I recently received an email from junior player, Lauren James, asking if I'd be interested in publishing her story on ParentingAces. Lauren is a high school junior in Florida and is the first athlete in DIII Carnegie Mellon University history to be accepted as a student-athlete as an 11th-grader. She
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
Click the white arrow below to listen to this week's podcast: http://traffic.libsyn.com/parentingaces/Matt_Brisotti_podcast.output.mp3 June is prime recruiting season for many college coaches. That said, what better time to do a podcast about Division III and how it differs from DI? Coach Matt Brisotti leads both the men's and women's tennis teams at Hamilton College,
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.
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