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 Texas A&M women's team.
ITA Format Experiment Comments: Part Two
In part one of my discussion with college coaches, there was little
support for continuing the women's experiment, which featured a match
tiebreaker in lieu of a full third set. In part two below, five more
coaches provide their perspective on the ITA's format experiment, as
does Dustin Taylor, the USTA's National Coach for Collegiate Tennis,
and Mitchell Frank, the University of Virginia's No. 1 player, who is
leading the student-athlete opposition to any change of format.
Top Women's Classes - 2013 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.
The 2013 NCAA Team Champion Stanford Cardinal added another Blue
Chip athlete to its recruiting haul this spring - which was enough
to knock the Tar Heels out of the top spot. Take a look at where
Virginia Men Claim First, Stanford Women Collect Seventeenth NCAA Team Championship
For the Virginia men, it was a long delayed first title; for the
Stanford women, it was title 17, but the only numbers that mattered
Tuesday in the finals of NCAA Division I Team Championships at the
Khan Outdoor Tennis Center at the University of Illinois was 4-3, the
score of Virginia's win over UCLA and Stanford's win over Texas A&M.
Countdown: Previewing the Top 100 Girls
Many of the top girls committed during Fall Signing Week last November,
but a number of top targets were still available. We talked with many
recruits in the Top 100 to find out where they are in their decision
process. Some have decided, some have narrowed their lists, and many
are still wide open.
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