baseball scholarship

<p>What is the highest academic school that also gives a generous baseball scholarship?</p>

<p>go play for Rice</p>

<p>or Vanderbilt. You better be among the best in the country at baseball for either. And being male would help.</p>

<p>who knows? there's always a first for college baseball :)</p>

<p>Stanford, then probably Duke.</p>

<p>One of the guys at my high school got a contract with the Dodgers right out of high school. 900k his first year, more than the first round pick guys.</p>

<p>lets see my starting salary will probably be around $50-60,000. So 900,000/55000 = 16 years worth of work for one year. </p>

<p>Oh well, life isn't fair and we're the ones paying $50/seat to go watch a baseball game :)</p>

<p>I didn't know that Duke gave baseball scholarships. Which Ivy league schools do not give scholarships? HYP?</p>

<p>All of the ivies give no athletic scholarships. Duke is not a member of the ivy league.</p>

<p>OH. Thanks Redroses, Then it sounds like Duke, Vanderbilt, Rice, and Stanford are the best schools so far that give scholarships. Seems like the warm weather schools might be hard to get into due to year round baseball.</p>

<p>Any Northeastern schools with good scholarships?</p>

<p>If you get a baseball scholarship at one of those schools, you don't go out looking for it. You're already a nationally-recruited athlete who's being scouted by the pros and the baseball coaches come looking for you.</p>

<p>^ yeah, wait until you've been recruited by a bunch of colleges and then pick the best academic option out of those.</p>

<p>How do they know where to find you? Are there recommended programs to get involved with in the summer of your sophomore year?</p>

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<p>They'll know where to find you because if you're going to get a baseball scholarship from these places, you'll be making headlines in your area, state, nationally, etc. It's the job of a scout to recruit talented athletes, so they'll know about you if you're good enough.</p>

<p>Yes detroitgrl, there are summer camps where scouts see the potential recruits. If your coach doesn't know where/when (they usually have to suggest players) ask on the athletes board here.</p>

<p>Can't seem to locate the athlete's board. When does one start this pursuit in earnest?</p>