An Easier Way To Manage The Recruiting Process

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Research

Our database contains key information for over 1,000 NCAA and NAIA baseball schools. You can learn more about the data below.

Save Schools

There are likely quite a few schools that you are interested in. We’ll keep that list saved for you.

Track Progress

The recruiting process is fluid and can be hard to keep track of. Add statuses to your saved schools, so you know where you stand with each one.

Next Steps

Quickly take the next steps to advance through the recruiting journey, whether that is doing more research, filling out recruiting questionnaires, emailing the coach, or signing up for a college camp/showcase.

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The Data You Will Have Access To

For Every NCAA & NAIA Baseball Program

An Evaluation Of The Baseball Program across 6 key metrics

Skill set Requirements to realistically play for the program

Roster Trends and Insights

Winning Percentage and Total Games Played

Current Player Information

Admissions, Costs, and Student Body Info

Head Coach Emails

Baseball Recruiting Questionnaires

Upcoming Camps & Clinics

TeamFacts Database

1,135 College Baseball Schools

Explore every D1, D2, D3 and NAIA baseball program in one easy-to-access platform.​

Key Insights

Roster analytics, program ratings, skill guidelines, recruiting forms, and much more right at your fingertips​

Institution Info

Access academic, cost, student body, and other important details about the institution.​

Roster Analytics

Analyzing a baseball program can be challenging and time consuming. We do all that for you, to help you find your perfect fit.

Program Ratings

Our rating system assesses every baseball program across a variety of areas that are important to you.

Skill Guidelines

Recruits often wonder if they have the right skill set to play at a particular program. We eliminate that grey area.

Institution Info

Academics should lead the way in your decision making process. Access academic, costs, student body, and other institution details.

Connections

Easy access to recruiting forms, upcoming camps/clinics, schedules, and player stats.

Unlimited Access

Quickly navigate and access the complete set of info for over 1,000 NCAA and NAIA baseball programs.

How and When To Use TeamFacts

Just Starting Your Search?

There are over 1,000 four-year colleges with baseball programs. With so many options, players typically overlook legitimate opportunities. Use this tool to get a better understanding of the programs that are out there. This resource will also show you the different ways that you should be assessing programs, to ensure it is the right fit.

Narrowing Down Your List?

At this point, you've already gotten a lay of the land and understand the things you should be looking for in a college baseball program. You can now filter down your search based off of your preferences and the variety of data points that are available to you in the tool.

Looking to Get Exposure to College Coaches?

As you continue your college search, you'll start to think about how you'll get exposure to the programs you are interested in. Through the tool, quickly navigate upcoming camps/clinics, schedules, and recruiting forms. You can also use TeamFacts to be more strategic with the showcase events you attend. Do some research on the attending colleges before signing up for a showcase.

Getting Interest From Coaches?

When coaches start to show interest, you can use TeamFacts to help you determine if these schools are legitimate opportunities for you as a student-athlete. Get a better understanding of the program, before you spend valuable time and resources further pursuing it.

Time to Make A Decision?

Choosing between a few options? Make sure you have a complete understanding of the program before making any decisions. If there are any data points in our tool that are concerning, you may want to address those with the coaching staff. By using TeamFacts throughout your college baseball search and recruitment, you can ensure that you are making calculated decisions.

Why Is This Data Important?

Data asymmetry is a massive challenge for aspiring college baseball players during the recruiting process. College coaches can access detailed prospective player information and performance data through scouting organizations like Perfect Game.

That same level of information is typically not available for players who want to get a better understanding of college coaches and the way they run their baseball programs. When making important college decisions, student-athletes rely on first impressions, experiences at official/unofficial visits, and word of mouth recommendations. To no surprise, these inputs fail a lot of players.

A key component of your college baseball search and recruitment should be thoroughly researching the programs that you are interested in. Rosters, records, and player statistics can tell you so much about a college coach and the baseball program as a whole.

Some of the key indicators are relatively easy to see, while others will take some time and effort to uncover. Below, we’ve highlighted some of the key areas where we evaluate college baseball programs.

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"A must-have tool for any aspiring college baseball player. Having access to TeamFacts saved our family hours during the college baseball recruiting process. In addition to having access to important roster data, the TeamFacts platform allowed my son and I to quickly submit recruiting forms and sign up for camps/clinics."
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Learn More About The Metrics

Roster Size

The size of a program's roster can tell you a lot. A smaller roster provides more opportunities for playing time, but can be an indication that the program has a lower level of funding. Being a versatile player, who can play multiple positions, is extremely valuable for these programs. With a larger roster comes more competition for playing time and fewer multi-position opportunities. It may also be an indication of the program's financial budget, because each additional player comes at a cost to the university. Unlike the D1 level, some of the lower levels don't have roster size limits, so it's not uncommon to run into programs with rosters greater than 45 players.

Freshman Retention Rate

From our experiences, the highest period of volatility with player retention occurs during a player's freshman year. This metric evaluates the percentage of true freshman that returned to the program for their sophomore year, and how many did not, as a result of quitting, transferring, or being cut. Any quality program can run into a year where a significant amount of their freshman don’t return. When you see a pattern of poor player retention, that is when it should be identified as an area of concern.

Redshirts on Roster

Many recruits don't realize that there is a possibility of sitting out a year to develop athletically. For programs that have tendencies of red shirting players, it is import to talk with the coach about their vision of a 5 year experience and the financial impact that may have. Sitting out a year to for development purposes will also have some eligibility impacts that will need to be ironed out.

Incoming Transfers

This metric evaluates the number of new players on the roster that transferred in from another college. It's helpful for players to understand if a coach tends to rely on a steady replenishment of transfers to fill in gaps, or if they depend on their underclassmen to develop and become contributing players. A program's tendencies in this area will have an impact on what your competition for playing time will look.

Players Graduating by Position

Evaluating the number of players that are projected to leave the program by position, this metric gives players a better idea of the positions that a program is in need of and is likely recruiting for. Players typically see a higher level of engagement from coaches that have a need for their position, so it's a key component to consider throughout the college baseball search.

Current Position Depth

This metric provides a breakdown of how many players are currently at each position. It's important to understand a coach's roster depth preferences. This is a great way to get a feel for the number of players that are typically stacked up at each position. This data can also be used to better understand a program's positional needs.

Program Performance

By taking a look at the performance over the past few years, players can get a better feel for the program, and can set realistic expectations with what their college baseball experience will look like. Will you have a shot at a conference championship every year? Is the program coming out of a rebuild mode with consistent progress? Is the program a bottom dweller?

Players' Majors

Unfortunately, there are some majors that don't mesh well with the schedule of a student athlete. Many student athletes come to the realization that they can't keep their current major and continue to play their sport, while staying on pace to graduate in four years. We provide you with a list of majors that players have been able to balance with the rigorous college baseball schedule.

Players by State

It's often overlooked, but understanding the locations where a coach typically recruits is extremely valuable. This metric provides a breakdown of where players live by state, so you can get a feel for a coach's recruiting grounds. If you don't live in those areas it might be a little more difficult to get noticed.

Depth by Batting Side and Throwing Arm

At the collegiate level, coaches are mindful of handedness as they build their rosters. During the recruiting process, it is helpful to get a feel for a program's current depth and needs, from a batting side and pitcher throwing arm perspective.

Height by Position

Some coaches have a tendency of recruiting big, physical players. This metric can help you get an understanding of the physicality of players on a positional basis.