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The Mystique of Ivy League Tennis

Recruiting Class Rankings
Women's ProgramsMen's Programs
2007 2008 2009 2007 2008 2009
Brown - 10 25 - - -
Columbia - - 7 - - -
Cornell 20 - - - - -
Dartmouth 22 - - - - -
Harvard - 8 3 10 - 11
Penn - - 22 - - 21
Princeton 13 1 17 - 13 22
Yale - - 14 - - 4
Table 1: Recruiting class rankings for Ivy programs from 2007-2009

A current Ivy League coach was interviewed for this article and said "If you are a Three Star Recruit, it is very hard to get recruited by the Ivies." Players looking to play for the prestigious Ivies should not underestimate the top athletic level and highly competitive academic nature of such programs.

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