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2012 Top Mid-Major Women's Classes
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On Monday, the Tennis Recruiting Network published its list of the top men's mid-major recruiting classes. Today, we take a look at the women.

More than 750 girls are on the commitment lists at TennisRecruiting.net, and the bulk of these commitmets are to schools outside the so-called "high major" conferences that are affiliated with Bowl Championship Series conferences in football. In tennis, we consider the high majors to be the ACC, Big East, Big 10, Big 12, Pac 10, and SEC - as well as the Ivy League.

The rankings in this article include all teams outside of those conferences.

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