Publishes Division II & III Women's Lacrosse Recruiting Guidelines

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Get Information on Athletic Scholarships for Every Sport has recently published Division II and III women's lacrosse recruiting guidelines. The analysis of this data reveals the ideal stats for women's lacrosse players that are chosen to play at the Division II and III collegiate level. However, Division II and III lacrosse recruiters and coaches stress that recruiting isn’t an exact science and competition is very high for Division II and III women's lacrosse. Using the guidelines student athletes can gain a better understanding of the recruitment process and improve their odds of getting a position on a Division II or Division III women's lacrosse team. used various sources to gather data for the guidelines, including hundreds of women's lacrosse recruits, college lacrosse coaches throughout the country and college rosters.

Division II and III Women's Lacrosse Recruitment Stats

  •         High school All-Region/Conference/Sectional Honors
  •         Varsity starter
  •         Participation in IWLCA Sponsored Events
  •         Club experience is strongly preferred
  •         Summer camp participation is strongly preferred:

o    Penn Elite Camp
o    Players Choice Lacrosse Camp
o    Elite 300 Premier Camp

Skills Assessed by College Coaches for Lacrosse Positions at All Levels


  •         Shot speed
  •         Shot accuracy
  •         Strong scoring ability
  •         Stick handling
  •         Ball movement
  •         Passing ability


  •         Scoring ability
  •         Speed and agility
  •         Shortstick and longstick handling
  •         Strong passing ability


  •         Take-aways
  •         Ground balls
  •         Size and speed
  •         Checking ability
  •         Passing and clearing ability


  •         Stick handling
  •         Reaction time
  •         Clearing ability
  •         Body positioning
  •         Shot defense
  •         Angle Play defense

Preferred Grades for Division II and III Women's Lacrosse Recruits

  •         3.0 GPA
  •         ACT score of 24 or higher
  •         SAT score of 1100+ out of a possible 1600

To get more information on lacrosse recruiting, including men's lacrosse and athletic scholarship statistics in states, divisions and schools across the country, please visit:

About 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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