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Arizona State University - Recruiting Info


Arizona State University is nationally recognized as one of the top collegiate athletic programs in the country. ASU competes in one of the most decorated conferences in the country, the Pacific-10 Conference. Men compete in baseball, basketball, football, golf, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field, cross country, and wrestling; women compete basketball, golf, gymnastics, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field, cross country and volleyball. ASU has won 30 men's and 17 women's conference championships since 1980. During the same period, ASU has won 31 men's and 30 women's national championships.

As a potential prospective student-athlete at ASU we hope you will find the following information extremely helpful for you during the recruiting process.


As you become a prospective student-athlete it is important that you are aware of a few important NCAA rules that will assist you in the recruiting process:

1) Who exactly is a prospective student-athlete?
-According to the NCAA rules, prospective student-athletes are individuals who have started their ninth grade year of school or have been recruited by an ASU staff member or a representative of ASU's athletics interests (booster).

2) When can an ASU coach contact me or when can I contact an ASU coach?
-A coach from ASU may begin making telephone calls to you on or after July 1 after completion of your junior year in high school, However, if you are a recruit in the sport of Football the coaching staff may make one telephone call to you during the month of May of your junior year and then may not call you again until September 1 of your senior year in high school. Also, if you are a Basketball recruit a coaching staff member may call you once on or after June 21 following your junior year and then not again until July 1.

-You are free as a prospective student-athlete to call or contact an ASU coach whenever you wish prior to this dates, however, if it is before July 1 after completion of your junior year, then the ASU coach unfortunately may not return your call so please keep trying until you get a hold of the coach. Also, please keep in mind that even after July 1 the ASU coach may not call more than once per calendar week. (Sunday through Saturday).


Under the current NCAA rules, ASU CANNOT respond via email or telephone to any 4 year college transfer student without the student-athlete first obtaining a release (or permission to contact) from the first college or university. This release may be faxed to the ASU Athletic Compliance Office at 480-965-7398.

International Players:

If you are interested in becoming a Sun Devils please submit your information to  Please make sure to include a list of international tournaments you have played (junior or professional) with your opponents names and the results.  Also indicate your date of graduation and when you want to start your college career.