|Seton Hall University
||Men | Women
|Division:||NCAA - Div. I
|Location:||South Orange, NJ|
|Head Coach:||Gregory Wyzykowski|
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Roundtable: Weighing in on the Big XII Cheering/Heckling Rule (Part 1)
Thanks to a conference committee spearheaded by TCU head men's coach
David Roditi, the Big XII implemented a "decorum policy"
this season allowing fans to cheer during points in an effort to
involve those more accustomed to the raucous atmosphere of a
basketball or football game. There has been a lot of discussion in the
tennis world - find out what several college coaches have to say on
Roundtable: Role of the Parent in College Recruiting (Part 2)
Last month, we asked our panel of coaches to give their best advice to
college players and their parents when it comes to navigating the
recruiting process together. Today we have more coaches addressing
the ideal role for the parent during the recruiting process.
Countdown: Coach Roundtable on College Transfers (Part 2)
Last month, we asked our panel of college coaches about transferring.
Why do so many student athletes transfer from one school to another -
or quit their sports altogether? In today's roundtable article, more
college coaches weigh in with their thoughts...
Countdown: How and When to Contact College Coaches
Although many serious junior tennis players want to play college
tennis, most do not understand how the recruiting process work. Many
players ask us why coaches are not reaching out to them, and we
explain to them that communications are almost always initiated by
the player. Players then want to know how best to do that. We put the
question to our panel of college coaches: When should players contact
college coaches? What is the most effective way of reaching out?
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