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Mid-Atlantic

USTA MID-ATLANTIC

COLLEGE SHOWCASE

October 18, 2019
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USTA MID-ATLANTIC COLLEGE SHOWCASE & INFORMATION SESSION

 

NOVEMBER 23, 2019

 

McCormack Nagelsen Tennis Center - College of William and Mary

Join us for a day of all things Junior Tennis!

This year, we are excited to announce that we will be offering two options for registration. There will be an option to register for the on-court session or an information session for a chance to listen, learn and ask questions on all things junior tennis. 

 

Register today for one of the following:

Learn more about each opportunity below. 

 

On Court Session Registration:

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. 

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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.* Coaches from all collegiate divisions will be represented at the Mid-Atlantic College Showcase.

 

  • On-court players will complete a player profile to be shared with college coaches in advance of the event;
  • On-court players will receive 50 bonus ranking points added to their most recent tournament ;
  • Learn tips for making the most out of the recruiting and the college selection process;
  • On-court players will be eligible to apply for a wild card into the 2020 Combine at the National Campus in Orlando, Florida. For more information on this opportunity, click here;
  • The information session is included; 
  • Networking opportunities;
  • Each registration includes lunch for one player and one guest.

 

The on-court session is primarily intended for sophomores, juniors, and seniors in high school. There are limited spots available, so register now.

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.

 

Junior Tennis Information Session:

The junior tennis information session is intended for parents and players to learn more and ask questions. We understand that navigating the world of junior tournaments and the junior tennis pathway can be hard to understand at times. That is why we want to open up the floor for you to ask questions to our expert panelists. 

Some topics that will be discussed at this session will be the path to college tennis, how to navigate junior tournaments, and the new and improved pathway to junior tennis. 

  • Networking opportunities;
  • Each registration includes lunch for one player and one guest.

Click here to register for the information session only. 

 

Book a hotel:

College Showcase Hotel Block

Important to note - this block has a two-week cancellation policy attached

 

Speaker Information:

The information sessions are intended for all. 

Presentations will include: 

  • Discussions on the junior pathway;
  • All things college tennis recruiting;
  • A panel discussion featuring players from the Mid-Atlantic who went on to play college tennis, and current college coaches;
  • Q&A portion

Dan Holman; Keynote speaker

National Manager, Youth Tournaments at USTA

Dan has been with USTA National since July 2017 and has over 18 years of experience in the tennis industry as a teaching pro, NCAA Division 1 college coach (Penn State University), Director of Tennis, and various administrative positions. Prior to USTA National, Dan worked for USTA North Carolina as the Director of Junior Player Development and Tournament Tennis for five years. Originally from Atlanta, GA., Dan played collegiately at Appalachian State University while earning his degree in Business Administration. He is also a certified pro with the USPTA and a graduate of the USTA High-Performance Coaching program.

 

Darryl Cummings; Speaker & Panel Moderator

www.CummingsAthletics.com | darryl@cummingsathletics.com

Darryl is the founder of www.CummingsAthletics.com and is a veteran in the college tennis world. He was an NCAA College Coach for 25 years, and recruited players from 25 countries to play collegiate tennis. He earned recognition as a conference coach of the year on many occasions and coached (six) All-Americans and earned 22 NCAA DI Qualifications. Some of Darryl's former players have played Wimbledon main draw along with representing their country in Davis Cup, Federation Cup, Olympics, and World Team Tennis. He earned his B.S. in Arts and Letters and a Masters Degree in Sports Management and is a founder of UTR. He is also certified with the United States Professional Tennis Association and Professional Tennis Registry. And he is instrumental in the design and funding of the $7.5 million Folkes-Stevens Indoor Tennis Center in Norfolk, Va., along with serving as a consultant to a variety of other tennis facilities. 

 

Coaches Information:

The Mid-Atlantic College Showcase is open to coaches from all areas.  Coaches interested in attending contact Rachel Kros. We have limited spots for coaches and they are filling fast. You do not want to miss this exclusive opportunity to engage with future players in your program. 

*Coaches must follow their NCAA Compliance Regulations in regards to visiting with players.

 

List of 2019 Coaches attending: more to be added in the coming weeks!

  • ALLEGHENY COLLEGE: Taylor Coffman
  • BARTON COLLEGE: Lee Underwood
  • BRESCIA UNIVERSITY: Will Riley
  • BRYN MAWR: Doanh Wang
  • CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT: Eric Christiansen
  • DICKINSON COLLEGE: Brad Tulenko
  • DREW UNIVERSITY: Scott Veith
  • EMORY & HENRY COLLEGE: Christine Johnston
  • FROSTBURG STATE UNIVERSITY: Jeffrey Splinter
  • GOUCHER COLLEGE: Steven Baum
  • GOUCHER COLLEGE: Eric Spangler
  • MARYMOUNT UNIVERSITY: Jeff Benito
  • MOUNT HOLYOKE COLLEGE: Aldo Santiago
  • OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY: Dominic Manilla
  • RANDOLPH-MACON COLLEGE: Charles Gray
  • SALISBURY UNIVERSITY: Randy Halfpap
  • SEWANEE: THE UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH: Felix Mann
  • SHENANDOAH UNIVERSITY: Jason Cole
  • SMITH COLLEGE: Caitlyn Lawerence
  • ST. MARY'S COLLEGE of MARYLAND: Gregory Shedd
  • SWARTHMORE COLLEGE: Jeremy Loomis
  • UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA - WISE: Danny Rowland
  • UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA - WISE: Roger Whited
  • VIRGINIA WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY: Martin Perry

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