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)
Sports Illustrated - NCAA Grants Spring Athletes Extra Year of Eligibility
Buffalo News - How COVID-19 Impacts College Recruiting
Portland Press Herald - College Recruiting During the Pandemic - 'It's Stressful' for Coaches and Athletes Alike
San Gabriel Valley Tribune - California State (CSU) System Suspends SAT and ACT Requirements for 2021
Pittsburgh Post-Gazzette - High School Seniors, College Coaches Deal With Recruiting Challenges
Finger Lakes Times - How Recruiting is Affected by COVID-19
Q&A: Mackenzie McDonaldMay 27, 2020Mackenzie McDonald, the 2016 NCAA singles and doubles champion, discusses his experience at UCLA and compares college tennis to his current life on the ATP Tour. Read More
Q&A: Riley Smith, USCMay 20, 2020Read the USTA's Q&A with USC senior Riley Smith, who was recently named to the ITA Division I All-America team. Read More
College recruiting updateMay 06, 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