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Many people are curious about college tennis and the college recruiting process. When should I get started? How does it all work?

There are lots of educational opportunities, but one great way to get started is through introductory information sessions. All across the country, USTA Sections and other organizations are hosting such information sessions, showcases, and forums to educate players and parents on college tennis and recruiting.

The USTA College Tennis Website includes a page with links to upcoming events about college tennis. Here are some events coming up in November:

USTA Middle States College Showcase
November 6, 2010
Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis & Education Center
Philadelphia, PA
Michael Kennedy: (610) 935-5000 x226

 

A.C.E. College Information Fair
November 6, 2010
USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center
Flushing, NY
Linda Mann: (914) 697-2385

 

USTA Eastern College Showcase Day
November 7, 2010
USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center
Flushing, NY
Julie Bliss: (914) 697-2229

 

USTA New England College Day Forum
November 7, 2010
College of the Holy Cross
Worcester, MA
David Zeutas-Broer: (508) 366-3450 x22

 

USTA Mid-Atlantic College Showcase
November 20, 2010
The College of William & Mary
Williamsburg, VA
Bonnie Vona: (703) 556-6120 x17

 

USTA/PTM College Tennis Showcase
November 21, 2010
Methodist University
Fayetteville, NC
Kelly Gaines: (336) 882-8577

 

Keep up to date with future sessions and showcases by monitoring this page on the USTA College Tennis Website.

 

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