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Selecting D1 or D3 Universities
Selecting D1 or D3 Universities
In my freshman year in college I felt like I was constantly getting asked one question. “Why did you go D3 when you could have gone D1?”
NCAA Recruiting Rules
NCAA Recruiting Rules
The NCAA recruiting rules can be detailed and tricky to understand. One of the most common questions families ask is when college coaches can start contacting their athletes. For most sports, coaches can begin reaching out to athletes starting June 15 after sophomore year or September 1 of their junior year of high school.
National Collegiate Club Championships
National Collegiate Club Championships
A two day championship open to all collegiate non-NCAA university and college clubs.The event consists of three components. The first round, on Saturday, is three pools of up to 13 squads in each weapon event....
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
The National Collegiate Athletic Association is a member-led organization dedicated to providing a pathway to opportunity for college athletes. Learn about our Core Purpose and Values.
USA Fencing – Collegiate Fencing
USA Fencing – Collegiate Fencing
Information directly from USAFencing concerning NCAA, Collegiate Clubs, Rules and other related and important information.
Read “General Information on Collegiate Fencing at the NCAA and Club Levels” by Laurence D Schiller.