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 Pomona-Pitzer women's team.
Three of the four ITA Team Indoor Champions were first-time winners,
but they were not the only new faces among those excelling last month.
Two juniors claimed their first titles on the Pro Circuit, while two
NCAA champions, in their first full year as professionals, added to
their trophy collections.
Roundtable: When to Take Recruiting Trips (Part 2)
Last month, we talked with college coaches about when recruits should
plan their unofficial and official visits. Today, we engage several more
college coaches to get their takes on the matter. Our panel takes on
the question: When is the best time for students to take their recruiting
trips? Are players that don't go during their junior years at a
Fall Signing Week '15: Freshmen to Watch in D-III Tennis
Tomorrow is Signing Day, when players can sign NLI contracts with NCAA
Division I or II schools. Division III athletics is different in that
there are no formal athletic scholarships, but recruiting in D-III is
similar in that hundreds of high school players are committing to
D-III programs even as we speak. Our friends at Division3Tennis.com
take a look at last year's recruits - and how they will fit into their
teams as freshmen in 2015-16.
Roundtable: How To Spend Your Summer (Part 1)
Unlike many college sports, which feature dedicated off-seasons during
the year, tennis has very few built-in breaks. As such, it can be
tempting for collegiate players to either undertrain or overtrain when
away from their coaches and teammates during the summer - both of which
can set a student-athlete up for failure when the fall tournament
season rolls around. We asked our panel of coaches how they want their
players to approach their time away from school.
More Recruiting Articles...