The commitment list includes both verbal commitments from players and official commitments reported by schools.
The prospect list includes all high-school players that have indicated interest in a program.
The following articles are relevant to the Florida women's team.
Loeb and Thompson Claim USTA/ITA Indoor Titles
The freshman's title was no surprise, while the senior's run to the
championship caught everyone off guard at the USTA/ITA Indoor
Intercollegiate Championships earlier this month. Eighteen-year-old
All-American champion Jamie Loeb of North Carolina dethroned defending
champion Robin Anderson of UCLA 6-3 6-2 in the final, but the Bruins
got their title when Clay Thompson defeated Jared Hiltzik of Illinois
6-4, 7-5 in the men's championship match.
Fall Signing Week '13: Austin is Third Gator Blue Chip
It's a tough call for super-achieving USTA juniors: College tennis or
the professional tour? For Brooke Austin, a 17-year-old from
Indianapolis, Indiana, it was hardly a stretch to see herself as a
fulltime WTA competitor. But after weighing the decision from all
angles, Austin concluded that college tennis - and two-time NCAA
champion Florida - would be the logical steppingstone to her dream of
a professional tennis career.
Fall Signing Week '13: Blue Chip Update
The time has come. The time is now. Today, The Tennis Recruiting
Network kicks off its coverage of Signing Week 2013, and our slate of
articles is ready to go. Lots of articles, and lots of commitment
announcements. Lots of what you want. We kick things off today with
one final look at the Blue Chip boys and girls.
Both college and junior tennis feature important tournaments during
the month, while the many post-US Open tournaments present aspiring
professionals with an opportunity to boost their ATP and WTA rankings.
Throw in a memorable Davis Cup debut and the result is a multitude of
October aces, 17 in all.
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