October 26, 2018
NOVEMBER 17, 2018
McCormack Nagelsen Tennis Center - College of William and Mary
For the tenth straight year, high school sophomores, juniors and seniors will have the chance to show off their tennis skills to college coaches at the Mid-Atlantic College Showcase. This event will feature educational information on the recruiting process for players and parents, as well as on-court time for coaches to watch players in their element.
The goal of the showcase is to give players interested in collegiate tennis the opportunity to learn about what playing on such a level means while getting the chance to network with coaches that are looking for team players.* Last year, 33 coaches from all collegiate divisions attended the Mid-Atlantic College Showcase.ADVERTISEMENT
To register, learn more and see what coaches have committed to attend, CLICK HERE
The benefits of attending the College Showcase as a player are:
· Ability to talk one-on-one with numerous college coaches about their program*
· Showcase your on-court strengths to coaches
· Learn tips for making the most out of the recruiting and the college selection process
· 50 bonus ranking points
· Opportunity for parents to get footage of their player in a low-pressure environment to create a recruiting video
· Practice networking
Players will be separated by gender and graduation year and then split into groups of four based on their current UTR rating. No scores will be recorded; the showcase is for players to demonstrate their skills in-person in front of coaches.
Off the court, parents and players will be able to attend an information session on navigating the recruiting process, including a player parent presentation from Scott Treibly. For 15 years, Treibly was responsible for college tennis placement at IMG Academy. Treibly currently broadcasts college tennis events with ESPN3, SEC Network and the Tennis Channel. Treibly played at the University of New Mexcio and the University of Kentucky, both teams ranked in the top 10.
The Mid-Atlantic College Showcase is open to coaches from all areas. Coaches interested in attending email Bonnie Vona
*Coaches must follow their NCAA Compliance Regulations in regards to visiting with players.