|Oklahoma State University
||Men | Women
|Division:||NCAA - Div. I
|Head Coach:||Chris Young|
|Assistant Coach:||Matt Manasse|
|Top Recruiting Classes:||
#18 in 2016, #4 in 2013, #6 in 2011
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The following articles are relevant to the Oklahoma State women's team.
Rose Continuing To Blossom In Pros
Malika Rose referred to herself as a wildcard when searching for a
school to play collegiate tennis at. With the help of Chris Young and
Jamea Jackson, the Brooklyn, New York native become a catalyst for the
rise of the Oklahoma State Cowgirls, who stormed their way to an NCAA
runner-up finish this year. Now back on the pro circuit after a
near-yearlong injury layoff, Rose is eager to prove she's no thorn.
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?
May Aces Spotlight College Tennis
College tennis takes the spotlight in May with the NCAA championships,
while junior tennis features the Grade A Italian Open in Milan as its
showcase event. Former college players, particularly those from the
PAC-12, had a slew of notable results, and several juniors earned
titles on the ITF Pro Circuit.
Top Women's Classes - 2016 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 2016. As in the winter,
a trio of Blue Chip recruits powers the LSU Tigers to the top spot.
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