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Jr. Irish Players on Campus

Sam Kambol Ball State University NCAA I
Taylor Pooley Ball State University NCAA I
Jacob  DeVarona Bethel College NAIA
Alex Karamitsos Bethel College NAIA
Isaac Nunez Bethel College NAIA
Richard Ontiveros Bethel College NAIA
Alex Rodela Bethel College NAIA
Emily Smithberger Bethel College NAIA
Janae Willis Bethel College NAIA
Morgan Scott Calvin College NCAA III
Sydney Fuller Concordia University NCAA III
Kamra Solomon Furman University NCAA I
Noah Craig Gordon College NCAA III
Ashley McCoige Goshen College NAIA
Ethan Koselak Grace College NAIA
Lauren Cernak Holy Cross College NAIA
Elmin Ejup Holy Cross College NAIA
Marivel Lopez Holy Cross College NAIA
Renee Montgomery Holy Cross College NAIA
Patton Snyder Holy Cross College NAIA
Brooke Strickland Holy Cross College NAIA
Matteus Webb Holy Cross College NAIA
Alessandra Castaneda Indiana Wesleyan University NAIA
Sam Castaneda Indiana Wesleyan University NAIA
Maya Lacognato IUPUI NCAA I
Mateusz Gibiec Lawrence Technica Institute NAIA
Samuel Adkins Mount Vernon Nazarene NAIA
Bryant Echeverria Mount Vernon Nazarene  
Lefteri Fegaras Purdue - Fort Wayne NCAA I
Haylee Shehan Saint Mary's College NCAA III
Macy Llewellyn Siena Heights University NAIA
Malorie Henderlong Spring Arbor University NAIA
Savannah Day Trine University NCAA III
Alex Jasper Trine University NCAA III
Madisyn Cordriet University of Illinois-Springfield NCAA II
Heather Roeder University of Indianapolis NCAA II
Shannon Hendricks University of Notre Dame NCAA I
Megan McLaughlin University of Notre Dame NCAA I
Brey Baltazar University of Saint Francis NAIA
Kennedy Binkley University of Saint Francis NAIA
Hannah Ehrhardt University of Saint Francis NAIA
Woodruff Jacob University of Saint Francis NAIA
Jade Thompson University of Saint Francis NAIA
Melanie Xouris University of Saint Francis NAIA
Shannon Hutchinson Ursuline College NCAA III
Scott Josh Wabash College NCAA III
Mary Clare Burnett Western Michigan University NCAA I
MacKenzie Mason Wittenberg University NCAA III

College Recruiting is a long and sometimes confusing process.  This page is designed to help you along the process.  Chose a tab in the left for up to date information.

Below is a list of helpful links to help you in the recruitment process.

The NCAA eligibility Center

The NAIA Eligibility Center

List of all NCAA Institutions

The College Board 


Top 10 Recruiting Tips


1.  Register (if you have not already) for the NCAA clearinghouse.   Respond to EVERY email a coach sends, even if it's a school you are not interested in.  Coaches talk and you don't want to have a "snobby" reputation.

3.  Be proactive with all schools on your top list.  Send them an email, a letter in the mail, a resume, Holiday card, like them on Facebook, follow them on Twitter, congratulate them on wins or recruit signings, constant updates, and your transcripts.  It will let them know how serious you are.

4.  Research Winter ID camps at the schools you are interested.  This is a pretty new recruiting strategy and lots of programs are holding them.  They have to take everyone that registers so d not procrastinate.  Most of the time, an ID camp involves a campus tour and other activities.  Perfect time to meet the coach and have them be involved in your training.  

5.  Protect yourself on social media.  Coaches are like private investigators.  They search for you on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, etc to find out more about you.  Even an innocent conversation on Twitter can turn a coach away.  Never use offensive language or say mean things to a friend, not everyone knows you are friends…..

6.  Always reach out to coaches who are attending an event multiple times.  1) send them an email that you are playing at this event.  2) the day the schedule is announced, send them a schedule and say "I hope you can make it".  3) Send an email the week of reminding them of your interest.  4) follow up the week after with a recap of your games and the results.           

7.  When you play away games, see if you can leave a little early and visit a campus close by.  Memphis Tennessee has multiple schools right there and some are pretty strong!

8.  This is a link to every NCAA school in the country by conference:

9.  The NAIA website:

10.  Be realistic about your ability to play at certain schools.  You need to see as many college games as you can.  Get on line and see if the school has games on line.  Check the spring schedules and make an effort to see games.