Usually when a school is among the most affordable options in their region, you won't find them at the top of lists in other areas like athletics and education.
But, that assumption doesn't apply to Rhode Island College.
Consistently ranked the #1 Most Affordable College in New England, Rhode Island College still prides itself on fielding some of the top sports teams in the Little East Conference and offering over 90 majors with a 14:1 student/faculty ratio.
That fact is one of the most intriguing for athletes who have found the Rhode Island College Women's Basketball Virtual Visit on GMTM. An interactive tour that invites top women's college basketball recruits to meet Anchorwomen coaching staff, RIC's Virtual Visit is almost as good as a walk through the 180-acre Providence, Rhode Island campus.
The Rhode Island College Women's Basketball Virtual Visit is the best way for girl's basketball recruits to one of the best places to play Division-III sports.
It features seven unique activities that answer every question athletes and parents want to know about playing college basketball. And each activity has an option for athletes submit videos and responses to questions the RIC coaching staff want to know.
The activities in the RIC Virtual Visit include an Intro from RIC Head Coach, Jenna Cosgrove, a video tour of the Anchorwomen's home court, The Murray Center, and an opportunity for prospects to upload film from their high school games and training sessions.
Each of the activities are designed to help athletes showcase their abilities and personalities, while also showing them what Rhode Island College basketball is all about.
Participating in the Virtual Visit is completely free and open to female athletes from the 2021 class and beyond.
To get started, create a GMTM profile here. Then, customize your page, add videos and fill out some of the metrics connected to your sport so the Rhode Island College coaches can see what you've been up to.
Scotty Jenkins is a staff writer for GMTM covering all sports. He grew up slowly in Nebraska in the midst of the Husker dynasty of the '90s... and has been aging rapidly ever since.