AM I FAST ENOUGH - TRACK AND FIELD RECRUITING STANDARDS

TRACK AND FIELD RECRUITING STANDARDS

TRACK AND FIELD SCHOLARSHIPS

Want to know what you need to run, jump or throw to get the attention of the schools of your dreams? I have provided links to numerous schools below. Most indicate what performance they require from you to either walk-on or gain an athletic scholarship.

I would caution you to take this information with a gigantic grain of salt. Many program’s list of published standards is more their dream wish list as opposed to their actual line in the sand list. Numerous programs list rather stringent walk-on standards, but a simply quick perusal of their teams performances at www.tfrrs.org will clearly show that many athletes in their program (regardless of year in college) are incapable of hitting the listed walk-on standard expected of high school athletes.

My point – don’t be discouraged if you don’t hit their published marks – just keep improving and striving toward that mark. Use the recruiting process to sell yourself effectively! However, if you are not anywhere near their walk-on times, you may want to consider other options.

MIT Track and Field Recruiting Standards

University of Alabama Recruiting Standards:

Harvard Track and Field Recruiting Standards:

University of Michigan Track and Field Recruiting Standards

Columbia University Track and Field Recruiting Standards

University of Miami Track and Field Recruiting Standards

Purdue University Track and Field Recruiting Standards

Western Carolina University Track and Field Recruiting Standards

University of North Carolina Track and Field Recruiting Standards

Liberty University Track and Field Recruiting Standards

Cal-Berkely Track and Field Recruiting Standards:

Auburn University Track and Field Recruiting Standards:

University of Iowa Track and Field Recruiting Standards:

Loyola University Track and Field Recruiting Standards

Dartmouth Track and Field Recruiting Standards:

Penn Track and Field Recruiting Standards:

Fast Track Recruiting Ivy League Track and Field Recruiting Standards