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 Princeton men's team.
Roundtable: Effects of New Scoring in Division I (Part 1)
After experimenting with different methods to accelerate the pace of
play in college tennis, the NCAA has approved several adjustments to
the scoring system in Division I tennis initially proposed by the ITA.
No-ad scoring, shortened doubles sets and eliminating formal warm-ups
are modifications meant to engage fans and shorten the time
student-athletes spend on the court. We talked with a number of
college coaches about how these changes impact their preparation.
Top Men's Classes - 2016 Winter Rankings
As we move toward the end of January, the senior class of the Class of
2016 has been fully engaged. More that 900 seniors have made
commitments to college tennis programs so far, and dozens more are
making verbal commitments each and every week. The decision-making
will continue, but the end of January is a great time to see where
things stand. Today, the Tennis Recruiting Network is excited to bring
you its poll of the Top 25 Men's College Tennis Recruiting Classes.
Fall Signing Week '15: Overview and Blue Chip Update
The time has come. The time is now. Today, The Tennis Recruiting
Network kicks off its coverage of Signing Week 2015, and our slate of
articles is ready to go. Lots of articles, and lots of commitment
announcements. Lots of what you want. We kick things off today with
one final look at the Blue Chip boys and girls.
May Aces Come from College and Junior Stars
From the clay courts of the United States and Italy, to the hard
courts of Texas, Nigeria, Korea and Portugal, these 15
players - juniors, collegians and former college stars - produced
outstanding performances last month, generating buzz throughout the
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