Offered primarily to females, with a limited number of opportunities for males, College Volleyball Scholarships are also limited by the number of Colleges that offer Volleyball as a College sport. If you are an International Student Athlete looking to secure a College Volleyball Scholarship, you must be prepared early, ideally from 9th grade to maximize your opportunities.

You must have yourself well presented and professionally marketed to College Volleyball coaches, with State, National and International level competition being a significant advantage in your ability to portray your skills by verifiable video achievements at the highest levels.

Your academic grades need to be considered too, as different Divisions have different Academic qualification criteria. Academic grades are the backbone of your College experience, perform well in the classroom and you can play on the team. High School grades and SAT exam results can be used to your advantage to secure a combination of Academic and Athletic Scholarship. To learn more about securing a Volleyball Scholarship to a North American College, please connect with us via connect@athletesdream.com

HISTORY
Women’s Collegiate Volleyball was one of twelve sports added to the NCAA championship roster in the 1981-1982 season. From 1970 through 1980, the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women governed Women’s Volleyball. Women’s Volleyball is now one of the most hotly contested NCAA sports with annual tournaments conducted in NCAA Division I, II and III. Women’s Volleyball is a Fall Sport while the Men’s Volleyball is conducted as a Spring Sport. Until the 2011-2012 Season, Men’s Collegiate Volleyball had no official structure by division.

Today an annual, yet shortened tournament is conducted in NCAA Division I, II and III. The powerhouse colleges of the Pacific Coast have traditionally dominated this sport. If you are interested to learn more about NCAA, NAIA or NJCAA Volleyball Scholarships, please reach out to our team as we will be pleased to discuss this opportunity with you and evaluate where you may qualify.