Use the Colorado NCAA Division I-A Women's Tennis statistics above to determine whether this division provides you with the best athletic scholarship opportunities. The table below reveals how Colorado NCAA Division I-A schools compare to the division-wide averages.
Total Number of Athletes and Average Athletes Per Team: This shows you how many student athletes are on NCAA Division I-A Women's Tennis teams in Colorado, which will help you figure out how competitive the recruiting process is, particularly when you compare it to the division-wide average. Currently there are 20 women involved in Tennis at NCAA Division I-A schools in Colorado.
Average Operating Expenses Per Player: This identifies how much a Colorado NCAA Division I-A college is investing in each player on their Women's Tennis team for things that are important such as equipment and uniforms. How much a Colorado NCAA Division I-A school invests in you as a player can help figure out how important they feel you really are to the Tennis team and the overall sports program in addition to the level of support they give each player.
Average Operating Expenses Per Team: This is exactly what it costs on average for a Colorado NCAA Division I-A college to run the day-to-day operations that keep the Tennis program active. This gives student athletes a good idea of the quality of Women's Tennis programs, facilities and training personnel at Colorado NCAA Division I-A schools. The more Colorado NCAA Division I-A colleges commit the better quality you should expect from their Tennis programs.
Total Full and Part Time Coaches: Coaches are vital to helping you develop your skills and help you keep on track athletically and educationally so you are able to keep your Tennis scholarship year after year. The more Women's Tennis coaches there are, the greater your chances are to get one-on-one training and attention you need to achieve your goal of graduating from a NCAA Division I-A college in Colorado.
Average Total Revenue: The more money Colorado NCAA Division I-A colleges can make off their Women's Tennis programs the more likely they are to grow and support them. When Women's Tennis programs are more profitable and popular Colorado NCAA Division I-A colleges will invest more in their existing programs and more colleges will create new Tennis teams of their own. More NCAA Division I-A Tennis teams means more athletic scholarship opportunities in Colorado.
Average Total Expenses: Is there a growing interest in Women's Tennis teams at Colorado NCAA Division I-A schools? Are Colorado NCAA Division I-A colleges actively recruiting for Women's Tennis programs? The total expenses statistic (consists of|includes} operating and recruiting costs. This will likely give you an accurate assessment of how much Colorado NCAA Division I-A colleges around the country are spending on Women's Tennis programs and recruiting players, thus whether or not Tennis scholarship opportunities are likely to expand, keep pace or weaken in this state and division.
The first, and most crucial, step in getting an athletic scholarship is determining which Colorado NCAA Division I-A colleges have Women's Tennis programs and whether or not they offer financial aid for their players. Below are Colorado NCAA Division I-A colleges that currently have a Women's Tennis team. Choose a college to get comprehensive statistics on student aid, coaches, athletes and more.