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Real World: Idaho's Jeff Beaman

Jeff Beaman has been the head coach of men's tennis at the University of Idaho since the beginning of the 2006-07 season. Beaman has rebuilt the Vandals program from the ground up. Taking over a team that posted only two victories in 2006, he now has the program ranked among the Top 50 in the Campbell's ITA College Team Rankings.

Idaho Coach Jeff Beaman
courtesy, Idaho Athletics
Beaman is the subject of our latest installment of The Real World of College Recruiting with recruiting expert Annette Broersma. These real stories should help potential recruits better understand the road ahead.

Broersma talks with Beaman about his recruiting and coaching philosophies - and his overall experiences with college tennis.


Annette Broersma (AB): What is the best way for a recruit to approach you?

Jeff Beaman (JB): An introductory email that gives some tennis and academic info is always a great way for a recruit to express an interest and start communicating with a coach.

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