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A Deeper Look Inside 2019 NCAA DI Championships with Todd Widom

To listen to this week's podcast, click the white arrow below: http://traffic.libsyn.com/parentingaces/Todd_Widom_NCAAs.mp3 Welcome to Season 8, Episode 23 of the ParentingAces Podcast! In this episode, I discuss the NCAAs with coach - and former University of Miami standout - Todd Widom. If you follow ParentingAces on any social media, you are well aware

Change to DI Recruiting Rules

The NCAA is a challenging organization when it comes to staying on top of recruiting and eligibility rules, to say the least. As I tweeted yesterday, it announced yet another change to contact rules for Division I recruiting just one year after its last rule change. The goal of these

ITA Singles Rankings by Country

Fall rankings

Yesterday, the ITA released its first rankings of the 2018-19 academic year. Given all the conversation about how many international versus American players are playing college tennis, I thought it would be interesting to look at the country of record for the top incoming Division I freshmen as well as

Blue Gray Tennis Classic

  I spent the day on Friday in Montgomery, Alabama, at the Blue Gray National Tennis Classic Tournament, a co-ed collegiate event with a storied past. Now in its 70th year, somehow this tournament continues to improve, bringing a fantastic college tennis experience to players, coaches, parents, and fans of all ages.

Right Team, Wrong Guy

The following is a re-post (with permission, of course!) of Eric Butorac's latest article for Universal Tennis. It is a candid look at his choice of college teams and his decision to transfer not only schools but also divisions. Thank you to Eric and UTR for sharing with ParentingAces! One of the

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