Do you want to play sports after High School?
The advantages of competing in college sports are both immediate and lifelong. Participating in college sports provides opportunities to learn, compete and succeed. Student-athletes receive top-notch academic support, quality medical care and regular access to outstanding coaching, facilities and equipment. Student-athletes as a group graduate at higher rates than their peers in the general student body and feel better prepared for life after college.
College-bound student-athletes preparing to enroll in a Division I or Division II school need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center to ensure they have met amateurism standards and are academically prepared for college coursework.
- If you haven't seen it yet, our new registration website is live! Please visit eligibilitycenter.org to take a look at the update site.
The new site makes the registration process easier for college-bound student-athletes and improves the accuracy of information our team looks at when evaluating students. We have several resources to help students, parents, counselors and coaches. Below are some popular tutorials:
- What's different and the same on the new eligibilitycenter.org website?
- Which eligibilitycenter.org account should I create?
- Registration Checklist
- How to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center
- How to add School information to your eligibilitycenter.org account
- How to add Sports information to your eligibilitycenter.org account
- What does my high school timeline look like?
Playing sports for an NCAA school is not your only option. Check out the National Intercollegiate Athletics Association (NAIA)
or the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) for other opportunities.
News and updates from NCAA
NEW SAT FORMAT
If a student takes the current SAT before March 2016 and then takes the redesigned SAT at a later date, the NCAA Eligibility Center will not combine section scores from the current and redesigned SAT when determining a student's initial eligibility. The NCAA Eligibility Center will only combine section scores from the same version of the test. Because the redesigned SAT varies in design and measures different academic concepts than the current SAT, a numerical score on the current test may not be equivalent to the same numerical score on the redesigned test. Students should use recipient code 9999 when sending scores to the NCAA Eligibility Center.
Additional information on changes to the SAT can be found at: https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/inside-the-test.
DIVISION I ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS FAQ
College-bound student-athletes must meet a core-course progression requirement to be eligible to compete in the initial year of full-time enrollment at an NCAA Division I school. Students who do not meet this new requirement will not be able to compete in the first year of enrollment at an NCAA Division I school. Go to NCAA Eligibility Center to view frequently asked questions about these new rules or see attached.
Your High School Counselors have many resources to help student-athletes with their initial-eligibility process.
Other resources available:
- 2016-17 Eligibility Brochure
- Division I Quick Reference Guide
- Division II (2018) Quick Reference Guide
NATIONAL COLLEGE LETTER OF INTENT SIGNING DAY
Feb. 5, 2020
We honor the following Student Athletes:
Ashley Cameron - Montana State University, Billings - Soccer
Kyndal Thomas - Edmonds Community College - Soccer
Celina Madrid - Edmonds Community College - Soccer
Makenna Wheeler - Central Washington University - Soccer
Deyondre Davis - University of Idaho - Track
Dylan La Breche - Olympic College - Baseball
Preston Moritz - Everett College - Baseball
Jacob Johnson - Linfield College - Football
Bryanna Carney - Fresno State University - Equestrian
Faith Smith - Southwestern College - Volleyball
Ashton Scott - North Greenville University - Lacrosse
(not pictured) MacKenzie Sinclair - University of Idaho - Soccer
2018-2019 Letter of Intent Signing Day Feb 7, 2019
Congratulations to the our Student Athletes:
Dajshon Keel - Dakota State University, Football
Megan Nail - University of San Francisco, Soccer
Teanna Lathum - Central Washington University, Soccer
Drew Halili - Western Washington University, Golf
Madison Marggraf - Northwestern University, Volleyball
Paxton DePoe - Gonzaga University, X- Country
Payton Brose - Gonzaga University, Crew
Myanna Henke - Pierce College, Fastpitch
Zachary Grams - Portland State University, X Country
2018-2019 Letter of Intent Signing Day April 18, 2019
Congratulations to our Student Athletes:
Kristina Ihlen - Central Washington University, Track
Kaylei Reyes - Walla Walla University, Basketball
Abigail Kay - Mount Mercy University, Bowling
Ethan Fragoso - Ferrum College, Wrestling
Allison Newhouse - University of Idaho, Dance
Casandra Hebert - Pacific Lutheran University, X-Country
Natalie Miller - Olympic College, Volleyball
2016-17 Letter of Intent Signing Day
Congratulations to the following SK Wolves who signed their letter of intent this morning.
Angel Prewitt - Softball
Bellevue College, Bellevue, WA. Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC). "Bulldogs"
Nick Wilson - Baseball
Skagit Valley College, Mt.Vernon, WA. Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC). "Cardinals"
Jerrit Chenier - Baseball
Wenatchee Valley College, Wenatchee, WA. Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC). "Knights"
Spencer Dahlke - Baseball
Wenatchee Valley College, Wenatchee, WA. Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC). "Knights"
Conner Seaton - Baseball
Lower Columbia College, Longview, WA. Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC). "Red Devils"
Nathanial Rowan - Baseball
Olympic College, Bremerton, WA. Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC). "Rangers"
Eva Knowles - Cross Country & Track.
U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland. NCAA Division 1. "Bill the Goat"
Kayla Gray - Cross Country & Track
The Master’s University, Santa Clarita, CA. NAIA Golden State Athletic Conference. "Mustangs"
Nolan Van Amen - Track & Field
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. Ivy League Division 1. "Quakers"
Connor Morris - Track & Field
Montana State, Bozeman, MT. Big Sky Conference (NCAA) Division 1. "Bobcats"
(April 12, 2017)
See more photos at: SK Wolves Athletics Facebook Page. Emily Miller - Golf
Multnomah University. Portland, OR. "Multnomah Lions" - NAIA, Cascade Collegiate Conference.
Mikaela Morey - Soccer
Seattle U, WA. "Redhawks" - NCAA Division 1, Western Athletic Conference (WAC)
Mylie LaFountaine - Soccer
Ohio Christian University. Circleville, OH. "Trailblazers" - NAIA, River States Conference.
Jacob Miller - Football
Air Force. US Air Force Academy, CO. "Falcons" - NCAA Division 1, Mountain West Conference.
(Feb 1, 2017) Congratulations to the senior scholar-athletes who signed their Letter of Intent today to continue to participate in sports at the collegiate level.
2016-17 Letter of Intent Signing Day - April 13, 2016
Track & Cross Country:
Albert McArthur - Utah Valley University, UT. NCAA Div 1
Nate Anderson - Whitworth University, WA. NCAA Div 3
Isaac Santos - Whitworth University, WA. NCAA Div 3
Eric Wattree - Eastern Washington University, WA. NCAA Div 1
Hunter Riley - University of Puget Sound, WA. NCAA Div 3
Jack Shaffer - Olympic College. Community College
Dan Tomkiewicz - Olympic College. Community College
Alec Johnson - Olympic College. Community College (not pictured)
Sarah Parkinson - Corbin University, OR. NAIA (not pictured)
Alex Scott - Adams State University, CO. NCAA Div 2
(April 13, 2016)
Congratulations to all our senior student-athletes who signed their Letter of Intent to participate in athletics at college in 2015/16.
Mac McCarty-Washington State University Will Gatlin- Pacific University Davis Carlsen- Skagit Community College Cooper Canton - Central Washington University
Kaylee Yergeau - Davis and Elkins College, West Virginia Brianna Shafer - Eastern Wyoming College Alona Lund - Pierce College
CROSS COUNTRY & TRACK:
Mason Villarma - Gonzaga University
SOCCER & FASTPITCH:
Hayley Romo - University of Redlands, CA.
(April 15, 2015)
Congratulations to seniors, Adri Jackson, Hailey Parker, Shelby Reyes & Drew Camacho who all signed their College National Letter of Intent to carry on playing at the next level in the fall.
Adri will be playing soccer at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in AZ.
Hailey will be playing soccer at Westmont College in CA.
Shelby & Drew will both be attending Shoreline Community College, WA to play fastpitch.
(February 4, 2015)
Congratulations to all our senior student-athletes who signed their Letter of Intent to participate in athletics at college in 2014/15. Football: Keli'iKuewa Kalima - Mississippi State Baseball: Logan Knowles - U.S. Naval Academy Tanner Paulson - Treasure Valley Community college Kody Wilson - Olympic Community college Tyler Pinkerton - Everett Community college Crew: Alyssa Soete - University of Portland Soccer: Annie Santa-Cruz - Olympic Community college Kira Stanley - Corban College, OR Chelsea Foster - Shoreline Community college Fastpitch: Hannah Spohn - Washington University, Maryland
(April 16, 2014)
South Kitsap School District Athletics Mission
The coaches and advisors of all activities must assume a major role in the development of the youth under their charge. Their mission is to develop leaders, foster cooperation, and personally model outstanding sportsmanship for emulation by students engaged in activities.
SK Athletics - (360) 874-5731