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Tulane University Men | Women


Division:NCAA - Div. I
Conference:The American
Location:New Orleans, LA
Head Coach:Mark Booras
Assistant Coach:James McKie
Institution Type:Private
Environment:Very large city
Student Population:7,000+
Top Recruiting Classes: #22 in 2012, #25 in 2009
Top Mid-Major Classes: #8 in 2015, #9 in 2013, #3 in 2012, #6 in 2009


 
 Commitments
The commitment list includes both verbal commitments from players and official commitments reported by schools.
 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010
 
RatingNameCityState
Jonathan Star Calabasas CA
Chase Schupp New Orleans LA
Tim Ruetzel   GER
Luis Erlenbusch Bruchsal GER
 
 Prospects
The prospect list includes all high-school players that have indicated interest in a program.
 2016 | 2017 | 2019
 
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Recruiting News
 
The following articles are relevant to the Tulane men's team.
 
28-Mar-2016
Countdown: Previewing the Top 100 Boys
Last Monday, we visited with the girls. Today, the top boys in the senior class talk college recruiting. Find out where the Top 100 boys are leaning, and see who your favorite school is after...
 
4-Dec-2015
Former College Stars Make Noise
Former college stars made some noise on the professional circuit in November, with one winning an Australian Open main draw wild card, while US girls swept titles at the big ITF junior events in Mexico. With the final major of the ITA fall season, along with professional success for juniors, a total of 14 players added to their career highlights last month.
 
1-Jul-2015
Roundtable: How To Spend Your Summer (Part 1)
Unlike many college sports, which feature dedicated off-seasons during the year, tennis has very few built-in breaks. As such, it can be tempting for collegiate players to either undertrain or overtrain when away from their coaches and teammates during the summer - both of which can set a student-athlete up for failure when the fall tournament season rolls around. We asked our panel of coaches how they want their players to approach their time away from school.
 
8-Jun-2015
2015 Top Mid-Major Men's Classes
The Tennis Recruiting Network continues its series of recruiting class rankings with the first of our mid-major conference rankings. Today we present the Top 25 mid-major men's recruiting classes for 2015... and Beware the Broncos.
 
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.
 
23-Apr-2016 No. 4 MTN's Run in AAC Tournament Ends with 4-2 Loss to No. 1 USF
22-Apr-2016 No. 4 MTN Shuts Out No. 5 Memphis, 4-0
21-Apr-2016 No. 4 MTN Begins AAC Tournament Run Against No. 5 Memphis
18-Apr-2016 Tulane Men's Tennis Tabbed with No. 4 seed at AAC Championships
17-Apr-2016 No. 28 MTN Ends Regular Season with 4-3 Loss at No. 26 Rice
15-Apr-2016 No. 28 MTN to Wrap Regular Season Play at No. 26 Rice
13-Apr-2016 American Athletic Conference Tennis Championship Finals to Feature Live Video Coverage
10-Apr-2016 No. 27 Tulane Men's Tennis Falls 5-2 to No. 22 USF
9-Apr-2016 No. 27 MTN Set for Senior Day Showdown with No. 22 USF
3-Apr-2016 No. 23 MTN Comes Up Short in 4-3 Battle to No. 24 Tulsa
 
More Wire News...
 
 
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Campus Showdowns are one-day, short-format tournaments open to juniors, college players, professionals, and adults. These events give junior players a chance to compete against college competition on a college campus.
 
 
 
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