Get Recruited to Play College Tennis
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If your dream is to play college tennis, you’ve taken a great first step. Getting recruited to play college tennis takes hard work, however, it is certainly achievable if you know how to navigate the college recruiting process. We teach you how to successfully do just that and realize your dream of playing collegiate tennis.
College tennis is a headcount sport AND equivalency sport. Women’s Division I is the only headcount sport and the rest are equivalency sports. Tennis has the highest percentage of foreign student athletes competing in the NCAA than any other sport. NCAA Division I and II have high percentages of foreign players compared to Division III rosters which are mostly composed of US student athletes.
START YOUR RECRUITING EARLY AND WITH A PLAN! The earlier you begin, the better your chances of being seen by college coaches, evaluated, and ultimately offered a scholarship.
How To Get Recruited To Play Tennis In College
- Create Your Athletic Profile
- Set Realistic Expectations (Division of play & Geography)
- Connect with college coaches
- Repeat Steps 1-3
Academics are critical! Women’s Division I tennis offers full tennis scholarships (Headcount Sport). The rest of the divisions are considered an Equivalency Sport which means partial tennis scholarships can be offered which usually means the coach will offer a partial tennis scholarship and your family will be responsible for paying for the amount left over. Academics can be a big factor here. The higher your GPA and SAT and/or ACT, the more “academic” money you can receive from each college which decreases the amount you will owe out of pocket. (Note - Division III schools don’t have athletic money to offer so most money offered from Division III is academic money).
College Tennis by the Numbers
- NCAA I - 256 Teams - 4.5 Scholarships - 10 Avg Team Size - Equivalency Sport
- NCAA II - 164 Teams - 4.5 Scholarships - 10 Avg Team Size - Equivalency Sport
- NCAA III - 330 Teams - 0 Scholarships - 11 Avg Team Size - Equivalency Sport
- NAIA - 112 Teams - 5 Scholarships - 10 Avg Team Size - Equivalency Sport
- NJCAA - 81 Teams - 9 Scholarships - 9 Avg Team Size - Equivalency Sport
Total Men’s College Teams ~ 970
Total Men’s College Players ~ 9,890
- NCAA I - 317 Teams - 8 Scholarships - 9 Avg Team Size - Headcount Sport
- NCAA II - 224 Teams - 6 Scholarships - 9 Avg Team Size - Equivalency Sport
- NCAA III - 371 Teams - 0 Scholarships - 10 Avg Team Size - Equivalency Sport
- NAIA - 111 Teams - 5 Scholarships - 9 Avg Team Size - Equivalency Sport
- NJCAA - 76 Teams - 9 Scholarships - 7 Avg Team Size - Equivalency Sport
Total Women’s College Teams ~ 1,162
Total Women’s College Players ~ 10,812
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