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The Impact of Coronavirus on College Volleyball Recruiting

The NCAA recruiting rules are now different for each division level. NCAA D1 will return to normal recruiting rules on June 1, 2021. As of September 1, 2020, NCAA D2 and D3 have already resumed the regular recruiting rules. Stay on top of the latest news involving the extra year of eligibility for college athletes and how it impacts recruiting. See our full coronavirus resources section.

Volleyball is one of the fastest growing high school sports for women. In fact, the NFHS 2016–2017 participation survey found that a record-breaking 444,779 high school women participated in volleyball, and that number is still on the rise. With this increase in women’s volleyball players comes a highly competitive college recruiting landscape. Only 5.8% of high school volleyball players compete in college, and a mere 1% play at the D1 level.

For families wondering how to get recruited for volleyball, it’s important to acknowledge just how competitive volleyball recruiting is. With the rapid increase in volleyball participation and the growth of elite volleyball club teams, there are thousands of talented volleyball players seeking college scholarships. In this article, we provide families with a deep dive into how the college volleyball recruiting process really works, based on 10 years of experience in the college recruiting space and insider tips from former Division 1 volleyball coaches.

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