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SAS SUCCESS STORIES
HOBART COLLEGE, ROWING
Cameron committed to rowing at Hobart last week. I wanted to thank SAS for all your help and support. He would have never even heard of Hobart without the wide net you threw out there for him!
ST LOUIS COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, SOFTBALL
SAS is everything they claim to be and more. They really helped open doors for my daughter and she was given opportunities beyond imaginable. She was contacted by so many coaches, which was a good problem to have. They are very professional and available every step of the way. They have the expertise and know-how from many years of experience and research . I am glad I chose SAS, they care about the athletes and their families.
LEES-MCRAE COLLEGE, LACROSSE
I want to say thank you for helping me through this process. Truly I could not have made it this far without all your hard work and advice. Lees-McRae is the perfect fit school for me! They offered me an athletic scholarship, plus I qualified for the presidential academic scholarship and the honors program, too!
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
NOTE: Men's rowing is not sponsored by the NCAA, and is instead governed by the Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA). IRA member schools follow NCAA guidelines, but do not require initial eligibility certification.
NCAA DIVISION I M/W
Number of Teams: 35/ 88
Total Athletes: 1,886/ 4,096
Average Team Size: 54/ 47
Scholarship Limit Per Team: -/ 20
NCAA DIVISION II M/W
Number of Teams: 6/ 16
Total Athletes: 163/ 411
Average Team Size: 27/ 26
Scholarship Limit Per Team: -/ 20
NCAA DIVISION III M/W
Number of Teams: 27/ 41
Total Athletes: 756/ 1,074
Average Team Size: 28/ 26
Number of Teams: 2/ 2
Total Athletes: 67/ 32
Average Team Size: 34/ 16
NOTE: Women's rowing scholarships at all divisions are equivalency scholarships, meaning a single scholarship can be divided into partial scholarships among multiple athletes.
A limited number of schools offer men's rowing scholarships, including University of California, Stanford, University of Washington, Boston University, and Northeastern. Other institutions may be able to offer other forms of financial aid.