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    Aaron Faragallah, Center Fielder, Boulder (CO)
    Graduated from Lamar CC
    Height: 6-2     Weight: 195 lbs     Class of 2019
    Lamar University
    Harrison "buddy" Floyd, Shortstop, Marietta (GA)
    Graduated from Alan C. Pope
    Height: 5-6     Weight: 145 lbs     Class of 2019
    University of Georgia
    Jack Nolan, First Baseman, Woodbridge (CT)
    Graduated from Amity Regional H.S.
    Height: 6-4     Weight: 200 lbs     Class of 2018
    Central Connecticut State University
    Max Alessi, Catcher, Hawley (PA)
    Graduated from Wallenpaupack Area H.S.
    Height: 5-11     Weight: 215 lbs     Class of 2018
    Felician College
    Devan Graves, Pitcher, Palmdale (CA)
    Graduated from Knight High School
    Height: 5-10     Weight: 190 lbs     Class of 2018
    California State University, Sacramento
    Shamus Connolly,jr, Third Baseman, Brooklyn (NY)
    Graduated from Xaverian H.S.
    Height: 6-3     Weight: 200 lbs     Class of 2018
    Wagner College
    Jimmy Franchetti, Pitcher, Marlton (NJ)
    Graduated from Cherokee H.S.
    Height: 5-10     Weight: 160 lbs     Class of 2018
    Villanova University
    Sky Rahill, Outfielder, Burlington (VT)
    Graduated from Burlington H.S.
    Height: 6-0     Weight: 170 lbs     Class of 2018
    Salisbury University
    Jonathan Rice, Pitcher, Hopedale (MA)
    Graduated from Hopedale H.S.
    Height: 6-1     Weight: 175 lbs     Class of 2018
    Coppin State University
    Austin Flematti, Catcher, Kingwood (TX)
    Graduated from Kingwood H.S.
    Height: 5-11     Weight: 180 lbs     Class of 2018
    Cornell University
    Austin Ross, Pitcher, Kennesaw (GA)
    Graduated from Mt. Paran Christian School
    Height: 6-2     Weight: 190 lbs     Class of 2018
    Wofford College
    Ryan Windham, Pitcher, Castle Rock (CO)
    Graduated from Castle View High School
    Height: 6-0     Weight: 160 lbs     Class of 2018
    Creighton University
    David Smith, Catcher, Acworth (GA)
    Graduated from Allatoona High School
    Height: 6-2     Weight: 180 lbs     Class of 2018
    Georgia State University
    Peyton Berry, Pitcher, Kennesaw (GA)
    Graduated from Harrison H.S.
    Height: 6-2     Weight: 200 lbs     Class of 2018
    Mercer University
    Joe Georgini, Third Baseman, Mesa (AZ)
    Graduated from Mountain View H.S.
    Height: 6-3     Weight: 210 lbs     Class of 2018
    New Jersey Institute of Technology
    Ryan Daues, Third Baseman, Rolling Hills Estates (CA)
    Graduated from Palos Verdes Peninsula High School
    Height: 6-3     Weight: 180 lbs     Class of 2017
    Tufts University
    JD Burrows, Pitcher, Wake Forest (NC)
    Graduated from Heritage High School
    Height: 5-10     Weight: 175 lbs     Class of 2017
    Morris College
    David Clarke, Pitcher, Palo Alto (CA)
    Graduated from Henry M. Gunn High School
    Height: 6-2     Weight: 150 lbs     Class of 2017
    University of Chicago
    Max Meyer, Woodbury (MN)
    Graduated from Woodbury H.S.
    Height: 6-0     Weight: 165 lbs     Class of 2017
    University of Minnesota
    Matthew Aufiero, Pitcher, Mineola (NY)
    Graduated from Chaminade H.S.
    Height: 5-11     Weight: 185 lbs     Class of 2017
    Sacred Heart University
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    Is it your goal to receive an athletic scholarship and live your dreams of playing college sports? If your answer is yes, then CSA-PrepStar may be of great value to you in your pursuit of an athletic scholarship and academic excellence on the next level.  More than 7.2 million student-athletes compete in high school and club team sports every year.  Each year over 400,000 student athletes compete on the NCAA collegiate level so the competition is fierce to receive an athletic scholarship for college sports!
    How to Increase Your Chances of Receiving an Athletic Scholarship for College
    Currently more than 2,000 college and universities nationwide support athletic programs and offer Athletic Scholarships and financial aid packages for high school prospects. Unless you are one of those rare athletes that is a Five Star prospect and is receiving multiple scholarship offers early in your high school career, chances are you will need Exposure to get recruited.  For every one athletic scholarship there are many student-athletes that qualify for each scholarship offered but unless college coaches have access to your information, video, stats and grades chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process.  In today's age of information and technology it is vital that college coaches have access to all of your pertinent information and that they are updated on a regular basis as to the process you are making.
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    Just like any other venture in life, you have to have a plan to be successful.  If your goal is to receive an athletic scholarship for college you have to have a plan and be willing to do the necessary things to get recruited.  That plan includes knowing how many colleges participate in your sport and offer athletic scholarships for the sport you play, knowing important academic requirements, recruiting guidelines, signing dates and the list goes on.  Tens of thousands of athletes like you are vying for college sports scholarships so the better prepared you are, the better your chances will be of receiving an athletic scholarship for college. 
    CSA-PrepStar offers  a wealth of free resources for you to take advantage of.  You will find everything you will need to know about athletic scholarships for NCAA, NAIA and NJCAA programs.  Using our free resources, you will find everything you need for recruiting. We have helped thousands of athletes receive full scholarships, partial scholarships, financial aid packages for Division 3 schools and even preferred walk-on opportunities at elite college and universities nationwide.

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    If the recruiting process for college athletic scholarships wasn't confusing enough already, now athletes and their parents have to navigate through a bevy of companies that claim to be the best recruiting service of it s kind.  Unfortunately, most companies are nothing more than database aggregators that compile as many names and athletes as they can and then sell their information to corporate sponsors.  Other companies operate as boiler room hard sell closers who pressure families into buying a service that will never benefit them with their future college goals.  Many of these companies claim to work with tens of thousands and even millions of student-athletes each year.  These types of services will never provide the individual attention and service you need to really be considered as an athletic scholarship prospect for the next level.  CSA-PrepStar works with no more than 350 athletes per sport per year.  Our Elite PrepStar 350 is comprised of qualified, verified college-bound student-athletes who can play and compete on the next level both athletically and academically.  Our company enjoys a 98% success level in placing athletes with athletic scholarships because we only work with and represent legitimate college-bound prospects!
    Football Scholarships
    More than 850 Division I, Iaa, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in college football every year.  Approximately 12,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year.  If your dream is to receive a college football scholarship and live your dreams of playing college football then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a football scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a football scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as football scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I and Iaa programs offer full-ride athletic scholarships and have a set number of roster players that may receive athletic scholarship aid.  Division I programs may have a maximum of 85 roster players that receive football scholarships and 1aa programs may have a total of 63 players that receive football scholarships.  Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 36 full-ride athletic scholarships on their roster at any one time.  Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a football scholarship.  

    Basketball Scholarships
    More than 1,700 Division I, Iaa, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in men's and women's college basketball every year.  Approximately 10,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year.  If your dream is to receive a college basketball scholarship and live your dreams of playing college basketball then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a basketball scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a basketball scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as basketball scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I programs offer full-ride athletic scholarships and have a set number of roster players that may receive athletic scholarship aid.  Division I programs may have a maximum of 13 roster players that receive basketball scholarships.  Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 10 full-ride athletic scholarships on their roster at any one time for both men's and women's programs.  Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a basketball scholarship. 

    Baseball Scholarships
    Nearly 1,500 Division I, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in college baseball every year.  Approximately 10,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year.  If your dream is to receive a college baseball scholarship and live your dreams of playing college baseball then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a baseball scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a basketball scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as baseball scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I programs offer athletic scholarships and may have an equivalency of 11.7 roster players that receive baseball scholarships.  Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 9 full-ride athletic scholarships on their roster at any one time.  Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a baseball scholarship. 

    Volleyball Scholarships
    Nearly 1,600 Division I, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in college volleyball every year.  Approximately 10,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year.  If your dream is to receive a college volleyball scholarship and live your dreams of playing college volleyball then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a volleyball scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a basketball scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as volleyball scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I programs offer full-ride athletic scholarships and have a set number of roster players that may receive athletic scholarship aid.  Division I programs may have a maximum of 12 roster players that receive volleyball scholarships.  Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 8 full-ride athletic scholarships on their roster at any one time.  Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a volleyball scholarship. 

    Soccer Scholarships
    Over 1,200 Division I, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in men's college soccer every year and over 1,300 women's programs compete in college soccer every year.  Approximately 10,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year for men's and women's soccer.  If your dream is to receive a college soccer scholarship and live your dreams of playing college soccer then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a soccer scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a basketball scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as soccer scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I programs offer athletic scholarships and have a set number of players that may receive athletic scholarship aid.  Division I men's programs may have an equivalency of 9.9 soccer scholarships.  Women's programs may have an equivalency of 12 full-ride scholarships Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 9 full-ride athletic scholarships for men and 9.9 for women's programs.  Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a soccer scholarship.

    Softball Scholarships
    Nearly 1,500 Division I, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in college softball every year.  Approximately 10,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year for college softball.  If your dream is to receive a college softball scholarship and live your dreams of playing college softball then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a softball scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a basketball scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as softball scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I programs may offer full-ride athletic scholarships and have a set number of roster players that may receive athletic scholarship aid.  Division I  programs may have an equivalency of 12 softball scholarships.  Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 7.2 full-ride athletic scholarships.  Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a softball scholarship.

    Golf Scholarships
    Every year 1,150 Division I, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in college golf for men.  There are nearly 800 programs that compete in women's golf each year.  Approximately 10,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year for college golf.  If your dream is to receive a college golf scholarship and live your dreams of playing college golf then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a golf scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a basketball scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as golf scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I  programs may have an equivalency of 4.5 golf scholarships.  Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 3.6 full-ride athletic scholarships.  Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a golf scholarship.

    Tennis Scholarships
    Over 1,000 Division I, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in college tennis for men and 1,154 colleges and universities compete in college tennis for women .  There are nearly 800 programs that compete in women's tennis each year.  Approximately 10,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year for college tennis.  If your dream is to receive a college tennis scholarship and live your dreams of playing college tennis then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a tennis scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a basketball scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as tennis scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I  programs for men may have an equivalency of 4.5 tennis scholarships.  Division I programs for women may have no more than 12 athletes on full-ride or partial scholarships each year.  Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 4.5 full-ride athletic scholarships for men and 6 full-ride athletic scholarships for women .  Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a tennis scholarship.

    Track Scholarships & Cross Country Scholarships
    Over 900 Division I, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in college track and field and Cross Country for men and 925 colleges and universities compete in college track and field and Cross Country for women .  Approximately 10,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year for college track and field.  If your dream is to receive a college track and field scholarship and live your dreams of playing college track and field then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a track and field scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a basketball scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as track and field scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I  programs for men may have an equivalency of 12.6 track and field and cross country scholarships.  Division I programs for women may have an equivalency of 18 full-ride scholarships each year.  Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 12.6 full-ride athletic scholarships for both men's and women's track and field and cross country. Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a track and field scholarship.

    Swimming Scholarships
    Every year nearly 500 Division I, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in college swimming for men and 548 programs for women's swimming.  Approximately 10,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year for college swimming.  If your dream is to receive a college swimming scholarship and live your dreams of playing college swimming then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a swimming scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a basketball scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as swimming scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I  programs may have an equivalency of 9.9 swimming scholarships for men and 12 for women.  Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 8.1 full-ride athletic scholarships.  Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a swimming scholarship.

    Lacrosse Scholarships
    Every year nearly 300 Division I, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in college lacrosse for men and 345 programs for women's lacrosse.  Approximately 10,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year for college lacrosse.  If your dream is to receive a college lacrosse scholarship and live your dreams of playing college lacrosse then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a lacrosse scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a basketball scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as lacrosse scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I  programs may have an equivalency of 12.6 lacrosse scholarships for men and 12 for women.  Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 12.6 full-ride athletic scholarships for men and 9.9 for women.  Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a lacrosse scholarship.

    Water Polo Scholarships
    Every year 80 Division I, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in college water polo for men and 58 programs for women's water polo.  Approximately 10,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year for college water polo.  If your dream is to receive a college water polo scholarship and live your dreams of playing college water polo then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a water polo scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a basketball scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as water polo scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I  programs may have an equivalency of 4.5 water polo scholarships for men and 8 for women.  Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 4.5 full-ride athletic scholarships for men and 8 for women.  Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a water polo scholarship.

    Field Hockey Scholarships
    Every year 116 Division I, II, III, NAIA and JC colleges and universities compete in college field hockey for men and 258 programs for women's field hockey.  Approximately 10,000 high school student-athletes receive athletic scholarships and financial aid packages each year for college field hockey.  If your dream is to receive a college field hockey scholarship and live your dreams of playing college field hockey then CSA-PrepStar may be the right choice for you.  Since 1982 CSA-PrepStar has helped more than 50,000 student-athletes receive athletic scholarships for college totaling more than One Billion Dollars in athletic scholarships and financial aid packages.   To receive a field hockey scholarship you need to be qualified both athletically and academically.  Also, without exposure as a basketball scholarship prospect chances are you will go overlooked in the recruiting process unless you are one of the rare 5 star prospects that make up less than 1% of each year's recruiting class.  Highlight video, grade transcripts, stats and honors, and a CSA-PrepStar scouting report are all part of the recruiting solution we offer to qualified college-bound student-athletes that are looking to receive an athletic scholarship.  We will also create your own personal recruiting website where college coaches go to view information on prospects that have been verified and qualified by PrepStar as field hockey scholarship prospects for the next level.  Division I  programs may have an equivalency of 12.0 field hockey scholarships for women.  Division 2 colleges are allowed to have an equivalency of 6.3 full-ride athletic scholarships for for women.  Therefore, these programs will typically offer partial scholarships and divide their scholarship money among many players so they may recruit more players for their programs.  Division 3 programs do not offer athletic scholarships but they will offer academic grants to athletes that qualify for them.  NAIA programs offer both athletic scholarships and academic grants for athletes looking to receive a field hockey scholarship.