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College Baseball Programs and Scholarships


There are over 1,600 college baseball programs with approximately 50,000 college baseball players. College baseball is categorized as an equivalency sport which means that scholarships can be divided up and given to multiple players. Therefore, full-ride athletic scholarships are rare in college baseball and some players are either on partial athletic scholarships or do not receive athletic scholarship money. In addition, some programs are not “fully funded”, meaning the athletic department at the school does not give them the full allotment of scholarships allowed at their level.


NCAA Division I Baseball Scholarships


There are approximately 299 NCAA Division I baseball programs with each team being allowed to offer a maximum of (11.7) scholarships. Under NCAA rules, these 11.7 scholarships can be divided between a maximum of 27 players, with all players on athletic scholarship having to receive a minimum of a 25% scholarship. To compete for athletic scholarships at the Division I level, you will want to have video and an online presence to be evaluated and identified. Division I programs start recruiting very early in the process and verbal offers and commitments are made earlier at the Division I level than any other level.


NCAA Division II Baseball Scholarships


There are approximately 274 NCAA Division II baseball programs with each team having a maximum of (9.0) scholarships per team. Recruiting rules are similar to the Division I level with the exception of the distribution of scholarships. Some athletes who play Division II baseball have the ability to play at a Division I program, but ultimately choose to play at the Division II level because they can play earlier in their career or are able to obtain athletic scholarship money. Division II programs also begin identifying prospects early in the process and will typically make verbal offers in advance of the Early Signing Period during a student-athlete’s senior year.

NOTE: In order to be eligible to play at the NCAA Division I or II level, you must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center. The NCAA recommends starting this after your sophomore year of high school.


NCAA Division III Baseball Scholarships


There are approximately 387 NCAA Division III programs across the country. There are more opportunities to play college baseball at the Division III level than any other level made up of four-year institutions. Division III programs are not able to offer athletic scholarships but can put together attractive financial aid packages that rival the partial athletic scholarships at other levels. Division III programs usually have limited recruiting budgets and rely on student-athletes reaching out to them to express their interest with video footage to be evaluated.


NAIA Baseball Scholarships


There are approximately 184 NAIA baseball programs with each program being allowed to offer up to (12) scholarships per team. With this scholarship number, NAIA programs are allowed to offer more athletic scholarships than any other level with four-year schools. While scholarships are often divided up into partial scholarships amongst many players on the roster, many high-level players will choose to play at the NAIA level to obtain a better athletic scholarship package.  

IMPORTANT: You must register with the NAIA Eligibility Center to be eligible to compete at the NAIA level.


Junior College Baseball Scholarships


There are approximately 512 junior college baseball programs with each team being allowed to offer up to (24) scholarships. However, many programs are not fully funded by their athletic department and are only allowed to offer a reduced portion of the allotted 24 scholarships or no athletic scholarships at all. The purpose of junior college baseball is to give players two years (occasionally one year) of athletic and academic development with the ultimate goal being to find a good fit with a four-year program after leaving the junior college. There are some programs with very high-level talent that have a reputation of placing their players at very solid NCAA Division I and II programs.


Getting a scholarship to play baseball in college is not easy, but it is certainly possible. Being open to opportunities at multiple levels of play gives you more opportunity, so keeping an open mind to all levels is key.


The process to securing a baseball scholarship 

Our team will work with you directly to complete each stage necessary to making sure your future baseball pathway in America is easy and without hassle. 

Scholarship commitment



Game plan

  • Customized recruitment timeline planning
  • Introduction to your management team members 
  • Online ASM profile development & creation
  • College recruitment video production & editing
  • Access to ASM online recruitment academy portal 

Eligibility

  • Review of athlete academic credentials   
  • Identification of necessary exams
  • SAT registration & prep*
  • Toefl registration & prep*
  • ACT registration & prep*
  • NCAA Clearinghouse registration* 
  • NAIA Clearinghouse registration* 
  • Scheduling of your personal exam tutor prep classes  
  • Identification & research of potential schools    
  • Activation of soft recruitment campaign 
  • Evaluation of initial marketing campaign 
  • Activation of hard recruitment campaign 
  • College coach interview prep


  


College marketing & Scholarship commitment

  • I20 preparation & support     
  • Organization of U.S. embassy student visa process 
  • Scholarship & Health insurance guidance & activation
  • Travel arrangements support   
  • College pre checklist 



U.S. Entry prep

  • Personal management  
  • Support during university  
  • University transfer assistance* 
  • Tour baseball invites 
  • Sponsorship introductions 

    




Support & Pro Career Management

*Only if required 


  • Finalizing of all college interest
  • Organization of college/university official visits*     
  • Sport scholarship final offers
  • Review of offers & division making support
  • School application paperwork support
  • National Letter of Intent support

  


Step 1

Development

Step 2

University Placement

Step 3

Career Management

14 - 19 years of age

average 

18 - 23 years of age

average 

23yrs +

Athlete 

Preperation

IVY,

NCAA, NAIA,

CCCAA

OR NJCAA


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