Recruiting & College Tennis

College Tennis Schedules 2015 Women’s List

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The following is an alphabetical list of all colleges (Division I, II, III, NAIA, NJCAA, and CCC). If I’ve left a school off the list, please email me ASAP so I can add it. To find the school’s 2015 tennis schedule, click on the link in the lists below or type the name of the college +[men’s or women’s] tennis schedule into Google to get the link to their website.

The women’s list is right below. Click here to go to the men’s list.

I encourage you to locate the schools nearby and support your More >

College Tennis Schedules 2015

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The following is an alphabetical list of all colleges (Division I, II, III, NAIA, NJCAA, and CCC). If I’ve left a school off the list, please email me ASAP so I can add it. To find the school’s 2015 tennis schedule, click on the link in the lists below or type the name of the college +[men’s or women’s] tennis schedule into Google to get the link to their website.

The men’s list is right below. Click here to go to the women’s list.

I encourage you to locate the schools nearby and support your More >

Commitment

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It’s been a long and often grueling process, but – in case you’ve missed all my posts on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (!) – I’m thrilled to announce that my son has committed to attend and play tennis for Santa Clara University beginning next Fall!

He has been dead-set on attending school in California for quite a while now. Yes, there were a couple of schools in Florida on his list, but Cali won his heart last December when he first set foot on the courts of the LA Tennis Center on the More >

Preparing for Next Year

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As I sit at my kitchen counter typing this piece, my son is flying home from California. He’s been out there since Thursday taking “official visits” at two universities. Wanna know what I’ve heard from him since he left?

Yep, that’s the extent of my communication with my son since I dropped him off at the Atlanta airport early Thursday morning.

All weekend, I’ve been in kind of a funk. Nothing specific was wrong with me – I wasn’t feeling sick per se – but something was off. I really didn’t More >

TRN: The Coaches’ View

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There’s been a lot of discussion lately about what is being called 8th grade red-shirting; that is, players changing their graduation year on Tennis Recruiting Network to repeat the 8th grade. The reasons being bandied about for this re-classing range from trying to game the system to ducking competition and everything in between. I’ve had several in-person and email exchanges with parents asking me to look into it, so I reached out to Dallas Oliver at TRN and have had numerous email and More >

On the Court and Dreaming

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What a week! For those of you who don’t follow ParentingAces on Facebook or Twitter, let me fill you in . . .

When my son and I decided to spend his Fall Break in Southern California, it was really with the intent of taking follow-up visits to the colleges he’s interested in attending next year and getting in some training on the side. What we did in actuality was that and so much more.

The trip started with a great hit with Lucas Bellamy (Steve’s son) in the Pacific Palisades. The boys did More >

The Future of US Tennis with Tim Mayotte

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This week’s podcast with Tim Mayotte discussing the future of US Player Development:

 

http://youtu.be/aUhmgGUZBI8

 

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The next ParentingAces show will be Monday, September More >

Oh, Senior Year!

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It’s Senior Year. The last year of high school. The year where many decisions will be made. What college will my child attend? Will he play tennis there? Division 1 or 2 or 3 or something else altogether? A school where he is likely to play high up in the lineup or one in which he’ll have to work hard to prove himself before having a shot to be an impact player on the team? So many decisions . . .

Those of you who have been following my journey with my son know that he is now focusing his More >

What Is Going On In College Tennis?

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There is so much happening on the College Tennis Front these days – some good, some not so good – that I wanted to do a quick update for those of you who are, like me, on the brink of getting your junior player ready for this next step. Please feel free to discuss any or all of the following points in the Comments section.

  • The Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) recently published its pre-season individual ranking list for both men and women (see below) as well as its ranking list for More >

Noah Rubin at Home in Merrick

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This morning, I caught Noah Rubin at home in Merrick, NY – Long Island – eating breakfast and catching up on his favorite shows on the DVR. It’s been quite a week for this young man!

He played his very first US Open main draw singles match. He played his very first US Open main draw doubles match (with his very close buddy, Stefan Kozlov). And pretty much everyone he’s ever met in his entire life was there to cheer him on.

We all wish Noah well as he embarks on the next step of his journey: More >

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