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Soccer Scholarships in the United States are available across NCAA division I & Division II. Within these organisations both mens and womens soccer are equivalency sports, this means that the coaches are not required to give out full scholarships to their Student- Athletes. 


From this, in both the NCAA Division I & II, the head coach of the soccer programme has the choice to distribute their money however they please whether that be through full scholarships (100%) or however he/she sees fit depending on the Students Athletic and Academic ability. The coach will also be looking and asking relevant questions surrounding the athlete to make sure he/she is the right fit for their programme and university. 

The NCAA Division III is slightly different to the other two, they do not offer Athletic scholarships to any of their students. This isn't something any prospective Student- Athletes should be worried about as they do offer academic scholarships to their players. So performing to the best of your ability inside the classroom will help boost your chances of receiving a significant academic scholarship. If a coach sees a player that he/she thinks would fit perfectly into their program they will then do their best to accommodate that player with whatever that player may need. 

The NAIA have their own variations to how they distribute scholarships across their Soccer roster. Again much like the NCAA both mens and womens soccer are equivalency sports so the scholarships will be spread across the roster however the coach sees fit. 


The Junior College route can sometimes be best for many Student- Athletes. These two year colleges are a great way to save money on university costs while gaining some experience before stepping into the 4 year University System. Each Junior College men's and women's programmes offer more scholarships to distribute across their roster. 


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Tennis

Tennis Scholarships are available across the NCAA Division I & II, NAIA, and Junior Colleges. Tennis is also an equivalency sport, this means that the coaches are not required to give out full scholarships to their Student- Athletes.


The NCAA Division I scholarships for both men and women can be distributed however the coach sees suitable for his program. This comes down to the athletic performance and also academic performance of the Student- Athlete. This is where the SAT results can be highly valuable in achieving academic scholarship alongside the athletic scholarship. Not all Division I schools will offer Athletic Scholarships for Tennis, though. Even though they are eligible to offer Ivy League Schools choose not to. 

As previously mentioned Tennis is an equivalency sport so in the NCAA Division II scholarships can be distributed however the coach sees suitable for his program. This comes down to the athletic performance and also academic performance of the Student- Athlete. This is where the SAT results can be highly valuable in achieving academic scholarship alongside the athletic scholarship. 


The NCAA Division III is the same format across all sports, they do not offer Athletic scholarships to any of their students. This isn't something any prospective Student- Athletes should be worried about as they do offer Academic Scholarships to their players. So performing to the best of your ability inside the classroom will help boost your chances of receiving a significant academic scholarship. If a coach sees a player that he thinks would fit in perfectly into his program he will do his best to accommodate that player with whatever that player may need. 


The coaches within the NAIA again have the final decision with which athlete they decide on giving athletic scholarship to. This comes down to the athletic performance and also academic performance of the Student- Athlete. This is where the SAT results can be highly valuable in achieving academic scholarship alongside the athletic scholarship. 


The Junior College route can sometimes be best for many Student- Athletes. These two year colleges are a great way to save money on University costs while gaining some experience before stepping into the 4 year University System. 

Head to our 'Apply' page to start your tennis scholarship journey today!

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Golf

Golf Scholarships are available across the NCAA Division I & II, NAIA, and Junior Colleges. Did you know that roughly 70% of the current players on the USPGA played college golf? Showing that a Golf scholarship is the main pathway into a professional career. Competing on a daily basis, and playing at some of the best courses in the world is a huge advantage when trying to improve your overall Golf game. 


With Golf within the NCAA Division I being an equivalency sport the scholarships are distributed however the coach sees suitable for his program. This comes down to the athletic performance and also academic performance of the Student- Athlete. This is where the SAT results can be highly valuable in achieving academic scholarship alongside the athletic scholarship. Not all Division I schools will offer Athletic Scholarships for Golf, though. Even though they are eligible to offer Ivy League Schools choose not to.
Men’s average Scores on courses above 6,800 yards: Low End: 65, High End: 75

Women’s average Scores on courses above 6,800 yards: Low End: 66, High End: 78

Again, with Golf in NCAA Division II being an equivalency sport, the teams scholarships are distributed however the coach sees suitable for his program. This comes down to the athletic performance and also academic performance of the Student- Athlete. This is where the SAT results can be highly valuable in achieving academic scholarship alongside the athletic scholarship.
Men’s average Scores on courses above 6,800 yards: Low End: 67, High End: 77

Women’s average Scores on courses above 6,800 yards: Low End: 68, High End: 82

The NCAA Division III is the same format across all sports, they do not offer Athletic scholarships to any of their students. This isn't something any prospective Student- Athletes should be worried about as they do offer Academic Scholarships to their players. So performing to the best of your ability inside the classroom will help boost your chances of receiving a significant academic scholarship. If a coach sees a player that he thinks would fit in perfectly into his program he will do his best to accommodate that player with whatever that player may need. 

Men’s average Scores on courses above 6,800 yards: Low End: 68, High End: 79

Women’s average Scores on courses above 6,800 yards: Low End: 68, High End: 79



The Scholarships in the NAIA are given out the same way being distributed however the coach sees suitable for his program. This comes down to the athletic performance and also academic performance of the Student- Athlete. This is where the SAT results can be highly valuable in achieving academic scholarship alongside the athletic scholarship. 

Men’s average Scores on courses above 6,800 yards: Low End: 70, High End: 83

Women’s average Scores on courses above 6,800 yards: Low End: 75, High End: 92



The Junior College’s offer 8 full scholarships per team, this can be distributed however the coach sees suitable for his program. This comes down to the athletic performance and also academic performance of the Student- Athlete. The Junior College route can sometimes be best for many Student- Athletes. These two year colleges are a great way to save money on University costs while gaining some experience before stepping into the 4 year University System. 

Men’s average Scores on courses above 6,800 yards: Low End: 68, High End: 85

Women’s average Scores on courses above 6,800 yards: Low End: 68, High End: 95



Head to our 'Apply' page to start your golf scholarship journey today!

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