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May is College Info Month

We're taking the month of May to help parents and players stay up-to-date on what's happening in college tennis. From all NCAA Divisions and NAIA to rules, regulations and recruiting tips, we have you covered. Sessions will focus on helping prospective student athletes and their parents navigate the recruiting process during the Covid-19 pandemic. Panelists will touch on their coaching philosophy, recruiting strategies and practices, and what life as a student athlete is like at their schools.

 

Missed our May webinars? Catch up by watching the videos below.


Current Landscape of College Tennis: NCAA Division I (5/8/20)

Panelists: Claire Ann Pollard, Head Women's Tennis Coach, Northwestern University; Brad Dancer, Head Men's Tennis Coach, University of Illinois

 

Moderators: Timon Corwin, GM/COO Western Racquet Club, Elm Grove, WI, and USTA/Midwest Collegiate Committee Chairperson; Chad Docktor, Chief Operating Officer of Community Tennis, USTA/Midwest Section

 

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Current Landscape of College Tennis: Division II, Division III, NAIA and JUCO (5/15/20)

Panelists: Raquel Vescovi, Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach, Lake Forest College; Todd Wojtkowski, Head Men's Tennis Coach, Case Western Reserve University; Tyler Scanlan, Head Women's Tennis Coach, Marian University; Mark Doren, Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach, Ferris State University; Dr. James Love, Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach, College of Lake County

 

Moderators: Timon Corwin, GM/COO Western Racquet Club, Elm Grove, WI, and USTA/Midwest Collegiate Committee Chairperson; Chad Docktor, Chief Operating Officer of Community Tennis, USTA/Midwest Section

 

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Current Landscape of College Tennis: Athlete Health & Wellness (5/22/20)

Panelists: Dr. Elizabeth Bondi, Podiatric Foot and Ankle Surgeon, Northern Illinois Foot and Ankle Specialists; Dr. Brian Hainline, Chief Medical Officer, NCAA; Dr. Neeru Jayanthi, Director, Tennis Medicine, Associate Program Director, Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship, Emory Sports Medicine Research and Education

 

Moderators: Timon Corwin, GM/COO Western Racquet Club, Elm Grove, WI, and USTA/Midwest Collegiate Committee Chairperson; Chad Docktor, Chief Operating Officer of Community Tennis, USTA/Midwest Section

 

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Current Landscape of College Tennis: NCAA Rules, Regulations and Requirements for Eligibility (5/29/20)

Panelists: Lorne McManile, Coordinator of Academic Review, NCAA Eligibility Center; Sarah Hebberd, Assistant Director of Academic and Membership Affairs, NCAA; John E. Bugner, Associate Director, Championships & Alliances, NCAA

 

Moderators: Timon Corwin, GM/COO Western Racquet Club, Elm Grove, WI, and USTA/Midwest Collegiate Committee Chairperson; Chad Docktor, Chief Operating Officer of Community Tennis, USTA/Midwest Section

 

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