What You Didn’t Know You Didn’t Know About Recruiting with Matt Manasse
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Welcome to Season 8, Episode 13 of the ParentingAces Podcast! In this week’s episode, I chat with coach Matt Manasse, the women’s Associate Coach at 4th ranked Duke University, about college tennis recruiting.
Matt is a former college tennis player himself and offers incredible insights into recruiting and playing at the college level. What questions should your junior ask the college coaches during recruiting visits? How do you choose a college? What should prospective student athletes look for during college visits? What’s the best way to transition from college to pro? These are all questions Matt addresses in this episode of the podcast this week.
Matt also shares his own college tennis experience and his decision to transfer. As he says, transferring is something that happens more often than we may know. It’s very tough for a 17- or 18-year-old to know what he/she doesn’t know when making that college tennis decision, so it’s no surprise that the initial decision doesn’t always work out as expected.
I love getting an inside look at the life of a college tennis coach as well as recruiting, and Matt does a great job of letting us inside his world. You can reach Matt via email here and find him on Twitter @Matt_Manasse.
Thank you to my son, Morgan Stone, aka STØNE, for our new intro and outro music this season! You can find more of his music at SoundCloud.com/stonemuzic. If you’re interested in House Music, please be sure to check out his social media channels: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.
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