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COLLEGE WRESTLING RECRUITING - GET RECRUITED TO WRESTLE IN COLLEGE

Do you have what it takes to be a college wrestler and compete against other athletes from other colleges? If so, it’s time to make sure you’re doing everything you can in order to get recruited for wrestling. The most important thing you need to do is get your name out there to college wrestling coaches. It’s simple really, if college coaches doesn’t know who you are, they can’t recruit you.

You must set up an online wrestling recruiting profile and put up all of your stats, information, achievements, grades and video. Coaches want to easily be able to know who you are and watch you compete and see if you have the talent necessary to join their team.

HOW TO GET A WRESTLING SCHOLARSHIP

Once you’ve decided to get your name out there and explore recruiting opportunities, you should now decide whether you want to explore wrestling scholarship opportunities as well. There are many scholarships available and often times it comes down to how well an athlete presents themselves to the coaches. Have a winning attitude not only in competition but also at practice as well. Be a coachable athlete and someone who helps lift up their teammates and helps bring out the best in them. You can show that winning attitude through your online wrestling recruiting profile and also by asking your coach to be your reference.

Men

  • NCAA Division 1 – 77 wrestling programs – 9.9 scholarships available
  • NCAA Division 2 – 58 wrestling programs – 9.0 scholarship available
  • NCAA Division 3 – 97 wrestling programs – zero scholarships available
  • NAIA – 49 wrestling programs – 8.0 scholarship available
  • NJCAA – 39 wrestling programs – 16.0 scholarship limit
  • CCCAA and NWAC – 22 wrestling programs – zero scholarships available

Women

  • NCAA Division 2 – 3 wrestling programs – zero scholarships available
  • NCAA Division 3 – 4 wrestling programs – zero scholarships available
  • NAIA – 18 wrestling programs – zero scholarships available
  • NJCAA – 1 wrestling program – zero scholarships available
  • CCCAA and NWAC – 1 wrestling program - zero scholarships available

For a more detailed wrestling scholarship breakdown go to: http://scholarshipstats.com/wrestling.html

College wrestling coaches care about your wrestling abilities and how you work with your teammates. They also care that you’re a good student. It’s important to get good grades and always be academically eligible to compete at the college level. If you’re competing with another high school athlete to get recruited and you have the same wrestling talent ability, the coach will always end up recruiting the athlete with the better grades.

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