College Recruiting & Placement Process
EVJ is a nationally renowned program with well-established collegiate relationships throughout the US. We have helped more than 250 athletes get college scholarships to play volleyball. Our veteran staff is proactive in assessing our athlete's opportunities and consulting with families to help them find the right campus match. We help guide and support our high school athletes throughout the collegiate recruitment process.
EVJ is committed to providing opportunities through education, training, and elite tournament play to those players who have the desire and advanced ability to play collegiately. Finding the right “fit” academically, athletically, and personally is important and unique for each athlete. EVJ provides education for the parents and players by hosting "College Placement and Recruiting Process" seminars, along with current materials, in order to help families navigate their personal process.
Patti Snyder-Park (former ASU head women’s volleyball coach) and Myles Gabel (former SDSU head women’s volleyball coach) lead the college recruiting efforts for EVJ and they along with our other Recruiting Consultants (HS NCAA Core Course Counselors) are available as personal resources for EVJ athletes and their families.
EVJ Recruiting Consultants
Are you interested in playing volleyball in college? If so, tell us. EVJ has extensive (28 years) collegiate recruiting knowledge and experience. Our staff is well connected and is an amazing resource for our athletes. We are here as a guide and resource for all EVJ athletes. We do not offer fee based recruiting services.
EVJ's Commitment to Helping You:
Please find below links to a variety of resources we've compiled for you as you enter the recruiting process. We realize there are many recruiting services and we don't endorse any particular one. Our goal is to make you aware. If you know of a great resource not on this list, please email Rich Leo with the information.
SPOTLIGHT>See all of the college volleyball programs that are recruiting by clicking here to view the MVC Volleyball Report: