What are the benefits of Stanford University athletes

College sport with MONACO SPORT scholarship

College sports associations

There are two organizations or associations that are responsible for the game operation and for the division of the leagues: theNCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) and theNAIA(National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics).

 

There are three divisions in the NCAA. The classification is based on the size and not the skill level of the university. In each league there are different sporting levels, so athletes in each division direction Professional sport can develop.

goal ofCollege sports federations is the character development of athletes with a sports scholarship in the USA. So on this point you are entering into a symbiosis with the philosophy of US colleges. Here you can find out about the "core values" that a sports scholarship holder should develop in the course of their studies in the USA.

Why Are There Sports Scholarships In The United States?

  • In total, more than 2000 universities offer sports scholarships in 25 different sports.
  • In 2015, universities used over $ 3 billion in scholarship funds to strengthen the teams.
  • Sports teams are advertising media and marketing tools for the mostly private universities.
  • Popular universities usually receive more registrations and thus more income.
Number of participating universities
  • 1092 Colleges in NCAA Division I, II, III
  • 245 universities in the NAIA

Which sports are possible?

Select your sport in the header of our website for specific information. If this is not included, we will be happy to inform you about it. Just talk to us.

A video is worth a thousand words

  • 1020 FORMER, CURRENT AND FUTURE STUDENT ATHLETES WERE REPRESENTED AT THE GAMES IN RIO 2016
  • 56OLYMPIC MEDALS WON ALONE THE ATHLETES OF STANFORD UNIVERSITY IN RIO 2016

Well-known athletes with scholarships past

  • Michael Jordan (basketball legend, formerly University of North Carolina)
  • Tiger Woods (Golf Legend, formerly Stanford University)
  • Fabian Herbers (Soccer, professional at Chicago Fire, formerly Creighton University)
  • Sandra Gal (golf, professional on the LPGA Tour, formerly University of Florida)
  • Benjamin Becker (tennis, Davis Cup player and top 50 world ranking, formerly Baylor University)
  • Lena Petermann (soccer, national player, former University of Central Florida)

 

Please read on and find out what advantages there are for you as a sports scholarship holder.