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Old Sep 9th, 2008, 04:54 PM   #16
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Re: Updates

9/9/08

95. UC Irvine gets verbal from Kristina Smith.


9/10/08

2. Syracuse makes offer to Mallory Cecil.

5. Syracuse makes offer to Julia Boserup.

28. Syracuse makes offer to Alexa Guarachi.

- Wow Syracuse coach Luke Jensen uses his tennis celebrity to make offers to and gain interest from 3 of the top 11 ranked players.

78. Anik Cepeda adds interest in Auburn & New Mexico but drops interest in Columbia, Penn, Rice & Texas A&M

88. Cal Poly SLO gets verbal from Alexa Lee.

89. Missouri gets verbal from Danielle Day.

92. Michelle Green adds interest in Duke, Indiana, Ohio St., Penn St., Rutgers & Syracuse


9/11/08

1. Coco Vandeweghe turns pro.

- Didn't know Coco was the niece of former UCLA bruin and LA Clippers Kiki Vandeweghe. Her mom also former UCLA bruin Tauna was an Olympian in volleyball and swimming. Her grandma Colleen was Miss America in 1952 and grandpa Dr. Ernie Vandeweghe played for the New York Knicks.

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Re: Updates

9/17/08

2. Mallory Cecil adds interest in Clemson, Duke, Florida, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Stanford & Vanderbilt but drops interest with an offer from Syracuse.

17. Linda Abu Mushraf adds interest in USC but drops interest in Florida.

27. Arianna Colffer adds interest in UCLA but drops interest in USC.

37. Wake Forest makes offer to Kathryn Talbert.

72. Alexandra Smyth adds interest in William & Mary but drops interest with an offer from Wisconsin.

- Wisconsin gets verbal from Hannah Berner instead.

78. New Mexico makes offer to Anik Cepeda.

80. Lauren Curry adds interest in Loyola Marymount, St. Mary's, Stanford & UC Davis.


9/19/08

6. Lauren Embree adds interest in Florida, Georgia and North Carolina.

12. Catherine Isip adds interest in Pepperdine and UC Irvine but drops interest in USC.

20. Danielle Lao adds medium interest to Princeton but drops interest with an offer from Denver.

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Re: Updates

9/24/08

17. Linda Abu Mushraf adds interest in North Carolina, Northwestern and Notre Dame but reduces interest in UCLA & USC.

21. Kate Turvy adds interest in Northwestern, Notre Dame and Vanderbilt.

24. Zoe De Bruycker adds interest in Pepperdine, Stanford, UC Davis and UCLA.

27. Arianna Colffer adds interest in Pepperdine.

38. Erin Vierra adds interest in Georgia Tech, Notre Dame, Vanderbilt and Virginia.

49. Chelsea Davis adds interest in Columbia, Cornell, Penn and William & Mary.

65. Alexa Palen adds interest in Colorado but drops interest in Arizona, Notre Dame & Wisonsin.

74. Western Michigan makes offer to Maggie Remynse.

77. Marquette gets verbal from Kelly Barry.

81. Mandy Brown adds interest in Fresno St., Kentucky and Louisville.

98. Syracuse gets verbal from Julia Baltas.


9/26/08

53. Arizona State gets verbal from Nicole Smith.


9/28/08

37. Wake Forest gets verbal from Kathryn Talbert

38. Virginia gets verbal from Erin Vierra.

61. Virginia Tech gets verbal from Christin Newman.

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Re: 2009-2010 recruiting - high interest & verbals

What's with all the interest in Pepperdine?

There is an article on Tennis Recruiting about Tayler Davis and her verbal committment to California. Cal still has two more scholarships for next year, while Davis is good and probably will get better...we need someone to fill the No. 2-3 spot. I'm hoping it's Raykova or Radeva.
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What's with all the interest in Pepperdine?

There is an article on Tennis Recruiting about Tayler Davis and her verbal committment to California. Cal still has two more scholarships for next year, while Davis is good and probably will get better...we need someone to fill the No. 2-3 spot. I'm hoping it's Raykova or Radeva.
After Stanford, Cal, UCLA & USC if you want to play in California the next school in the recruiting pecking order is perennial top 25 team Pepperdine. It's location in beautiful and famous Malibu is very appealing.

Cal slots next year
1. Marina Cossou
2. Stephany Chang
3. Mari Anderson
4. Rachael Dillon
5. Susana Chmelarova
6. 08-09 TBD

You say Cal has two more 'ships for next year. Is that because Davis is a walk-on or is Cal carrying over 1 open slot from this year to next year?

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After Stanford, Cal, UCLA & USC if you want to play in California the next school in the recruiting pecking order is perennial top 25 team Pepperdine. It's location in beautiful and famous Malibu is very appealing.

Cal slots next year
1. Marina Cossou
2. Stephany Chang
3. Mari Anderson
4. Rachael Dillon
5. Susana Chmelarova

You say Cal has two more 'ships for next year. Is that because Davis is a walk-on or is Cal carrying over 1 open slot from this year to next year?
I don't believe that Chmelarova (who was at Baylor for her freshman and sophomore years) has transferred. I saw that on College Tennis Online a few weeks ago, but if you look at Baylor's current roster (which has been updated with Borsanyi), she is still at Baylor. I don't think it would be that great of a transfer for California as she would fill the No. 3-5 singles spot.

The three departing scholarships for California at the end of the 2009 are Ilckinas, Bobusic, and Ravelojaona (she's a red shirt senior). I imagine Cal's line-up this year will be No. 1 Cossou, No. 2 Ilckinas, No. 3 Anderson, No. 4 Ravelojaona, No. 5 Bobusic, No. 6 Chang (although I think No. 4-6 seem to be pretty even). I'm curious to see how Chang will play on the college level though. She got blitzed by Zemenova (love and love) in a Challenger event this summer.

With that being said, Cal needs to recruit one player who can play competitively at No. 2-3 next year, and two players to fit the No. 4-6 gap. Davis will play in the lower half of the line-up, so they need another lower line-up player as well as a top player (2-3) player.

I mentioned Raykova because she has ties to Weil (a pipeline for the California men) and her along with Radeva seem to be close to some of the male tennis players. Sure that doesn't say a lot but could play a factor. I am aware that Raykova has intentions to turn pro.

I don't think Rachel Dillon will have a chance to play as a starting singles player in her career. In terms of ability and the other players on the team, I can't see her having a starting singles spot. That is unless someone is injured or Cal has a poor recruiting class. She's going to have to be content with being a double specialist. I'm not exactly sure why Cal picked her up but hopefully she can turn into a very good doubles player.
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Re: 2009-2010 recruiting - high interest & verbals

I just realized that Georgia Tech has no room for new players next year.

Assuming that all players on the roster are on scholarship, which seems valid. I'm assuming Blau is on scholarship because she is an international player (even though she doesn't seem to be that good). Tech has one senior graduating and provided Marino does not turn pro, there are no more spots at Georgia Tech.

Effectively anyone who lists Georgia Tech is not going to head there (unless Marino decides early to turn pro). I would be surprised if she doesn't turn pro.
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There is an article on Tennis Recruiting about Tayler Davis and her verbal committment to California.
Tayler Davis's Choice is Golden

A quote from the Davis article.
"There is a family connection to a sports agent in the Bay Area, BDA Sports, that represents many professional athletes,..."

BDA stands for Bill Duffy Associates. They paid a "runner" $300,000 to deliver NBA player O.J. Mayo to sign with them. O.J. Mayo has since left BDA because if proven what BDA did can be charged as a felony in California. This same runner was bribed with a $50,000 luxury SUV by USC alum former NFL player Ronnie Lott to deliver O.J. Mayo to USC.

By the way Ronnie Lott and Bill Duffy are childhood friends.
Ronnie Lott & Bill Duffy = very shady
Tyler Davis after graduation you don't want to work for a shady boss like Bill Duffy.
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I just realized that Georgia Tech has no room for new players next year.

Assuming that all players on the roster are on scholarship, which seems valid. I'm assuming Blau is on scholarship because she is an international player (even though she doesn't seem to be that good). Tech has one senior graduating and provided Marino does not turn pro, there are no more spots at Georgia Tech.

Effectively anyone who lists Georgia Tech is not going to head there (unless Marino decides early to turn pro). I would be surprised if she doesn't turn pro.
Christy Striplin is the lone Senior so Marino may take her spot in the event she goes doesnt go pro. I do think she'll turn pro, which is a blow to GA Tech
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Re: 2009-2010 recruiting - high interest & verbals

Cal has added another player to it's roster this year, freshman Jana Juricova.

Radeva is taking an official visit in October.
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Re: 2009-2010 recruiting - high interest & verbals

And so it continues...that makes three 21-22 year old touring pro's the NCAA has cleared for this year

Three rules on eligibilty but somehow the NCAA is looking the other way on 'professionals' who are coming back over...

1) Must start college within 1 year of finishing HS (grad Jun 06-must start by Sep 07) or play no matches after that 1 yr date... or lose a year of eligiblity and sit a year in residence.

2) Grad date NOW (new rule last year so should impact all these kids) based on your freshman year of HS... so you aren't supposed to be able to stretch HS by going part time for 5 years... Lots of kids used to delay HS grad date so there "clock" did not start. Thus how can you be a 21 year old freshman?

3) No matter when you grad HS, you cannot play any tournaments after your 20th birthday... must start college by 20th dbay or lose a year; sit a year in residence.

YET, HERE ARE THREE PRO'S WHO HAVE DOUBLED BACK AND BEEN CLEARED?

Juricova should not be eligible
$25K prize money
WTA Women's Tour # 253
Age 21 Freshman
NCAA rule violotion: played 8 tournaments after her 20th birthday but before she enrolled at Cal (that is supposed to be sit a year; lose a year
Possible violation # 2: When did she start HS to have just graduated?
Question: How is she immediatley eligible; did not sit in residency last year?

Andersson at Cal
$27K prize money
WTA Women's Tour # 335
Age 22 freshman
NCAA rule violation: played 20+ tournaments after her 20th birthday, etc...
Apparently has sat one year out at Cal; they have her listed as a freshman... should be a sophomore


Widjaja at UOP
$75K prize money
WTA # 186 (that's women's rank... not juniors)
Age 21 when she enrolled last January 08
Violation # 1: Has sat one year ... likely for playing 22 WTA tournaments including Quals at the French, Wimbledon and US Open... after her 20th bday
Question: When did she graduate HS... if before 2006 (age 18) she should be ineligible another year?
Joke comment: And someone with $75K in prize money and 75 pro women's tournaments... regardless of receipts... was declared an amateur? REALLY


The NCAA's new Eligibility Center is a joke... MORE kids are slipping through... not less. And what of the schools that play by the rules and told these ladies they could not get eligible?


Heard a few are pushing for tighter rules:
- Must start college by first fall after graduating HS... which would be good for US and Int'l kids who do this ridiculous 'give playing pro a shot' thing... just go to school
- Must start by age 19 or not play any tournaments after your 19th bday to be eligible... EXCELLENT IDEA based on above

Those three touring pro's will be 24-25 year old seniors.

Question: Do they get there scholarships if the 'retire' before they finish?

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Re: 2009-2010 recruiting - high interest & verbals

Since the new 2008 blue chip/star ratings were released the ranking order will be updated.



Ranking order as of 6/25/08
( ) means unconfirmed

1. Coco Vandeweghe - Turned Pro
2. Mallory Cecil - Clemson, Duke, Florida, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Stanford, Vanderbilt
3. Alison Riske
4. Gail Brodsky
5. Julia Boserup - (Offer from Syracuse)
6. Lauren Embree - Florida, Georgia, North Carolina
7. Allie Will - Duke, Florida, Georgia, Stanford, UCLA, USC
8.MBurdette
9. Jacqueline Cako - (Georgia Tech, Northwestern, Notre Dame, UCLA, USC, Washington)
10.STan
11. Tanya Raykova
12. Catherine Isip - Pepperdine, UC Irvine
13. Pamela Montez
14. Asia Muhammad - Turned Pro
15. Rachael White - Offer from Illinois - Wisconsin
16.MChow
17. Linda Abu Mushraf - Duke, North Carolina, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Stanford, Vanderbilt
18.HTachibana
19. Nicole Bartnik - Georgia, Northwestern, Stanford, UCLA, Vanderbilt, Yale
20. Danielle Lao - Harvard, North Carolina, Northwestern, Stanford, USC
21. Kate Turvy - Offer from Ohio State - Northwestern, Notre Dame, Vanderbilt
22. Hana Tomljanovic
23.TTNguyen
24. Zoe De Bruycker - Pepperdine, Stanford, UC Davis, UCLA
25. Jessica Alexander - Verbal Florida for 08-09
26. Nelly Radeva - (Cal)
27. Adrianna Colffer - UCLA, Pepperdine
28. Alex Guarachi - (Offer from Syracuse)
29. Carling Seguso - Verbal UCLA for 08-09
30.MKrasowksi
31.EEpstein
32.KNorton
33.ASimidian
34.SChang
35.CGLeach
36.FManashirov
37. Kathryn Talbert - Verbal Wake Forest
38. Erin Vierra - Verbal Virginia
39. Tayler Davis - Verbal Cal
40.SGuzick
41. Taylor Fournier - (LSU, Marquette, Michigan, Ohio State, Tennessee, Virginia Tech)
42. Danielle Mills - College Spring 2010
43.SHoffpauir
44. Breanne Smutko - Cornell, Dartmouth, Illinois, Kentucky, Penn St., Tennessee, Virginia Tech, Yale
45. Olga Khmylev - Verbal Boston College
46. Maria Fuccillo - Verbal Boston College
47. Alexandra Lehman - Harvard
48.SEslami
49. Chelsea Davis - Columbia, Cornell, Penn, William & Mary
50. Christine McGaffigan - Verbal Notre Dame
51. Ebie Wilson - Verbal LSU
52. Brynn Boren - (College in 2010-2011)
53. Nicole Smith - Verbal Arizona St.
54.GSteele
55. Emma Levy - offers from Maryland, Penn & Tulane - Michigan, Ohio State
56. Hilary Toole - Offer from Louisville
57. Lauren Kline - Verbal Furman
58. Julia Metzger - Verbal Oregon
59. Brittany Borsanyi - Verbal Florida
60.GSuarez
61. Christin Newman - Verbal Virginia Tech
62.SLeonard
63.FSegarelli
64. Joelle Kissell - Class of 2010
65. Alexa Palen - Colorado, Michigan, Minnesota, Purdue, Syracuse
66.EKilborn
67. Mollie Anderson - (Offer from Wisconsin)
68. Kaitlin Burns - Offer from Maryland - Cornell, Illinois, LSU, Michigan State, Minnesota, Penn State, Virgina Tech
69.JKono
70. Kara Cecil - Verbal Ohio State
71.RBlanks
72. Alexandra Smyth - Ohio State, Princeton, William & Mary
73.ELauten
74. Maggie Remynse - Offer from Western Michigan - Marquette, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State
75.CCollins
76. Sydney Grant - (College of Charleston, Richmond, SMU, Virginia Tech)
77. Kelly Barry - Verbal Marquette
78.Anik Cepeda - Offer from New Mexico - Medium interests for Auburn & Texas
79. Jessica Linero - Verbal Boston University
80. Lauren Curry - Loyola Marymount, St. Mary's, Stanford, UC Davis
81. Mandy Brown - Fresno St., Kentucky, Louisville
82. Kelly Irving - (Verbal Arizona)
83.JDoerfler
84. Alexandra Kelleher - Verbal Boston College
85.ASavchuk
86.PMiles
87. Bianca Modoc - Arizona St., Fresno St., LMU, Oregon, Pepperdine, San Diego St., UC Irvine
88. Alexa Lee - Verbal Cal Poly SLO
89. Danielle Day - Verbal Missouri
90.Julia Hansen - (Pepperdine, San Diego St. & Wofford)
91.JSaunders
92. Michelle Green - Duke, Indiana, Ohio St., Penn St., Rutgers, Syracuse
93. Christina Danosi - Brown, Dartmouth, Emory, Harvard, Middlebury, Penn, Washington & Lee, Yale
94. Chloe Smith - Colorado, Oregon, Virginia Tech
95. Kristina Smith - Verbal UC Irvine
96. Jenna Langhorst - Verbal Iowa State
97.YHashiguchi
98. Julia Baltas - Verbal Syracuse
99.MDouglass
100.ALewis
Briana Berne - Mississippi St., UNC Greensboro, UNC Wilmington
Kathleen Saltarelli - Verbal Wisconsin
Keri Frankenberger - Verbal LSU
Kara Kucin - Offer from New Mexico
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9/29/08

78. Memphis gets verbal from Courtney Collins.

98. Christina Riley adds interest in N.C. State, SMU & Texas Tech.
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10/1/08

8. Rachael White adds interest to Clemson, Florida State, North Carolina and Arizona State but drops interest in Wisconsin which has no more 'ships available.

12. Linda Abu Mushraf adds interest in Texas.

33. Michigan gets verbal from Taylor Fournier.

43. Georgia Tech gets verbal from Elizabeth Kilborn.

53. Sydney Grant adds interest in Charleston, Richmond, Virginia Tech.

59. LSU & Penn State make an offer to Kaitlin Burns.

65. Maggie Remynse adds interest in Kansas but drops interest in Marquette & Michigan.

72. Anik Cepeda adds interest in Texas A&M and William & Mary.

79. Rutgers gets verbal from Michelle Green.

98. Wisconsin gets verbal from Hannah Berner who breaks into the top 100.

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10/2/08

25. Illinois gets verbal from Breanne Smutko.

95. James Madison gets verbal from Katherine Bulling
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