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gouci
Dec 26th, 2010, 03:08 AM
Ranking order as of 12/29/11
[ ] means unconfirmed
57 / 109

1. Victoria Duval - (may turn pro, WTA 792)
2. Samantha Crawford - [Florida, USC](WTA 970, d 916)
3. Hayley Carter - Verbal North Carolina (WTA 923)
4. Allie Kiick [Florida]
5. ChaScholl
6. Jennifer Brady - [Duke, Florida](WTA d 972)
7. DStarr
8. Jamie Loeb - [North Carolina]
9. Sydney Campbell - Verbal Vanderbilt
10. Alyssa Smith - Verbal Duke
11. Mia King - [Verbal Georgia for 2012-13]
12. Lynn Chi - Verbal Cal 2012-13 (Original Verbal North Carolina)
13. Nadia Echeverria Alam - (WTA 1031, d 964)
14. Ayaka Okuno - Verbal Georgia
15. June Lee
16. Madeline Lipp - Verbal Northwestern
17. Yuki Chiang
18. Kourtney Keegan - Verbal Florida
19. Makenzie Craft - Verbal Georgia for 2012-13 (original verbal for 2013-14)
20. TayDavidson
21. Spencer Liang - [North Carolina]
22. AlWolff
23. Blair Shankle - Verbal Baylor
24. Jillian Ronney - Verbal Northwestern
25. Maegan Manasse - Verbal Cal
26. Samantha Asch - Verbal Wake Forest
27. Sivan Krems - Verbal Princeton
28. Jana McCord - [Texas A&M]
29. ShHudson
30. Zoe Katz - Verbal USC
31. Megan McCray - Verbal Oklahoma State
32. Lexi Borr - Verbal Boston College
33. Tina Jiang
34. RMcAdoo
35. Emily Safron - Verbal Boston College
36. Monica Lin
37. Sherry Li - (playing ITF junior & women's circuit)
38. Lauren Marker - Verbal Arizona
39. Kimmy Guerin - Verbal Wake Forest
40. CarDailey
41. Manon Peri - Verbal Northwestern
42. Dorothy Tang - Verbal Princeton
43. Brittany Lindl - Verbal Tennessee
44. Sara Remynse - Verbal Michigan
45. Alison Ho - Verbal Rice
46. Jacqueline Crawford - Verbal Dartmouth
47. VSalazar
48. Rachel Pierson - [North Carolina]
49. JSherif
50. RNewborn
51. Nicolette Tran
52. DayLord
53. Sandy Niehaus - Verbal Ohio State
54. ACasati
55. Macie Elliott
56. Monica Robinson - [Notre Dame]
57. MChamdani
58. Emma Alderman - Verbal Ohio State
59. Mayci Jones - Verbal BYU
60. Mary Closs - Verbal Notre Dame
61. Alexa Anton-Ohlmeyer - Verbal Georgia Tech
62. Jerricka Boone - Verbal Illinois
63. Kassiday Jump - Verbal Arizona St.
64. Blair Martin - Verbal Furman
65. Skylar Holloway
66. Ansley Speaks - Verbal Furman
67. Francis Dean - L.O.I. Pacific
68. Monica Mitta
69. Morgan Chumney - Verbal Oklahoma
70. Iris Lin - Verbal Boston
71. Liza Fieldsend
72. Athena Trouillot
73. Marika Cusick
74. Jessica Perez
75. Taylor Lederman - Verbal Florida Atlantic
76. Mary Hanna - Verbal Nebraska
77. Gabrielle Otero - Verbal LSU
78. Aspen Cervin
79. Kealia Reynolds
80. Kennedy Davis - Verbal San Diego State
81. Mariely Hassey
82. Cindy Nguyen
83. Narcissa Summerall - Verbal Dartmouth
84. Brenna Keller
85. Farris Cunningham - Verbal Rutgers
86. Sophie Barnard - Verbal Georgetown
87. Vanessa Pavia
88. Claire Williams - Verbal Texas Tech
89. Alexandra D'Ascenzo - Verbal Cornell
90. Adesuwa Osabuohien - Verbal Stony Brook
91. Mason Strickland
92. Margarita Kotok
93. Chloe Willetts
94. Kristina Hovsepyan
95. Meredith Hopson
96. Grace Egger
97. Michelle Satterfield
98. Lauren Burich - Verbal Wisconsin for Spring 2012-13
99. Mary Elizabeth Wright
100. Ekaterina Bure

Brittany Brewster - Verbal Nebraska
Abigail Owens - Verbal LSU
Tolley Rice - Verbal Elon
Alexis Aranda - SIU Edwardsville
Karlee Bryde - Verbal Furman
Luisa Fernandez - Verbal Wake Forest
Cassie Pough - Verbal Louisville
Katherine Schofield - Verbal College of Charleston
Kandis Legall - Verbal Florida Atlantic

gouci
Dec 26th, 2010, 03:08 AM
2 / 2

Madison Keys - blue chip - Turned Pro 2009 age 14 - WTA 482

Sachia Vickery - blue chip - Turned Pro 2009 age 14 - WTA 941

gouci
Dec 26th, 2010, 03:08 AM
4 star recruits not yet signed.

0/ 0

gouci
Dec 26th, 2010, 03:09 AM
Ex. (school disappeared from roster of) - (player name) - (recruiting class)(ranking note)

0 / 2

Tyler JC (TX) - Nelo Phiri jr. #? - 2011 5 star 40
Tyler JC (TX) - Kerrie Cartwright jr. - 2011 Bahamas ITF 97

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gouci
Dec 26th, 2010, 03:10 AM
12/25/10

- Victoria Duval is playing the ITF junior and women's circuit.

- Alyssa Smith is playing the ITF junior and women's circuit.

- Sherri Li is playing the ITF junior and women's circuit.

- Nadia Echeverria Alam is playing the ITF junior and women's circuit.

- Madison Keys (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player/overview.asp?id=551542) turned pro in 2009 at age 14. She has a WTA ranking of 482.

- Sachia Vickery has a WTA ranking of 941.

Kevin.
Dec 26th, 2010, 03:55 AM
Vickery turned pro at the Evansville tournament where she made the SF I believe.

gouci
Dec 26th, 2010, 07:57 AM
12/25/10

- Sachia Vickery (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=251893) turned pro in 2009 at age 14. She has a WTA ranking of 941. Last year she left the Bolletieri Academy to train at the Mouratoglou Academy in France.

Thanks Kevin. :worship:

gouci
Feb 22nd, 2011, 02:08 PM
2/22/11

- Victoria Duval acquires a WTA ranking of 792.

- Nadia Echeverria Alam acquires a WTA ranking of 1032 and doubles ranking of 993.

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fantic
Feb 22nd, 2011, 02:43 PM
I don't think Smith will turn pro...she did play Rancho Mirage ITF though. Most highly ranked among the 3 sisters. :lol:

gouci
Jun 26th, 2011, 09:55 PM
6/26/11

- Nadia Echeverria Alam improved her WTA doubles ranking from 993 to 964.

- Samantha Crawford acquired a WTA ranking high of 970 and WTA doubles high of 916.

- Jennifer Brady acquired a WTA doubles ranking high of 972.

- Hayley Carter acquired a WTA ranking high of 1033.

gouci
Sep 4th, 2011, 08:34 PM
9/4/11

- Hayley Carter has a high interest in UCLA. Thanks fantic. :worship:

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fantic
Sep 5th, 2011, 12:57 AM
forgot that this thread existed :lol:

moved the post from Pac 12;

Hayley Carter, HS class of 2013, is interested in UCLA;

article (http://www.thestate.com/2011/08/28/1949415/big-star.html) courtesy of zoo tennis

gouci
Oct 8th, 2011, 05:38 PM
10/8/11

80. Wisconsin gets verbal from 5 star Lauren Burich (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=578498) for Spring 2012-13.

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gouci
Oct 22nd, 2011, 07:26 AM
10/21/11

- Nebraska gets verbal from 5 star Brittany Brewster (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=646383).

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Amalgamate
Nov 5th, 2011, 06:35 PM
UNC gets the commitments early :lol: Facebook tells me Lynn Chi has committed to UNC.

mboyle
Nov 5th, 2011, 07:41 PM
UNC gets the commitments early :lol: Facebook tells me Lynn Chi has committed to UNC.

Dagger to my heart...:sad:

iPatty
Nov 5th, 2011, 09:47 PM
UNC gets the commitments early :lol: Facebook tells me Lynn Chi has committed to UNC.

They basically tell the players if you're going to commit to us, you have to do it now. I wouldn't like that as a player myself, but it seems to be working for them lately. Lynn Chi is very good.

akjshdfg
Nov 5th, 2011, 10:34 PM
Sydney Campbell has also committed to Vanderbilt.

fantic
Nov 5th, 2011, 11:29 PM
Sydney Campbell has also committed to Vanderbilt.

you're full of information! :worship: thx

gouci
Dec 3rd, 2011, 07:09 PM
12/3/11

- Virginia Tech gets verbal from 4 star Rebecca Harris (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=222660).

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ats_tennis
Dec 18th, 2011, 01:49 PM
UNC might be really strong in a couple years... along with Lynn Chi there are rumors that they might land 2 other prospects in the top ten on tennis recruiting 2013 and there are already 2 top ten players for the 2014 recruiting class that have expressed strong interest

fantic
Dec 18th, 2011, 06:21 PM
UNC might be really strong in a couple years... along with Lynn Chi there are rumors that they might land 2 other prospects in the top ten on tennis recruiting 2013 and there are already 2 top ten players for the 2014 recruiting class that have expressed strong interest

can you be more specific? :oh: :lol:
and yes, they're recruiting well.

ats_tennis
Dec 18th, 2011, 06:41 PM
can you be more specific? :oh: :lol:
and yes, they're recruiting well.

Sorry I didn't want to mention any names because they are just rumors but since you asked... :)

For 2013 the recruits I've heard that have high interests in UNC are Hayley Carter and Kourtney Keegan (they only have 2 remaining scholarships since they already signed Chi). And for 2014 I have heard Hannah King and Mariana Gould (although I just looked and she is only 12 on tennis recruiting).

Obviously there are other schools I am sure that these recruits have high interests in (ex: Carter also has interest in Duke) but if they could land the majority of these recruits it would be a great team.

fantic
Dec 18th, 2011, 10:02 PM
Sorry I didn't want to mention any names because they are just rumors but since you asked... :)

For 2013 the recruits I've heard that have high interests in UNC are Hayley Carter, Alyssa Smith, and Kourtney Keegan (although they only have 2 remaining scholarships since they already signed Chi). And for 2014 I have heard Hannah King and Mariana Gould (although I just looked and she is only 12 on tennis recruiting).

Obviously there are other schools I am sure that these recruits have high interests in (ex: Carter also has interest in Duke) but if they could land the majority of these recruits it would be a great team.

Thank you! Do feel free to spill out more rumors :lol: All players you've mentioned are good, Keegan and Gould are pretty good dbls players too :)

ats_tennis
Dec 18th, 2011, 10:36 PM
Thank you! Do feel free to spill out more rumors :lol: All players you've mentioned are good, Keegan and Gould are pretty good dbls players too :)

Well since you asked... :D

Mia King has interest in Georgia and I believe she will be taking a visit there soon.

fantic
Dec 19th, 2011, 12:26 AM
UNC fan! I bet mboyle will be thrilled :lol: (there's a ACC thread FYI)

Yeah Carter is good, no doubt. I saw her at the National this year and while she wasn't that aggressive compared to Brooke Austin, Andrews, and Townsend, she's still a damn good player.

gouci
Dec 25th, 2011, 08:57 AM
Merry Christmas!

As a bonus gift I'm revealing :secret: another hidden page (http://tennisrecruiting.net/list.asp?id=2139) on tennisrecruiting.net

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fantic
Jan 14th, 2012, 05:20 AM
Ranking order as of 12/29/11

38. LMarker


LINK (http://www.mydesert.com/article/20120113/SPORTS07/201130328/Desirae-Krawczyk-beats-prep-teammate-Lauren-Marker-NCTC)

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Marker, who lives near Krawczyk in Rancho Mirage and is a junior at Palm Desert High School, said she is considering a few Division I schools, with Arizona being the early leader along with Texas. Northwestern and USC also are high on Marker's list."

ats_tennis
Jan 30th, 2012, 03:06 PM
Zoe Katz committed to USC. Another good one for your team fantic :lol:

fantic
Jan 30th, 2012, 04:02 PM
Zoe Katz committed to USC. Another good one for your team fantic :lol:

Zoe! :woohoo: I really liked her play, she's a very good doubles player!

mboyle
Jan 30th, 2012, 05:30 PM
UNC fan! I bet mboyle will be thrilled :lol:

Lol I am always happy to add people to my prayer list. ;)

cowsonice
Jan 30th, 2012, 06:33 PM
Zoe Katz committed to USC. Another good one for your team fantic :lol:
Another Campbell Hall girl to USC :eek:

fantic
Jan 30th, 2012, 07:59 PM
Another Campbell Hall girl to USC :eek:

yup, Campbell Hall players play doubles pretty well :lol:

fantic
Jan 31st, 2012, 04:56 AM
Dagger to my heart...:sad:

What dagger to your heart? :lol:

National 2011 result;

R4 Monica Turewicz d. (17) Lynn Chi 6-2; 6-3

ats_tennis
Feb 5th, 2012, 09:04 PM
Just thought I would share that I saw Madeline Lipp, Jennifer Brady, and Haley Carter all at Duke this weekend. ( and only one scholarship available :lol: )

Amalgamate
Feb 5th, 2012, 09:19 PM
Just thought I would share that I saw Madeline Lipp, Jennifer Brady, and Haley Carter all at Duke this weekend. ( and only one scholarship available :lol: )

Awkward :oh:

Edit: Thanks for sharing!

iPatty
Feb 5th, 2012, 11:40 PM
Just thought I would share that I saw Madeline Lipp, Jennifer Brady, and Haley Carter all at Duke this weekend. ( and only one scholarship available :lol: )

I have a feeling she's going to UNC.

ats_tennis
Feb 6th, 2012, 02:13 AM
I have a feeling she's going to UNC.

If you don't mind, could you tell me why you have this feeling? :lol:

I'm a huge UNC fan and would love her to go there, but I got nervous seeing her at Duke this weekend! :lol:

fantic
Feb 6th, 2012, 02:18 AM
If you don't mind, could you tell me why you have this feeling? :lol:

I'm a huge UNC fan and would love her to go there, but I got nervous seeing her at Duke this weekend! :lol:

don't worry about it, he had a feeling that Krista might choose UCLA :oh: :lol:

ats_tennis
Feb 23rd, 2012, 10:18 PM
Have a very good source saying Carter is going to commit to UNC. Should be announced within the next month :woohoo:

iPatty
Feb 24th, 2012, 01:49 AM
:angel:

UNC is gonna be GOOD.

fantic
Feb 24th, 2012, 04:41 AM
Now THIS should be a dagger to mboyle's heart :sobbing:

And congrats to ats tennis ;)

ats_tennis
Feb 24th, 2012, 01:06 PM
Now THIS should be a dagger to mboyle's heart :sobbing:

And congrats to ats tennis ;)

Why thank you. Now on to casually stalking Lynn Chi and Carter's results for the next year and a half before I see them at Carolina :lol:

And mboyle does get all the top recruits so I hope he will be kind enough to let me enjoy this moment :lol:

2nd_serve
Feb 24th, 2012, 04:06 PM
Now THIS should be a dagger to mboyle's heart :sobbing:

And congrats to ats tennis ;)
Mboyle should be happy. Sports and tennis are more fun when there is a true rivalry. And for talking, too, gouci and form are more fun, because they both are here. Though I want the Bay Area teams to win, I like that this year, UCLA and USC are about equal rivals with Stanford and Cal.

fantic
Feb 24th, 2012, 07:44 PM
Mboyle should be happy. Sports and tennis are more fun when there is a true rivalry. And for talking, too, gouci and form are more fun, because they both are here. Though I want the Bay Area teams to win, I like that this year, UCLA and USC are about equal rivals with Stanford and Cal.

eh...no? :sobbing: but do hope USC can do better tomorrow against CAL and on Mar. 1 :devil:

gouci
Feb 28th, 2012, 12:15 PM
2/28/12

- Stony Brook gets verbal from 4 star Nadia Smergut (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=564670).

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gouci
Feb 29th, 2012, 06:46 AM
2/28/12

43. Tennessee gets verbal from 5 star Brittany Lindl (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=368912).

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ats_tennis
Mar 14th, 2012, 01:24 AM
Makenzie Craft officially commits to University of Georgia (previously a rumor but now has been confirmed via Facebook status: Gonna be a DAWG!!!) :lol:

ats_tennis
Mar 14th, 2012, 01:27 AM
Also, Kourtney Keegan is reported to be down to three schools: University of Georgia, University of Florida, and University of North Carolina (in no particular order)

tennisbuddy12
Mar 14th, 2012, 01:35 AM
Would be surprised if Keegan doesn't commit to UGA. Doubt she would go to UF, but possibly UNC. We'll see though.

gouci
Apr 5th, 2012, 07:37 PM
4/5/12

32. Boston College gets verbal from 5 star Lexi Borr (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=258302).

35. Boston College gets verbal from 5 star Emily Safron (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=255520).

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Amalgamate
Apr 5th, 2012, 07:46 PM
4/5/12

32. Boston College gets verbal from 5 star Lexi Borr (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=258302).

35. Boston College gets verbal from 5 star Emily Safron (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=255520).

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Best class for BC since...ever? :lol:

gouci
Apr 6th, 2012, 03:18 AM
4/5/12

- UNC Greensboro gets verbal from 3 star Masey DeMoss (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=626158).

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ats_tennis
Apr 10th, 2012, 01:36 AM
Kourtney Keegan just committed to the University of Florida

Amalgamate
Apr 11th, 2012, 03:03 AM
Kourtney Keegan just committed to the University of Florida

She might want to change her tennis recruiting profile picture then :lol:

gouci
Apr 13th, 2012, 05:47 PM
4/13/12

- Long Beach St. gets verbal from 4 star Hayley Thompson (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=572227).

LBS gets an American player. :eek::eek::eek:

It had to happen on Friday the 13th. :lol:

Good move by LBS to get a very early commitment. Cuz if Thompson saw in the Fall how much LBS drops off minus Dallara, Manasse and Luzar plus they may have no American players she may have changed her mind. :happy:


- UNC Greensboro gets verbal from 3 star Masey DeMoss (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=626158).

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fantic
Apr 15th, 2012, 02:24 AM
I saw Hayley Carter at the Duke match today?! Players on the UNC team told me Carter verbally committed to UNC, so what is she doing there?!

spying on the enemy? :lol:

form
Apr 15th, 2012, 05:56 AM
4/13/12

- Long Beach St. gets verbal from 4 star Hayley Thompson (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=572227).

LBS gets an American player. :eek::eek::eek:

. :happy:



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15 -1-1... and 10 league titles in 11 years :smooch:

goUCI...the most prolific program to win 1 D1 title in history (and they cheated with a girl they crippled to get that)

fantic
Apr 15th, 2012, 09:26 PM
from TRN;

4/13 Samuel Crawford chooses Pomona-Pitzer

My heart stopped for a second :lol:

ats_tennis
Apr 16th, 2012, 02:52 AM
from TRN;

4/13 Samuel Crawford chooses Pomona-Pitzer

My heart stopped for a second :lol:

:lol: I thought the exact same thing! :lol:

I have a feeling she will end up at Florida, although I know USC is recruiting her hard so maybe she'll join your Trojans!

fantic
Apr 16th, 2012, 04:28 AM
:lol: I thought the exact same thing! :lol:

I have a feeling she will end up at Florida, although I know USC is recruiting her hard so maybe she'll join your Trojans!

Damn, you know everything, I thought only I knew it as a fan :lol:

form
Apr 16th, 2012, 06:19 AM
from TRN;

4/13 Samuel Crawford chooses Pomona-Pitzer

My heart stopped for a second :lol:

:haha::haha::haha::haha::haha::haha::bowdown:

fantic
Apr 16th, 2012, 02:53 PM
:haha::haha::haha::haha::haha::haha::bowdown:

I HAD to post it, it was too good to pass :angel:

iPatty
Apr 17th, 2012, 12:29 AM
I saw Hayley Carter at the Duke match today?! Players on the UNC team told me Carter verbally committed to UNC, so what is she doing there?!

Don't worry. ;)

http://i44.tinypic.com/24g629v.png

ats_tennis
Apr 17th, 2012, 05:17 PM
Don't worry. ;)

http://i44.tinypic.com/24g629v.png

:woohoo: GO HEELS!

Thanks iPatty!

mboyle
Apr 17th, 2012, 08:40 PM
:woohoo: GO HEELS!

Thanks iPatty!

Vomit.

gouci
Apr 19th, 2012, 11:07 PM
4/19/12

39. Wake Forest gets verbal from 5 star Kimmy Guerin (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=629305).

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gouci
Apr 20th, 2012, 02:45 AM
4/19/12

26. Wake Forest gets verbal from blue chip Samantha Asch (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=629278).

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gouci
Apr 25th, 2012, 05:28 AM
4/23/12

14. Georgia gets verbal from blue chip Ayaka Okuno (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=448512).

19. Georgia gets verbal from blue chip Makenzie Craft (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=580499) for 2012-13. She originally gave a verbal for 2013-14.

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gouci
Apr 26th, 2012, 04:56 AM
4/25/12

16. Northwestern gets verbal from blue chip Madeline Lipp (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=246705).

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mboyle
Apr 26th, 2012, 05:02 AM
Duke, can we get on the ball? Please and thank you...

fantic
Apr 26th, 2012, 06:08 AM
Duke, can we get on the ball? Please and thank you...

Who do you want? :lol:

ats_tennis
Apr 26th, 2012, 11:06 AM
Duke, can we get on the ball? Please and thank you...

:lol: Duke wanted Carter and they wanted Lipp to walk on, but they lost both. Don't worry though Allie Kiick (who I think might be going pro though) is coming in on a visit pretty soon and Jennifer Brady is coming in on another visit pretty soon as well. The problem is they only have one scholarship available so once they offered it they had to hold it so they might have lost some prospective players. I would expect they would now offer it to Kiick but I personally would offer the scholarship to Jennifer Brady if I were them because she won't be going pro and she's both a great singles and doubles player.

fantic
Apr 26th, 2012, 04:07 PM
according to TRN Keegan commits to UF(yes ats had the scoop before :lol:). I think someone here asked about Collins, but isn't Collins incoming this year(Fall) and Keegan the next?

ats_tennis
Apr 26th, 2012, 05:24 PM
according to TRN Keegan commits to UF(yes ats had the scoop before :lol:). I think someone here asked about Collins, but isn't Collins incoming this year(Fall) and Keegan the next?

Yes Collins comes in this Fall and Keegan doesn't come in until the Fall of 2013. Florida still has 2 more spots to fill, I wonder who they will get? I know they're going hard after Crawford, but I hope she ends up with your Trojans fantic :)

fantic
Apr 26th, 2012, 07:36 PM
Yes Collins comes in this Fall and Keegan doesn't come in until the Fall of 2013. Florida still has 2 more spots to fill, I wonder who they will get? I know they're going hard after Crawford, but I hope she ends up with your Trojans fantic :)

:lol: Who knows ;)

mboyle
Apr 26th, 2012, 09:19 PM
:lol: Duke wanted Carter and they wanted Lipp to walk on, but they lost both. Don't worry though Allie Kiick (who I think might be going pro though) is coming in on a visit pretty soon and Jennifer Brady is coming in on another visit pretty soon as well. The problem is they only have one scholarship available so once they offered it they had to hold it so they might have lost some prospective players. I would expect they would now offer it to Kiick but I personally would offer the scholarship to Jennifer Brady if I were them because she won't be going pro and she's both a great singles and doubles player.

Don't we have two scholarships? Gorny is leaving this year and we don't have anyone coming on next year to replace her, and then Clayton graduates next Spring.

mboyle
Apr 26th, 2012, 09:21 PM
Who do you want? :lol:

Victoria Duval and Samantha Crawford would be a nice combination! :p

No but seriously, we have two scholarships to fill...

ats_tennis
Apr 26th, 2012, 10:09 PM
Don't we have two scholarships? Gorny is leaving this year and we don't have anyone coming on next year to replace her, and then Clayton graduates next Spring.

Possibly. I believe they are holding Gorny's scholarship (which ends in December when she graduates) for Grace Min. The Duke coaches are treating the 2013 class as if they only have 1 scholarship because they believe they will land Grace. But if Grace chooses elsewhere (or goes pro) and they can't find anybody else (such as a foreign player) worthy of the spot they will hold the scholarship until 2013. It honestly just depends, but I believe they will end up having the 2 scholarships available for 2013.

ats_tennis
Apr 26th, 2012, 10:14 PM
Victoria Duval and Samantha Crawford would be a nice combination! :p

No but seriously, we have two scholarships to fill...

Not sure Victoria Duval will be going to college. And I really don't think Samantha Crawford will end up at Duke (as I have not heard anything about her being interested in Duke at all). Your best bet would be Allie Kiick (who also might go pro) or Jennifer Brady ( who I believe is very interested in Duke as she has visited 2 or 3 times now - although Carter visited Duke 3 or 4 times and look where she ended up :lol: ).

mboyle
Apr 27th, 2012, 04:39 PM
Possibly. I believe they are holding Gorny's scholarship (which ends in December when she graduates) for Grace Min. The Duke coaches are treating the 2013 class as if they only have 1 scholarship because they believe they will land Grace. But if Grace chooses elsewhere (or goes pro) and they can't find anybody else (such as a foreign player) worthy of the spot they will hold the scholarship until 2013. It honestly just depends, but I believe they will end up having the 2 scholarships available for 2013.

Oh my goodness if we got Grace...I'd be very, very happy. Let's put it that way. But mostly I just want Capra to stay. Can I sign some petition or something? STAY BEATRICE!

Capra/Kahan
Min/Goldfield
Mar/Clayton

Capra
Min
Goldfield
Kahan
Mar
Clayton/Turewicz

Dangg we'd be good

ats_tennis
May 3rd, 2012, 11:53 PM
Just heard Mia King committed to Georgia

Amalgamate
May 6th, 2012, 07:51 PM
Just heard Mia King committed to Georgia

Not surprising but she hasn't been that impressive lately. I would think Georgia could do better than King and Ayaka Okuno.

ats_tennis
May 7th, 2012, 05:13 PM
Was browsing tennis recruiting and noticed that Carter's verbal committment to UNC is no longer listed?? Does anybody know anything about this?

tennisbuddy12
May 7th, 2012, 06:00 PM
Was browsing tennis recruiting and noticed that Carter's verbal committment to UNC is no longer listed?? Does anybody know anything about this?

More than likely they're going to be doing a feature on her decision. That's happened before.

ats_tennis
May 7th, 2012, 11:00 PM
More than likely they're going to be doing a feature on her decision. That's happened before.

Oh ok thanks tennisbuddy12! That makes sense. See my mind always seems to go to the worst case scenarios and it immediately went to her decommitting- I guess I'm still recovering from Lynn Chi decommitting from my Tar Heels :lol: I don't think I could handle it if Carter changed her mind too :lol:

iPatty
May 8th, 2012, 01:31 AM
^ She's going. Was all decked out in her UNC gear yesterday, was talking to (I think) an assistant coach, was hanging out with Whitney Kay and the other UNC girls that were there watching. Have no fear!

And I've been meaning to respond to that PM you sent me a while back. I'll get to it, I promise.

Amalgamate
May 8th, 2012, 01:51 AM
Just heard Mia King committed to Georgia

For fall of 2012. She's graduating early.

ats_tennis
May 8th, 2012, 02:01 AM
For fall of 2012. She's graduating early.

Is she going in the start of the Fall or in January?

Amalgamate
May 8th, 2012, 02:05 AM
Is she going in the start of the Fall or in January?

Not sure.

fantic
May 8th, 2012, 04:35 AM
^ She's going. Was all decked out in her UNC gear yesterday, was talking to (I think) an assistant coach, was hanging out with Whitney Kay and the other UNC girls that were there watching. Have no fear!

And I've been meaning to respond to that PM you sent me a while back. I'll get to it, I promise.

You two seem to have watched the same match, Carter vs Koroleva
:lol:
Maybe you guys can just talk face to face at the tournament :lol:

cowsonice
May 10th, 2012, 02:54 AM
I heard through the Twitter-verse that Alyssa Smith visited UNC :oh:

...and planning on visiting Stanford??

Oh fantic :lol:

fantic
May 10th, 2012, 03:12 AM
I heard through the Twitter-verse that Alyssa Smith visited UNC :oh:

...and planning on visiting Stanford??


Oh fantic :lol:

what :lol:

I object to both destinations, one is too far and one is evil :(

:lol:

If Alyssa goes to STAN Kostas might not have a playing time at all :hysteric:

ats_tennis
May 10th, 2012, 01:08 PM
Jamie Loeb also visited UNC the other day

fantic
May 16th, 2012, 09:29 PM
from TRN; 5/15 Sara Remynse chooses Michigan

Sara beat Santamaria at the National last year.

mboyle
May 17th, 2012, 02:03 PM
from TRN; 5/15 Sara Remynse chooses Michigan

Sara beat Santamaria at the National last year.

As in Andrea's sister?

fantic
May 17th, 2012, 02:04 PM
As in Andrea's sister?

yup.

gouci
May 24th, 2012, 01:46 PM
5/24/12

24. Northwestern gets verbal from blue chip Jillan Rooney (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=563012).

.

cowsonice
May 24th, 2012, 08:53 PM
Wow, that's a great catch!!

gouci
Jun 8th, 2012, 11:47 PM
6/7/12

53. Ohio State gets verbal from 5 star Sandy Niehaus (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=574755).

58. Ohio State gets verbal from 5 star Emma Alderman (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=570873).

.

tennisbuddy12
Jun 10th, 2012, 01:12 AM
6/7/12

53. Ohio State gets verbal from 5 star Sandy Niehaus (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=574755).

58. Ohio State gets verbal from 5 star Emma Alderman (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=570873).

.

We need that big recruit, but it's nice to get more 5-stars lol

Amalgamate
Jun 10th, 2012, 03:46 AM
We need that big recruit, but it's nice to get more 5-stars lol

Unfortunately Sandy is the only Ohioan in TRN's top 100 for the class of 2013 (not that Ohio State can't get girls not from Ohio but still...).

fantic
Jun 10th, 2012, 04:02 AM
Alderman was last year's National G16 Quarterfinalist

tennisbuddy12
Jun 10th, 2012, 07:13 PM
Unfortunately Sandy is the only Ohioan in TRN's top 100 for the class of 2013 (not that Ohio State can't get girls not from Ohio but still...).

Exactly, we can get some of Ohio's best, but it's the blue-chips we need. We have a couple that should be blue-chips, but with their rank, but they aren't. We'll see though

Amalgamate
Jul 1st, 2012, 12:45 AM
Big day tomorrow.

fantic
Jul 1st, 2012, 02:54 AM
Big day tomorrow.

:confused: can you elaborate?

Amalgamate
Jul 1st, 2012, 03:14 AM
:confused: can you elaborate?

Oh, sorry :) July 1. First day coaches can call you as a rising senior.

fantic
Jul 1st, 2012, 03:56 AM
oh thx ;)

Amalgamate
Jul 2nd, 2012, 06:00 AM
oh thx ;)

Yup, meaning the verbals will start pouring in.

Sydney Campbell to Vanderbilt.

tennisbuddy12
Jul 2nd, 2012, 07:16 AM
Yup, meaning the verbals will start pouring in.

Sydney Campbell to Vanderbilt.

I thought she committed a long time ago?

Amalgamate
Jul 2nd, 2012, 07:37 AM
I thought she committed a long time ago?

Yea I know it's been known for a while but I just saw it on TRN and thought I would post it.

gouci
Jul 3rd, 2012, 05:26 PM
7/3/12

88. Texas Tech gets verbal from 4 star Claire Williams (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=578539).

- Dartmouth gets verbal from not rated Taylor Ng (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=639587).

.

gouci
Jul 9th, 2012, 08:10 PM
7/9/12

83. Dartmouth gets verbal from 5 star Narcissa Summerall (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=628111).

- Wright State gets verbal from 4 star Tori Turner (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=637037).

- Princeton gets verbal from 2 star Sarah Cen (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=631971).

.

gouci
Aug 21st, 2012, 08:39 AM
8/20/12

- Colorado gets verbal from Dhanielly Quevedo (http://beta.itftennis.com/Juniors/players/player/profile.aspx?PlayerID=100150731) of Venezuela. She had an ITF ranking high of 157.

gouci
Sep 11th, 2012, 03:19 AM
9/10/12

38. Arizona gets verbal from 5 star Lauren Marker (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=577922).

62. Illinois gets verbal from 5 star Jerricka Boone (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=443640).

- LSU gets verbal from 4 star Abigail Owens (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=568117).

- Illinois gets verbal from 4 star walk-on Emily Barretta (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=575397).

- South Florida gets verbal from 2 star walk-on Hailey Grillo (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=563504).

CTSEMT
Sep 18th, 2012, 05:57 PM
“I have to take the SAT in three weeks,” says Kiick, who, like Vickery, is getting her high school degree online. “If I do well on the SAT, I will probably commit to Duke. But I have to get a high enough score on the SAT to get in, and I’m stressing over that a little.”

http://www.abqjournal.com/sports/2012/09/18/colemanvision-brings-friends-together.html

gouci
Sep 21st, 2012, 05:39 PM
9/21/12

31. Oklahoma State gets verbal from blue chip Megan McCray (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=656493).

85. Rutgers gets verbal from 4 star Farris Cunningham (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=428793).

- Elon gets verbal from 5 star Tolley Rice (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=622577).

- Marshall gets verbal from 4 star Rachael Morales (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=574750).

.

gouci
Sep 26th, 2012, 07:18 PM
9/26/12

Some record keeping.

23. Baylor gets verbal from blue chip Blair Shankle (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=277901).

25. Cal gets verbal from blue chip Maegan Manasse (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=246987).

42. Princeton gets verbal from 5 star Dorothy Tang (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=264445).

46. Dartmouth gets verbal from 5 star Jacqueline Crawford (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=424735).

75. Florida Atlantic gets verbal from 4 star Taylor Lederman (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=387692).

86. Georgetown gets verbal from 4 star Sophie Barnard (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=565500).

90. Stony Brook gets verbal from 4 star Adesuwa Osabuohien (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=266384).

- SIU Edwardsville gets verbal from 4 star Alexis Aranda (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=563346).

- Syracuse gets verbal from 4 star Maria Avgerinos (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=656693).

- Cincinnati gets verbal from 4 star Lauren Bellinger (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=574721).

- Pittsburgh gets verbal from 4 star Audrey Ann Blakely (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=321379).

- Furman gets verbal from 4 star Karlee Bryde (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=581483).

- Bradley gets verbal from 4 star Ariel Dechter (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=637090).

- UNC Greensboro gets verbal from 4 star Yasmin Franco (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=663463).

- Cleveland State gets verbal from 4 star Lauren Golick (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=670971).

- Army gets verbal from 4 star Caroline Lorenzini (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=622519).

- Navy gets verbal from 4 star Summer Ralton (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=574061).

- West Virginia gets verbal from 4 star Sydney Rider (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=575121).

- Northern Arizona gets verbal from 4 star Hailey Rochin (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=570626).

- Georgia Southern gets verbal from 4 star Mary Phillips Smith (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=634047).

- Charlotte gets verbal from 4 star Macy Vonderschmidt (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=646462).

gouci
Sep 26th, 2012, 07:41 PM
9/26/12

- CSUN gets verbal from 3 star Scout Shutter (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=669543).

- Sac. St. gets verbal from 3 star Tori Trylovich (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=200325).

- Akron gets verbal from Caroline Harpaintner (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=811296) of Germany.

- Louisville gets verbal from Gabrielle Paul (http://beta.itftennis.com/Juniors/players/player/profile.aspx?PlayerID=100165382) of Great Britain.

.

gouci
Sep 30th, 2012, 06:35 PM
9/30/12

- Wake Forest gets verbal from 5 star Luisa Fernandez (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=656415).

- Louisville gets verbal from 5 star Cassie Pough (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=470894).

64. Furman gets verbal from 4 star Blair Martin (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=265912).

- Iowa gets verbal from 4 star Aimee Tarun (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=265712).

gouci
Oct 2nd, 2012, 04:49 PM
10/2/12

45. Rice gets verbal from 5 star Alison Ho (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=661524).

63. Arizona St. gets verbal from 5 star Kassidy Jump (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=570057).

77. LSU gets verbal from 5 star Gabrielle Otero (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=562001).

- Florida Atlantic gets verbal from 4 star Lyndsey Boos (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=449308).

gouci
Oct 4th, 2012, 01:03 AM
10/3/12

76. Nebraska gets verbal from 5 star Mary Hanna (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=573951).

- Boise State gets verbal from 4 star Sara Brown (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=660273).

- Illinois gets verbal from walk-on 3 star Lindsey Whitehead (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=622532).

- Texas Tech gets verbal from Lynn Kiro (http://beta.itftennis.com/Juniors/players/player/profile.aspx?PlayerID=100124279) of South Africa. She had an ITF ranking high of 119.

gouci
Oct 5th, 2012, 03:19 AM
10/4/12

66. Furman gets verbal from 5 star Ansley Speaks (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=445619).

.

fantic
Oct 5th, 2012, 03:08 PM
10/2/12

45. Rice gets verbal from 5 star Alison Ho (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=661524).

63. Arizona St. gets verbal from 5 star Kassidy Jump (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=570057).

77. LSU gets verbal from 5 star Gabrielle Otero (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=562001).

- Florida Atlantic gets verbal from 4 star Lyndsey Boos (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=449308).

Nice recruit by Rice and ASU!

gouci
Oct 8th, 2012, 12:44 AM
10/7/12

61. Georgia Tech gets verbal from 5 star Alexa Anton-Ohlmeyer (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=580701).

89. Cornell gets verbal from 4 star Alexandra D'Ascenzo (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=625712).

- Army gets verbal from 4 star Allyson Hayley (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=624654).

.

fantic
Oct 8th, 2012, 02:24 AM
10/7/12

61. Georgia Tech gets verbal from 5 star Alexa Anton-Ohlmeyer (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=580701).

89. Cornell gets verbal from 4 star Alexandra D'Ascenzo (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=625712).

- Army gets verbal from 4 star Allyson Hayley (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=624654).

.

Thank God. Georgia is 'far' enough. Her recent results are good so I guess she can contribute. Now only two left, fingers crossed, hope they follow her lead and land even further East :lol:

And, Mayci goes to BYU :lol: Could play #1 and with Sheehan-Dizon, could make a formidable doubles pair.

cowsonice
Oct 8th, 2012, 02:51 AM
I'm surprised Mayci is going to BYU. I know she's Mormon and everything, but I thought UCLA would've given her a spot maybe :lol:

I'm not sure but her older sister (not McCall) still might be coach at BYU too.

fantic
Oct 8th, 2012, 03:00 AM
I'm surprised Mayci is going to BYU. I know she's Mormon and everything, but I thought UCLA would've given her a spot maybe :lol:

I'm not sure but her older sister (not McCall) still might be coach at BYU too.

Oh her family is a Mormon? Didn't know that. I thought too, but UCLA is too deep now :sobbing: Maybe she can transfer there later like McCall :lol:

cowsonice
Oct 8th, 2012, 03:18 AM
Oh God, taking a look at the UCLA roster, there's Olivia Annacone...yep, daughter of Paul Annacone :oh:

gouci
Oct 10th, 2012, 12:36 AM
10/9/12

69. Oklahoma gets verbal from 5 star Morgan Chumney (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=265900).

- College of Charleston gets verbal from 5 star Katherine Schofield (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=570068).

- New Mexico gets verbal from 4 star Dominique Dulski (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=564167).

gouci
Oct 13th, 2012, 08:15 AM
10/13/12

- Florida Atlantic gets verbal from 4 star Kandis Legall (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=630309).

.

fantic
Oct 21st, 2012, 12:22 AM
according to TRN,

Denise is interested in;

Denise Starr NY California, Columbia, Stanford, UCLA

:eek:

Welcome to sunny California! :lol:

cowsonice
Oct 22nd, 2012, 11:35 PM
Columbia as an interest? :haha:

fantic
Oct 23rd, 2012, 12:23 AM
Columbia as an interest? :haha:

Well, it's near her home I guess :shrug: :lol:

tennisbuddy12
Oct 24th, 2012, 02:00 AM
Well, it's near her home I guess :shrug: :lol:

Yeah, she trains at the USTA facility in NYC. Columbia is a good school, but she won't end up there

fantic
Oct 24th, 2012, 06:12 AM
if she goes to UCLA..wow, that'll be really insane, UCLA's lineup..

fantic
Oct 25th, 2012, 06:27 AM
Jana McCord seems to be going to TAM.

And Monica Robinson goes to ND.

Embittered
Oct 29th, 2012, 08:35 AM
@sarahborwell (https://twitter.com/sarahborwell/status/262755514285432833)

"@GBtennis: Barnstaple 75K: 1st WTA points (for QR1 wins) @BrigitFolland (https://twitter.com/BrigitFolland) "Congrats South Carolina student-athlete (http://www.itftennis.com/juniors/players/player/profile.aspx?playerid=100143216)!#collegetennis

gouci
Oct 29th, 2012, 03:53 PM
10/29/12

27. Princeton gets verbal from 5 star Sivan Krems (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=580732).

41. Northwestern gets verbal from 5 star Manon Peri (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=566144).

60. Notre Dame gets verbal from 5 star Mary Closs (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=468914).

70. Boston gets verbal from 4 star Iris Lin (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=624257).

80. San Diego St. gets verbal from 5 star Kennedy Davis (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=262683).

- Boston gets verbal from Barbara Rodriguez (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=285452) of Venezuela.

- Cal St. Fullerton gets verbal from 4 star Camille DeLeon (http://tennisrecruiting.net/team.asp?id=896).

- Morehead State gets verbal from 4 star Kennedy Womack (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=549426).

cowsonice
Oct 30th, 2012, 12:29 AM
Krems and Princeton? :eek: Dang.

fantic
Oct 31st, 2012, 07:14 AM
Krems and Princeton? :eek: Dang.

That's nothing; Liang to Harvard :eek:

fantic
Nov 13th, 2012, 04:03 PM
from TRN;

•Nov 14 - Blue Chip Commit - Jamie Loeb (M. Frost)

fantic
Nov 13th, 2012, 04:16 PM
from TRN, blue chip update on the 12th.

Lexi Borr NJ Boston College Boston College
Jennifer Brady FL Open
Sydney Campbell TN Vanderbilt Vanderbilt
Hayley Carter SC Open
Samantha Crawford FL Considering Turning Pro Open
Taylor Davidson NC Announcing 11/14 Alabama, Stanford, Vanderbilt
Victoria Duval FL Considering Turning Pro Open
Shannon Hudson VA Open
Zoe Katz CA USC USC
Kourtney Keegan GA Florida Florida
Alexandra Kiick FL Open
Mia King NC Announcing 11/15 Georgia, North Carolina, Stanford, UCLA, Virginia
June Lee NJ Open
Sherry Li FL Open
Spencer Liang MD Harvard Harvard
Madeline Lipp IL Northwestern Northwestern
Jamie Loeb NY Announcing 11/14 North Carolina, Northwestern
Maegan Manasse CA California California
Rasheeda McAdoo FL Open
Jana McCord CA Announcing 11/16 Notre Dame, Texas A&M
Megan McCray CA Oklahoma State Oklahoma State
Rachel Pierson NJ Open
Jillian Rooney MA Northwestern Northwestern
Chalena Scholl FL Open
Blair Shankle TX Baylor Baylor
Alyssa Smith CA Duke Duke
Denise Starr NY California, Columbia, Stanford, UCLA

SakiBomb25
Nov 13th, 2012, 07:30 PM
from TRN, blue chip update on the 12th.

Lexi Borr NJ Boston College Boston College
Jennifer Brady FL Open
Sydney Campbell TN Vanderbilt Vanderbilt
Hayley Carter SC Open
Samantha Crawford FL Considering Turning Pro Open
Taylor Davidson NC Announcing 11/14 Alabama, Stanford, Vanderbilt
Victoria Duval FL Considering Turning Pro Open
Shannon Hudson VA Open
Zoe Katz CA USC USC
Kourtney Keegan GA Florida Florida
Alexandra Kiick FL Open
Mia King NC Announcing 11/15 Georgia, North Carolina, Stanford, UCLA, Virginia
June Lee NJ Open
Sherry Li FL Open
Spencer Liang MD Harvard Harvard
Madeline Lipp IL Northwestern Northwestern
Jamie Loeb NY Announcing 11/14 North Carolina, Northwestern
Maegan Manasse CA California California
Rasheeda McAdoo FL Open
Jana McCord CA Announcing 11/16 Notre Dame, Texas A&M
Megan McCray CA Oklahoma State Oklahoma State
Rachel Pierson NJ Open
Jillian Rooney MA Northwestern Northwestern
Chalena Scholl FL Open
Blair Shankle TX Baylor Baylor
Alyssa Smith CA Duke Duke
Denise Starr NY California, Columbia, Stanford, UCLA

I thought Carter verballed to UNC or Duke? I could have swore it was one of those two...

ats_tennis
Nov 13th, 2012, 07:38 PM
I thought Carter verballed to UNC or Duke? I could have swore it was one of those two...

Carter verballed to UNC. Taylor Davidson verballed to Stanford. Mia King verballed to UGA. June Lee verballed to Harvard. Jamie Loeb verballed to UNC. and I believe Pierson verballed to UVA.

They just haven't updated their tennisrecruiting profiles or they are having articles written about their commitments, which is why tennisrecruiting still lists them as "open".

fantic
Nov 13th, 2012, 08:04 PM
oh Pierson verballed to UVA? Didn't know that, thx.

UNC could be REALLY good, both Carter and Loeb are good at dbls, too.

But wait, in fact 3 players are graduating next year, Zoe, Lauren and Gina. That means they have one more vacancy, even if Hayley and Jamie commits(forgot Vialle committed to UNC)

CTSEMT
Nov 15th, 2012, 02:00 AM
Carol Zhao, elite Canadian junior, signed to Stanford. Wow - was this known?

iPatty
Nov 15th, 2012, 02:50 AM
:eek: Stanford had a little ace up their sleeve.

tennisbuddy12
Nov 15th, 2012, 05:22 AM
Carol Zhao, elite Canadian junior, signed to Stanford. Wow - was this known?

Nicole tweeted to Carol during the Tulsa ITF and said "Go Card." I thought I said something, but I must've forgotten to :lol:

SakiBomb25
Nov 15th, 2012, 06:14 AM
Carol Zhao, elite Canadian junior, signed to Stanford. Wow - was this known?

How good is Zhao?

tie_breaker
Nov 16th, 2012, 02:37 PM
Nicole tweeted to Carol during the Tulsa ITF and said "Go Card." I thought I said something, but I must've forgotten to :lol:

Carol gets the Limo treatment 28-Sep + Gibbs comment on 12-Oct AND it's official only a few days ago :eek:

Sounds like the Cards went deep undercover :lol: :lol: :lol:

tie_breaker
Nov 16th, 2012, 02:45 PM
How good is Zhao?

Canada's top ranked junior and ranked #12 - ITF Juniors :eek:

"Fear the Tree" :lol:

davidjaime
Nov 17th, 2012, 01:41 AM
Meanwhile ASU gets unranked Gussie O'Sullivan from Australia.

CTSEMT
Nov 19th, 2012, 08:08 PM
Blue Chip RaSheeda McAdoo to GT: http://www.ramblinwreck.com/sports/w-tennis/spec-rel/111912aaa.html

fantic
Nov 19th, 2012, 09:27 PM
Princeton recruited pretty well, methink.

Tang, Krems and now Wolff..

Harvard recruited TWO Blue Chips..

Now IF Starr goes to Columbia :rolls:

cowsonice
Nov 19th, 2012, 11:48 PM
For what they're worth, Columbia women's tennis isn't that bad :sobbing:

fantic
Nov 19th, 2012, 11:57 PM
For what they're worth, Columbia women's tennis isn't that bad :sobbing:

:lol: They always send teams at Slams recently. Nicole Bartnik is 1-1 against Scandal this season.

fantic
Nov 20th, 2012, 10:18 PM
Dayna Lord is going to Brown

her result at the National

128 Christina Makarova d. Dayna Lord 6-7(4); 6-3; 6-3

iPatty
Nov 21st, 2012, 02:41 AM
Has it already been mentioned Jennifer Brady committed to UCLA? Ridiculous. :lol:

tie_breaker
Nov 21st, 2012, 02:57 AM
Has it already been mentioned Jennifer Brady committed to UCLA? Ridiculous. :lol:

Pete Sampras must be helping out with the recruiting again :rolleyes:

fantic
Nov 21st, 2012, 05:33 AM
Brady really committed to UCLA?

If that's true..Starr is going to Columbia? :hysteric:

Embittered
Nov 21st, 2012, 07:30 AM
Houston Tennis Inks Despoina Vogasari to National Letter of Intent (http://www.uhcougars.com/sports/w-tennis/spec-rel/112012aaa.html)Vogasari, the daughter of Dionysios Vogasaris and Maria Anaipakou, is recently coming off of her first professional tournament victory at the The Mytilini Open [ITF 10K - ed] in Greece and has been a finalist in five other professional singles and doubles events over the last two years.

hellas719
Nov 23rd, 2012, 04:52 PM
^Saw that on a Greek site. Well, I'm not sure whether to be happy or sad. It's good that she got a full scholarship and seems happy with the decision. The Greek article also said that she was offered to play at some top 25 schools but turned them down for Houston. And that with the economy in Greece there are bad conditions so she wants to play at Houston first and then try the pros. I'm surprised because I thought she definitely could've gone pro since she's already been doing well in some ITFs but I think this way might pay off in the long run. The only thing is that now we probably won't see her playing any ITFs for a few years :sad:

She should've gone to a much better team, but then again if she wasn't doing well financially and they gave her a full ride, then good for her :yeah:

Kordolaimi and Vogasari now for the Cougars. I wanna transfer there so I can watch them all the time :rolls:

tie_breaker
Nov 23rd, 2012, 09:41 PM
^Saw that on a Greek site. Well, I'm not sure whether to be happy or sad. It's good that she got a full scholarship and seems happy with the decision. The Greek article also said that she was offered to play at some top 25 schools but turned them down for Houston. And that with the economy in Greece there are bad conditions so she wants to play at Houston first and then try the pros. I'm surprised because I thought she definitely could've gone pro since she's already been doing well in some ITFs but I think this way might pay off in the long run. The only thing is that now we probably won't see her playing any ITFs for a few years :sad:

She should've gone to a much better team, but then again if she wasn't doing well financially and they gave her a full ride, then good for her :yeah:

Kordolaimi and Vogasari now for the Cougars. I wanna transfer there so I can watch them all the time :rolls:

I am pretty sure Patrick Sullivan had a lot to do with recruiting Vogasari. Sullivan recruited Elena Kordolaimi last year, while starting his 2nd year at Stephen F. Austin. When Patrick accepted the Houston position in June, Kordolaimi transferred to Houston. I am sure it will be an easier adjustment for Vogasari with Kordolaimi already there. ;)

Although Houston is not nationally ranked, Sullivan did post a 43-10 record in his two season at Stephen F. Austin and last year made NCAA tournament, reaching a high rank of #45. Sullivan has aspirations to make Houston a contender :eek: but I doubt that is going to happen anytime soon. I am sure adding Vogasari will help but he inherited a roster that includes 8 recruits from the former head coach, John Severance, of which, only 2 are seniors this year. :tape:

The good news is that I will be able to see them both play. Go Cougers!!! :lol:

hellas719
Nov 23rd, 2012, 09:54 PM
Yeah, that definitely has a lot to do with her decision. And he had another Greek girl, Antonia Kolovou at SFA. I'm not sure why he left SFA when he built up a great team only to leave before they were able to be successful. But perhaps he can do the same at Houston? :)

tie_breaker
Nov 23rd, 2012, 11:19 PM
Yeah, that definitely has a lot to do with her decision. And he had another Greek girl, Antonia Kolovou at SFA. I'm not sure why he left SFA when he built up a great team only to leave before they were able to be successful. But perhaps he can do the same at Houston? :)

I know Houston is his hometown and has family there, so that has alot to do with it. I don't know what caused Severance to resign, which opened up the doors for Sullivan. Sullivan was hired within 7 days of Severance resigning, so I have to imagine that Houston had already been knocking on Sullivan's door or visa versa. :lol:

It sounds like Houston really wants to build a program and Sullivan thinks he can get alot of support from the alumni and the community here. We'll see... :drool:

tie_breaker
Jan 29th, 2013, 05:41 AM
http://www.tennisrecruiting.net/article.asp?id=1435&sessionid=37FA77066F2F1433


TennisRecruiting.net's Top 25 Recruiting Classes
1. North Carolina
2. Northwestern
3. Stanford
4. Harvard
5. Oklahoma State
6. Houston
7. Georgia Tech
8. USC
9. Princeton
10. Tennessee
11. Wake Forest
12. Boston College
13. UCLA
14. Ohio State
15. Texas Tech
16. LSU
17. Duke
18. TCU
19. Florida
20. Vanderbilt
21. Texas A&M
22. Dartmouth
23. Notre Dame
24. Yale
25. Baylor



Jan. 28, 2013

HOUSTON - First-year head coach Patrick Sullivan has wasted little time in getting the University of Houston women's tennis program headed in the right direction, as TennisRecruiting.net tabbed his first recruiting haul for 2013 as the No. 6 class in the nation on Monday.
"I may be a little biased about my hometown, but Houston is a great place and that makes recruiting easy," Sullivan said. "I think what separates us from most universities is that being situated in the heart of the fourth largest city in the country and on one of the most diverse campuses and regions in the world, student-athletes have limitless opportunities on the court, in the classroom and in the community. There aren't too many Tier One research institutions in thriving cities that offer top-notch academics, great weather, an hour's drive from the beach and a chance to play in a premier tennis conference. Our 2014 schedule will be one of the toughest in the country and it's exciting to have a team that will be up to the task. Our recent move back into the national rankings and the addition of these talented newcomers to our current strong and high-character core mean exciting things to come for Houston Tennis."
The 2013 signing class, consisting of international standouts Despoina Vogasari (Athens, Grecce) and Rocio Martin Fernandez (Madrid, Spain), is the top recruiting class in Conference USA history and the second-highest ranked class in mid-major history behind William and Mary in 2006. Houston's recruiting class received a first-place vote from a panelist for the nation's top class.
Vogasari, who signed a National Letter of Intent in November for the 2013-14 season, holds the highest ranking of any junior player in Greece and the Athens native is the highest ranked player to sign with the Houston women's tennis program in the last 20 years. Vogasari recently claimed her first professional tournament victory at the The Mytilini Open in Greece and has been a finalist in five other professional singles and doubles events over the last two years.

Martin Fernandez signed with Houston before the start of the spring semester, where she was ranked No. 44 in Spain's open division and No. 1204 in WTA's worldwide rankings. Originally from Galicia, Spain, Martin Fernandez claimed the U16 regional championship before moving to Madrid in high school, where she went on to win the U18 regional doubles championship and advance to the semifinals of a U18 Spanish national singles and doubles event.
"We were very high on our incoming class even before these rankings, but it is certainly a nice accolade to receive and the credit should go to assistant coach Jo Keene and our director of compliance Kevin Klotz, who do all of the important behind the scenes work and receive very little public praise for it," Sullivan said. "I hate to give away our secret weapon, but I also need to mention our academic advisor Helen Gore-Laird, who is a real wolf in sheep's clothing as the most dynamic on-campus recruiter in the country. When prospects come in on visits and see not only all that Houston has to offer, but more importantly the incredible support and family environment that (Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics) Mack Rhoades has cultivated within our department, it really separates us from the pack.
"Unfortunately they don't give out rings for recruiting championships and we still have a lot of work ahead of us before we can start winning championships on the tennis court," Sullivan continued, "but we are excited to be on the right track, with the right people."

gouci
Feb 7th, 2013, 04:39 AM
2/6/13

67. Pacific gets L.O.I. from 5 star Francis Dean (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=637410).

- UCSB gets verbal from 4 star Kaiulani Boyer (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=574951).

- UCSB gets verbal from 4 star Melissa Baker (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=653627).

- UC Riverside gets verbal from 4 star Jasmine Almaguer (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=266040).

- Cal Poly gets verbal from 4 star Zoe Oedekerk (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=677947).

- UC Davis gets L.O.I. from Frederique Sleiffer (http://beta.itftennis.com/Juniors/players/player/profile.aspx?PlayerID=100156648) of Netherlands.

UC Davis signs Frederique Sleiffer. (http://www.ucdavisaggies.com/sports/w-tennis/spec-rel/113012aaa.html)

- Arizona gets verbal from 3 star walk-on Carly Cassity (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=563945).

- Pacific gets verbal from 3 star Jessica-Mariama Josiah (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=688827).

davidjaime
Mar 19th, 2013, 06:44 PM
found this article http://guidetogainesvilletennis.wordpress.com/2013/03/14/gainesville-tennis-fans-get-glimpse-of-future-gator/
on Allie kiick, she just beat Lara ARRUABARRENA of Spain who recently made the Round of 16 in Indian Wells, quarters in Bogota and won the Cali Challenger tournament! She is up on Vania King 5-2 right now on the second round of qualifying at Miami.


Tennis fans that were fortunate enough last week to soak in the Gainesville Women’s Tennis Classic may have also got a glimpse of a future Florida Gator.

Allie Kiick, a 17-year-old senior out of Fort Lauderdale, won the tournament in straight sets. That means she’s 5-0 this year in $10,000 prize tournaments.

Although she hasn’t officially signed, she does plan to play for the Gators starting in the 2013-2014 season.

Amalgamate
Mar 19th, 2013, 11:22 PM
found this article http://guidetogainesvilletennis.wordpress.com/2013/03/14/gainesville-tennis-fans-get-glimpse-of-future-gator/
on Allie kiick, she just beat Lara ARRUABARRENA of Spain who recently made the Round of 16 in Indian Wells, quarters in Bogota and won the Cali Challenger tournament! She is up on Vania King 5-2 right now on the second round of qualifying at Miami.


Tennis fans that were fortunate enough last week to soak in the Gainesville Women’s Tennis Classic may have also got a glimpse of a future Florida Gator.

Allie Kiick, a 17-year-old senior out of Fort Lauderdale, won the tournament in straight sets. That means she’s 5-0 this year in $10,000 prize tournaments.

Although she hasn’t officially signed, she does plan to play for the Gators starting in the 2013-2014 season.

From what I've heard if Allie does well this spring and summer (and I'm sure she has her own definition of what "well" means) then she'll go pro. But if her results aren't great then she'll head to UF in the fall. Qualifying for Miami is a pretty good start!

davidjaime
Mar 22nd, 2013, 09:13 AM
Alexandra Kiick just made it official, heading to Florida. Its posted on Tennis Recruiting! What a great catch by the Gators, she must of made the decision after getting the double bagel by Madison Keys.

Also read about Rebecca Marino retiring because of social media bullying :( she should of headed to Georgia Tech :sad:

fantic
Mar 22nd, 2013, 04:46 PM
Was wondering when the news would be out about Kiick going to UF :lol:

No professional players retire due to social media 'bullying'. The reason was depression.

tennisbuddy12
Mar 23rd, 2013, 12:36 AM
Was wondering when the news would be out about Kiick going to UF :lol:

No professional players retire due to social media 'bullying'. The reason was depression.

She retired because she lost the motivation and to want and travel around the tour. The depression, which got worse because of the cyber bullying, helped solidify her decision. I think she would've been happy at GT, but at the time, made the right move.

desariofan
Mar 23rd, 2013, 12:53 AM
Alexandra Kiick just made it official, heading to Florida. Its posted on Tennis Recruiting! What a great catch by the Gators, she must of made the decision after getting the double bagel by Madison Keys.

Also read about Rebecca Marino retiring because of social media bullying :( she should of headed to Georgia Tech :sad:

WOW what a marvelou news! go gators!
this'll make up for the shortcomings that has been of collins...

goOudinUSA
Mar 29th, 2013, 04:08 AM
Any news on commits for Univ. of Georgia? :)

Cooper96
Apr 3rd, 2013, 04:28 AM
Dayna Lord is going to Brown

her result at the National

128 Christina Makarova d. Dayna Lord 6-7(4); 6-3; 6-3

Awesome! Dayna lives in my town and I practiced one court over from her this past winter.

hellas719
Apr 5th, 2013, 03:56 AM
http://www.tennisrecruiting.net/article.asp?id=1435&sessionid=37FA77066F2F1433


TennisRecruiting.net's Top 25 Recruiting Classes
1. North Carolina
2. Northwestern
3. Stanford
4. Harvard
5. Oklahoma State
6. Houston
7. Georgia Tech
8. USC
9. Princeton
10. Tennessee
11. Wake Forest
12. Boston College
13. UCLA
14. Ohio State
15. Texas Tech
16. LSU
17. Duke
18. TCU
19. Florida
20. Vanderbilt
21. Texas A&M
22. Dartmouth
23. Notre Dame
24. Yale
25. Baylor



Jan. 28, 2013

HOUSTON - First-year head coach Patrick Sullivan has wasted little time in getting the University of Houston women's tennis program headed in the right direction, as TennisRecruiting.net tabbed his first recruiting haul for 2013 as the No. 6 class in the nation on Monday.
"I may be a little biased about my hometown, but Houston is a great place and that makes recruiting easy," Sullivan said. "I think what separates us from most universities is that being situated in the heart of the fourth largest city in the country and on one of the most diverse campuses and regions in the world, student-athletes have limitless opportunities on the court, in the classroom and in the community. There aren't too many Tier One research institutions in thriving cities that offer top-notch academics, great weather, an hour's drive from the beach and a chance to play in a premier tennis conference. Our 2014 schedule will be one of the toughest in the country and it's exciting to have a team that will be up to the task. Our recent move back into the national rankings and the addition of these talented newcomers to our current strong and high-character core mean exciting things to come for Houston Tennis."
The 2013 signing class, consisting of international standouts Despoina Vogasari (Athens, Grecce) and Rocio Martin Fernandez (Madrid, Spain), is the top recruiting class in Conference USA history and the second-highest ranked class in mid-major history behind William and Mary in 2006. Houston's recruiting class received a first-place vote from a panelist for the nation's top class.
Vogasari, who signed a National Letter of Intent in November for the 2013-14 season, holds the highest ranking of any junior player in Greece and the Athens native is the highest ranked player to sign with the Houston women's tennis program in the last 20 years. Vogasari recently claimed her first professional tournament victory at the The Mytilini Open in Greece and has been a finalist in five other professional singles and doubles events over the last two years.

Martin Fernandez signed with Houston before the start of the spring semester, where she was ranked No. 44 in Spain's open division and No. 1204 in WTA's worldwide rankings. Originally from Galicia, Spain, Martin Fernandez claimed the U16 regional championship before moving to Madrid in high school, where she went on to win the U18 regional doubles championship and advance to the semifinals of a U18 Spanish national singles and doubles event.
"We were very high on our incoming class even before these rankings, but it is certainly a nice accolade to receive and the credit should go to assistant coach Jo Keene and our director of compliance Kevin Klotz, who do all of the important behind the scenes work and receive very little public praise for it," Sullivan said. "I hate to give away our secret weapon, but I also need to mention our academic advisor Helen Gore-Laird, who is a real wolf in sheep's clothing as the most dynamic on-campus recruiter in the country. When prospects come in on visits and see not only all that Houston has to offer, but more importantly the incredible support and family environment that (Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics) Mack Rhoades has cultivated within our department, it really separates us from the pack.
"Unfortunately they don't give out rings for recruiting championships and we still have a lot of work ahead of us before we can start winning championships on the tennis court," Sullivan continued, "but we are excited to be on the right track, with the right people."

No she does not. Sakkari is ranked higher on the ITF and WTA :lol:

But great read, thanks for posting it here :)

tie_breaker
Apr 6th, 2013, 02:54 PM
No she does not. Sakkari is ranked higher on the ITF and WTA :lol:

But great read, thanks for posting it here :)

I wonder how much higher Sakkari can climb up the rankings. I don't think she gets much if any financial support from the Greek Federation, so she must have to cover her own expenses. :sad:

Here's an interesting article about Sullivan, who recruited Kordolaimi by chance, when she had a serious ankle injury. ;)

http://thedailycougar.com/2013/02/20/tennis_closed/

If Sullivan has a good reputation with Greece's Davis Cup coaches and given he's recruited Kordolaimi and now Vogasari. I have to wonder if Sakkari would be next :confused:

Given that Sakkari is a top prospect, parent's not dentists, mother highest ranked player in Greece history, I would think that it would be a smart move, tennis and financial, to come here (U of H). :drool: :lol:

hellas719
Apr 7th, 2013, 12:31 AM
I wonder how much higher Sakkari can climb up the rankings. I don't think she gets much if any financial support from the Greek Federation, so she must have to cover her own expenses. :sad:

Here's an interesting article about Sullivan, who recruited Kordolaimi by chance, when she had a serious ankle injury. ;)

http://thedailycougar.com/2013/02/20/tennis_closed/

If Sullivan has a good reputation with Greece's Davis Cup coaches and given he's recruited Kordolaimi and now Vogasari. I have to wonder if Sakkari would be next :confused:

Given that Sakkari is a top prospect, parent's not dentists, mother highest ranked player in Greece history, I would think that it would be a smart move, tennis and financial, to come here (U of H). :drool: :lol:

Thanks for the article ;)

Yeah, no one gets support from the Greek federation which is one of the reasons why girls like Gerasimou and Georgatou have quit/taken breaks. Sakkari's mother was the best Greek player before Daniilidou so maybe she has some connections to the federation? I'm not quite sure, but I doubt Sakkari will play college tennis. I think she wants to go pro. Also I think her family is fine financially. I could be wrong, but it doesn't seem like she is struggling financially :shrug:. And I think she is a bit better than Vogasari.

I wouldn't be surprised if Angeliki Kairi ends up at the U of H though ;). She's another solid player, but she is younger and wouldn't be a cougar until 2014-15 :p

fantic
Apr 17th, 2013, 05:06 AM
Caroline Dailey goes to USC (http://www.tennisrecruiting.net/article.asp?id=1642)

""My goal is to try to win NCAA's my sophomore year," she said with confidence. "I don't really know where I'm going to go in and start playing [in the lineup], but I'd love to start playing No. 1 as a sophomore and then go from there." "

This is her result at 2011 National

32 (15) Alyssa Smith d. Caroline Dailey 6-0; 6-0

She must have progressed quite a bit to have that confidence!

slickshoes510
Apr 17th, 2013, 12:38 PM
Caroline Daily goes to USC (http://www.tennisrecruiting.net/article.asp?id=1642)

""My goal is to try to win NCAA's my sophomore year," she said with confidence. "I don't really know where I'm going to go in and start playing [in the lineup], but I'd love to start playing No. 1 as a sophomore and then go from there." "

This is her result at 2011 National

32 (15) Alyssa Smith d. Caroline Dailey 6-0; 6-0

She must have progressed quite a bit to have that confidence!

You reporting this made me think you meant Southern Cal. I was confused by her goal of trying to play #1 as a sophomore until I actually clicked on the link. Are people still using USC for South Carolina?

fantic
Apr 17th, 2013, 02:50 PM
well, it makes sense, both teams ARE USC :lol:

fantic
Apr 17th, 2013, 02:59 PM
Shannon Husdon goes to Arkansas, I thought she was going to UT(TENN)?

Embittered
Apr 17th, 2013, 06:14 PM
Shannon Husdon goes to Arkansas, I thought she was going to UT(TENN)?
Didn't you read the (fine) article (http://tennisrecruiting.net/article.asp?id=1650);)?

slickshoes510
Apr 17th, 2013, 06:17 PM
Also, I know a bunch of their female volleyball players transferred, but didn't a few of their tennis players as well? Maybe she saw that as a red flag?

fantic
Apr 17th, 2013, 06:31 PM
Didn't you read the (fine) article (http://tennisrecruiting.net/article.asp?id=1650);)?

Red flag? That's not very illuminating... :lol: But thx, didn't think to check the article

gouci
Apr 17th, 2013, 08:34 PM
4/17/13

- Cal Poly gets L.O.I. from Emily Gibbens (http://beta.itftennis.com/juniors/players/player/profile.aspx?PlayerID=100151154) of Great Britain.

- Cal Poly gets verbal from 3 star Chanel Scudiero (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=707249).

- Cal Poly gets verbal from not rated Sayaka Tsugai (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=708355).

3gtennis
Apr 17th, 2013, 08:48 PM
it was reported on this forum at different times that 3 Vols are transferring. we assume the reporting might be correct.

slickshoes510
Apr 18th, 2013, 03:47 AM
it was reported on this forum at different times that 3 Vols are transferring. we assume the reporting might be correct.

Thanks. I knew I read about more than one.

tie_breaker
Apr 18th, 2013, 05:05 AM
You reporting this made me think you meant Southern Cal. I was confused by her goal of trying to play #1 as a sophomore until I actually clicked on the link. Are people still using USC for South Carolina?


I think it was deliberate attempt to get a +1 for USC not University of South Carolina ;)

gouci
Apr 20th, 2013, 05:03 AM
4/19/13

- Hawaii gets L.O.I. from 4 star Cindy Nguyen (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=559703).

- BYU gets verbal from 4 star Savannah Ware (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=563228).

fantic
Apr 21st, 2013, 01:20 AM
I think it was deliberate attempt to get a +1 for USC not University of South Carolina ;)

Dunno what do you mean :sobbing:
But South Carolina was always called USC :lol:

Same with UT, Texas, or Lady Vols..

Cooper96
Apr 21st, 2013, 01:28 AM
Southern Cal won a lawsuit against South Carolina in regards to who is the real USC so from now on USC = University of Southern California :lol:

Embittered
Apr 21st, 2013, 07:14 AM
Southern Cal won a lawsuit against South Carolina in regards to who is the real USC so from now on USC = University of Southern California :lol:
That sounds a bit urban mythical. Do you have a link?

EDIT: Aha, you perhaps mean the SC trademark case, http://www.patentlyo.com/patent/2010/01/southern-california-wins-trademark-battle-with-south-carolina.html

gouci
Apr 22nd, 2013, 05:43 PM
4/22/13

- Loyola Marymount gets verbal from 5 star Jessica Perez (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=263002).

- 5 star Stephanie Lin (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=633642) is going to Cal on academic scholarship. She says she is not going to be on Cal's team but plans to compete on their club tennis team.

- Central Florida gets L.O.I. from 4 star Cortney Cesarini (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=635370).

Cesarini to join UCF (http://www.ucfathletics.com/sports/w-tennis/spec-rel/041713aaa.html)

- Louisville gets L.O.I. from 4 star Chloe Willetts (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=386109).

- Cal St. Northridge gets verbal from 3 star Kristen Poei (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=623995).

fantic
Apr 22nd, 2013, 07:02 PM
4/22/13

- Loyola Marymount gets verbal from 5 star Jessica Perez (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=263002).

- 5 star Stephanie Lin (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=633642) is going to Cal on academic scholarship. She says she is not going to be on Cal's team but plans to compete on their club tennis team.

- Central Florida gets L.O.I. from 4 star Cortney Cesarini (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=635370).

Cesarini to join UCF (http://www.ucfathletics.com/sports/w-tennis/spec-rel/041713aaa.html)

- Louisville gets L.O.I. from 4 star Chloe Willetts (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=386109).

- Cal St. Northridge gets verbal from 3 star Kristen Poei (http://tennisrecruiting.net/player.asp?id=623995).

LMU got a potential ace; nice recruit.

iPatty
Apr 29th, 2013, 01:29 AM
Kiick decided not to go to Florida after all. She's turning pro.

goOudinUSA
Apr 29th, 2013, 01:53 AM
GL in the pros! :cheer:

desariofan
Apr 29th, 2013, 11:10 PM
Kiick decided not to go to Florida after all. She's turning pro.

Might as well. I never thought she would be a good fit w/ UF anyway... But durn it... Now who will UF try to get? Need an ace!

fantic
May 9th, 2013, 11:40 PM
Top Californians usually go to Stanford (exception being Turewicz and Smith)

Top Floridans?

Kiick, Scholl, Crawford, Brady, Duval, current HS seniors;

K turned pro, B goes to UCLA :lol:
Did Sam declare pro already? Duval too? What of Scholl?
Even Cal. recruited a Floridan this season, Lynn Chi :lol:

Not too good for Florida teams, UF, UM, FSU..

iPatty
May 10th, 2013, 12:04 AM
Top Californians usually go to Stanford (exception being Turewicz and Smith)

Top Floridans?

Kiick, Scholl, Crawford, Brady, Duval, current HS seniors;

K turned pro, B goes to UCLA :lol:
Did Sam declare pro already? Duval too? What of Scholl?
Even Cal. recruited a Floridan this season, Lynn Chi :lol:

Not too good for Florida teams, UF, UM, FSU..

Crawford and Duval are definitely turning pro.

Scholl should go to college but I think she will turn pro like her sister.

UFGatorFan
May 10th, 2013, 12:27 AM
Might as well. I never thought she would be a good fit w/ UF anyway... But durn it... Now who will UF try to get? Need an ace!

Someone outside the US.

tie_breaker
May 10th, 2013, 01:48 AM
Someone outside the US.

That's what separates Stanford from the Gators, who have at least 2 key players from across the Atlantic. :lol:

Sofie Oyen - Leopoldsburg, Belgium

Caroline Hitimana - Waterloo, Belgium

Marrit Boonstra (2009) - Groningen, The Netherlands (De Rietlanden)

Anastasia Revzina (2009) - Moscow, Russia

tie_breaker
May 10th, 2013, 01:51 AM
Top Californians usually go to Stanford (exception being Turewicz and Smith)

Top Floridans?

Kiick, Scholl, Crawford, Brady, Duval, current HS seniors;

K turned pro, B goes to UCLA :lol:
Did Sam declare pro already? Duval too? What of Scholl?
Even Cal. recruited a Floridan this season, Lynn Chi :lol:

Not too good for Florida teams, UF, UM, FSU..

You're forgeting Brianna Morgan from Beverly Hills that went to UF... :lol:

UFGatorFan
May 10th, 2013, 04:07 AM
That's what separates Stanford from the Gators, who have at least 2 key players from across the Atlantic. :lol:

Sofie Oyen - Leopoldsburg, Belgium

Caroline Hitimana - Waterloo, Belgium

Marrit Boonstra (2009) - Groningen, The Netherlands (De Rietlanden)

Anastasia Revzina (2009) - Moscow, Russia

And the point of your post, was? Florida has had foreign players throughout the years. I can recall back as far as Divya Merchant when Andy Brandi was coaching. Not really sure what the purpose was. You act like Florida is the only team to ever have non Americans. Not like the entire roster is all foreign.

Good on Stanford that they can cherry pick all the top recruits from the US. Maybe they should look elsewhere to find the very best, though? They are the dynasty program, but one title in the last 7 years tells me they are slipping. The landscape has changed.

desariofan
May 10th, 2013, 04:22 AM
That's what separates Stanford from the Gators, who have at least 2 key players from across the Atlantic. :lol:

Sofie Oyen - Leopoldsburg, Belgium

Caroline Hitimana - Waterloo, Belgium

Marrit Boonstra (2009) - Groningen, The Netherlands (De Rietlanden)

Anastasia Revzina (2009) - Moscow, Russia

Its safe to say that out of the 4 you mentioned, only Boonstra was considered an "ace" top 3 player. Although Hitimana contributes, too; however I still consider her the key reason why UF lost to STAN in 2011 when she should have closed out the 2nd set at #6.

I am thinking UF might reach out to one of the Canadian girls that took a trip to visit UF back in February. I am not seeing any of the top girls from the upcoming class to commit.

tie_breaker
May 10th, 2013, 04:29 AM
And the point of your post, was? Florida has had foreign players throughout the years. I can recall back as far as Divya Merchant when Andy Brandi was coaching. Not really sure what the purpose was. You act like Florida is the only team to ever have non Americans. Not like the entire roster is all foreign.

Good on Stanford that they can cherry pick all the top recruits from the US. Maybe they should look elsewhere to find the very best, though? They are the dynasty program, but one title in the last 7 years tells me they are slipping. The landscape has changed.


I was just seeing if I could draw you in to the dark side... :lol:

Seriously though, if there's any team that can cherry pick, it should be Florida.

First of all, you have great tennis weather, which is a big draw especially with recruits from up north.
Second, not much competition with schools in Florida, unlike schools in California.
Third, 2-peat and possible 3...

With you being a UFGatorFan, I was hoping you could shed some light on the issue. ;)

BTW, Stanford usually recruits from Cali, especially So. Cal (Fantic knows something about that)

I would think that Stanford has a tough time, especially with more difficult academic requirements. Easier to get into UCLA...no offense slickshoes510 :scared:

slickshoes510
May 10th, 2013, 04:58 AM
I was just seeing if I could draw you in to the dark side... :lol:

Seriously though, if there's any team that can cherry pick, it should be Florida.

First of all, you have great tennis weather, which is a big draw especially with recruits from up north.
Second, not much competition with schools in Florida, unlike schools in California.
Third, 2-peat and possible 3...

With you being a UFGatorFan, I was hoping you could shed some light on the issue. ;)

BTW, Stanford usually recruits from Cali, especially So. Cal (Fantic knows something about that)

I would think that Stanford has a tough time, especially with more difficult academic requirements. Easier to get into UCLA...no offense slickshoes510 :scared:

None taken. Stanford is a great school. As long as UCLA keeps bringing in top recruits, I am happy. :)

tie_breaker
May 10th, 2013, 05:01 AM
Its safe to say that out of the 4 you mentioned, only Boonstra was considered an "ace" top 3 player. Although Hitimana contributes, too; however I still consider her the key reason why UF lost to STAN in 2011 when she should have closed out the 2nd set at #6.

I am thinking UF might reach out to one of the Canadian girls that took a trip to visit UF back in February. I am not seeing any of the top girls from the upcoming class to commit.


I remember looking at the upcoming class and 3 of the top 8 coming out of Florida:


Chalena Scholl - Pompano Beach, Florida (undecided?)

Rasheeda McAdoo - Boca Raton, Florida (Georgia Tech)

Jennifer Brady - Boca Raton, Florida (UCLA)


What I recall with match-ups with Gators vs. Cards (2011, 2010, 2004, 2003, 1999, and 1996) is that usually the team favorite to win was upset by the other team. :lol:

fantic
May 10th, 2013, 06:29 PM
Crawford and Duval are definitely turning pro.

Scholl should go to college but I think she will turn pro like her sister.

If so then the winner is UCLA, who gets the sole Floridan, Jennifer :lol:
They're recruiting all over the nation, just look at the current roster :eek:

Even USC is exploring outside the region, as in the case of Ellie and Madison.

That's what separates Stanford from the Gators, who have at least 2 key players from across the Atlantic. :lol:

Sofie Oyen - Leopoldsburg, Belgium

Caroline Hitimana - Waterloo, Belgium

Marrit Boonstra (2009) - Groningen, The Netherlands (De Rietlanden)

Anastasia Revzina (2009) - Moscow, Russia

I thought Carol Zhao is going to join Stanford :lol: KEY foreign player!
Well, she's not from across the Atlantic though :lol:

tie_breaker
May 11th, 2013, 02:13 AM
If so then the winner is UCLA, who gets the sole Floridan, Jennifer :lol:
They're recruiting all over the nation, just look at the current roster :eek:

Even USC is exploring outside the region, as in the case of Ellie and Madison.



I thought Carol Zhao is going to join Stanford :lol: KEY foreign player!
Well, she's not from across the Atlantic though :lol:

Canada is still North America. :lol:

Besides NAFTA applies to tennis as well :angel:

its_a_racquet
May 23rd, 2013, 05:28 PM
Info released yesterday:
WTEN: Buckeyes Add to 2014 Roster
Incoming class mark first recruits for Schaub

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Incoming freshmen Gabriella De Santis, Miho Kowase and Ferny Angeles Paz signed NCAA National Letters of Intent this spring and are set to join Sandy Niehaus, who signed her NLI in December, on the Ohio State women’s tennis team in the 2013-2014 season. The class of four incoming freshmen marks the first recruiting class for head coach Melissa Schaub, who was tabbed head coach of the Buckeyes May 14.

“I am absolutely thrilled to have Miho, Gabriella, and Ferny joining us at Ohio State,” Schaub said. “They have all had remarkable junior careers, and Bryan (Koniecko) and I believe they are going to make an immediate impact on our program. We could not be more excited to get these three, along with Sandy Niehaus, here to start working.”

De Santis is currently the second-highest ranked player in Venezuela and ranked No.161 in the world. De Santis competed in the 2013 Fed Cup in Medellin, Colombia and has represented her country at the Junior Fed Cup five times. De Santis has also played in several ITF tournaments in four different countries, including the Casablanca (Mexico) and Copa del Café (Costa Rica).

Kowase ended the 2011 season ranked No. 48 in the world and has spent the last six years competing on the Japanese National Team. Kowase captured the title at the U-16 Junior Fed Cup and earned a career-high world ranking of No.14. Kowase reached the quarterfinals of the 2011 Wimbledon Juniors (GA) in doubles competition and was singles runner up at the 2010 Osaka Mayor’s Cup. Kowase’s sister, Maho, is a junior on the University of Georgia women’s tennis team.

Angeles Paz earned a career-high No. 50 ranking in the junior ITF standings and was named the Doubles Champion at a Grade 2 ITF tournament in Argentina. The Lima, Peru, native claimed her first ITF tournament at age 14 and was a two-time doubles finalist in Grade 1 ITF contests in Brazil and Colombia. Angeles Paz reached the semifinals in singles competition in two Grade 2 ITF outings in Chile and Argentina and is No. 1 in every age group in Peru.

Niehaus, a five-star recruit according to tennisrecruiting.net, won the Ohio Division I state singles championship in 2010 and was the state runner-up in 2011 and '12. A three-time first team All-Ohio selection and a 2011 National High School Tennis All-American, Niehaus is currently ranked No. 1 in Ohio, No. 7 in the Great Lakes Region and No. 69 nationally. She helped guide Mount Notre Dame to a runner-up finish in the state tournament as a freshman. The three-time team MVP received the Ohio Tennis Coaches Association John P. Harlow Sportsmanship Award in 2011.

tucker1989
May 23rd, 2013, 07:06 PM
Maho Kowase's sister! That's a nice recruiting class for Ohio State!

davidjaime
May 23rd, 2013, 07:52 PM
Mckenzie Craft transfers to Baylor!
http://www.baylorbears.com/sports/w-tennis/spec-rel/052213aab.html

SakiBomb25
May 23rd, 2013, 08:21 PM
Mckenzie Craft transfers to Baylor!
http://www.baylorbears.com/sports/w-tennis/spec-rel/052213aab.html

I can't help but wonder wha her expectations were at Georgia. I can't help but think her comments are a dig at the Georgia coaching staff:

"Baylor is a developmental program, not a recruiting program which is important to me. Joey and Alison are amazing coaches and they really care about each girl on the team and their development as a tennis player and a person."

Georgia fans, care to comment?

tucker1989
May 23rd, 2013, 08:41 PM
I knew something was up when Mackenzie wasn't even going to the SEC Championships or the NCAA tournament with the team and walk-on Kelli Jordan was. Not surprised, nice get for Baylor. I like Mackenzie's game. It's hard, though, when you have too many good players. You either have to be satisfied rarely playing or transfer to somewhere else where you make more of an impact.

But LOL at this "Of course, academics were important to me as well - and you can't beat Baylor." Not that Baylor isn't a good school, but come on...

SECTennis
May 24th, 2013, 03:21 AM
I find these comments very interesting.

Not only has Georgia been a top program for many years, their coach has won National Coach of the Year four times... More than any other coach in women's tennis history.

Herring went from 53 (preseason) to 6.
Kowase went from 37 (preseason) to 19.
Fuller went from 30 (preseason) to 1 in doubles.

When Kowase came in, I believe she was a 4/5 player in the line up, now she has developed into a great number 2. Fuller was a number 7 upon arrival who won a number of big matches this year at the number 4 position. King had a great second half to the season as well.

Seems like someone had some sour grapes. :eek:

tennisbuddy12
May 24th, 2013, 04:17 AM
Maho Kowase's sister! That's a nice recruiting class for Ohio State!

Thought everyone knew once that was released on tennisrecruiting. Didn't know about the other 2, but this makes me excited for my last year at OSU. I hope we really show our true potential next year. When on, we can make some noise.

tie_breaker
May 27th, 2013, 05:36 AM
Is Brynn Boren transferring to USC (from Tennessee)? :confused:

I haven't heard anything official, just a tweet from SS...


I thought all the players east of Cali go to UCLA but I could be wrong :lol:

slickshoes510
May 27th, 2013, 06:00 AM
Is Brynn Boren transferring to USC (from Tennessee)? :confused:

I haven't heard anything official, just a tweet from SS...


I thought all the players east of Cali go to UCLA but I could be wrong :lol:

I'm sure nothing will be official until the tournament is over. It ended today for Boren so maybe something will come out in the next few days. fantic wouldn't be mentioning her this much if it wasn't a certainty.

tennisbuddy12
May 27th, 2013, 06:39 AM
Thought it was discussed, but Boren is going to USC. It's been known for awhile and Sabrina said it on twitter. Heard through transfers and graduation, Tennessee is losing 4 of their top 6.

Embittered
May 27th, 2013, 10:02 AM
Butkovska (http://www.itftennis.com/juniors/players/player/profile.aspx?playerid=100124496) to Portland:oh:.

tucker1989
May 27th, 2013, 03:24 PM
Thought it was discussed, but Boren is going to USC. It's been known for awhile and Sabrina said it on twitter. Heard through transfers and graduation, Tennessee is losing 4 of their top 6.

Joey, do you know anything about the rumors of Skylar transferring?

tennisbuddy12
May 27th, 2013, 06:34 PM
Joey, do you know anything about the rumors of Skylar transferring?

I know she has a release because I know a coach is looking at getting her, but there is no school that has grabbed her. She could end up staying. There are tons of players who get releases and end up staying.

Embittered
May 31st, 2013, 10:57 PM
I don't know if this has been written already but Sarah Toti is leaving Tennessee
Texas Tech story: http://onlyfans.cstv.com/schools/text/sports/w-tennis/spec-rel/053113aaa.html

3gtennis
Jun 1st, 2013, 03:05 AM
that was a pretty big exodus from Tenn if all left that have been reported at various times this spring.

Embittered
Jun 1st, 2013, 10:47 PM
Routliffe to Alabama (not Florida) if Myles recalls correctly: https://mobile.twitter.com/exposbabe/status/340809283975409667

tie_breaker
Jun 4th, 2013, 12:58 AM
http://www.tennisrecruiting.net/article.asp?id=1602&sessionid=30750B6836F636AE

Cardinal Direction
The Stanford Cardinal peaked at the right time in 2013. Coming into the NCAA Tournament as the No. 12 seed, Lele Forood's squad knocked off four Top-5 teams - No. 5 USC, No. 4 Georgia, No. 1 Florida, and No. 3 Texas A&M - over a five-day stretch to claim their 17th NCAA title.

Next year's lineup will look much different with the departure of seniors of Stacey Tan and Natalie Dillon at the 4 and 6 lines in singles - as well as the expected loss of all-everything Nicole Gibbs to the professional ranks. But it helps that the Cardinal are bringing in the top-ranked recruiting class in the land - their seventh-straight class ranked in the Top 10 and their first No. 1 class since 2009.

Americans Taylor Davidson and Caroline Doyle are fixtures in our Top 5, with plenty of wins in national championship and ITF tournaments. Davidson posted a perfect 4-0 record at last summer's National Team Championships, while Doyle reached the Round of 16 in the 2012 US Open Juniors. Top Canadian Carol Zhao - ranked No. 15 in the ITF juniors with four wins in 2012 grand slam events - completes the trio.

Davidson, Doyle, and Zhao earned 15 of the 19 first-place votes and 468 of 475 possible points to take the top spot in convincing fashion.

fantic
Jun 4th, 2013, 02:20 AM
http://www.tennisrecruiting.net/article.asp?id=1602&sessionid=30750B6836F636AE

Cardinal Direction
The Stanford Cardinal peaked at the right time in 2013. Coming into the NCAA Tournament as the No. 12 seed, Lele Forood's squad knocked off four Top-5 teams - No. 5 USC, No. 4 Georgia, No. 1 Florida, and No. 3 Texas A&M - over a five-day stretch to claim their 17th NCAA title.

Next year's lineup will look much different with the departure of seniors of Stacey Tan and Natalie Dillon at the 4 and 6 lines in singles - as well as the expected loss of all-everything Nicole Gibbs to the professional ranks. But it helps that the Cardinal are bringing in the top-ranked recruiting class in the land - their seventh-straight class ranked in the Top 10 and their first No. 1 class since 2009.

As I said, they won't have problem with recruiting. :shrug:


Americans Taylor Davidson and Caroline Doyle are fixtures in our Top 5, with plenty of wins in national championship and ITF tournaments. Davidson posted a perfect 4-0 record at last summer's National Team Championships

That includes a 3 set win over Kyle. THAT got my attention :lol:

, while Doyle reached the Round of 16 in the 2012 US Open Juniors. Top Canadian Carol Zhao - ranked No. 15 in the ITF juniors with four wins in 2012 grand slam events - completes the trio.

Davidson, Doyle, and Zhao earned 15 of the 19 first-place votes and 468 of 475 possible points to take the top spot in convincing fashion.

But why does the pic have 4 girls? Are they also bringing in an African American recruit? :confused:

http://www.tennisrecruiting.net/img/cartoon/topclass-girls/stanford_310x389.gif

slickshoes510
Jun 4th, 2013, 03:06 AM
As I said, they won't have problem with recruiting. :shrug:


That includes a 3 set win over Kyle. THAT got my attention :lol:



But why does the pic have 4 girls? Are they also bringing in an African American recruit? :confused:

http://www.tennisrecruiting.net/img/cartoon/topclass-girls/stanford_310x389.gif

That's a good point. Why is there an African American in the picture? Who was Stanford's last female African American tennis player?

10sE
Jun 6th, 2013, 03:30 AM
That's a good point. Why is there an African American in the picture? Who was Stanford's last female African American tennis player?

What's the last time Stanford had a tree with a six pack?

Embittered
Jun 13th, 2013, 06:20 PM
Rich Bitch!

Wildcats Add Rischbieth for 2013-14 Season (http://www.nusports.com/sports/w-tennis/spec-rel/061213aab.html) (NU)

There's ostensibly no slot free. In the absence of any real information I don't suppose I'm going out on a limb in guessing that Livadaru, who has hardly been able to play in her first two years, is the one dropping out, but we'll see.

its_a_racquet
Jun 13th, 2013, 07:45 PM
Rich Bitch!

Wildcats Add Rischbieth for 2013-14 Season (http://www.nusports.com/sports/w-tennis/spec-rel/061213aab.html) (NU)

There's ostensibly no slot free. In the absence of any real information I don't suppose I'm going out on a limb in guessing that Livadaru, who has hardly been able to play in her first two years, is the one dropping out, but we'll see.

Anna is the one dropping off the roster - confirmed.

davidjaime
Jun 15th, 2013, 12:01 AM
Washington St. gets Maria Biryukova from Russia who transfers from Baylor for 2013-2014!

davidjaime
Jun 15th, 2013, 12:05 AM
Colorado gets Nuria Ormeno Ruiza from Spain for 2013-2014 she had an ITF Junior Ranking high of 1101= (01/01/2013)

davidjaime
Jun 15th, 2013, 12:08 AM
Utah gets Luisa Rosa from Brazil! She had an ITF Women's high ranking of 1063= (23/05/2011)

slickshoes510
Jun 15th, 2013, 04:29 AM
Alabama's signings which includes Erin Routliffe:

http://www.rolltide.com/sports/w-tennis/spec-rel/061313aaa.html

Embittered
Jun 20th, 2013, 10:15 PM
Cardenas (who?) From Auburn to Houston.

Tennis Adds Venezuelan Transfer to Roster (http://www.uhcougars.com/sports/w-tennis/spec-rel/062013aaa.html)

hellas719
Jun 21st, 2013, 01:40 AM
Mara Argyriou to the College of Charleston :)

tucker1989
Jun 27th, 2013, 08:24 PM
BOOM. Chalena School going to Duke.

http://www.goduke.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=4200&ATCLID=208531161

iPatty
Jun 27th, 2013, 08:58 PM
Well, at least the ACC was up for grabs last year. :lol:

HUGE snag for Duke that puts them right back at the top of national contenders.

I was convinced Chalena was going to make the bad decision her sister did and turn pro. Nice work by Coach Ashworth.

tennisbuddy12
Jun 27th, 2013, 10:20 PM
With Chalena, that totals 9 scholarships if Capra is returning. Someone is transferring because I doubt that someone will demote to being a walk-on. Guess we'll know soon enough.

fantic
Jun 28th, 2013, 01:31 AM
With Chalena, that totals 9 scholarships if Capra is returning. Someone is transferring because I doubt that someone will demote to being a walk-on. Guess we'll know soon enough.

Interesting. No doubt Duke will be very good next season.

Starr left.

hellas719
Jun 28th, 2013, 02:01 AM
I wonder if after seeing her sister's slump, she decided it was safer to go to college :unsure:

Embittered
Jun 28th, 2013, 10:23 PM
Women's Tennis Adds Texas Transfer Scott (http://www.lsusports.net//ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=5200&ATCLID=208542260) (to LSU from Texas)

3gtennis
Jun 29th, 2013, 03:51 AM
Patty, Patty, Patty.

Tennisace
Jun 30th, 2013, 10:23 PM
This is total conjecture but where would you put Cal in the race for the NCAA championships next year if we snagged Starr.

fantic
Jun 30th, 2013, 11:28 PM
This is total conjecture but where would you put Cal in the race for the NCAA championships next year if we snagged Starr.

Denise did chat amiably with Maegan at ISC :lol:

I'd think right up there, could be one of the front runners, even. I'm not sure USC could beat CAL if Denise also joins CAL. Denise is not only a strong hitter but quite good in dbls, too. ISC dbls finalist with Hibi, lost to Loeb/Manasse.

slickshoes510
Jul 1st, 2013, 01:55 AM
I'd like to think if Denise was to join Cal, that'd make them a title contender for sure, especially with a lineup of Maegan, Fabikova, Zsofi, Lynn and Denise.

OldBlue
Jul 3rd, 2013, 06:04 AM
I'd like to think if Denise was to join Cal, that'd make them a title contender for sure, especially with a lineup of Maegan, Fabikova, Zsofi, Lynn and Denise.

Well, then, let this happen! Starr to Cal--I will start up the chant!