Setter Markelle Malone and friends celebrate her signing to play with the BYU women's volleyball team.
A prospect may visit an institution's campus at the prospect's own expense an unlimited number of times and may make an unofficial visit before the prospect's senior year in high school. [13.8.1 NCAA]
If you are interested in visiting campus on an unofficial visit, please contact us by the phone or email below. On this visit you will meet with the BYU Women's Volleyball coaches, athletics administration and support staff as well as tour campus and the athletic facilities.
How Do I Get BYU to Recruit Me?
First of all we need to know who you are. The best way is to write us a letter and include a personal resume of your volleyball, academic and other accomplishments. Other components of the resume should be your height, weight, reach, block jump and approach jump. Do not forget to include a high school or club play schedule. You can submit a Cougar Questionnaire online by CLICKING HERE.
What Happens After BYU Receives My Resume?
You should hear back from us, but it is always good to send follow-up emails. You can let us know where you will be playing, how you did at a tournament or just say hello.
BYU attends most of the Junior National Qualifiers for Club Volleyball; let us know which qualifier your club will be participating in so we can evaluate you.
NCAA GUIDE FOR THE COLLEGE-BOUND STUDENT-ATHLETE