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University of North Carolina Men | Women

Division:NCAA - Div. I
Location:Chapel Hill, NC
Head Coach:Sam Paul
Assistant Coach:Tripp Phillips
Institution Type:Public
Environment:Large town
Student Population:16,000+
Top Recruiting Classes: #17 in 2016, #11 in 2015, #3 in 2013, #10 in 2012, #10 in 2009, #3 in 2008, #2 in 2006

The commitment list includes both verbal commitments from players and official commitments reported by schools.
 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010
William Blumberg Greenwich CT
Kavir Kumar Mooresville NC
Ladd Harrison Atlanta GA
Joshua Peck Calgary AB
Simon Friis Soendergaard   DEN
The prospect list includes all high-school players that have indicated interest in a program.
 2017 | 2018 | 2019 | 2020
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Recruiting News
The following articles are relevant to the North Carolina men's team.
Countdown: Blue Chip Boys
We kick off the second week of the Countdown to Signing Day with a look at the top boys in the senior class. This year's Blue Chip recruits talked with us about their decision process. Some have made verbal commitments, most have confirmed or taken their official visits, and some are still wide open. Take a look and see where things stand ...
September Aces Feature Memorable Wins
From junior slams titles for North Americans, to Challenger wins for Europeans to a Davis Cup clinch for a South American, September featured memorable wins by teenagers and current collegians. Former collegians, including the reigning NCAA champions, also grabbed the spotlight last month as summer turned to fall.
Roundtable: Turning Professional Before Graduation
With the U.S. Open occurring this month, several top college tennis players are considering turning pro. The lure of pro tennis can be strong, even if it means leaving college before his or her graduation date. So, we asked a panel of respected coaches the following question: What advice do you give to one of your current players who is considering turning pro before graduation?
Mmoh Heads 18s Field, Greif Tops 16s Draw at Kalamazoo
The USTA Boys 16 and 18 Nationals have always drawn the cream of the US junior crop, with the 18s champions offered wild cards into the US Open main draws and the 16s champions receiving wild cards into the US Open Juniors. New this year are an array of new enticements: wild cards into USTA Pro Circuit events - as well as additional US Open Junior wild cards - are being offered tor those who finish in the Top 5 in each division. Colette Lewis of ZooTennis.com takes a look at the fields.
More Recruiting Articles...
The Sports News Wire
We continuously monitor news feeds from various online sources such as CSTV, UWIRE, and JumpTV to bring you the latest news about your favorite teams.
18-Oct-2016 Tar Heel Duo Falls In Tough Final Match
17-Oct-2016 Kelly And Peck To Play For Title
17-Oct-2016 Two Tar Heel Doubles Teams Reach ITA Regional Quarters
16-Oct-2016 Three Tar Heels Advance To Round Of 16 In Cary
10-Oct-2016 Schneider Reaches Consolation Final At ITA All-American
22-Sep-2016 UNC Rewards Seven Championship Coaches With New Contracts
18-Sep-2016 Tar Heels Wrap Up Weekend Play In Cary
16-Sep-2016 Tar Heels Launch Into Tournament Action In Cary
15-Sep-2016 Schneider Ranked No. 10 In Preseason Rankings
8-Aug-2016 Schnur To Pursue Professional Tennis Career
More Wire News...
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