The commitment list includes both verbal commitments from players and official commitments reported by schools.
The prospect list includes all high-school players that have indicated interest in a program.
The following articles are relevant to the UCLA women's team.
ITA Format Experiment Comments: Part Two
In part one of my discussion with college coaches, there was little
support for continuing the women's experiment, which featured a match
tiebreaker in lieu of a full third set. In part two below, five more
coaches provide their perspective on the ITA's format experiment, as
does Dustin Taylor, the USTA's National Coach for Collegiate Tennis,
and Mitchell Frank, the University of Virginia's No. 1 player, who is
leading the student-athlete opposition to any change of format.
Duke Erases UCLA's 3-0 Lead to Earn Second ITA Women's Team Indoor Title
When the seeds were announced last week for the ITA Women's Team
Indoor Championships, Duke was a controversial No. 7, despite their
preseason ranking of 10. When the Blue Devils defeated No. 4 seed UCLA
4-3 Monday in the final, roaring back from 3-0 down, they had proven
they belong at the very top.
Top Women's Classes - 2014 Winter Rankings
More than four hundred senior girls - including 85 of the Top 100 -
have already signed or verbally committed to college programs. With
so many commitments, our Winter Recruiting Class rankings could not be
more timely. The Tennis Recruiting Network and Solfire are proud to present the
Top 25 Women's College Tennis Recruiting Classes of 2014.
The month of November features a collegiate major as well as the last
chance for those outside the top 100 to make a push for direct entry
into the Australian Open. It also ushers in the brief offseason for
the professional tours, allowing youngsters to collect valuable
ranking points at Futures and Challenger events around the world, an
opportunity many of those cited below did not waste.
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