|University of Texas at Tyler
||Men | Women
|Division:||NCAA - Div. III
|Head Coach:||Chris Bizot|
|Assistant Coach:||Joseph Vann|
|Top Div. III Classes:||
#25 in 2016
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2016 Top NCAA Division III Men's Classes
The Tennis Recruiting Network presents its recruiting class rankings
for NCAA Division III conferences. Today we present our Top 25 D-III
men's recruiting classes for 2016. This year, the No. 1 class comes
from Amherst College for the first time since 2013.
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.
Countdown: Differences in Recruiting Men and Women
College tennis coaches must be adept at finding talent to fill their
rosters. Perhaps the coaches with the most difficult tasks are those
that direct both women's and men's teams. We put the question to our
panel of coaches: What are the main differences between recruiting for
a men's program and a women's program? Do you sell your school
differently depending on the gender of the recruit?
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