The following links are resources for those players interested in learning more about the collegiate recruiting process and taking their game to the collegiate level.
IWLCA Recruiting Page
(Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association)
College Bound Student Athlete Guide
Decided you would like to pursue playing a sport in college? This document outlines everything you need to know and do in order to be eligible and ready for the recruiting process for Division I and II schools.
Page 23 of this document outlines the Recruiting Regulations that must be followed by Collegiate Coaches, Prospective Student Athletes, and their parents.
NCAA Eligibility Center
Once you have decided to pursue collegiate athletics, you will need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center. This site will walk you through the registration process and then keep you on track with NCAA Eligibility through the remainder of your HS career. This site also has helpful information about Division I, II and III athletics as well as basic information for potential collegiate student athletes and their parents.
NCAA Recruiting Facts
Stat & Fact Breakdown for Division I,II and III.
The NCAA’s webpage. The Student-Athlete Tab is especially helpful.
USLacrosse.org & US Lacrosse Girls College Recruiting Guidebook
US Lacrosse is the national governing body of lacrosse. Rules for the collegiate, HS and youth game can be found here as well as links to several other helpful topics.
See the teams in each Division of the game and their schedules and rankings. From Division I, II, III, Junior College and Club Programs.
Women’s Collegiate Lacrosse League
This league includes Women’s Collegiate Club Lacrosse programs for 47 Universities. There are over 250 Women’s club programs across the country, this is just an example of one of the leagues.