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University of Chicago Men | Women

Division:NCAA - Div. III
Location:Chicago, IL
Head Coach:Jay Tee
Assistant Coach:Kris Powell
Institution Type:Private
Environment:Very large city
Student Population:4,000+
Top Recruiting Classes: R.V. in 2008
Top Mid-Major Classes: #21 in 2016, R.V. in 2015
Top Div. III Classes: #1 in 2016, #2 in 2015, #7 in 2014, #11 in 2013, #13 in 2012, #13 in 2011

The commitment list includes both verbal commitments from players and official commitments reported by schools.
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The prospect list includes all high-school players that have indicated interest in a program.
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Recruiting News
The following articles are relevant to the Chicago women's team.
2016 Top Mid-Major Women's Classes
TennisRecruiting.net picks up where it left off on Monday with more rankings of mid-major recruiting classes. Today we present the Top 25 mid-major women's recruiting classes for 2016. Check out the Waves - who are cresting at the top of the rankings.
Top Women's Classes - 2016 Winter Rankings
Nearly five hundred senior girls - including 91 of the Top 100 - have already signed or verbally committed to college programs. With so many commitments, our Winter Recruiting Class rankings could not be more timely. The Tennis Recruiting Network is proud to present the Top 25 Women's College Tennis Recruiting Classes of 2016.
Fall Signing Week '15: Freshmen to Watch in D-III Tennis
Tomorrow is Signing Day, when players can sign NLI contracts with NCAA Division I or II schools. Division III athletics is different in that there are no formal athletic scholarships, but recruiting in D-III is similar in that hundreds of high school players are committing to D-III programs even as we speak. Our friends at Division3Tennis.com take a look at last year's recruits - and how they will fit into their teams as freshmen in 2015-16.
Countdown: Differences in Recruiting Men and Women
College tennis coaches must be adept at finding talent to fill their rosters. Perhaps the coaches with the most difficult tasks are those that direct both women's and men's teams. We put the question to our panel of coaches: What are the main differences between recruiting for a men's program and a women's program? Do you sell your school differently depending on the gender of the recruit?
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.
3-Oct-2016 Maroon women's tennis finishes runner-up in singles and doubles at ITA Regional
2-Oct-2016 UChicago women's tennis earns spots in singles and doubles finals at ITA Regional day three
1-Oct-2016 Maroon women's tennis sends four singles and three doubles to quarterfinals at day two of ITA Regional
30-Sep-2016 UChicago women's tennis advances seven singles and four doubles at first day of ITA Regional
28-Sep-2016 Women's Tennis Preview: Maroons travel to Kalamazoo for ITA Regionals
20-Sep-2016 Maroon tennis teams start season with wins over Carthage
19-Sep-2016 Tennis Preview: UChicago kicks off season at home versus Carthage, on the road at ITA Regionals
8-Sep-2016 UChicago tennis teams embarking on 10-day trip to Europe
23-Aug-2016 2016-17 Maroon tennis season preview
30-Jun-2016 Maroon men's and women's tennis bring in top recruiting classes
More Wire News...
10/25 Amanda Nava chooses Saint Joseph's
10/25 Isabelle Porter chooses Stonehill
10/25 Danielle Quevedo chooses New Mexico
10/24 Carling Deehr chooses Western Carolina
10/24 Hannah Gianan chooses Seattle
10/24 Kyra Jung chooses Seattle
10/24 Christina Bugg chooses North Georgia
10/23 Jeffrey Schenk chooses Thomas More
10/23 Anna McDonald chooses Southern Indiana
10/23 Zane Kohrs chooses UTRGV

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