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Want To Get Recruited? Fill Out Your Free TRN Profile

The recruiting process can be difficult. One way to make it easier that costs absolutely nothing? Fill out your profile on Tennis Recruiting Network.

We get calls and emails weekly from college coaches asking how to get more players to update their information.

More than 2,000 college coaches research recruits through Tennis Recruiting Network, and rely on our database for phone numbers and other contact information.

These coaches want to recruit you. They just need to know more about you and how to find you.

It’s not a hard process.

Players and parents can update this information free of charge, and our privacy policy guarantees the information will only be shared with coaches.

To update your phone number, email address or other contact information, create a free account and link it to your player profile. Then, click on the Update Private Information link to update your contact information.

With a free account, players can also see how many coaches have viewed their profile.

Being as thorough as possible for all the sections provided will lead to more coaches clicking on your profile. We’ve done the research.

Last Saturday was the first day Division I coaches could begin contacting rising juniors.

Make it easy on them. Fill out your profile. Who knows? It may lead to a dream offer.


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Rhiannon Potkey is a veteran sportswriter with more than two decades of experience in journalism. Potkey has covered many sports at many levels and has a passion for finding great stories. Potkey has covered the U.S. Open, junior sectional and national events, college conference championships and Davis Cup matches. Potkey is currently Content Strategist for Tennis Recruiting. You can reach Rhiannon by email at [email protected].
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