|Arizona State University
||Men | Women
|Division:||NCAA - Div. I
|Head Coach:||Sheila McInerney|
|Assistant Coach:||Matt Langley|
|Top Recruiting Classes:||
R.V. in 2015, #6 in 2012, #15 in 2011, #5 in 2009, #3 in 2007
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The following articles are relevant to the Arizona State women's team.
Roundtable: Academic Majors and College Tennis
A college tennis player's time is usually dominated by the rigors of
classroom study, practice, and competition. An interesting wrinkle to
time management is the choice of college major. Some areas of study -
architecture, engineering, and many others - are known for their
rigor even without the demands of college tennis. We put the question
to our panel: Do players' intended majors impact your ability to
recruit certain student-athletes?
NCAA Tournament Roundtable - Part II
The NCAA Division I Tennis Championships start today. The top men's
and women's college tennis programs face off in first-round action across
the country, with all teams competing for tickets to Athens, Georgia, and a
spot in the Sweet 16. Check out insights from our college tennis
contributors - and see who they picked as champions.
What makes The Ojai special? Ask that question of any Southern
California tennis player, past or present, and you will get a variety
of answers, all of which can be traced back to the tournament's
117-year history of hospitality.
Roundtable: Sending the Initial Email to College Coaches
College information sessions and recruiting experts are always
encouraging players and parents to take the initiative and reach out
to college coaches. That first contact is often by email - but high
school players are sometimes at a loss as to what points to emphasize.
We put the question to our panel of coaches: What should a player
include in his/her initial email to a college coach?
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