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Real Athletes, Real Results!
Aaron Rodgers
Over the last four years Collegiate Sports of America has been an invaluable service for me. This February it all came together when I signed my letter of intent to play at the University of California-Berkeley.

I must admit not knowing if anything would come out of this partnership at first, but my doubts were soon erased as the letters and calls began coming in.
- Aaron Rogers, 2003
Toure Galligan
I am certainly happy today that we decided to enlist your efforts and for the significant success that resulted. In the end Toure’ was offered partial or near full scholarships at four schools. Toure’s combined academic and athletic scholarship to Northwood covers all annual tuition, room, meal plan, books, and health insurance. . More importantly, she loves the school, her academic program, and the soccer and track coaching staff!
- Mark L. Galligan
Sonet Yee
We are living in Rhode Island, the smallest state of U.S. and on the extreme East of the country, if we had not used your service, I do not think any College or University on the West had ever heard of Sonet’s high school and would take interest in her. Thanks to you and CSA/PrepStar, after you put her profile in the CSA/PrepStar website, she had been contacted by so many college recruiters nationwide that she hardly kept up with all of them.
- Fran Yee
Steven Rogers
I just wanted you to know how much we appreciate all you did for us this past year. As you know, Steven received a football scholarship to East Carolina University in Conference USA. Although we never met personally, you treated us as if we were friends. The professional service of CSA and yourself was much appreciated by our family. Thank you for letting our family achieve the goal of a Division 1 Scholarship. Let me know if I could be of any help to you.
- Steven G. Rogers, M.D.
Janeille Nickels
Thank you for your guidance & support over the last 4 years. Janeille started receiving letters from colleges she had selected in her sophomore year. I believe Collegiate Sports of America was an asset. Janeille has received a 70% scholarship in Softball, to San Jose State University. We are extremely proud of her decision. Again, the Nickels family would like to thank you for your support & dedication over the past 4 years.
- Robyn Nickels
Jayln SNell
I will be attending Gardner-Webb University in North Carolina Div-1 program . I will receive $20,000 per year for soccer, and $8,500 per year for academics Coach Varga reached out to me after seeing my Prepstar profile. We exchanged information he spoke to my club coaches sent his assistant to Arizona to watch me play in a showcase. After my last game I met Coach Sam who offered me a spot on the team and a scholarship. I flew out to the campus in early December to meet coach Varga and the staff as well as the team and tour the campus. A week later I verbally committed to Gardner-Webb University and play soccer for their program. Thank you to the staff at Prepstar who help me achieve my dreams of playing at the next level!!!
- Jayln SNell
Sarah Brennan
I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you and CSA PrepStar for assisting my daughter Sarah find the perfect fit for college at the University of Tampa. Sarah is excited about the opportunity to play collegiate basketball for a Top 20 ranked Division II program. What most impressed me related to the CSA experience was the focus on academics as well as athletics. Chad, you were genuinely interested in Sarah's goals as a student and an athlete! The CSA PrepStar database proved very effective as Sarah received interest from 30+ schools. Also, the personal emails you sent to coaches and recruiting coordinators were a big help to really personalize the process. I would highly recommend CSA PrepStar and Chad's services for anyone looking for education about the recruiting process and measurable positive scholarship results.
- Sarah Brennan
Brad Kaaya
I can't begin to thank you enough for the exposure, publicity and college connections you have helped Brad receive. Brad has verbally committed to the Miami Hurricanes and they learned about Brad from Prepstar. He has also received offers from UCLA and USC as well as many other outstanding programs. The service you guys provide is of great value and I'm thankful we have had the opportunity to work with you over the past three years. Thanks so much for the outstanding job you do and I am more than happy to recommend your company to any family that is looking to help their athlete get to the next level!
- Brad Kaaya Sr., Parent
Cameron Roberson
PrepStar was awesome throughout my entire recruiting process. I wouldn't have been able to fulfill my dream of playing D1 football without all of their help and support. Signing with Notre Dame was the happiest day of my life!
- Cameron Roberson
Nick Isham
We wanted to thank you in writing for the outstanding effort you put in to helping our son, Nick Isham, during the recruiting process. We had no idea how this process really went and you were there to explain it and help us through. Your personal support, guidance and insight into wending our way through his senior year of recruiting to college programs nationwide was invaluable. You were of great value making known all his top-notch skills, accolades and achievements as a high level football prospect. You were instrumental in Nick landing his football scholarship to Louisiana Tech where he has the chance to be a 4-year starter with a spectacular coaching staff. For that we are sincerely grateful. We would recommend you to any family looking for additional guidance during this most exciting and stressful part of high school/college athletics. Thanks again for your excellent work and support.
- Mark and Donna Isham
Nelson Spruce
I'm writing to let you know how much I appreciate all you did to help Nelson in the recruiting process. You guys were able to identify his talent and objectively relay his abilities as a football prospect to top college programs nationwide. Going into Nelson's senior year I had no idea how complex was going to be but your assistance proved to be invaluable to helping Nelson land a football scholarship with the Buffs. I highly recommend your services to any family looking to create the best possible college opportunities for their son or daughter.
- Neil Spruce, Parent
Dani Gilmore
Just weeks after Dani's profile was distributed to colleges nationwide, we began receiving emails and letters of interest. Dani has now received correspondence from over 70 Division I programs. Dani has received numerous scholarship offers and recently accepted a full-ride athletic scholarship to Oregon State. PrepStar has turned into a $150,000 gift for our family. I can't say enough for what you have done for Dani and her future and I highly recommend PrepStar to any family that is looking for the very best for their child.
- Matt Gilmore
Jessica Cataldo Ramirez
I wanted to let you know that Jessica has recently committed to Jacksonville University. Thank you so much for the great help you gave Jessica and myself in educating us about the recruitment process.

Jacksonville University is a DI program and when we visited a few weeks ago, Jess fell in love with it, especially since it is about 15 minutes from the beach! The coach was impressed with the profile he had received from CSA-PrepStar, and basically recruited her without seeing Jess play "live". The best part is that the school has both academic and athletic money for her.
- Jessica Cataldo-Ramirez
Nate Ustianowski
Yesterday I received a phone call from the Alpha Academic Program Director at Abilene Christian and they have made recommendation to admissions for Nate to be accepted to ACU... no matter what his SAT score come s in at. It won't have the official until I get the call from the admissions office, but when I do, Nate has made his choice to ACU. Carson-Newman has also been in contact with us and Nate is in the process of being accepted there as they want him too. So, pl ease don't send out any further emails as the letters tend to be a bit overwhelming. Nate must have received contacts from over forty schools. Nate is thrilled!
- Parent
Patti Meringer
I can't tell you how thankful we are by signing on with your program. The response back to us from your solicitations is truly overwhelming. I never expected such a response from such a broad range of schools. This has been the best investment we have made in Patti. Currently the list (by division) is:1) St. Peters - Jersey City D-1 Full Ride 2) Drexel - Philadelphia D-1 3/4 scholarship still working balance 3) Fairfield University - Fairfield CT - D1 - 3/4 scholar ship balance in negotiation 4) Sacred Heart - Fairfield CT - D1 - Full ride 5) Pace - Westchester City, NY - D2 Full ride 6) Adelphi - Long Is and D2 3/4 scholarship and balance being worked7) Catholic University - Washington DC - D3 1/2 paid by academic working w/Coach 8) University of Scranton - D3 recently added to list by acceptance awaiting $$ offer 9) William Paterson University - D3 - Full ride (academically) Believe it or not, this is the "short list" Your marketing overwhelmed us with responses and considerations.
- Parent
Emily Linn
Just wanted to give you an update on Emily. She has signed a NLI with the University of Hartford to play for them next year and she received a full scholarship worth $29,000. They are a division1 team in the America East Conference. Emily received other offers from the University of Akron, Elon University and Queens University of Charlotte. She chose Hartford based on the scholarship award, proximity to our home, great business school and a very good coach. The Hartford offer was last minute and we only just made the early signing deadline. The Hartford coach learned about Emily through the CSA-PrepStar profiles you sent out.
- Parent
Michael McCalib
We obtained the services of CSA-PrepStar back in November because we had not had one single college contact and were getting a little concerned. Now that Michael has made his decision, I can tell you we had around 20-25 schools cont act him and of those, only 2 did NOT get his name from CSA. I really don’t know where Michael would be going to school had we not used the recruitment service. We thought th at just playing for the Heat would be enough to get recruited, and he pitched very well in some games where there were scouts. But when we had no contacts by Sept ember, we made a CD of Michael pitching and sent it out to about 30 schools. We still had no contacts by November so we hired CSA. Honestly, my only regret is that we didn’t get him in the system sooner. If you feel you need a recruitment service to help I highly recommend CSA.
- Dave and Karen McCalib
Chuck Mcdade
We started with CSA-PrepStar in the Middle of December 2006. Chuck signed on February 7th 2007, for a 100% Full Ride Scholarship with Nicholls State a Division 1-AA College in the Southland Conference! We had our pick of Colleges to choose from for his Campus Visits! All the Colleges he visited offered him 100% Full Rides. I was so very worried when we starting so late in his Senior Year. We knew we had to make some aggressive move s really fast. CSA-PrepStar changed everything for him. Within 2 weeks we started getting phone calls and e-mails! It was the most wonderful thing to see happening. That is one of the Best Tools to use on CSA-PrepStar to get your child out there and seen. This has been the greatest experience ever. I would highly recommend CSA-PrepStar and advise parents to please start in their Child's Junior Year if not sooner.
- Timi Finley John
Sarah Welty
Sarah signed her National Letter of Intent to Brigham Young University in Hawaii on the signing day, 2/7/07. Just wanted to let you know and thank you for all your help. Could you please update her profile to show that info. We are still getting calls and a lot of emails and mail from different colleges and want to let all of them know that we have made our decision.
- Parent
Sean Creadick
As of today, Sean has received over 40 letters! He has heard from many of his top 20 schools like UCLA, Boise State, Georgia, Ohio State and Florida. He has received correspondence from all of the Ivys and the military academies. Boise State has written several times and BYU, not one of his choices, has sent about four letters and has invited him to attend spring practice and Junior Day. To be honest, it's pretty overwhelming to fill out all of this paperwork for each school. Once again, thanks to CSA-PrepStar and you for your good work. It is really paying off for Sean. Hopefully he will do well at the Nike Camp at USC.
- Parent
Russell Carr
Could you please send some more info to Cal since Russell is highly interested in Cal and they also send him information regularly. Russell also said, he was going to call you regarding his invite that he is excited about from USC. The coach that corresponded with Russell is the offensive coach which sounds like they like him as a wide r receiver. Thank you for forwarding information to BYU, Russell told me this morning that he spoke to the coach at BYU and they said, they throw the ball a lot. In my humble opinion, you cannot market your kid enough and that is what I tell all parents that asked me about the services that CSA-Prepstar has provided our son. After all the first call from USC came from your personal contact.
- Parent
Scott Hofer
I thought you'd like to know the great news that Scott will be playing baseball for the University of Chicago next year! He was thrilled to get the admissions packet in the mail today. Things have worked out exactly as we hoped -- the exposure through CSA-Prepstar provided the opportunity for him to attend a top 20 college! Thanks, again, for your support.
- Parent
Caitlin Colesanti
Caitlin committed early decision to Williams College. As you know, her strategy was to leverage athletics for the best academic opportunity. As it turned out thanks to you and CSA, Caitlin had a number of great opportunities in all Division’s and was being seriously pursued by Yale, UPenn, Middlebury, Holy Cross, Johns Hopkins, Elon, Mercer, Iona, Hamilton, Sacred Heart, Rider, Carnegie Mellon and Swarthmore. From this list her top 5 were Williams, Yale, Johns Hopkins, Holy Cross and Middlebury and sh e did the official visits. South Carolina, Albany, Pace and others expressed serious interest. She was still receiving calls from coaches as of last night as a result of the last CSA-PrepStar posting. We think she made a great decision and are extremely proud.
- Parent
Mike Vandenberg
Mike has a full scholarship offer from New Mexico and a 'grey shirt' offer from Boise State, meaning the scholarship starts January 2006. That's 2 D1 scholarship offers. Eastern Washington and Cal Poly SLO have offered partial scholarships (55-65%) they are both D1-AA schools and can split scholarships. Humboldt Stat e has also offered a partial scholarship (25-30%) they are a D2 school. Mike has official trip offers from New Mexico, Boise State, Easter n Washington and Cal Poly. We had a few discussions with San Jose State. They do not have a scholarship for Mike but like him very much. If he 'walked on' this year, he would get a scholarship next year. Thanks for all the help you gave Mike and our family.
- Parent
Chris Minck
Just thought you would like to get an update on Chris. He is starting for Kenyon College basketball at the point guard position. So far, a very young team is off to a slow start but Chris is averaging about 25 minutes /game, 5.4 pts and has an assist to turnover ratio of 24 a assists /15 t/os , best on the team. In addition, fall baseball went very well and he will be playing baseball at Kenyon as well and ha s a chance to be the starting CF. As you know Kenyon found Chris through CSA , so once again thanks since he is having a great time , getting a super education and still playing ball.
- Parent
Brendan Smith
Colleen and I want to take this time to thank CSA-PrepStar its time and service. Brendan has accepted a Football scholarship from Northwestern University Brendan had a very successful season. Your service sure does work as we have had several conversations with DIAA colleges. Wofford College in South Carolina and Indiana State are just two examples of colleges that named CSA-PrepStar as the initial point of contact.
- Parent
Melanie DeLeon
Melanie accepted the University of Nevada at Reno's offer for full golf scholarship. The Saugus High athletic director, Mr. Miner is scheduling a signing at the campus. She received full offers from: San Jose State, Fresno State,, UC Riverside and partial scholarships (more than 50%) from Cal State Long Beach, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, University of San Francisco. CSA-PrepStar really helped with exposing Melanie to the mid-west and eastern schools as well. Thanks for all the help CSA-PrepStar has provided!
- Parent
Kristin Holmes
My daughter Kristin is a promising Track & Field athlete at Claremont High School. In May 2004 near the end of her junior year, Kristin signed on with CS A and the results have been overwhelming! Kris has been contacted by over 40 Division I schools, several offering full scholarships. Kristin has four official visits scheduled on consecutive weekends October through November and will be attending the University of her choice next year. In addition to a very informative and professional profile mailed to schools in virtually every region of the country, the profile can also be viewed on the CSA-PrepStar website. I would urge any parent to enlist the help of CSA. They really know how to put kids on the scholarship radar screen!
- Parent
Britni McCaskill
We just want to thank you for the exposure you have provided our daughter through CSA. We knew she was an excellent student and a strong athlete but we did not know how to package this and present it to colleges and universities. Your program took that worry away from us. Almost immediately Britni began receiving volumes of letters and phone calls from coaches at colleges and universities across the country. We were amazed and Britni was delighted that she had so many choices. She had college scholarship offers ranging from $4,000-$32,000. We are grateful for your program and would recommend it to any parent and student athlete that is interested in continuing their sport at the collegiate level. Take it from us CSA-PrepStar is well worth the investment!
- Parent
Tim Certosimo
Tim signed with Elmira College this weekend. The school is excellent and the coach really helped with the financial aid package. The package totaled $22,000 per year. Thanks for your help and if CSA-PrepStar ever needs a recommendation I would gladly help. Your company is the best!
- Parent
Caitlin Winey
Caitlin gave a verbal commitment last night to Arkansas State University for a 4 year full-ride track and field scholarship. She absolutely loves the school and I can say for sure, that it would not have been on our radar at all. Arkansas was one of the schools recruiting her that received their info on Caitlin from you. Although Caitlin did get a few partial-ride offers from coaches who saw her at the state meet, the majority of recruitments came to her through CSA. Her best scholarship offers all came from schools who received profiles from you. The fee we paid CSA-PrepStar has turned into an $80,000 gift to our family.
- Parent
Jessie Lucier
My name is Jessie Lucier and I am currently a freshman at Harvard University. Last year CSA-PrepStar Prepstar helped me get into the college of my choice. CSA-Prepstar aided me in the recruiting process for women's pole vaulting to get the attention of a number of schools. I chose Harvard and have just finished a successful freshmen year pole vaulting on the Crimson track team. Thanks for all your assistance and I hope others that use your service are as happy as I was.
- Jessie Lucier
Andrea Vangoss
During my high school career, I was a big fish in a small pond. I had the grades and the talent but I didn’t receive the exposure I needed for college coaches to notice me. That was when my dad found out about CSA. The service was unbelievable! Not only was I getting the spotlight I needed, but I was getting results as well. Questionnaires were sent to me from different colleges and also I received letters from out of state colleges as well. In the middle of the process I had received more than 40 different letters from schools asking about my background and if I was interested in attending their college. I also had many coaches calling my house to see if I was interested in their program. I decided to enroll at Jackson State University in Jackson Mississippi. Now as a freshman I am proud to say I am attending a Division I University on a scholarship that covers more than 80% of my costs.
- Andrea Vangoss
Greg Schuster
Greg has verbally committed to Liberty University. We are still getting a lot of attention from Wisconsin and Southern Miss, as well as Wofford and Richmond. Hence, it probably makes sense to stop the CSA-PrepStar mailings. We appreciate everything you guys have done and we will happily act as a reference for you and CSA-PrepStar anytime. It surely worked for us.
- Parent
T.J. Franco
I cannot stress enough how important it is to make sure college coaches are aware of your talents as a college prospect. Before enrolling with CSA-PrepStar I had heard from only a handful of small local colleges. Within one month after using CSA’s service I heard from over 50 colleges from coast to coast and before all was said and done I received letters and phone calls for over 100 colleges. None of this would have happened had I relied on my high school coach to help me get recruited. CSA-PrepStar was the best investment my parents ever made for me. Not only did I receive a great college education from a great university, I was able to play college baseball and get drafted to play professional ball for the Oakland A’s.
- T.J. Franco
Jonathan Duncan
Hello, CSA-PrepStar PrepStar helped our son Jonathan Duncan secure a scholarship to CSU in Baseball, it was great and probably the best $2,000 I ever spent. I am writing to you about a young man named Troy Picker, a senior, who plays baseball for Granger High in West Valley City, Utah. He plays shortstop and bats 392 and has a GPA of 3.6 or better. Do you have a rep here in Utah?
- Bob Duncan
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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!
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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.