Are equivalency sport (partial scholarship) coaches limited in their ability to attract student-athletes depending on a recruit’s socioeconomic status? A study of NCAA Division I soccer, track and field, baseball, and softball recruiting.

Daniel E. Ballou, Danny E Ballou

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Abstract

This study explored recruiting practices utilized by collegiate head coaches for equivalency sports in order to determine if a potential recruit's socioeconomic status was a factor in the recruiting process.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Feb 15 2018
EventApplied Sport Management Association 2018 Conference - Waco, Texas
Duration: Feb 15 2018Feb 15 2018

Conference

ConferenceApplied Sport Management Association 2018 Conference
Period02/15/1802/15/18

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