Why You Need a Profile Page


When you contact a college coach, you need to include a profile page that gives that coach a quick glimpse into who you are as a player and a student. This is an important part of making that great first impression.


It should be just one page long. Still, it needs to include all the important information you want that college coach to have. But at least your:

  • Name

  • Graduation year

  • High school

  • Travel team

  • Coach’s names and contact information

  • Academic information – GPA, Test scores, AP or dual credit classes and areas of interest

  • Recent and important highlights – All State, MVPs, major championships, awards and distinctions

  • Instructor names and contact information

  • Link to your skills video


Your profile page does not need to include:

  • Letters of recommendation

  • Every small accomplishment (overkill lessens the impact of the bigger accolades)

  • Ancient history, depending on your age, what you did in 10U isn’t important

Fastpitch Prep offers a wide array of recruiting programs to help you through this process. Please check out our recruiting link to see the services we offer.


About the Author: Tory Acheson brings a wealth of knowledge to the Fastpitch Prep staff. He has coached at all levels of the game, including the last 25 years at the college level at the University of Wisconsin – Parkside, Tennessee Tech and Kennesaw State. He began his coaching career at the high school level spending 9 years Whitnall High School in Greenfield, Wis. and is now working as a professional softball instructor.