This year American Athletics Scholarships celebrates a 15 years milestone since the company was co-founded by Noel Greeves and Nick Terzis.... read more
Over the past five seasons, Andrea Ho has been a key figure in the continued growth of GW women's swimming and diving.... read more
AAS welcomes new client Georgia Watkins. Georgia is currently in Year 12 and attends Strahcona Girls Baptist Garmmar school and swims for Surrey Park. We look forward to working with Gerogia and her family in the current months.
AAS congratulates Connor Xu who was recently certified by the NCAA to compete in the USA. Connor is a outstanding student and a fine swimmer. We wish him well as he takes up his scholarship opportunity at Rollins College, Florida from August.
AAS congratulates Alexandra Ho who has been certified to compete in NCAA Division 1 Women Swimming. Alexandra will move to the USA later this year to start her studies and compete at Monmouth University with a scholarship.
Returned athlete Ella Kleinschmidt talks to AAS about her College experience. Ella provides some great insights and what it's like to study and compete in the United States.... read more
Australia is in 11th place with only three days of competition left at the World Swimming Championships in Hungary.... read more
Noel from AAS speaks to Malaysia's New Strait Times Newspaper and talk about Scholarships opportunities in the USA.... read more
AAS has recetly been experiencing strong demand from US universities for female golfers who wish to study and compete in the US college system.... read more
Returned athlete Bradley Moore talks to AAS about his College experience. Bradley provides some great insights and what it's like to study and compete in the United States.... read more
AAS Congratulates Andrea Ho who has now been certified to compete in NCAA D1 Womens Swimming. Andrea will move to the USA later this year to commence her scholarship at the George Washington University. We wish Andrea well.
AAS Congratulates Carter Swift who has now received final certification to compete in NCAA D1 Mens Swimming. Carter will commence his scholarship with Eastern Michigan University later this year. Well Done Carter, we wish you all the very best!
Returned athlete Desmond Cairns talks to AAS about his College experience. Des provides some great insights and what it's like to study and compete in the United States.... read more
Returned athlete Adele Schultz talks to AAS about her College experience. Adele provides some great insights and what it's like to study and compete in the United States.... read more
Gerry Moffat talks about how AAS assisted his daughter in being awarded a swimming and academic scholarship in the USA.... read more
Congratulations to AAS client Adele Schultz who returns home to Australia after graduating with honours from Eastern Michigan University. AAS are proud of Adele's acheivments and wish all her all the best for her future.... read more
The NCAA has approved new rules allowing soccer review videos commencing in the 2016 season. If both coaches agree to allow video review before the start of the game, the home team will be responsible for providing the review equipment, and it must be available at the scorekeeper’s table or at another location at field level.... read more
The University of Alabama gymnastics team advanced itself to the NCAA Championship Super Six Team Final after posting an overall score of 197.3875 Friday night at semifinals in Fort Worth, Texas.... read more
The Texas Men’s swim team have won back to back NCAA titles to win the 2016 NCAA Swimming & Diving D1 Championships and tie with Michigan for 12 men’s swimming and diving championships. Texas won this year’s championship with California coming second.... read more
The National Collegiate Athletic Association is a non-profit association which regulates athletes of 1,281 institutions, conferences, organizations, and individuals. It also organizes the athletic programs of many colleges and universities in the United States, and helps more than 450,000 college student-athletes who compete annually in college sports.... read more
In February a representative from AAS attended The Alice Smith School in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and presented to a number of students about scholarship opportunities in the USA. Students that meet eligibility guidelines, and are offered a place on the team can continue their education and compete in their chosen sport.... read more
The 2016 Division1 Men’s Basketball Championship Final is scheduled for April the 4th in Houston Texas. Villanova, Oklahoma, North Carolina and Syracuse are the teams to fight it out for a place in the Final.... read more