|Wesleyan University - Connecticut
||Men | Women
|Division:||NCAA - Div. III
|Head Coach:||Mike Fried|
|Assistant Coach:||Ben Shapiro|
|Top Mid-Major Classes:||
R.V. in 2015, #16 in 2014
|Top Div. III Classes:||
#2 in 2017, R.V. in 2016, #8 in 2015, #3 in 2014
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Nineteen Aces in July
July is packed with tennis, from the grass at Wimbledon to the Har-Tru
of the USTA Clay Court Championships, to the kickoff of the North
American summer hard court season. The performances highlighted below
don't include those who won gold balls at the Clays, due to extensive
coverage of those events last week at the Tennis Recruiting Network.
But plenty of young Americans are among the 19 players who shone on
the international stage last month.
2017 Top NCAA Division III Women's Classes
The Tennis Recruiting Network wraps up its spring recruiting class
rankings with a look at the NCAA Division III women. Today we present
our list of the Top 25 NCAA D-III women's recruiting classes for 2017.
Flying high at the top of the list? The Emory Eagles.
May Aces Feature College, Clay Court Champions
The month that features the NCAA championships and the start of the
French Open is always a busy one, and this May 18 different players,
ages 14 through 25 are in the spotlight, thanks to their performances
on red clay, green clay and hard courts.
Spring Signing Week '17: National Roundup
Signing Week is now underway, and tomorrow seniors can start signing
their National Letters of Intent. Today, we check in with boys and
girls from across the country who are heading to a variety of schools.
Find out how they came to their decisions... in our National Roundup.
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