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2007 Top Mid-Major Women's Classes

Tennis is one of the most popular college sports around. There are almost 2,500 programs across the country playing intercollegiate tennis at some level.

Today we take a look at the top college recruiting classes from the "mid-major" programs - programs outside of the so-called "high-major" conferences that play for national championships in football.

Many mid-major schools compete at a very high level. In Division I post-season play, mid-major teams posted eleven match wins in the NCAA team tournament, Middle Tennessee won the Division I men's doubles title, and William & Mary was runner-up in Division I women's doubles.

We can also talk about many quality teams in Division II, Division III, NAIA, NJCAA, and CCC - teams that compete for national titles every year.

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10/27 Anastasiya Joyner chooses Army
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