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 Virginia women's team.
Sophie Chang Commits to the Wahoos
When Sophie Chang was still in elementary school, she didn't know
much about college tennis, but she had an idea that she wanted to head
south to Virginia. Surely enough, that is what will happen. Chang, a
homeschooled Blue Chip rising senior from Havre de Grace, Md., has
committed to play for the Virginia Cavaliers, who have become one of
the nation's top programs in the past few seasons under Mark
American Collegiate Invitational to Debut at US Open
When sixteen American collegians take the courts late in the second
week of this year's American Collegiate Invitational at the US Open,
they will enjoy the same perks and surroundings as professionals
Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal. The college players will not share
in the millions of dollars of prize money, but they can collect
something the pros cannot - a guarantee of entry for the following year.
May produced a whopping 18 aces, with current and former college
players highlighting last month's performances. Europe's red clay also
hosted some notable achievements, as did the hard courts of Korea,
Mexico and Tunisia.
Top Women's Classes - 2014 Spring Rankings
Our Recruiting Class Rankings continue with a look at the ladies.
Tennis Recruiting is proud to present its spring rankings of the Top
25 Women's College Tennis Recruiting Classes of 2014. Once again, the
Florida Gators are making themselves at home in the top spot.
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