Beach volleyball has one of the highest percentages of transfer athletes in NCAA women’s sports. This is primarily due to the number of graduate transfers moving from indoor volleyball to the beach game for their “fifth year” of eligibility. As more beach programs look to improve blocking and add height to their rosters there is more opportunity than ever for graduate transfers to play collegiate beach volleyball. The opportunity to compete may also come with funding as many schools now are budgeting their scholarships specifically to recruit graduate transfers.
The first step in providing effective assistance is understanding your situation. We know that transferring to a new school can be a daunting task. Finding the right school, in a location you prefer, with your choice of degree offerings, in a culture that meets your goals, with coaches able quickly to teach you a new sport can be overwhelming without professional guidance. Let us help you by putting our experience to work and getting you quickly on the path to identifying your next school and maximizing your opportunity for a scholarship.
Issues we can help you with as a graduate transfer include:
Our goal is to assist graduate transfers through these foundational issues to ensure that the transfer process, and your beach volleyball experience, is successful and rewarding.