College Recruiting Help and Info
The colllege recruiting process can be both exciting and challenging. Below are some resources that will help players and parents to better understand the recruiting process, rules and regulations.
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IWLCA Recruiting Website
NCAA 2016-2017 Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete
College Recruiting Guidebook
US Lacrosse is pleased to introduce you to our college recruiting handbook, "So...You want to play lacrosse in college?" girls' editions. In recent years, college recruiters have accelerated the timeline and created recruiting formulas that are unique to them. The direction of the college lacrosse recruiting process has led to confusion by some, frustration to others and questions for everyone. The intent of these handbooks is to present hard facts, dispel the myths, and to promote the essentials.
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One of the best single summaries of The College Athletic Recruiting Process put together and presented by Janine Tucker, the head women's lacrosse coach for John Hopkins University. Click here to go right to the PDF file. Lax Power also has the full list of Division I, II, III and Club Programs in the Nation.
US Lacrosse College Recruiting Guidelines
Many of our players have the dream of playing women’s lacrosse in college. With that in mind, we provide assistance with the college planning process for our high school level players.
Our primary emphasis is always on academics first and athletics second. We expect our players to take a challenging high school curriculum, maintain excellent grades, and prepare and perform well on standardized tests. With that strong foundation in place, we can best help them assess their interests in collegiate athletics.
We expect our players to take responsibility for their future and take the initiative to put together a college list, a player resume, keep track of college correspondence and communicate with our staff throughout their search. With players, parents and the DLC staff working together we find we find we can find the best and most realistic fit for our players.
To obtain the recommended college search and contact spreadsheets as well as sample cover letters and player resume please visit on our Coyote Travel Document page.