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The prospect list includes all high-school players that have indicated interest in a program.
The following articles are relevant to the Texas men's team.
Roundtable: Attracting Fans to College Tennis Matches
Every college program wants to develop its fan support, and college
tennis programs are no exception. Teams will often promote special
events that cater to loyal fans and alumni as well as to bring in new
fans. Kids days, homecomings, food, and hit-with-the-players sessions
are just a few examples. We presented the following question to our
panel of coaches: What are some of the things you do to attract fans to
your program? What special events do you put on?
Top Men's Classes - 2016 Spring Rankings
The Tennis Recruiting Network is excited to present its spring ranking
of the Top 25 Men's Recruiting Classes for 2016. New commitments have
brought seven new teams to the rankings - including two new previously
unranked classes into the Top 10. But the Top Dawgs of the rankings
remain the same as they were during the winter ... and the selection is
NCAA Tournament Roundtable - Part II
The NCAA Division I Tennis Championships start today. The top men's
and women's college tennis programs face off in first-round action
across the country, with all teams competing for tickets to
Tulsa, Okla., and a spot in the Sweet 16. Check out insights
from our college tennis contributors - and see who they picked as
darkhorses and champions.
NCAA Tournament Roundtable - Part I
The brackets are set, and this weekend, the NCAA Division I Tennis
Championships get underway. 64 men's and women's college tennis teams
will head to campus venues around the country to compete in first- and
second-round action. The winners will make up the Sweet 16 and head
to Tulsa, Oklahoma, to compete for the team title. Today, our college
tennis contributors preview the "Big Dance" of college tennis.
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