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How Strong Do I Need To Be To Compete In College Tennis

Understand what matters most: 1. athletics, 2. academics, 3. budget

Becoming part of a college Tennis team depends on a lot of different factors:

Athletics
It always starts with your athletic level. If you can’t contribute to the team’s success, coaches will most likely not show a huge amount of interest.

Academics
After that, your academic background comes into play. Your grades in high school and your academic test scores determine whether you would be admitted to a school.

Budget
Thirdly, unless you are an athlete with the potential to have an immediate impact, a full-ride scholarship is very uncommon and you will need some sort of budget to cover the remaining costs of attendance.

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Information On College Tennis

There are many different divisions, sponsoring college Tennis.
Understand the differences:
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Intercollegiate Tennis Programs

1,184 schools sponsor college Tennis programs in 6 major divisions:

NCAA D-I
NCAA D-II
NCAA D-III
NAIA
NJCAA
CCCAA

Maximum Number Of Athletic Scholarships/Team

Maximum Number Of Athletic Scholarships/Team

If the program is fully funded, the college may award:

NCAA D-I 4.5 (Men); 8.0 (Women)
NCAA D-II 4.5 (M); 6.0 (W)
NCAA D-III no athletic scholarships
NAIA 5.0 (M | W)
NJCAA D-I 9.0 (M | W)
NJCAA D-III no athletic scholarships
CCCAA no athletic scholarships

National Champions<br/>Season 2017-2018

National Champions
Season 2017-2018

The winners of the prestigious national titles were:

NCAA D-I Wake Forest (M), Stanford (W)
NCAA D-II Columbus State (M), Barry (W)
NCAA D-III Middlebury (M), Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (W)
NAIA Georgia Gwinnett (M | W)
NJCAA D-I & D-III Tyler & Oxford Emory (M); Tyler & Oxford Emory (W)
CCCAA Cerritos College (M | W)


Recruiting Guide To U.S. College Tennis

Committing to a college team (often by accepting a scholarship offer) requires you have been able to complete quite a few steps before that. We're talking tasks like Eligibility Center(s), academic tests, recruiting video(s), college applications, and many more.

If all of that sounds completely new to you, download our official college tennis recruiting guide and get down to the details!

Recruiting Guide to U.S. College Tennis

First-hand guidelines with all the information you need to get recruited.

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