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Why College Coaches Like Recruiting Hard Court Nationals
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The plane tickets and hotel reservations could be booked by athletic departments years in advance if they wanted.

Nearly every college tennis coach spends this week in either Kalamazoo, Michigan or San Diego, California scouting potential recruits at the USTA 16s and 18s National Hard Court Championships.

The men’s coaches head to Kalamazoo to watch the best American boys while the women’s coaches camp out near the beach in San Diego to see the top American girls.

Having two divisions in one city helps maximize the exposure and minimize the expenses to the recruiting budget.

Depending on the program, the event means different things to different coaches.

In this month’s Coaching Roundtable, we asked our panel how valuable are the 16s and 18s National Hard Court Championships in recruiting?

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