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Volleyball is an amazing sport that requires excellent skill, teamwork and coordination. You must be a really great player to be able to play at the college level. To get there you must work hard, continue to improve and importantly make your teammates better. The best way to get noticed and recruited by college volleyball coaches is to make an online volleyball recruiting profile. On your profile you can put up all of your stats, information, grades and videos. Sure, some coaches will see you throughout the year playing tournaments and games, but why settle for just a couple of volleyball coaches knowing about you. To key to being successful in volleyball recruiting is by getting maximum exposure. Play as many tournaments as you can and be sure to always update coaches on your profile of your upcoming schedule, new grades etc. Make it easier on coaches to recruit you!


Now you are all set and ready to start the recruiting process, but perhaps you don’t just want to be recruited, you think you’re good enough to earn an athletic scholarship for volleyball as well. That’s awesome! There are many division and competition levels for you to choose from and you can find the best fit for you. Be realistic about what division levels suits you and the best way to do that is by watching some live college games in different conferences to see where you stack up against the competition.


  • NCAA Division 1 – 22 volleyball programs – 4.5 scholarships available
  • NCAA Division 2 – 21 volleyball programs – 4.5 scholarship available
  • NCAA Division 3 – 76 volleyball programs – zero scholarships available
  • NAIA – 23 volleyball programs – 8.0 scholarship available


  • NCAA Division 1 – 334 volleyball programs – 12.0 scholarship limit
  • NCAA Division 2 – 302 volleyball programs – 8.0 scholarship limit
  • NCAA Division 3 – 433 volleyball programs – zero scholarships available
  • NAIA – 214 volleyball programs – 8.0 scholarship limit
  • NJCAA – 307 volleyball programs – zero scholarships available

For a more detailed volleyball scholarship breakdown go to: http://scholarshipstats.com/volleyball.htm

It’s not just your athletic ability that volleyball coaches are looking for. Coaches want you to have strong grades so that you will be academically eligible to compete throughout college. The better your grades are, the more comfortable a coach is about recruiting you. Not only do they want a great player on the court, but they want a great student in the classroom as well.

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