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Fall Star Rating Period Begins
by TennisRecruiting.net, 22 July 2024

Twice a year, TennisRecruiting.net updates its Star Ratings - sometimes known as "The Stars". Our next update to the Star Ratings comes in September. Those new ratings will be based on players' highest rankings during eight-week period starting this week - July 22 - and running through the week of September 9, 2024. We invite players to review their player records to ensure accurate ratings.

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Tournament Feature
Hill Stays Confident, Secures First Gold Ball at Girls 18s Clays
by Rhiannon Potkey, 19 July 2024

Rising senior Claire Hill captured the first gold ball of her career by winning the singles title at the USTA Girls 18 National Clay Court Championships in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina. Kady Tannenbaum and Linda Ziets-Segura won the doubles title.

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Tournament Feature
Long Goes the Distance for Gold Ball at Boys 18 Clays
by Sonny Dearth, 19 July 2024

Dylan Long's first national ball was the gold variety after he captured the singles title with a three-set victory at the USTA Boys 18 Clay Court Nationals in Florida. Max Pettingell and Jack Satterfield won the doubles title.

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Tournament Feature
Traynor Wins First Ball, Captures Gold at USTA Girls 16 Clays
by Sonny Dearth, 18 July 2024

Olivia Traynor overcame the steamy conditions in Huntsville, Alabama, to win the USTA National Girls 16 Clay Court singles title without losing a set. Reagan Levine and Addy Rogin won the doubles title.

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Grumet Nets First Gold Ball in Familiar Final at Clay Court 16s
Gus Grumet captured his first gold ball by winning the singles title at the USTA Boys 16 National Clay Court Championships in Delray Beach, Florida. Grumet faced a familiar opponent in the final, having beaten Andrew Johnson in an ITF event earlier in the month as well.

Wang Secures Another Gold Ball with Girls 14s Clay Title
Allison Wang won her third gold ball by capturing the singles title at the USTA Girls 14s Clay Court Championships in Plantation, Florida. Reiley Rhodes and Emery June Martin were the doubles champions.

Vaughan Claims Double Gold at Boys 14 Clay Courts
Mason Vaughan captured his first-ever gold balls by winning the singles and doubles titles at the USTA Boys 14s Clay Court Championships in Dothan, Alabama. The third-seeded Vaughan won a three-set singles final and teamed with Dylan Meinke to win the doubles title.

Poznick Pockets Gold Ball at USTA Girls 12 Clay Nationals
Nadia Poznick won the singles title while Tara Guhan and Gwyneth Britton captured the doubles crown at the USTA Girls 12s Clay Court Championships in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Double Gold for Gardality at USTA Boys 12 Clay Championships
Daniel Gardality captured the singles and doubles titles at the USTA Boys 12 Clay Court National Championship at the USTA Campus in Orlando, Florida. Gardality won the singles title in straight sets and teamed with David Bender for a three-set win in the doubles final.

Clay Court Championship Week
The USTA Clay Court Championships wrapped up over the weekend. This week, TRN has wrap-up stories of all the action from across the country, from the Boys' 12s at the USTA National Tennis Center to the Girls' 18s in Mount Pleasant, S.C. Check out the latest gold ball winners of all ages during our coverage of Clay Court Championship Week.

Recruiting Insider: Pomona-Pitzer's Mike Morgan
Getting more insight into how college coaches recruit can make the process less intimidating for prospects. Our "Recruiting Insider" series features coaches from across the nation providing their recruiting methods. Today, we hear from Pomona-Pitzer's Mike Morgan.

Stan Smith Still Loves Helping Young Players Develop
Stan Smith still loves being on a tennis court every day. But instead of playing for himself, the former world No. 1 and multiple Grand Slam champion enjoys developing younger players at Smith Stearns Tennis Academy in South Carolina.

Everything Clicks for Five-Star Wasserman and Brown
Elliot Wasserman was inspired by the older players at Austin Tennis Academy to pursue playing college tennis. The five-star rising senior will be following in their footsteps after committing to play for Brown University in Rhode Island.

Success on All Surfaces Produces Aces in June
From the clay of Roland Garros to the hard courts of Southern California and the grass of Europe, great performances from juniors, current collegians and former collegians on all surfaces produced a wide variety of highlights in June.

SMU Programs Ready for New Challenges in ACC
Southern Methodist University officially joined the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) on Monday. Men's head coach Grant Chen and women's head coach Jeff Nevolo discuss what the moves means to their programs and how it may impact recruiting.

Blue Chip Gill Returns to Familiar Territory at Virginia
Blair Gill played her first USTA tournament at Boar's Head Resort in Charlottesville, Virginia. The blue chip rising senior will be returning to the courts on a more regular basis after committing to play for the University of Virginia.

USTA Foundation Plans More Help for Communities in Need
The USTA Foundation announced plans to increase its impact in under-resourced communities by 30 percent and reach nearly 200,000 youth nationwide by 2026. The plan is part of the launch of the 30-All Campaign, a special effort to celebrate the organization's 30th anniversary.

Mullins Named ITA CEO Amid Collegiate Landscape Shifts
Dave Mullins was recently named the new Chief Executive Officer of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. In recent Q&A, Mullins discussed the ITA’s role in a rapidly changing collegiate landscape, how college tennis is preparing for potential disruptions and how the ITA can help in recruiting.

Ten Questions with NCAA Champion Alexa Noel
After transferring to the University of Miami, Alexa Noel broke through and won the NCAA women's singles title this year. Colette Lewis spoke to Noel about what she gained from competing in college, earning respect for her game, her plans for the summer, and several other topics.

2024 Top NCAA D-III Women's Classes
TRN wraps up three weeks of recruiting class rankings with a look at Division III. Our final list of the season shows the Top 25 NCAA Division III women's recruiting classes.

Seven Former College Players Named to Olympic Team
Seven former college players on Thursday were named to the US Olympic Tennis Team that will compete in the 2024 Paris Olympic Games. The tennis competition will be held July 27-August 4 at Roland Garros.

Hot 100 List - June 2024
It's time to unveil the June 2024 edition of the Hot 100. The Lotto Hot 100 features 100 boys and 100 girls who have been playing outstanding tennis. These players have substantially improved their rankings over the past month.

2024 Top NCAA D-III Men's Classes
The Tennis Recruiting Network is excited to present its recruiting class rankings for NCAA Division III conferences. Today we unveil our Top 25 D-III men's recruiting classes for 2024.

2024 Top Mid-Major Women's Classes
The Tennis Recruiting Network continue its recruiting class ranking series this week with a look at the mid-majors. Today we present the Top 25 Women's Mid-Major Recruiting Class Rankings for the Class of 2024.

USTA Announces 2024 Collegiate Summer Team
The USTA earlier this week announced the 12 top American college players named to the 2024 USTA Collegiate Summer Team, the training program designed to help America’s premier college players assimilate to professional tennis in a team-oriented environment.

How to Prepare for the Transition to College Tennis
Summer is here and many players will be making the transition from their junior tennis careers to starting anew in college tennis. To help with the transition, a number of current college players offered advice on successful strategies to prepare for the experience.

2024 Top Mid-Major Men's Classes
The Tennis Recruiting Network continue its recruiting class ranking series this week with a look at the mid-majors. Today the Top 25 Men's Mid-Major Recruiting Class Rankings for the Class of 2024 comes crashing in ... like a Wave.

Meet The Assistant: UNK's Caleb Diller
Assistant coaches might not get as much attention as head coaches, but they are highly valued by everyone within a college program. They work long hours to help teams try to win matches and help players try to achieve their goals. In this edition of Meet The Assistant, we profile University of Nebraska at Kearney's Caleb Diller.

Midwest College Showcase Returns This Month
The USTA Midwest Section is bringing back the Midwest College Showcase this month. The Indianapolis-based event is for all high school players and USTA Midwest Closed tournament participants that are interested in learning more about the college recruiting process.

NCAA, Clay Court Success Among May Standouts
While collegians were busy in the United States at the NCAA Championships, many top juniors were preparing for this week's Roland Garros Junior Championships by finding success on clay, while former collegians continued to prosper as professionals.

Top Women's Classes - 2024 Rankings
With the school year coming to a close and Fall just around the corner, most college-bound seniors have made their selections fort the Fall. Today is a great day to check in on who's heading where - as TRN proudly releases its spring rankings of the Top 25 Women's Recruiting Classes.

Rome Photo Gallery
A Level 2 National was played on the 50-court Rome Tennis Center in mid-May. The championships were won by two Texans and two Tennesseeans. Unseeded Ella Brownback (Dallas, Texas) and No. 6 seed Woodson McMillin (Knoxville, TN) won the Girls and Boys 18s, respectively. Top seed Carlota Moreno (Knoxville, TN) won the G16s, while second-seeded Joshua Golden (Austin, Texas) took home the B16 trophy. Photographer Bill Kallenberg was on hand for the entire weekend to take photos of players from 25 states and Puerto Rico.

Alabama's Planinsek, Miami's Noel Capture NCAA Titles
The NCAA Division I Singles and Doubles championships were filled with upsets and unprecedented performances during the six-day tournament, culminating in come-from-behind victories in the championship matches by Alabama's Filip Planinsek and Miami's Alexa Noel.

Southeastern Nova, Valdosta State Win NCAA Division II Titles
The Nova Southeastern women defeated six-time defending champion Barry to capture the first NCAA Division II national title in program history. The Valdosta men held off a Flagler comeback attempt to win the program's third national title

Top Men's Classes - 2024 Rankings
Memorial Day marks the end of another college tennis season - and a time when college coaches are looking to the future. Today TRN and Inspiration Academy announce our Top 25 Men's Recruiting Classes - and check out Hoo's at the top of the list ...

UChicago Sweeps Men's and Women's NCAA Division III Titles
The University of Chicago men's and women's swept the team titles at the NCAA Division III Championships in St. Louis, Missouri. The women won the first title in program history while the men captured its second title in three years.

TCU, Texas A&M Claim First NCAA Team Titles
The TCU men and the Texas A&M women took different routes, but both programs made history last Sunday at the Greenwood Tennis Center, capturing their first NCAA team titles. TCU defeated Big-12 rival Texas in a 4-3 classic, while Texas A&M avenged three previous losses to Georgia in an all-SEC final.

Virtual Conference for Junior Players, Parents
The Junior Tennis Player and Parent Virtual Conference is an online event that will provide valuable tips and strategies on how to successfully navigate the junior tennis landscape. The event is being held on June 9th and features many guest speakers and industry experts.

Hot 100 List - May 2024
It's time to unveil the May 2024 edition of the Hot 100. The Lotto Hot 100 features 100 boys and 100 girls who have been playing outstanding tennis. These players have substantially improved their rankings over the past month.

Blue Chip Kovalcik Chases Dream, Commits to Georgia Tech
Jessica Kovalcik didn't have the same resources as some other high-level juniors players. But it never prevented the blue chip junior from pursuing her dream to play NCAA Division I tennis. She is one step closer, having committed to Georgia Tech.

US Juniors Capture BNP Paribas World Cup Team Title
The U.S. juniors snapped a seven-year drought by capturing the BNP Paribas World Team Cup wheelchair title last weekend in Turkey. The sixth-seeded American squad beat Australia 2-0 in the final at the Megasaray Club Belek in Antalya, Turkey.

Two Favorites Ousted in NCAA Division I Super Regionals
Sixteen Division I teams will turn their attention to Stillwater, Oklahoma after the Super Regionals concluded over the weekend at 15 campuses across the country, but two of the favorites for the 2024 NCAA Team Championship will not be among them.

NCAA Unveils Division II Championship Brackets
The NCAA Division II Men's and Women's Tennis Committee this week selected the 96 teams that will be participating in the 2024 NCAA Division II Championships. The Barry women and men are trying to extend their national title winning streaks.

McInerney Retires After 40 Years at Arizona State
After four decades of leading the Arizona State women's program, Sheila McInerney announced her retirement on Tuesday. The legendary coach helped ASU reach 36 straight NCAA Tournaments and won nearly 600 matches.

NCAA Unveils 2024 Division III Tournament Brackets
The 2024 NCAA Division III Team Championships brackets were revealed on Monday. The tournament begins Thursday and Friday at regional sites around the country. The final rounds of the championships will take place at Washington University in St. Louis.

Former NCAA Champions Among April's Top Performers
Former NCAA champions earned titles on the ATP and WTA tours, while juniors excelled on both the ITF Junior and Pro circuits. They are all featured among the players who excelled across the group in April.

NCAA Roundtable: Dark Horse, National Championship Picks
The NCAA Division I men's and women's team championship begins this weekend across the country. Our panel of experts tackled a few questions about the tournament fields before all the action begins. Part II features dark horse candidates and national champion selections.

NCAA Roundtable: Season Storylines and Super Regionals
The NCAA Division I men's and women's team championship begins this weekend across the country. Our panel of experts tackled a few questions about the tournament fields before all the action begins. Part I features regular-season storylines and Super Regional hopefuls.

Bittersweet End to Pac-12 Championships in Ojai
The final Pac-12 Conference Championship was tinged in nostalgia and sadness this year at The Ojai. The Stanford women and Arizona men captured the last titles before all the schools go their separate ways and The Ojai tries to find life after the Pac-12.

Poindexter Hopes to Reconnect with Family Roots
Eric Poindexter has family connections to the Choctaw Nation. The senior from California is hoping to reconnect with his roots by committing to play for Southeastern Oklahoma State University in Durant, Oklahoma, where the Choctaw Nation is headquartered.

USTA National Coach Caballero Guides Junior Development
Jose Caballero is a USTA National Coach guiding junior development. He recently sat down with Colette Lewis to discuss his coaching career, the daily responsibilities of a USTA National coach, his favorite and least favorite parts of the job and the impact of the recent budget cuts at Player Development.

Avila University Prepares to Launch Tennis Programs
Avila University, an NAIA Division I institution located in Kansas City, is launching men's and women's tennis programs. The teams will begin play in the fall, and the coach as plenty of scholarships to offer to fill both rosters.

Rock Solid Offer: McKenzie Signs with Creighton
Rocky McKenzie worried college coaches may overlook him because he was from South Dakota. But the four-star senior was able to earn a scholarship offer from the program he wanted to play for most, Creighton University.

Meet The Assistant: Oklahoma State's Jaime Sanchez-Canamares
Assistant coaches might not get as much attention as head coaches, but they are highly valued by everyone within a college program. They work long hours to help teams try to win matches and help players try to achieve their goals. In this edition of Meet The Assistant, we profile Oklahoma State women's associate head coach Jaime Sanchez-Canamares.

Hot 100 List - April 2024
It's time to unveil the April 2024 edition of the Hot 100. The Lotto Hot 100 features 100 boys and 100 girls who have been playing outstanding tennis. These players have substantially improved their rankings over the past month.

Houston Captures National Collegiate Wheelchair Title
Houston captured the team title at the 2024 ITA National Wheelchair Tennis Championships over the weekend to end Alabama's seven-year run. Arizona’s Eric Court, Alabama’s Martha Harris, Auburn’s Gabe Puthoff and Houston’s Nicholas Tijerina advanced to the Final Four Showcase.

Images from the Easter Bowl
The Easter Bowl National Championships was played in late March at the beautiful Indian Wells Tennis Garden in California. William Manning of Raleigh, N.C., and Tianmei Wang of San Marino, Calif., won Easter Bowl ITF titles. Colette Lewis of ZooTennis.com was on site for the entire event and submitted this photo gallery.

Recruiting Insider: NC State's Simon Earnshaw
Getting more insight into how college coaches recruit can make the process less intimidating for prospects. Our "Recruiting Insider" series features coaches from across the nation providing their recruiting methods. Today, we hear from NC State's Simon Earnshaw.

Updates to TRN Subscription Fees
Effective May 1, 2024, there will be a change to pricing for Recruiting Advantage subscriptions at TRN. Take a look at the updates ...

San Francisco Discontinues Men's and Women's Programs
The University of San Francisco announced last Friday that its men's and women's tennis programs will be discontinued following the end of this season. University officials cited the need to save money and be more efficient in athletic spending.

Busy March Brings Abundance of Titles at All Levels
Always a busy month, as the hard court season begins to transition to clay, March produced so many junior and college champions that former collegians had to win two titles or a first $50,000 tournament to make the cut.

Manning, Wang, Goode, Payne Capture Easter Bowl Titles
The 2024 FILA Easter Bowl USTA Spring National Championships 16s and 18s finals were scheduled over two days due to the forecast of rain in the normally arid Coachella Valley. But William Manning, Tianmei Wang, Bella Payne and Gavin Goode handled every challenge thrown their way to add their names to the long and prestigious list of Easter Bowl champions.

Easter Bowl Sweeps for Kotseva, Johnson, Davletshina
Familiar faces continued their success last week at the FILA Easter Bowl USTA Spring National Championships, with Andrew Johnson and Jiarui Zhang adding to their gold ball collections,, Raya Kotseva staying perfect in the desert and Nikol Davletshina claiming her first singles gold.

College Recruiting Videos: Yes, No or Maybe?
Former college coach Danielle Lund McNamara is now providing guidance on how to navigate the recruiting process and advice on transitioning to college. In her most recent entry for TRN, she provides tips on using videos to help attract interest from programs.

Jovic, Kennedy Eye Summer Slams After J300 Titles
Iva Jovic and Jack Kennedy are looking forward to competing at Roland Garros and Wimbledon for the first time in their careers after capturing the singles titles at the International Tennis Federation J300 North American Closed last Saturday at Barnes Tennis Center in San Diego.

Action Shots from the Georgia Bowl
Players from across the US gathered in Rome, Ga., for the 2024 Georgia Bowl. Thirty states - plus D.C. and Puerto Rico - were represented in eight age divisions of competition. Veteran photographer Bill Kallenberg was onhand to photograph the event.

Quan, Glozman Burst Through for ITF Indian Wells Titles
Rudy Quan and Valerie Glozman were able to celebrate another title in Indian Wells after capturing the singles crowns at the ITF J300. Quan and Glozman had previously won Easter Bowl titles in desert.

Worth the Wait: Blue Chip Glozman Lands at Stanford
Valerie Glozman wasn't sure if she should wait to see if she was admitted to Stanford University before committing to a college. The blue chip senior feared she may lose a spot at another school if things didn't work out. But she decided to give it time and everything worked out.

Hot 100 List - March 2024
It's time to unveil the March 2024 edition of the Hot 100. The Lotto Hot 100 features 100 boys and 100 girls who have been playing outstanding tennis. These players have substantially improved their rankings over the past month.

Boise State Makes Four-Star Jaen Feel Valued
Dylan Jaen didn't know much about Boise State before his recruiting process started. But once he established a relationship with the coaches and visited the campus, the four-star senior was ready to commit to the Broncos.

Farmer Finds the Right HBCU Connection with Virginia State
Brandon Farmer's confidence in his college tennis prospects grew over time. The senior from North Carolina wanted to play for an HBCU, and found a home with Virginia State University. Farmer has signed to play for the Trojans.

Evaluating UTR Progress Prior to College Commitments
How much do players improve as they get closer to making their college commitments? Not as much as many may expect. Let Donovan Tennis Strategies explain the math behind the projections and how recruits should approach their decisions.

Blue Chip Huang Keeps Ivy League Tradition Alive at Yale
Angela Huang was inspired by her sister to start playing tennis. She will be following in her sister's footsteps again by deciding to play at an Ivy League school. The blue chip senior from Pennsylvania has committed to Yale.

ITA National Indoor Championships
The ITA National Indoor Championships have concluded for the year with winners in all three NCAA divisions and the NAIA level. From repeat titles to historic breakthroughs, read all the stories about how the champions were crowned.

Star Ratings Spring - 2024 Edition
After months of waiting, here they are... the Star Ratings. Find out right now how many stars you have - as The Tennis Recruiting Network proudly presents the Spring Star Ratings for 2024.

Top Performances Spanned the Globe in February
February's top performances include titles on every continent except Antarctica, from WTA and ATP Challenger championships in Australia and Asia to ITF World Tennis tour titles in Europe and North America and ITF Junior titles in South America and Africa.

Blue Chip Bigun Values Ivy League Credentials at Princeton
Once Meecah Bigun decided he wanted to play college tennis, the blue chip senior made academic prestige a big part of his recruiting process. Bigun valued obtaining an Ivy League degree and has committed to play for Princeton University.

Cutillo Returns to Tennis to Give Back
Ryann Cutillo left tennis once she graduated from Wake Forest. But the sport drew her back through the Johnny Mac Tennis Project. Cutillo is beginning her third year as the executive director at JMTP, which is a non-profit that helps kids in underserved communities in New York play tennis.

Blue Chip Bowers Pivots, Joins Decorated Texas Class
Ashton Bowers was signed to play for Auburn until the head coach was abruptly fired and the assistant coach resigned. The blue chip senior was released from her NLI and re-opened her recruiting process. Bowers landed at Texas, adding to an already deep Longhorn recruiting class.

Ohio State Captures Indoor Title with Thrilling Win over TCU
Ohio State claimed its third ITA Division I National Men's Indoor Team title on Monday in New York with a thrilling 4-3 comeback victory over Texas Christian University to deny the Horned Frogs a third-straight title. Fifth-year senior Robert Cash clinched the victory with a three-set singles win.

Hot 100 List - February 2024
It's time to unveil the February 2024 edition of the Hot 100. The Lotto Hot 100 features 100 boys and 100 girls who have been playing outstanding tennis. These players have substantially improved their rankings over the past month.

Sevim's Match Tiebreaker Mastery Leads to First L2 Title
Luca Sevim demonstrated his mastery in match tiebreakers throughout the USTA Boys 14s Level 2 in Grand Rapids, clinching the title with a 1-6, 6-3, 10-8 win over top seed Mason Vaughan, who recovered to win the doubles titles with partner Marko Mikic.

Five-Star Murphy Appreciates Lasting Interest from Furman
The first recruiting call Lillie Murphy received was from Furman University head coach Michelle Dasso. It turned out to be the best one. The five-star junior from Tennessee has committed to play for the Paladins, where her former high school teammate is a freshman.

Oklahoma State Captures First ITA National Indoor Title
The Oklahoma State women captured the program's first ITA National Indoor title with a thrilling 4-3 victory over Michigan on Monday in Seattle. The Cowgirls notched their fourth top-six win by fighting off a Michigan comeback attempt.

Djokovic's Mental Strength: Talent or Training?
Can Novak Djokovic’s approach to mental fitness be appplied to junior tennis? Medical scientist Leon Box explores that issue in depth to try and help juniors improve their overall games.

Meet The Assistant: VCU's RJ Nagel
Assistant coaches might not get as much attention as head coaches, but they are highly valued by everyone within a college program. They work long hours to help teams try to win matches and help players try to achieve their goals. In this edition of Meet The Assistant, we profile Virginia Commonwealth University assistant RJ Nagel.

Lamm-Bocharov Recovers From Injury, Commits to Georgetown
Joshua Lamm-Bocharov didn't know if he would be good enough after recovering from an injury to play college tennis. But the five-star junior climbed back up the rankings and recently committed to play at Georgetown University.

Top Women's Classes - 2024 Winter Rankings
The size of our commitment list is pushing 500 for the senior girls. With that in mind, today is a great time to check in on how schools are doing on the recruiting trail. Today, the Tennis Recruiting Network is proud to announce the Top 25 Women's Recruiting Classes for 2024.

Global Success Spans All Levels in January
The global span of tennis is always on display the first month of the year, with juniors and former collegians piling up great performances in Australia, Central America, Europe, Asia and North America last month. All earned spots as top performers in January's Aces column.

Vanderbilt Checks Every Box for Blue Chip Webster
Sophia Webster didn't need to make any other college trips after visiting Vanderbilt University. The blue chip senior found everything she wanted in Nashville and committed to the Commodores before even leaving the campus.

Top Men's Classes - 2024 Winter Rankings
With Signing Week in the rear view mirror and over 800 college commitments in the books, today is a great time to take a look at the top recruiting classes. TRN is excited to present its 2024 Men's Recruiting Class Rankings ... Wahoowa!

Americans Sweep Junior Doubles Titles at Aussie Open
American teams swept the junior doubles titles at the Australian Open on Friday in Melbourne. Tyra Caterina Grant and Iva Jovic won the girls title without dropping a set, while Max Exsted and Cooper Woestendick won the boys title as an unseeded tandem.

Amherst College Visit Seals Commitment of Four-Star Hu
Amherst College was high on Albert Hu's college list from the very start. The four-star senior from New York wanted a good balance between tennis and academics. Once he visited the campus, he knew joining the Mammoths was the right choice.

Texas Tech Delivers Timely Message to Five-Star Daskalova
Elena Daskalova wanted to attend college in Texas. The five-star senior from Kansas got a perfectly-timed message from the coaches at Texas Tech that helped make it happen. Daskalova has signed to play for the Red Raiders.

Hot 100 List - January 2024
It's time to unveil the January 2024 edition of the Hot 100. The Lotto Hot 100 features 100 boys and 100 girls who have been playing outstanding tennis. These players have substantially improved their rankings over the past month.

Eight Intriguing Questions for 2024
Colette Lewis provides her annual look at issues in college and junior tennis with eight intriguing questions for 2024. This year's issues include CEOs, NIL, ITF and UTR. They ponder budget cuts, television deals and coaching rules.

Pytko Eager to Bring National Success Back to UC Santa Cruz
Ross Pytko was hired in August as the sixth men’s head coach in UC Santa Cruz program history. He has also been serving as the interim head coach for the women’s program. In a Q&A, he discusses his goals for the programs and how his own playing background helps his coaching.

Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Tennis: What Makes a Tennis Champion
Tennis Recruiting.Net is pleased to bring you an in-depth profile of a promising young player, Iva Jovic. Authored by longstanding tennis writer and historian Joel Drucker, this piece explores a wider range of topics than a great many profiles.

Jayaraman, Nguyen Strike Gold for El Dorado Hills, JMG
Saahith Jayaraman and Alexis Nguyen both live in El Dorado Hills, California and both train at JMG Academy. They share another thing in common after both captured the 18s singles titles at the USTA Winter National Championships.

Spurling, Payne Capture 16s Singles Titles
Nischal Spurling and Bella Payne emerged as 16-and-under singles champions as some of the nation's best young players rang in the New Year at the USTA Winter National Championships on the USTA National Campus in Orlando.

Johnson Sweeps 14s Boys Titles, Vickneswaran Wins Girls Singles
After winning the Junior Orange Bowl title, Andrew Johnson won both the Boys 14s singles and doubles titles at the USTA Winter National Championships at the University of Texas at San Antonio Tennis Center. Anjani Vickneswaran was victorious in the girls singles.

Zhang, Del Mastro Capture 12s Singles Titles
Jiarui Zhang and Daniela Del Mastro emerged as the Boys and Girls 12s singles champions at the USTA Winter National Championships at the University of Texas at San Antonio Tennis Center.

Junior Champions Take Center Stage in December
Last month's top performances include the 15 winners of the major junior events in Florida, in addition to a trio of teenagers who stood out for their accomplishments on the International Tennis Federation's men's and women's World Tennis Tour.

Five-Star Henceroth Ready to Spread His Wings with Gamecocks
Cole Henceroth's introduction to the South Carolina coaches led to a lasting connection. The five-star senior from Virginia knew his personality would fit better at a bigger school and loved everything about the Gamecocks. He recently committed to join the program.

Happy New Year from the Tennis Recruiting Network
Happy New Year from the entire staff at Tennis Recruiting Network. We hope 2024 is filled with good health, happiness and plenty of fun on the tennis court. Thank you for choosing TRN as a source of your junior and college tennis news. We appreciate you!

7/21 Jet Bilsborrow chooses Colorado College
7/21 Maxim Kalinin chooses Tulane
7/20 Katarina Brajovic chooses Pacific (CA)
7/19 Sadie Anthony chooses Coastal Alabama
7/19 Briah O'Neal chooses DePauw
7/19 Kaylee Hobbick chooses Stevens
7/19 Eric Crivei chooses Kentucky
7/19 Dentry Mortimer chooses Coppin State
7/19 Denis Stanculov chooses Goshen
7/19 Alvaro Rueda chooses Goshen

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