Partnership between FieldLevel and NWAC

graphic showing partnership of FieldLevel and NWAC

Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) office is proud to announce that it has reached an agreement with FieldLevel, an industry leading athletic recruiting tool, to become the official recruiting partner of the NWAC. FieldLevel's advanced technology has a history of delivering results, with a total of over 63,000 student-athlete commitments to college programs. The partnership will help maximize the opportunity for the 4,200+ NWAC student-athletes to get exposure to the network of over 11,000+ programs actively on FieldLevel.

As part of the deal, FieldLevel will provide enhanced services to NWAC coaches and student-athletes to streamline the recruiting process. The technology will also extend and amplify NWAC's recruiting reach nationally.

"We are thrilled to partner with the NWAC and enable their organization with the latest technology to help maximize the opportunities for their student-athletes," said Brenton Sullivan, co-founder and CEO of FieldLevel. "The NWAC has 73-year history of championing character, competition, and community – all values that align to FieldLevel's mission and vision."

According to Marco Azurdia, NWAC Executive Director, "The NWAC is excited about this partnership with FieldLevel to provide more opportunities for NWAC student-athletes to move on to the four-year level. To be a partner with FieldLevel who values our mission, student-athletes and coaches, is a healthy and beneficial collaboration for us." 

Key benefits to the NWAC and more importantly to our institutions are:

Student-Athletes – FieldLevel provides a trusted recruitment tool to maximize opportunities for NWAC student-athletes to connect with target schools.

Coaches- As one of the most trusted resources for athletes and coaches, FieldLevel helps the NWAC evaluate and certify student-athletes for recruitment and connects us to a recruitment network of over 91,000 coaches.  FieldLevel provides a simple and effective tool for coaches allowing coaches to focus on coaching.  It is a win-win for coaches and student-athletes.