Athletic Scholarships in the USA

Badge is one of the major athletic recruiting services worldwide. We help many athletes each year to study in the USA through athletic scholarships. We cover all college sports and divisions, such as NCAA I, NCAA II, NJCAA and NAIA. Our team entirely consists of former college players, coaches and students. We have 15 years of experience with both US college sports and the US educational system. has holds a good professional reputation among hundreds of US-Coaches who use our help for their international recruiting.
Through, students usually receive several athletic scholarship offers and get support throughout the entire recruiting process including university admissions, the NCAA or NAIA Clearing, visa application etc. We're ready to help you to have a great ‘student-athlete’ experience.

Mens/Womens Tennis Showcase 2013

We finished our fourth tennis showcase in Duisburg, Germany. This was again a huge success. The playing level of all players has been commented by the 5 visiting coaches as "extraordinary" and "outstanding". You can see some impressions of our first showcase in 2010 or go to our Facebook Fanpage:


Video of Tennis Showcase 2010

6th Soccer Showcase in Leipzig (Germany) will organize its sixth soccer showcase February 14-16, 2014 in Leipzig, Germany. We expect again very talented players (Men and Women) and around 40 US soccer coaches from the NCAA & NAIA. Stay tuned with our
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Why differentiates itself in various little details from other athletic recruiting services:

  • Over 15 years of experience
  • Founded by former College players and coaches
  • Personal contact to several hundred US coaches
  • Usually various athletic scholarship offers
  • Help with contact to coaches, NCAA/NAIA-Clearing, choice of scholarship/university, enrollment, etc.
  • Academic competence center
  • Professional assistance with the application process
  • Highest success rate of more than 89%
  • Many positive media reports
  • Fair terms
Athlete Testimonials

Nico F., 2012:
"Thanks so much for all your hard work, I would have never thought the application alone is such a bureaucratic process. ..."

Ann R., 2013:
"... it was so easy to get a scholarship with! I received 20 offers, 5 have even been a fullride. My decision was quick and I am very happy here in Georgia, thanks a lot again!"

Frank S., 2012:
"Not only did you well match my athletic strength to the team here in Florida, i followed your advice to go for a very good but demanding school - you all were very right, thanks a lot for your help!"

Scholarship Ticker

Value of Scholarship-Offers
for our Clients in the Year 2013: 40,344,000 US$

Where go our clients?

Among others, we send our clients in the past two years to following universities:

  • Princeton University
  • University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
  • University of Massachussetts
  • Fairleigh Dickinson University
  • University of Central Florida
  • University of North Florida
  • Jacksonville University
  • California State University Los Angeles
  • University of San Diego
  • University of Nevada Las Vegas
  • University of California Santa Barbara
  • University of Hawaii
  • Florida Atlantic University
  • University of the Pacific
  • Illinois State University
  • Texas State University
  • University of California Northridge
  • Virginia Tech University
  • University of Pittsburgh
  • Boston University
  • Stetson University
  • Queens College New York
  • Syracuse University
  • Manhattan College
  • Ohio State University
  • University of Wisconsin Green Bay

Why Athletic Scholarships?
For what reasons are scholarships awarded? What is an athletic scholarship?
it is not enough being a talented athlete, you have to meet other personal and academic criteria to be eligible to receive an athletic scholarship in the USA.
College Teams
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College Sports
What sports are popular and allow scholarships? In what sports is it easier to get a scholarship?