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Competes in State and Local Tournaments Division II Handicap: Equal to or < 10 18 Hole Average: 85 or under Competes in State and Local Tournaments Preferred Tournaments (AJGA, FCWT, USGA) **Some Division II coaches require Division I standards Division III Handicap: Equal to or < 15 18 Hole Average: 95 or under Competes in State and Local Tournaments Preferred Tournaments (AJGA, FCWT, USGA) **Some Division III coaches require Division I standards NAIA Top NAIA Handicap: Equal to or < 10 18 Hole Average: 85 or under Competes in State and Local Tournaments Preferred Tournaments (AJGA, FCWT, USGA) Lower NAIA Handicap: Equal to or < 15 18 Hole Average: 95 or under Competes in State and Local Tournaments Preferred Tournaments (AJGA, FCWT, USGA) **Some NAIA coaches require Division I standards Note: On average, the NCSA women’s golfers that have moved on to compete at the next level had a handicap of (9.6), an 18-hole average of (83.7), and a grade point average of (3.42). These student-athletes also competed in national tournaments such as AJGA, FCWT, and USGA, along with state and local tournaments.

Ice Hockey

Men’s Recruiting Guidelines A men’s hockey player only qualifies for the NCSA program if he has played at any or all of the following levels: • Junior A or B (Junior A is preferable) • Prep School (most are on the east coast) • USA Hockey Development Camps/Festivals • AAA Midget (minimum requirement) In addition to having this hockey experience, a men’s hockey family must also recognize how difficult it is to play college hockey at the Division I or Division III level (there is not really Division II hockey those schools play against Division III competition -, or NAIA). There

Sports Specific Recruiting Guide  
Sports Specific Recruiting Guide  

Recruiting Guidelines

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