Thinking about making the leap from high school to university can be tough. It’s hard to know where to go, what to study, or what opportunities exist. Streamline Athletes is an organization dedicated to making this transition easier by supporting student-athletes in their university recruitment journeys.

The Streamline Athletes online platform gives Canadian athletes the tools they need to make confident decisions about their academic and athletic futures. Here’s how it works:

  • Create a profile
  • Research universities and their track and field programs
  • Contact coaches

Athletes and parents can explore and compare university track and field programs based on academics, athletics, geography, financial info, and more. Use the links below to see Streamline Athletes pages for university track and field programs across Ontario:

Brock University University of Ottawa
Carleton University Queen’s University
University of Guelph University of Toronto
Lakehead University University of Waterloo
Laurentian University University of Western Ontario
Wilfrid Laurier University University of Windsor
McMaster University York University
Nipissing University

And across Canada and more:

Browse all teams on Streamline Athletes here →

Send Streamline Athletes an email if you have any questions.

We are well into another academic year, which means the reality of university is emerging for soon-to-be high school graduates. The anticipation and excitement about making new friends, exploring new academic subjects and training in a different environment with new teammates and coaches, is one like no other. However, deciding what school to go to can be quite an overwhelming process – this is the place you are going to be spending the next four or five years of your life, after all!

The admissions process for college and universities varies from country to country, province to province and even school to school. Ontario for example requires prospective students to apply through the OUAC portal, while in other provinces you apply directly to the university. Learn more about the OUAC portal >>HERE<<.

Upcoming Events

Premier Supporters

Secondary Partners