Wondering if there is a place to look for scholarship info to see what portion of the 11.7 that various schools have/offer/use.  I know that the Ivy League is a no athletic scholarship conference. It is my understanding that schools in the Patriot League do not grant/use scholarships for baseball either. Is there anywhere out there for one to look and research schools that are below 11.7? Might @CollegebaseballInsights know? 

If there is a thread out there about this I apologize as I have not seen it or seen it mentioned anywhere. Thank you to all who add to this tremendous resource for all!!!

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used2lurk posted:

Wondering if there is a place to look for scholarship info to see what portion of the 11.7 that various schools have/offer/use.  I know that the Ivy League is a no athletic scholarship conference. It is my understanding that schools in the Patriot League do not grant/use scholarships for baseball either. Is there anywhere out there for one to look and research schools that are below 11.7? Might @CollegebaseballInsights know? 

If there is a thread out there about this I apologize as I have not seen it or seen it mentioned anywhere. Thank you to all who add to this tremendous resource for all!!!

Good Morning used2lurk,

From my limited understanding, information about athletic scholarship $$$ allocation is not readily available. 

There is no source for this information.  If you have questions about a specific school, ask and somebody on the boards may know. 

There isn’t a list. It’s why good grades are so important. It opens up other avenues for money. 

That's right - no list.  It would be very valuable information if anyone were able to pull it together.  But programs keep this information confidential (and it can and does change from time to time).  Recruits are at a disadvantage b/c they don't have this information but that's the way it is.  All the more reason to focus on grades (as stated by RJM), as academic scholarships generally are more readily available and obtained v. baseball money.  

 

Qhead posted:

That's right - no list.  It would be very valuable information if anyone were able to pull it together.  But programs keep this information confidential (and it can and does change from time to time).  Recruits are at a disadvantage b/c they don't have this information but that's the way it is.  All the more reason to focus on grades (as stated by RJM), as academic scholarships generally are more readily available and obtained v. baseball money.  

 

There is twenty-two times as much academic money as athletic money. You’re guaranteed getting into classes. You’re not guaranteed getting in the lineup. Hit 3.0 in class and keep your academic scholarship. 

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d-mac posted:
anotherparent posted:

Gets asked about once a year!

https://community.hsbaseballwe...d-by-each-d1-program

Short answer is, there is no list.

The best info is in that thread.  About half fully fund and the other half average 9.5 funded scholarships. 

My search was of HSbball web via google...my mistake...thank you @anotherparent and @d-mac for this. The information in that thread and here is helpful. 

I will now search the forum search for a thread of insights on combo academic + baseball scholarships. I have used the @Bogeyorpar list regularly in our (kid + me) search for schools for my 2022. 

Take the SAT/ACT early (and most importantly) often. While a few schools want to see every test score ever, most schools just take the best score, and many will superscore. My son (only) took the SAT three times, and his third time (fall senior year) was his lowest score of the three. He ended up superscoring his 1st attempt's (soph) verbal with his 2nd attempt (junior) math at an underfunded mid-major college that is giving him 3x the scholarship money in academics over athletics. 

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