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 Notre Dame men's team.
Notre Dame Dominates Ball State in College Match Day Contest
Only hours after a grueling and emotional home loss to top-ranked Ohio
State Saturday afternoon, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish returned to
the Eck Tennis Pavilion courts to sweep Ball State in a nationally
streamed USTA College Match Day contest Saturday evening, rebounding
quickly from the disappointing loss to the Buckeyes.
Top Men's Classes - 2014 Winter Rankings
The senior class has been busy. More than 850 seniors in the Class of
2014 have made commitments to college tennis programs so far, with
dozens more 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 and
Solfire are excited to bring you its poll of the Top 25 Men's College
Tennis Recruiting Classes.
Blue Chip Lebedev a Fighting Irish in 2015
Alexander Lebedev impressed college coaches with his focus,
discipline, patience, skill and determination at the Boys' 16
Nationals in Kalamazoo, Mich. Among those who expressed interest in
Lebedev, who is still a high school junior, was Notre Dame. A few
months later, the blue chip junior from Island Park, New York,
verbally committed to play for the Fighting Irish in 2015.
Top Men's Classes - 2013 Spring Rankings
Today we release our spring rankings of the Top 25 Men's Recruiting
Classes. New commitments - including a number of Blue Chip and
international players - have moved a number of teams up and down. The
Virginia Cavaliers still sit at the top of the rankings, but there are
a number of new teams in both the Top 10 and Top 25. Take a look at
the results of our most recent poll.
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