2018 WJV Recruiting Introduction
Wisconsin Juniors has worked hard over the years to build relationships and network with colleges all over the country. We put in a lot of effort to make sure that every athlete who goes through our program finds the “right fit” for them. Our goal is to not only help our players go to college to play volleyball, ideally on college scholarships, but to also achieve the highest level of success they can in the classroom and graduate from the college they initially choose. This is why we stress the “right fit” with every athlete in our program. We pride ourselves in not only placing our athletes in great college programs, but also being able to educate our families and players about the recruiting process along the way.
Wisconsin Juniors has taken another step to raise the level of its recruiting efforts by becoming a partner with Sports Recruits. SportsRecruits.com is an online platform built specifically for high school players to assist them in streamlining their recruiting process. The platform and tools offered assist high school student-athletes in the recruiting process. This not only gives them great access to every program in the country, but it also helps to keep them accountable to the process as our recruiting team is able to see all activity from each player that occurs on the platform.
Wisconsin Juniors will be giving you our best efforts to create an opportunity for you to have the chance to play volleyball at the next level. Wisconsin Juniors is the place to be if you want to get recruited!
“We will work for you, to make your college volleyball dreams come true!” – Scott Marita
Scott Marita joined the recruiting team full time in 2014 and will be the new lead for our Recruiting efforts in the 2017-2018 season. He has been the head girls varsity coach since 2010. He is currently the Lead Trainer in the practice gym for the Wisconsin Juniors and is also the head 14-1’s coach and will assist the 16-Elite this season. In 2012 his 14-1’s team won a national championship in the 14-Open division at AAU Nationals. In 2016, his 14-1’s team took 5th place in the 14-Open division at AAU Nationals. He has previously coached the 18-1’s as both a head and assistant coach, as well as having assisted the 16-1’s. Scott has worked with and coached many athletes who have gone on to play and receive athletic scholarships in college. He has worked as the volunteer assistant coach as UW-Parkside.