If you are still uncommitted by the start of fall ball, locate
showcase events for unsigned players. Also consider
hiring a recruiting company for help.
Register to take SAT/ACT tests
If you are uncommitted, continue to research college
clinics and camps
Continue to monitor and review career options. Are there
any changes in career outlooks for 5 to 6 years from
Narrow your list of schools to focus on to 5. You can now
take official visits. These visits are paid for by the school
(Division I and II only).
If you are still uncommitted by the summer, things are
not looking great for college softball. There is one last
hope – inquire about walk on players. Contact the
coaches at the top 15 schools on your list and ask about
the possibility of being a walk on player. Another
possibility is to look at junior colleges.
If you are committed, continue sending out update letters
to your coach every quarter or more frequently if they
September 1st: If still uncommitted, locate and enroll in
unsigned player showcases.
October 1st: Register to take SAT/ACT tests.
October 1st: Complete your career update review.
October 1st: Contact coaches and schedule official
November 1st: If you are currently uncommitted, sign
up for 4 or more college clinics for the fall/winter season.
The clinics should be held at schools you are interested
in but have previously not attended.
If committed, send update letters to your coach at least
Division II and Division III schools typically make offers in
Early signings (known as National Letter of Intent (NLI)
Signing Day) for Division I and Division II are held in
November and late signings are held in April.
August 1st is the last possible signing date for most
Our Mission: To help high school softball players find their way through the complex and confusing maze of identifying careers, finding colleges that are a good match, and navigating through the recuiting process.