WAM Sports College Showcase to be held December 5-6
Press Release, 24 November 2013
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Players and Coaches - Attend the WAM Sports College Tennis Camp and Showcase
The WAM Sports College Tennis Camp and Showcase is a great way to get exposed to and recruited by 40+ U.S. college tennis coaches. College coaches from all divisions across country will be in attendance to educate you about the college tennis recruiting process and spend time with you on court during exposure camp day on Dec 5th. In addition, you will have an opportunity to showcase your talent and be scouted & recruited by coaches in a competitive setting on Dec 6th. Further, your player profiles will be sent to numerous colleges in the WAM Sports network.
Open to all competitive tennis players' ages 14+ that want to play college tennis
Open to all college coaches - NCAA Div 1, 2, 3, NJCAA & NAIA
The 2013 WAM Sports Camp on December 5 includes:
- Classroom presentations / Q&A session with college coaches
- Get tips & hints from college coaches to improve your game
- Learn about the college recruiting process
- Understand the different divisions & levels of college tennis
- Train like a college tennis player
- Interact with top college coaches from across the U.S.
The 2013 WAM Sports Showcase on December 6 includes:
- Round-Robin Match-Ups
- College coaches will receive your "Personal Recruiting Profile"
- Your opportunity to get scouted & recruited on site!
- Information Seminar - "simplifying the college recruiting process"
- Certificate of Participation
*Event t-shirt & lunch included on both days
For more details, and to find out who will be attending, please email Tarek Merchant at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 786-309-3885.
Click here to learn more and register online.
College Coaches - Please pass this information to current recruits that you want to see in action!
*If you are attending the Orange Bowl - This is a great opportunity to see 60+ additional players.
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