College recruiting amidst coronavirus concerns
With the collegiate landscape rapidly changing due to COVID-19, the USTA would like to provide junior players and parents with some important links as they navigate the recruiting process. This page will be updated as new information becomes available.
While so many questions still remain unanswered, these pages and stories can assist in providing the status on many important items related to recruiting.
News Articles (most recent at bottom)
ABC Toledo - College Recruitment Goes Virtual
Grand Forks Herald - Junior College Makes It Work With Low Budgets, No Full Rides
NBC Today - Applying to College in the Age of COVID-19
New York Times - Applying to College During the Pandemic?
The Davidsonian - How Davidson is Recruiting During the Pandemic
USTA mourns Dinkins deathNovember 24, 2020David N. Dinkins, former New York City Mayor and a 12-year member of the USTA Board of Directors has died. He was 93. The 106th mayor of the city of New York—the only African-American mayor in the city’s history—Dinkins was a great friend to the USTA and to the sport of tennis. Read More
USTA Board of DirectorsNovember 19, 2020The USTA announced Monday its new slate of Board of Directors, including the election of Michael J. McNulty III as USTA Chairman of the Board and President. The new Board has been elected to a two-year term that begins on Jan. 1, 2021. Read More
College recruiting updateNovember 12, 2020With the collegiate landscape rapidly changing due to COVID-19, the USTA would like to provide junior tennis players and parents with important information surrounding the recruiting process. Learn more. Read More