Newks College Showcase to be held November 23-24
Press Release, 3 November 2013
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Players and Coaches - Attend the John Newcombe College Showcase Weekend November 23-24!
Newks College Showcase gives coaches the perfect opportunity to meet and watch potential recruits compete. Exposure between college coaches and players can be challenging, and this is the time of year most high school juniors begin looking into colleges tennis programs.
Over the weekend, you will have many opportunities to interact with our players:
- Point, Set and Match play
- Team tennis format in both singles and doubles
- Fitness Sessions
- Live ball drills
- Q&A Sessions
- Three meals on-site
- Open to all players as well as Division II, III and Junior College Coaches
Don't miss this chance to get a head start recruiting your team! For more details, and to find out who will be attending, please email Phil Hendrie at [email protected].
Click here to learn more and to register online.
Please feel free to pass this information to current recruits whom you may want to watch in action.
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