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BASEBALL SUCCESS STORIES

JACK

 

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY

I want to thank SAS for their help in making my dream become reality. I’m very excited about the opportunity to play baseball at NYU. Aside from being an outstanding school, I will have the opportunity to be the starting shortstop  as a freshman. Having SAS in my corner from start to finish was very important to my college recruitment experience. I appreciate everything they did for me!

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BJ

 

INDIANA UNIVERSITY

I would like to thank everyone at SAS for helping me with my college recruiting process. Without SAS, I would have no idea about all the schools that recruited me and they would have had no idea about me!  I will be attending Indiana University on scholarship this upcoming year. Thank you SAS for everything you did! It was great working with you and I will turn everyone I can your way.

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TYLER

 

LAFAYETTE COLLEGE

 SAS did a tremendous job. It was a terrific experience working the SAS team as they were with us, side by side, the entire time. Their responsiveness to our questions was immediate and their answers were thorough, reflecting their vast experience. Overall SAS is a very professional organization with very talented and enthusiastic people working for them.

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RECRUITING DATES

NCAA DIVISION I
 

Coach-Initiated Phone Calls: Beginning Sept 1 of junior year

Coach-Initiated Electronic Correspondence: Beginning Sept 1 of junior year

Off-Campus Contact: Beginning July 1 following junior year

Unofficial Visits: Beginning Sept 1 of junior year

Official Visits: Beginning Sept 1 of junior year

 

NCAA DIVISION II
 

Coach-Initiated Phone Calls: Beginning June 15 preceding junior year

Coach-Initiated Electronic Correspondence: Beginning June 15 preceding junior year

Off-Campus Contact: Beginning June 15 preceding junior year

Unofficial Visits: Beginning June 15 preceding junior year

Official Visits: After June 15 preceding junior year

 

NCAA DIVISION III
 

Coach-Initiated Phone Calls: Unlimited

Coach-Initiated Electronic Correspondence: Unlimited

Off-Campus Contact: Beginning after the conclusion of sophomore year

Unofficial Visits: Unlimited

Official Visits: Beginning January 1 of junior year

SCHOLARSHIP STATS

NCAA DIVISION I

Number of Teams: 298

Total Athletes: 10,400

Average Team Size: 35

Scholarship Limit Per Team: 11.7

 

NCAA DIVISION II

Number of Teams: 259

Total Athletes: 9,000

Average Team Size: 39

Scholarship Limit Per Team: 9

 

NCAA DIVISION III

Number of Teams: 374

Total Athletes: 11,200

Average Team Size: 34

 

NAIA

Number of Teams: 212

Total Athletes: 6,300

Average Team Size: 38

Scholarship Limit Per Team: 24

 

JUCO

Number of Teams: 511

Total Athletes: 15,300

Average Team Size: 30

Scholarship Limit Per Team: 24

NOTE:  Baseball scholarships at all divisions are equivalency scholarships, meaning a single scholarship can be divided into partial scholarships among multiple athletes.