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Panel Discussion: Dividing Men's Scholarships

The NCAA only allows 4.5 scholarships for NCAA Division I and II men's tennis programs - and the programs are allowed to divide these scholarships among their players. For example, a single scholarship can be awarded as a full scholarship to a single player - or it might be divided into "partial scholarships" for three players: 50%, 25%, and 25%.

We asked our distinguished panel of former coaches how they divided these scholarships among their players.

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