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I want to play a college d1 sport but I don't think i'm ready for a top d1 college is there any sneaky colleges that are pretty easy to play d1?

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2 years ago[edited]

Hi @Trent_K,

I would say that smaller schools typically will be easier to get into than more well-known, highly nationally ranked schools.

I've linked some blog posts below to help you with your search!

Complete List of NCAA I II and III colleges

How to get an athletic scholarship

D1 vs. D2 vs. D3

Hope this helps!

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2 years ago

If you don't have a particular sport in mind I'd suggest maybe looking into rowing especially if you are a girl. IU has D1 rowing and they accept novices.

https://iuhoosiers.com/sports/2019/6/25/novice-rowing.aspx

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