In order to help you organize your Junior Player’s college recruiting efforts, we pulled together a list of resources for you. Please have a look at the following services, websites, podcasts, and other material to keep your Junior on track! Definitely let us know if we’ve left off anyone or anything!
College Tennis Divisions Explained
NCAA Recruiting Facts: Divisions I, II, and III differences
NCAA Eligibility Center: Your Junior Player MUST register here in order to become eligible to play at any NCAA Division I, II, or III school.
TennisRecruiting: Your Junior should create a free profile to become more visible to college coaches.
UTR: Your Junior should be sure to “capture” his/her profile and update as needed.
Coaches & Coach Review Sites
Financial Aid Resources & Understanding Scholarships
NCAA Scholarships & Grants: NCAA offers more than just athletic scholarships
FAFSA: Federal student loan and grant information
Is My Athletic Scholarship Guaranteed?: LRT Sports explains how Division I athletic scholarships work and whether or not they are guaranteed throughout an athlete’s college career.
Looking For A Full Ride: Podcast with Renee Lopez discussing how student-athletes can maximize their financial aid.
Talk College To Me with Marisa Meddin: Podcast with financial aid consultant, Marisa Meddin.
NCAA: At this link, you can change the gender and division to see all current rankings.
College Tennis Today: Click the Rankings tab at the top to see a variety of lists.
College Team Directory: You can search all college tennis programs by gender, division, and conference. Simply click on the grey Team Directory link to the left above the default DI Men’s list shown.