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University of California: Los Angeles Men | Women


Division:NCAA - Div. I
Conference:Pac-12
Location:Los Angeles, CA
Head Coach:Billy Martin
Assistant Coach:Rikus de Villiers
Institution Type:Public
Environment:Very large city
Student Population:25,000+
Top Recruiting Classes: R.V. in 2019, #11 in 2018, #3 in 2017, #18 in 2016, R.V. in 2015, #2 in 2013, #1 in 2011, #2 in 2010, R.V. in 2009, #4 in 2007


 
 Commitments
The commitment list includes both verbal commitments from players and official commitments reported by schools.
 2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013
 
RatingNameCityState
Drew Baird Holly Springs NC
 
 Prospects
The prospect list includes all high-school players that have indicated interest in a program.
 2020 | 2021 | 2022 | 2023
 
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Recruiting News
 
The following articles are relevant to the UCLA men's team.
 
4-Oct-2019
Top Juniors, Current Collegians Excel in September
September was another busy month for top juniors, beginning with the U.S. Open in New York and ending with the Junior Fed Cup and Junior Davis Cup competitions in Lake Nona, Florida. Current collegians also stepped into the spotlight, with four of them capturing titles on the USTA Pro Circuit last month.
 
2-Aug-2019
Nakashima, Damm, Bernard Head Kalamazoo Fields
The top two 18s seeds for the 2019 USTA Boys National Championships have already experienced the satisfaction of addressing Kalamazoo’s Stowe Stadium crowd after claiming a winner’s trophy. Top seed Brandon Nakashima earned the 16s title in 2017 and No. 2 seed Martin Damm won it last year.
 
19-Jul-2019
Mochizuki Makes History, Americans Win Doubles Title at Junior Wimbledon
History was made during this year's Junior Wimbledon Championships when Shintaro Mochizuki became the first Japanese boy to win a junior slam singles title. Unseeded Daria Snigur captured the girls singles title, and Americans Abigail Forbes and Savannah Broadus won the girls doubles crown at the All England Lawn Tennis Club.
 
5-Jul-2019
No Shortage of Star Performances in June
June always produces a surplus of top performances, with the French Open Championships providing the big stage for juniors, while college players flood the ITF World Tennis Tour with school out for the summer. A grand total of 19 players are featured in the latest Aces column as summer tennis season gets underway.
 
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The Sports News Wire
 
We continuously monitor news feeds from various online sources such as CSTV, UWIRE, and JumpTV to bring you the latest news about your favorite teams.
 
6-Oct-2019 Pereira, Rapp Seize Doubles Title in San Diego
3-Oct-2019 Men's Tennis Sending Six to San Diego, Tulsa
29-Sep-2019 Smith Comes Up Just Short at Oracle ITA Masters
25-Sep-2019 Smith to Open Season at Oracle ITA Masters
14-Aug-2019 UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2019 Announced
12-Aug-2019 Nanda Posts Final-Round Showings in Kalamazoo
20-Jul-2019 Men's Tennis Trio Earns ITA Scholar-Athlete Nods
13-Jul-2019 Tennis Trio Concludes Play at World University Games
27-Jun-2019 Giron Earns Spot in Wimbledon Main Draw
25-May-2019 Cressy-Smith Caps Perfect Season With NCAA Title
 
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PAC-12 MAP
RECENT COMMITMENTS
10/16 Harrison Janes chooses Penn State
10/15 Avery Hilbig chooses SMU
10/15 Leighanna Moskos chooses Lehigh
10/15 Rachele Rimondini chooses Columbia
10/15 Bruno Krenn chooses Utah
10/15 Joshua Lapadat chooses Kentucky
10/15 Isabella Steffen chooses Villanova
10/14 Andy Mackler chooses Denison
10/14 Alexis Lopez chooses Samford
10/12 Michelle Zell chooses UC Davis

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 USTA/ITA CAMPUS SHOWDOWNS
Campus Showdowns are one-day, short-format tournaments open to juniors, college players, professionals, and adults. These events give junior players a chance to compete against college competition on a college campus.
 
 
 
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