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Amherst College Men | Women


Division:NCAA - Div. III
Conference:NESCAC
Location:Amherst, MA
Head Coach:Todd Doebler
Assistant Coach:Rich Bonfiglio
Institution Type:Private
Environment:Large town
Student Population:Less than 2,500
Top Recruiting Classes: #21 in 2016, #25 in 2012, R.V. in 2010, R.V. in 2008
Top Mid-Major Classes: #16 in 2015, #21 in 2013, #11 in 2012, #11 in 2010, #13 in 2008
Top Div. III Classes: #2 in 2015, #1 in 2013, #1 in 2012, #7 in 2011, #1 in 2010


 
 Commitments
The commitment list includes both verbal commitments from players and official commitments reported by schools.
 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010
 
RatingNameCityState
Jayson Fung San Francisco CA
Joshua Marchalik East Brunswick NJ
Gabriel Owens Los Altos CA
Oscar Burney Seattle WA
Nathan Kaplan Newton MA
Chris Paradis Maplewood NJ
 
 Prospects
The prospect list includes all high-school players that have indicated interest in a program.
 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019
 
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Recruiting News
 
The following articles are relevant to the Amherst men's team.
 
29-Mar-2016
Countdown: D-III Recruiting
The team at Division III Tennis contributes to the Coundown to Signing Day by touching on how recruiting has made an even bigger impact year after year in our world - with so many more top players from around the country deciding to choose D-III. One of our newest writers, D3TennisGreek, brings his recruiting background and general love for D-III Tennis to the table and will be outlining the recruiting phenomenon that is happening throughout the country.
 
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...
 
23-Mar-2016
Countdown: Jayson Fung Crossing the Country for Amherst
Jayson Fung started his college search by looking at several Division I programs. The more he explored his opportunities, the more Fung realized he needed to expand his options. Although Fung wanted to play for a highly-competitive tennis program, he wanted a more balanced college experience. The five-star recruit began focusing on the Division III level, and found the perfect match at Amherst College in Massachusetts.
 
25-Jan-2016
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.
 
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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. 14 Men's Tennis Edged by No. 4 Middlebury, 7-2
17-Apr-2016 No. 14 Men's Tennis Splits with No. 11 Wesleyan, Springfield
15-Apr-2016 No. 14 Men's Tennis Topples MIT, 6-3
10-Apr-2016 No. 8 Men's Tennis Falls to No. 2 Bowdoin, 9-0
9-Apr-2016 No. 8 Men's Tennis Defeats No. 22 Bates, 8-1
3-Apr-2016 No. 8 Amherst Defeats Skidmore, 6-3
2-Apr-2016 No. 8 Amherst Falls to No. 17 Tufts, 7-2
31-Mar-2016 No. 8 Men's Tennis Powers Past Trinity, 7-2
27-Mar-2016 No. 7 Amherst Splits with Colby, Harvard
19-Mar-2016 No. 7 Amherst Edged by CMS, 5-4
 
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