Tips for more college playing time.

Bigger college is not always better.  Division I or Division 2 schools do not always offer better opportunities, more playing time, or education than Division III or NAIA schools.

Start researching to get a feel for the different types of athletic programs, courses and campuses. A student-athlete should evaluate a wide range of schools.  Ask questions.  If you don’t know what questions to ask see our “Questions to ask coaches” links on our site. Pick and chose from the ones listed.

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