Today's Guest Post was written by a member of the ParentingAces Community who also happens to be an accountant. This analysis goes hand-in-hand with the previous article regarding why two professional tours are problematic for players. If you have any questions or need clarification, please post in the Comments below. Currently
As you're planning your junior player's summer schedule, one event you may want to include is the USTA College Combine being held at the National Campus in Orlando June 16-20, 2019. This college recruiting event is in its third year and is an opportunity for American junior boys and girls of
Today's Guest Post was written by Aeriel Ellis, former player at the University of Texas. Her bio is at the end of the article. Choosing a college to attend after high school is a big decision - probably one of the biggest decisions you’ll ever have to make in your life.
To listen to this week's episode, click on the white arrow below: http://traffic.libsyn.com/parentingaces/College_Athlete_Consultants.mp3 Welcome to Season 8, Episode 2 of the ParentingAces Podcast! This week, the discussion focuses on the nuances of Division III Recruiting and how it differs from Division I. For example, did you know many DIII schools no longer
If your junior has his or her sites set on playing college tennis, you’ve likely been investigating the various showcases, combines, and camps available for your child to get seen by a variety of college coaches. As you start planning for Summer 2019, there are quite a few of these