AthleticScholarships.com Recruiting Guidelines Reveal Ideal Stats for Men's Ice Hockey Recruits

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New men's hockey recruiting guidelines from AthleticScholarships.com outlines the ideal stats that college hockey coaches and recruiters are actively looking for. These guidelines were created using data from a number of sources including coaches, recruiters, college rosters and recruited ice hockey athletes.

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Some recruits will fall short in one category or another, but excel greatly in the next.

Leading provider of college recruitment data and athletic scholarship statistics, AthleticScholarships.com has recently published men's ice hockey recruiting guidelines for Division I, II and III schools. The guidelines provide an overview of what college ice hockey coaches and program coordinators consider to be the model statistics for high level, 5-star recruits.

However, recruitment experts like Rick McDole, Director of Recruiting Operations at NCSA Athletic Recruiting Network, stress that it isn't necessary that recruits meet all the stats listed. "Some recruits will fall short in one category or another, but excel greatly in the next," said McDole.

Players that meet some or most of the requirements will still likely generate interest among men's ice hockey recruiters and coaches. The most important take away for student athletes and their parents is to use the guidelines to better understand what it is that coaches look for in a player and what the recruitment process include.

The men's ice hockey recruiting guidelines were created using information provided by numerous sources, including college ice hockey coaches from around the U.S., student athletes who have been recruited by college ice hockey programs and college rosters.

Men's Ice Hockey Recruitment Stats for High Level High School Players

Division I

  •     Junior A Hockey
  •     Prep school attendance
  •     AAA Midget
  •     Participation at USA Hockey Development Camps/Festivals
  •     Men's Ice Hockey College Statistics

o    58 NCAA Division I Schools
o    18 Scholarship Opportunities (per school)
o    1,609 Student Athletes at NCAA Division I schools

Division II

  •     Junior A or B Hockey
  •     Prep school attendance
  •     AAA Midget
  •     Participation at USA Hockey Development Camps/Festivals
  •     Men's Ice Hockey College Statistics

o    6 NCAA Division II Schools
o    13.5 Scholarship Opportunities (per school)
o    222 Student Athletes at NCAA Division II schools

Division III

  •     Junior A or B Hockey
  •     Prep school attendance
  •     AAA Midget
  •     Participation at USA Hockey Development Camps/Festivals
  •     Men's Ice Hockey College Statistics

o    72 NCAA Division III Schools
o    2,270 Student Athletes at NCAA Division III schools

Preferred Grades for Men's Basketball Recruits at All Division Levels

  •     3.0+ GPA
  •     ACT score of 24 or higher
  •     SAT score of 1000 or higher

To get more information on men's ice hockey recruiting, women's ice hockey recruiting or athletic scholarship statistics in states, divisions and schools across the country, please visit: AthleticScholarships.com

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AthleticScholarships.com is a leading provider of college athletic scholarship statistics and recruitment information. The organization helps student athletes identify opportunities and make connections with recruiters across the country by gathering stats on a wide variety of men's and women's sports and delivering the information in an easily searchable format that allows users to search by sport, state, division and school.

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