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 USC women's team.
Countdown: Previewing the Top 100 Girls
The Countdown to Signing Day continues with a look at the Top 100
girls in the senior class. The vast majority of these athletes
have already made written or verbal commitments, but college
coaches are still after these highly-regarded young women. Find
out which girls are still open, which have narrowed their lists, and
which have made commitments...
Californians Failla and Huang Take 18s Titles
A pair of Californians - Jessica Failla of Ramona and Austen Huang of
Elk Grove - won their first national singles titles on Jan. 2 at the
USTA National Winter Championships in Mesa, Ariz. Failla, a freshman
at Southern Cal, defeated Alyvia Jones of Midland, Mich., 6-3 6-1 in
the girls 18 final. Huang, the No. 8 boys seed, didn't have a set
closer than 6-3 until the final, where he defeated No. 1 seed William
Genesen of Tulsa, Okla., 6-3, 0-6, 6-1 for the boys title.
June Aces Shine in Paris and on Pro Circuit
School's out for summer and college stars, both current and former,
took advantage of their opportunities in Pro Circuit tournaments last
month. In addition, two teens added their names to the list of junior
slam champions in Paris, while others made their mark on hard courts
across the globe.
Top Women's Classes - 2015 Spring Rankings
Last week, TennisRecruiting.net ranked the men's recruiting classes.
Today, we take a look at the women. TennisRecruiting.net is proud to
present its spring rankings of the Top 25 Women's Recruiting Classes.
A couple of new faces have popped into the Top Ten over the past few
months, but the top of our rankings remains the same - with the
Cardinal again reigning supreme.
More Recruiting Articles...