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2013 Mid-America Winter Showcase

Coach Johann ·
2013 Mid America Winter ShowcaseNov 23rd, Kent State University Field House, Kent, Ohio. The 2013 Mid-America Winter Baseball Showcase is the premier winter event to be seen and evaluated by dozens of college recruiters and pro-scouts. Coaches...
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15U, 16U, 17U, 18U Tryouts for Marshals Baseball

McKinney Marshals ·
www.mckinneymarshals.com   TRYOUTS: 15U, 16U, 17U, 18U Tryouts for our 15,16,17,and 18U Marshals HS program teams for the Summer of 2015 will be held on the following dates. Sunday, November 23 from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. WHERE: Clark High School...
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D3 Scholarships?

shotatsuda ·
I have a tough situation here. I believe I'm good enough to get looks by some division 3 programmes since I have decent grades and have some tools. Problem is I'm not a citizen of United States and I won't be able to do student loans or any sort of...
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Marshals 15, 16, 17, 18U Select Baseball Tryouts for 2016 Summer Teams

McKinney Marshals ·
The McKinney Marshals have a few spots remaining on select teams for play in Summer 2016. If you are a high school athlete who is willing to work hard to develop yourself as a player, we can provide a competitive environment to help you reach your goals. Although we are called the McKinney Marshals, our players come from throughout the DFW area, North Texas and Oklahoma. Depending upon the geographic makeup of the team, our teams practice in areas such as Allen, Carrollton, Dallas, Frisco,...
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Marshals 15U, 16U, 17U, 18U Tryouts Posted

McKinney Marshals ·
www.mckinneymarshals.com   TRYOUTS: 15U, 16U, 17U, 18U Tryouts for our 15,16,17,and 18U Marshals HS program teams for the Summer of 2015 will be held on the following dates. Sunday, December 14 from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. WHERE: Clark High School...
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Marshals 15U, 16U, 17U, 18U Tryouts Posted

McKinney Marshals ·
www.mckinneymarshals.com   TRYOUTS: 15U, 16U, 17U, 18U Tryouts for our 15,16,17,and 18U Marshals HS program teams for the Summer of 2015 will be held on the following dates. Sunday, December 14 from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. WHERE: Clark High School...
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Marshals 15U, 16U, 17U, 18U Tryouts Posted

McKinney Marshals ·
www.mckinneymarshals.com   TRYOUTS: 15U, 16U, 17U, 18U Tryouts for our 15,16,17,and 18U Marshals HS program teams for the Summer of 2015 will be held on the following dates. Sunday, December 14 from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. WHERE: Clark High School...
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Re: D3 Scholarships?

BishopLeftiesDad ·
As with anything in life you will get what you put into it. While I consider myself an advocate of D3 schools, you can get a great education going many routes. Junior college is a great option, and cost effective. If you have the drive to learn, you can get a great education anywhere. I know people who did not go to college yet they still feel they got a great education, in the working world.
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Re: D3 Scholarships?

Vector ·
Originally Posted by shotatsuda: I am only considering Divison 3 schools since I am looking for a great education. There are certainly some top academic D3 schools, some of the best in the country. However there are just as many, if not more D1&D2 top academic schools which offer both academic and athletic scholarship money. Furthermore, some of these schools are even public(i.e. Univ. Of Virginia or UCLA) so tuition is much lower. So if the only reason you are limiting yourself to D3 is...
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MidAtlanticDad ·
Are you planning to enter college in the fall of 2015? If so, some of that scholarship money is already spoken for. As with athletics, I think you'll also find some overlap in academic distinction between DII and DIII colleges. But as others have advised, a "great education" means different things to different people. What does "great education" mean to you? High paying job after undergrad? Impressive diploma? Great resume for graduate school? Intellectual challenge? Think carefully about...
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shotatsuda ·
Originally Posted by MidAtlanticDad: I am going to attend college in fall of 2016. I am planning to start my recruitment process next spring by making a video. For me and my community/high school, I believe a college that offers a good education means a good job after undergrad. I am not really sure what I would like to do, but for now I am looking for schools that have good reputations. I have a 3.5 GPA and trying to get a 2000+ on my SAT.So a good Liberal Art school sounds like a right fit...
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Re: D3 Scholarships?

shotatsuda ·
I believe I am not good enough to play at a division one programme. I just don't have enough tools. I am well aware of that. I am 5'7 155 Lbs and not fast for a middle infielder. (I am trying to run under a 7.5 by next spring.) I believe division 3 schools are the right fit for me. However I will do some research on some D2 schools. Thanks for the reply. Originally Posted by shotatsuda: I am only considering Divison 3 schools since I am looking for a great education. There are certainly some...
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shotatsuda ·
Thanks for the reply, I completely agree you can get a good education whereever you go, but it is important that I can go to a school with good reputation.
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Re: D3 Scholarships?

bobbyaguho ·
shotatsuda, Here are the six schools that offer need blind and full need admissions to international students : MIT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Massachusetts Harvard University in Massachusetts Princeton University in New Jersey Yale University in Connecticut Dartmouth College in New Hampshire Amherst College in Massachusetts Amherst & MIT are both D3 and the other four are Ivy League schools which are D1. If you are admitted to any of these colleges you will be able to...
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Re: D3 Scholarships?

jlaro ·
Hello, Call the school that you are interested in and try to set up a school visit, you will be able to meet with the admin group and also talk to the coach when you visit. There are only academic scholarships in D3 level no sport scholarships. Good luck,
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old_school ·
Originally Posted by jlaro: Hello, Call the school that you are interested in and try to set up a school visit, you will be able to meet with the admin group and also talk to the coach when you visit. There are only academic scholarships in D3 level no sport scholarships. Good luck, this is true, however, there is also some academic money out there for players who would not have gotten it if they didn't play...bottom line is you still need to be a good student.
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MidAtlanticDad ·
May I ask why you limited your question to DIII? DII schools offer athletic scholarships, and junior colleges are typically much less expensive than DIII.
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BishopLeftiesDad ·
I know that the school my son attends prides itself on diversity. There are Scholarships targeted at international students. For instance I did a search, for scholarships on the Web site of my sons school and came up with this. http://choose.owu.edu/financia...onalScholarships.php I am sure this school is not the only one to offer scholarships to international students. I believe the deadlines are different as well. You may want to narrow your search to the schools you know offer...
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shotatsuda ·
I am only considering Divison 3 schools since I am looking for a great education.
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JCG ·
My wife went to a Juco then graduated summa cum laude from UCLA. She believes that she got a great education. My former coaching partner went to a D2 Cal State. He founded a large corporation and is stinking rich. He also feels that he got a great education.
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Re: July 1 scholarship notification deadline

Rick at Informed Athlete ·
An athlete should receive written notification regarding the status of any scholarship for the upcoming year if they had a scholarship the previous year and have eligibility remaining per NCAA Bylaw 15.3.7.1. However, parents may not ever see or be aware of anything if the athlete signed their renewal form prior to leaving campus for the summer. A school can reduce after the July 1 deadline, but only for specific stated reasons, such as becoming academically ineligible or for violating a...
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July 1 scholarship notification deadline

Rick at Informed Athlete ·
NCAA Division I and II athletes who had a scholarship this past year are supposed to receive official written notice no later than July 1 from their university's Financial Aid Office if their scholarship is going to be reduced or not renewed for the upcoming year. Athletes who have not received such notice already, or have not already signed a renewal form for the 2016-17 school year, should be checking any e-mail addresses or physical mailing addresses that they have on file with their...
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CaCO3Girl ·
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Baseball Playing Opportunities for Ages 17-26 via VMarlins

VMarlins ·
If you are a player looking to play collegiate, international, or professional baseball then look at all the avenues we provide and the results we have for those who participate in our program. Qualifications are as follows: Respect Others, Respect Self, Respect the Game. We have provided a weblink below to explore. Call anytime. Frank Fulton, GM VMarlins, 4344894544. http://www.vmarlins.com/If_This_is_You..php
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Re: Juco Scholarship Question

VMarlins ·
I had a player who was offered a75% scholarship a few years ago and he was so excited. He took it made all arrangements then got a bill for $20,000. He was offered 75% scholarship on tuition which did not include room and board. Even though this is a different school model compared to your situation it is an example of why you should see the entire picture that is presented.
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Suds ·
D1 JUCOS are the ones that can offer tuition, room and board. D2 does not have housing on campus and have a small dollar amount to offset tuition
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Juco Scholarship Question

2017_Grad ·
Hello, I am a senior in HS, and a local D2 JUCO head coach had recently attended one of my fall ball games, we talked after the game and he said he liked what he saw. He also said that he can give a max of $1000 to the athletes - he verbally offered me the $1000 on the spot, but I've read that the majority of D2 JUCO baseball scholarships are normally close to full rides. Is this true? Or is this a situation of funding with the school? I appreciate the help in advance. Thank You
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FoxDad ·
On that note be sure the state allows JuCo's to offer scholarships. For example, when my son attended a D2 JuCo in VA (In state), as noted NJCAA allows scholarships (tuition and books only for D2 Juco's), but the state (Virginia) did not allow it. Fortunately, he qualified for a grant from the state that covered 95% of his tuition.
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Re: Juco Scholarship Question

baseballmom ·
VMarlins, why give an example of ANY school other than what the OP specifically requested info abt? Juco's are entirely different, man! This tidbit of advice is totally irrelevant to the question asked, don't you agree? AND, you should stop advertising in every post! FYI, there are more than a few of us on here that have been thru the recruiting process, (some different levels & military academies) some thru the draft, minors & MLB. Some old timers have been here 15+ years. Take a...
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Re: Juco Scholarship Question

MidAtlanticDad ·
The $1000 offer may be the limit set by his school, not by the NJCAA. "Each institution belonging to the NJCAA chooses to compete on the Division I, II or III level in designated sports. Division I colleges may offer full athletic scholarships a maximum of tuition, fees, room and board, course related books, up to $250 in course required supplies, and transportation costs one time per academic year to and from the college by direct route. Division II colleges are limited to awarding tuition,...
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CaCO3Girl ·
STOP LISTING YOUR PHONE NUMBER AND STOP TRYING TO SOLICIT ON THIS SITE!!!!!!!! THIS IS A CHILD!
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Marshals Select Baseball Tryouts for 2017 Teams

McKinney Marshals ·
TRYOUTS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17 FOR 2017 MARSHALS SELECT TEAMS Open tryouts for Marshals Baseball Spring/Summer 14U-18U teams continue this weekend. If you are an athlete who is willing to work hard to develop yourself as a player, we can provide a competitive environment to help you reach your goals, whether it is simply to be the best high school player you can be, or to play at the next level. To do this, we believe in fielding a few well-coached teams with quality players to compete in the...
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Program Scholarship Funding

Strike3Looking ·
At least for Public D1 Schools, shouldn't the number of baseball scholarships funded by the university be publically available information? Is there any resource to research this information short of asking the RC?
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Re: Program Scholarship Funding

StrainedOblique ·
Not really. Each school is different . Most programs are not fully funded. Very few programs are at the 11.7 mark . Below is a fairly informative read on NCAA mens baseball and funding https://d1baseball.com/columns...seball-2015-edition/
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Premier summer teams North Texas - Marshals 15-18U

Marshals Baseball ·
Final Tryouts 15U-18U Marshals Summer 2018 teams SUMMER SELECT TEAM TRYOUTS WHAT: Marshals 15U-18U Tryouts WHEN: Saturday, January 20 TIME: 2:00 P.M. WHERE: Richardson Pearce High School Baseball Field 1600 N Coit Rd, Richardson, TX 75080 BRING: - Baseball appropriate clothing & gear - Water We are called the McKinney Marshals, but we have teams and athletes across the Metroplex and North Texas. Athletes come to play with us from across the state of Texas and Oklahoma. Teams practice in...
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Premier Summer Teams Tryouts McKinney Marshals

Marshals Baseball ·
Final Tryouts 15U-18U Marshals Summer 2018 teams SUMMER SELECT TEAM TRYOUTS WHAT: Marshals 15U-18U Tryouts WHEN: Saturday, January 20 TIME: 2:00 P.M. WHERE: Richardson Pearce High School Baseball Field 1600 N Coit Rd, Richardson, TX 75080 BRING: - Baseball appropriate clothing & gear - Water We are called the McKinney Marshals, but we have teams and athletes across the Metroplex and North Texas. Athletes come to play with us from across the state of Texas and Oklahoma. Teams practice in...
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Re: Are College Camps Wort It?

Ripken Fan ·
Swagg: Welcome to the site. From your profile I see you are a 2021 RHP. It's early in the recruiting game, unless you are in the small % that the P5 are looking at. I would have a better vibe if the college had CALLED, not e-mailed your HS coach. At your stage I would look to find a third party (PG or UA) or an inexpensive showcase that can get your measurables (MPH , primarily) for pitching. I think "school specific" camps are good, later on. After attending $$ showcases, tournaments , etc,...
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Re: Are College Camps Wort It?

Chico Escuela ·
Did your son attend this fielding camp after the school/coach had expressed serious interest? I ask because often when my son emails a school, he gets an email response that is really just a form camp invitation. I assume going to a camp in that case is unlikely to generate real interest from a school, unless a player really offers something pretty extraordinary?
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Are College Camps Wort It?

baseball_swagg ·
Hey guys, had a quick question about a pretty gray area, college camps. I'm a high school pitcher, and one of my top schools emailed my coach. A few days later, I get an email to an 'Elite Prospect' camp for the same school, pretty expensive. However, if it has a legitimate value, or say recruitment chances, I will be more than glad to invest in it. Are these camps a revenue outlet, or do they actually have some recruiting value? Would my situation make it any different? There are less...
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Re: Are College Camps Wort It?

Zia2021 ·
Welcome to the site! My player is also a 2021, and I can tell you that lots of D1 schools are actively recruiting rising sophomores right now (especially pitchers). We were at a big 15u tournament last week that had dozens of colleges scouting the games, including P5 and mid-level schools. So it is possible that this school is interested in you specifically since they emailed your coach. That being said, it is also true that many college "prospect camps" are money makers. You should ask your...
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fenwaysouth ·
Swagg, You mentioned your "coach" in your post. I assume this is either your high school or travel coach. Have you asked him as you are getting started on this recruiting journey? We all have to start somewhere. For us, it was son's national travel coach who opened some doors and showed us the ropes until we were able to zero in on what exactly son wanted, and what schools were looking for someone like him. His travel coach was a great sounding board as he had been through this countless...
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Re: Are College Camps Wort It?

Zia2021 ·
Depends on what kind of rep PBR has in your state, and which specific event even in a good state. In my state and surrounding states, PBR is good and has one “main” showcase event each year that draws the most scouts. They offer several other showcase options in our state but those other options are not well scouted at all. Those showcases will at least give you your measurables, but there may be less expensive options for those in your state. My 2021 is doing a PBR showcase this year, but...
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TPM ·
FYI. In some situations, if the camp is advertised as elite for hitters and or pitchers, they are run by the HC, PC, RC. Other camps are usually run by volunteer assistant (thats part of their job) and players. These invitations usually are generated from interest either from the coach or the recruit and are smaller than regular camps. However, some camps are excellent in instruction and should be considered if the cost is reasonable.
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Zia2021 ·
Great point. I recommended he ask his HS coach in my original post because I thought that’s who the school had emailed. I should’ve said to speak with whichever coach they emailed. Like FenwaySouth, our travel coach has been the main point of contact for all 5 of the kids who have committed from our team so far.
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Ripken Fan ·
Chico: Son was on the radar with school and had e-mail communication (probably at least once every 6 or so weeks) with the coach. He had become a "high follow" with coach once he ran fastest 60 at a Showball showcase with 225 players in December. Coach sent son nice personalized e-mail which really changed him from "camper" to prospect. The camp was during President's Day or MLK weekend, and a hitting camp the day before (same coach) was full. Unlike previous meetings with this specific...
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Re: Are College Camps Wort It?

MidAtlanticDad ·
Swagg, personally, I wouldn't recommend attending any college camp without speaking to one of the coaches beforehand. As a rising sophomore, college coaches are not permitted to call you directly, but they can talk to you if you call them. That kind of phone call is typically arranged by your travel or high school coach. If you can get the coach on the phone, there's a decent chance that he's serious about recruiting you. Once on the phone you can ask him if he thinks your talent level plays...
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cabbagedad ·
Having reread your OP... First, a question... is it safe to assume the school is in state or nearby? Second, to try to answer your question "what would be the best route to actually get recruited?", it is different for everyone. It is usually some combination of finding the right travel team, selecting the right events, having the right instructors, etc., but can be made to work with any budget. It depends largely on your talent level and what you want from a school. It usually requires a...
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Re: Are College Camps Wort It?

baseballhs ·
It really depends on the school. My son has been to three college camps without talking to the coaches or being identified first. Two of the camps he was asked to stay and tour the facilities (pre new rules) and began conversations with them after the coaches followed up with my son’s coach. The 3rd camp was a waste of time and they didn’t even look at him. My son sent some video the next day and they called his coach...they didn’t even know he was at the camp. It was run by players and...
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baseball_swagg ·
Thanks guys for all the insight. I’ll definitely take this into consideration, hopefully it’ll work out as it should. Best of luck to all
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Re: Are College Camps Wort It?

Iowamom23 ·
There’s great advice on here about showcases, etc. I will add that my 2018 and a HS teammate were both invited to a P5 college camp their sophomore year the same way—through HS coach. Went and received an evaluation in the mail with essentially a “don’t call us, well call you” note on it regarding recruiting. Two years later, my son is throwing 90, same school invited him to another camp. He went, they offered that day and we just finished orientation. His teammate had the same experience. A...
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