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Top Women's Classes - 2009 Winter Rankings

The Spring Signing Period is only two months away, and many senior girls have already made their college decisions. Over 300 girls - including more than 80 of our Top 100 - either signed Letters of Intent in the fall or have announced verbal commitments.

So... how is your favorite school doing? Last week, we took a look at the boys. Today, the Tennis Recruiting Network shows you where things stand with the ladies... with our Winter Rankings of the Top 25 Women's Recruiting Classes for the Class of 2009.


Media Poll

Our recruiting class rankings are based on votes from a panel of junior tennis experts. We appreciate the time that these journalists, tournament directors, referees, and ranking chairmen from across the country have donated to vote on these recruiting classes. The panelists for this voting period are shown after the rank list below.

Each panelist submitted his/her list of the Top 25 recruiting classes. Schools received 25 points for each first-place vote, 24 points for each second-place vote, on down to 1 point for each 25th-place vote. Because data for transfer students is so hard to come by, we asked the panelists to not consider transfer students in the voting process. We also tried to not include players who enrolled this spring.

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11/25 Jackson Cobb chooses Texas Tech
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11/24 Matthew Gonzales chooses Ottawa
11/24 William Piekarsky chooses Indiana
11/24 Adam Ambrozy chooses Columbia
11/24 Roos Van Der Zwaan chooses Auburn
11/24 Samantha Smith chooses BYU
11/24 Osgar O'Hoisin chooses Wisconsin
11/24 Gui Gomes chooses Illinois

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