but here’s a sample weekly schedule of top 20 US athletic teams. Monday2:00 – 4:00pm: Team Practice4:00 – 5:00pm: Weights Tuesday1:00 – 2:00pm: Individual Practice2:00 – 4:00pm: Team Practice4:00 – 4:30pm: Conditioning Wednesday2:00 – 4:00pm: Team Practice4:00 – 5:00pm: Weights […]

  • What is a combined scholarship and how can I qualify for one?

    Division II and some division I universities can only offer partial scholarships that cover 60% -70% of tuition to their student-athletes. Many international prospective students aren’t aware that in this case they have an opportunity to apply for an academic scholarship, which, in combination with an athletic one, can cover the full cost of tuition, […]

  • How does receiving prize money affect athletes’ eligibility?

    Although prospective student-athletes are allowed to participate in professional tournaments while in high school, there are rules on how much prize money they can receive. At D I universities, athletes can receive the amount of money that does not exceed their tournament expenses. For example, if an athlete spent $900 for travel, hotel, and meals […]

  • How to get accepted to an Ivy League University?

    The Ivy League is an association of eight elite American universities located in seven states in the northeastern United States. The name comes from the ivy shoots that coiled around the old buildings at these universities. The Ivy League includes Harvard University, Yale University, the University of Pennsylvania, Princeton University, Columbia University, Brown University, Dartmouth […]

  • Am I good enough for a full athletic scholarship?

    Every year, college coaches recruit the best players from a variety of talented candidates across the world. Today we will talk about some of the criteria that college coaches look at when deciding which candidate to award a scholarship to. When it comes to individual sports, coaches evaluate players by standard ratings and times (time […]