||Men | Women
|Division:||NCAA - Div. I
|Head Coach:||Andy Christodoulou|
|Assistant Coach:||Denisa Hluchova|
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The following articles are relevant to the Siena women's team.
Dividing Coaching Responsibilities
College tennis teams vary in their coaching structure. Some schools
have a single coach for both the men's and women's teams, while others
have two or three coaches for each program. We put the question to
college coaches - how are responsibilities divided among coaches on
Countdown: Planning Women's Scholarships
NCAA Division I Women's Tennis is a head count sport, meaning that for
a given program, only eight women can receive athletic scholarships.
With six singles and three doubles matches - and in light of injuries
- a roster of eight can appear quite thin. We put the question to
NCAA women's coaches: What is your strategy when planning out your
Expectations of Athletes in College
College is a busy time for student-athletes, and balancing academics
with athletics is known to be a challenge. What should an incoming
freshman tennis player expect? We put the question to our panel of
coaches: "Can you quantify the number of hours that players spend on
tennis each week? What times of year are the busiest?"
How Has College Tennis Changed?
College athletics offers an ever-changing landscape, and that landscape
has had an impact on tennis. Conference realignment, Title IX, athletics
budgets, recruiting, and increased USTA focus on college tennis have all
been hot topics over recent years. We put the question to college coaches,
"How is college tennis different today than it was ten years ago?"
More Recruiting Articles...
- Fall of 2014 - 2 positions, scholarships available
- Fall of 2015 - 2 positions, scholarships available