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Scholarship & Recruiting Information by College Sport Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. What does it mean for field hockey to be an equivalency sport?

Question 2 2. What does 'equivalency sport' mean?

Question 3 3. Roughly how many four-year institutions offer bowling scholarships?

Question 4 4. Wrestling coaches can divide scholarships up between players, making it a(n) _____.

Question 5 5. This association governs athletic programs at almost 300 small four-year colleges located throughout the U.S. and Canada:

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Question 6 6. Which two divisions do not offer any scholarships to women's teams?

Question 7 7. About _____ of high school swimmers continue swimming at the college level.

Question 8 8. How can someone seeking a soccer scholarship improve their visibility with college coaches?

Question 9 9. How many scholarships can NCAA Division I schools offer for men's water polo teams?

Question 10 10. Division I schools in the NCAA can offer how many tennis scholarships?

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Question 11 11. Which of the following divisions does NOT offer skiing scholarships?

Question 12 12. To make yourself an attractive recruit to college gymnastics coaches, it is important to be good at which events?

Question 13 13. Golf being an equivalency sport means _____.

Question 14 14. You are pursuing a college football scholarship. How many official recruiting visits do you get to NCAA Division I & II schools?

Question 15 15. What type of team should you play on if you hope to get noticed by college coaches?

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Question 16 16. Track and field shares its allotted scholarship total with what other sport?

Question 17 17. How many scholarships can Division III schools offer?

Question 18 18. Which of the following divisions offers no scholarships in cross country?

Question 19 19. What does it mean for softball to be an equivalency sport?

Question 20 20. Which of the following can be helpful in the recruiting process?

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Question 21 21. How many scholarships are available to men's rowing in Division I?

Question 22 22. What would be an average score that could help you get a bowling scholarship?

Question 23 23. How many scholarships are available for female wrestlers at the college level?

Question 24 24. Baseball scholarship money goes into one 'pot' that the school can divide between players as the school chooses. This practice is known as:

Question 25 25. How many scholarships can NCAA Division I & II schools offer for men's volleyball?

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Question 26 26. Schools in what Division offer no scholarships?

Question 27 27. More than _____ schools have collegiate soccer teams.

Question 28 28. Which of the following NCAA Divisions does not offer scholarships?

Question 29 29. The largest association governing tennis schools' programs is the _____.

Question 30 30. Skiing scholarships can be divided up among as many skiers as a coach pleases. This type of practice makes skiing a _____.

Scholarship & Recruiting Information by College Sport Chapter Exam Instructions

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