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 USC men's team.
Fifteen Champions Emerge as January Aces
Whether tournaments were won in South America or Central America,
Australia or Europe, or the East or West Coast of the United States,
the location was less significant for the fifteen young players below
than the fact theyâ€™ve kicked off 2016 in the best way possible: as
ITA Division I Kick-off Weekend Wrapup
A tremendous weekend of college tennis action concluded on Monday
afternoon with Columbia winning a thriller over Stanford, so we now
know the 32 teams that will be participating in February at the 2016
ITA National Team Indoor Championships. The women's event will be held
at the Nielsen Tennis Center in Madison, Wisc., starting February 5,
while the men's event starts February 12 at the Boar's Head Sports
Club in Charlottesville, Va.
Top Men's Classes - 2016 Winter Rankings
As we move toward the end of January, the senior class of the Class of
2016 has been fully engaged. More that 900 seniors have made
commitments to college tennis programs so far, and dozens more are
making verbal commitments each and every week. The decision-making
will continue, but the end of January is a great time to see where
things stand. Today, the Tennis Recruiting Network is excited to bring
you its poll of the Top 25 Men's College Tennis Recruiting Classes.
Former College Stars Make Noise
Former college stars made some noise on the professional circuit in
November, with one winning an Australian Open main draw wild card,
while US girls swept titles at the big ITF junior events in Mexico.
With the final major of the ITA fall season, along with professional
success for juniors, a total of 14 players added to their career
highlights last month.
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