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YCH News, Issue #024 -- Changes in NCAA Recruiting Rules
January 27, 2014
Your College Hockey Journey Begins Here!
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Everybody knows somebody who wants to play college hockey. At Your College Hockey.com it is our goal to provide quality and useful content for pursuing NCAA hockey and understanding the recruiting process and eligibility.
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It's time to get out your calendars and book your dates for your SATs and ACTs!
SAT Testing Dates 2013 and 2014
ACT Testing Dates 2013 and 2014
The NCAA has approved legislation in regards to the first contact by coaches with recruits.
At the NCAA Division 1 Legislative Council meeting on January 15th, 2014, legislation was passed that now allows NCAA Division 1 ice hockey coaches the ability to initiate phone calls to a prospective recruit and unlimited text messaging and emails starting January 1 of the player's sophomore year (Grade 10) in high school.
Division 1 coaches are extremely happy about this because they will now be on a more level playing field with the OHL and QMJHL in regards to contacting prospective players.
For you, as a player, it means you will have more opportunity to make a well informed decision in your draft year. It also means that you will need to prepare earlier and be ready when the D1 coaches start contacting you.
This is a new feature for YCH News. We will have a different team or topic each month. Each article will provide 10 not so well known bits of information to help with your research. The goal of this information is to help you gather all the information to find the school and team that is the right fit for you.
This month we focus on Manhattanville College Men's Team. Click on this link for 10 Things You May Not Know About Manhattanville College Valiants Men's Hockey Team to help you in your team and school research.
A little fun stuff for this month. I caught this article from the Puck Daddy blog about "How to be a College Hockey Player".
He comments on a video starring the University of Wisconsin Badgers men's hockey team. I found it to be fun and light hearted, so I wanted to share it with you this month.YCH Blog to stay up to date.
We have some cool and interesting things planned for 2014 - from new articles to new resources and new products - to provide you, our visitor, with the most up to date and current information to
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We have a new interactive feature at YCH News. You can join our team and be a YCH Blogger. Share your favorite recruiting stories, your best recruiting tips or be a playoff blogger and follow your favorite team on their journey to the Frozen Four.
In our other interactive features, you can ask questions and receive answers from an NCAA coach so you can learn more about the NCAA process in our "Ask the Coach" section.
You can start to pass along your thoughts and information in three of our already operating interactive sections. Let other players know why you are choosing to Play College Hockey. in our "Why Play College Hockey" section.
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