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Blue Chip Bowers Pivots, Joins Decorated Texas Class
by Rhiannon Potkey, 23 February 2024

Ashton Bowers was signed to play for Auburn until the head coach was abruptly fired and the assistant coach resigned. The blue chip senior was released from her NLI and re-opened her recruiting process. Bowers landed at Texas, adding to an already deep Longhorn recruiting class.

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College Feature
Ohio State Captures Indoor Title with Thrilling Win over TCU
by Michael Lewis, 21 February 2024

Ohio State claimed its third ITA Division I National Men's Indoor Team title on Monday in New York with a thrilling 4-3 comeback victory over Texas Christian University to deny the Horned Frogs a third-straight title. Fifth-year senior Robert Cash clinched the victory with a three-set singles win.

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Who's Hot
Hot 100 List - February 2024
by James Hill, 19 February 2024

It's time to unveil the February 2024 edition of the Hot 100. The Lotto Hot 100 features 100 boys and 100 girls who have been playing outstanding tennis. These players have substantially improved their rankings over the past month.

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Tournament Feature
Sevim's Match Tiebreaker Mastery Leads to First L2 Title
by Colette Lewis, 16 February 2024

Luca Sevim demonstrated his mastery in match tiebreakers throughout the USTA Boys 14s Level 2 in Grand Rapids, clinching the title with a 1-6, 6-3, 10-8 win over top seed Mason Vaughan, who recovered to win the doubles titles with partner Marko Mikic.

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Five-Star Murphy Appreciates Lasting Interest from Furman
The first recruiting call Lillie Murphy received was from Furman University head coach Michelle Dasso. It turned out to be the best one. The five-star junior from Tennessee has committed to play for the Paladins, where her former high school teammate is a freshman.

Oklahoma State Captures First ITA National Indoor Title
The Oklahoma State women captured the program's first ITA National Indoor title with a thrilling 4-3 victory over Michigan on Monday in Seattle. The Cowgirls notched their fourth top-six win by fighting off a Michigan comeback attempt.

Djokovic's Mental Strength: Talent or Training?
Can Novak Djokovic’s approach to mental fitness be appplied to junior tennis? Medical scientist Leon Box explores that issue in depth to try and help juniors improve their overall games.

Meet The Assistant: VCU's RJ Nagel
Assistant coaches might not get as much attention as head coaches, but they are highly valued by everyone within a college program. They work long hours to help teams try to win matches and help players try to achieve their goals. In this edition of Meet The Assistant, we profile Virginia Commonwealth University assistant RJ Nagel.

Lamm-Bocharov Recovers From Injury, Commits to Georgetown
Joshua Lamm-Bocharov didn't know if he would be good enough after recovering from an injury to play college tennis. But the five-star junior climbed back up the rankings and recently committed to play at Georgetown University.

Top Women's Classes - 2024 Winter Rankings
The size of our commitment list is pushing 500 for the senior girls. With that in mind, today is a great time to check in on how schools are doing on the recruiting trail. Today, the Tennis Recruiting Network is proud to announce the Top 25 Women's Recruiting Classes for 2024.

Global Success Spans All Levels in January
The global span of tennis is always on display the first month of the year, with juniors and former collegians piling up great performances in Australia, Central America, Europe, Asia and North America last month. All earned spots as top performers in January's Aces column.

Vanderbilt Checks Every Box for Blue Chip Webster
Sophia Webster didn't need to make any other college trips after visiting Vanderbilt University. The blue chip senior found everything she wanted in Nashville and committed to the Commodores before even leaving the campus.

Top Men's Classes - 2024 Winter Rankings
With Signing Week in the rear view mirror and over 800 college commitments in the books, today is a great time to take a look at the top recruiting classes. TRN is excited to present its 2024 Men's Recruiting Class Rankings ... Wahoowa!

Americans Sweep Junior Doubles Titles at Aussie Open
American teams swept the junior doubles titles at the Australian Open on Friday in Melbourne. Tyra Caterina Grant and Iva Jovic won the girls title without dropping a set, while Max Exsted and Cooper Woestendick won the boys title as an unseeded tandem.

Amherst College Visit Seals Commitment of Four-Star Hu
Amherst College was high on Albert Hu's college list from the very start. The four-star senior from New York wanted a good balance between tennis and academics. Once he visited the campus, he knew joining the Mammoths was the right choice.

Texas Tech Delivers Timely Message to Five-Star Daskalova
Elena Daskalova wanted to attend college in Texas. The five-star senior from Kansas got a perfectly-timed message from the coaches at Texas Tech that helped make it happen. Daskalova has signed to play for the Red Raiders.

Hot 100 List - January 2024
It's time to unveil the January 2024 edition of the Hot 100. The Lotto Hot 100 features 100 boys and 100 girls who have been playing outstanding tennis. These players have substantially improved their rankings over the past month.

Eight Intriguing Questions for 2024
Colette Lewis provides her annual look at issues in college and junior tennis with eight intriguing questions for 2024. This year's issues include CEOs, NIL, ITF and UTR. They ponder budget cuts, television deals and coaching rules.

Pytko Eager to Bring National Success Back to UC Santa Cruz
Ross Pytko was hired in August as the sixth men’s head coach in UC Santa Cruz program history. He has also been serving as the interim head coach for the women’s program. In a Q&A, he discusses his goals for the programs and how his own playing background helps his coaching.

Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Tennis: What Makes a Tennis Champion
Tennis Recruiting.Net is pleased to bring you an in-depth profile of a promising young player, Iva Jovic. Authored by longstanding tennis writer and historian Joel Drucker, this piece explores a wider range of topics than a great many profiles.

Jayaraman, Nguyen Strike Gold for El Dorado Hills, JMG
Saahith Jayaraman and Alexis Nguyen both live in El Dorado Hills, California and both train at JMG Academy. They share another thing in common after both captured the 18s singles titles at the USTA Winter National Championships.

Spurling, Payne Capture 16s Singles Titles
Nischal Spurling and Bella Payne emerged as 16-and-under singles champions as some of the nation's best young players rang in the New Year at the USTA Winter National Championships on the USTA National Campus in Orlando.

Johnson Sweeps 14s Boys Titles, Vickneswaran Wins Girls Singles
After winning the Junior Orange Bowl title, Andrew Johnson won both the Boys 14s singles and doubles titles at the USTA Winter National Championships at the University of Texas at San Antonio Tennis Center. Anjani Vickneswaran was victorious in the girls singles.

Zhang, Del Mastro Capture 12s Singles Titles
Jiarui Zhang and Daniela Del Mastro emerged as the Boys and Girls 12s singles champions at the USTA Winter National Championships at the University of Texas at San Antonio Tennis Center.

Junior Champions Take Center Stage in December
Last month's top performances include the 15 winners of the major junior events in Florida, in addition to a trio of teenagers who stood out for their accomplishments on the International Tennis Federation's men's and women's World Tennis Tour.

Five-Star Henceroth Ready to Spread His Wings with Gamecocks
Cole Henceroth's introduction to the South Carolina coaches led to a lasting connection. The five-star senior from Virginia knew his personality would fit better at a bigger school and loved everything about the Gamecocks. He recently committed to join the program.

Spring Star Ratings Period Begins
Twice a year, TennisRecruiting.net updates its Star Ratings - sometimes known as "The Stars". Our next update to the Star Ratings comes in mid-March - and those ratings will be based on players' highest rankings during the next eight weeks of the year - from the week of January 8 to the week of February 26, 2024. We invite players to review their player records to ensure accurate ratings.

Happy New Year from the Tennis Recruiting Network
Happy New Year from the entire staff at Tennis Recruiting Network. We hope 2024 is filled with good health, happiness and plenty of fun on the tennis court. Thank you for choosing TRN as a source of your junior and college tennis news. We appreciate you!

Delayed Start, Fast Finish for Junior Orange Bowl Champions
After a frustrating start to the 62nd Junior Orange Bowl International Championships, the prestigious tournament for 12s and 14s finished on time and under sunny skies at Salvadore Park and Biltmore Tennis Center last week. American Andrew Johnson, Jana Kovackova, Daniel Baranes and Jang Junseo were crowned champions.

Open Mind Helps Rodewald Discover Grand Valley State
Nadia Rodewald didn't rule out any schools during her recruiting process. Although she felt pressure to only consider Division I schools, the open-minded approach helped Rodewald discover Division II Grand Valley State. The four-star senior from Florida has committed to the Lakers.

Merry Christmas from the Tennis Recruiting Network Staff
Merry Christmas from the staff at Tennis Recruiting Network. We are grateful for your readership and hope everyone has a blessed holiday season with loved ones.

Maine's Mavor Ready to Take Flight at Air Force
Sofia Mavor wasn't considering military academies at the start of her recruiting process. But the more she learned about them, the more she wanted to know. The four-star from Maine has committed to play for Air Force next fall.

Hot 100 List - December 2023
It's time to unveil the December 2023 edition of the Hot 100. The Lotto Hot 100 features 100 boys and 100 girls who have been playing outstanding tennis. These players have substantially improved their rankings over the past month.

Four-Star McClure Finds Well-Balanced Opportunity at Hendrix
Wesley McClure always thought he wanted to play at the Division I level in college. But once he started making his visits, he realized his outlook had changed. The four-star senior found a better balance of his goals at Hendrix College in his home state of Arkansas.

Sun Shines on Orange Bowl Champions Klugman, Panarin
A rare Orange Bowl without rain delays gave 14-year-old Hannah Klugman and 18-year-old Danil Panarin an opportunity to shine last week at the last ITF J500 event of the year, as Klugman made British tennis history and Panarin ended a long drought for collegians.

New Yorkers Claim Orange Bowl 16s Championships
Two 16-year-olds from New York claimed the Orange Bowl 16s singles titles last week. Brooklyn's Leena Friedman won the girls crown and Queens' Dominick Mosejczuk won the boys event at the Frank Veltri Tennis Center.

Raghavendra Achieves Big Ten Goal by Signing with Indiana
Karan Raghavendra grew up wanting to attend a school in the Big Ten Conference. The five-star senior from Dublin, California will get his wish after signing to play for Indiana University.

Pacheco Mendez and Sonobe Claim Eddie Herr ITF Titles
Rodrigo Pacheco Mendez of Mexico ended his junior career on a high note, while Japan's Wakana Sonobe can look forward to building on her success after the two left-handers claimed ITF J300 Eddie Herr International titles Sunday at the IMG Academy.

Penickova and Antonius Make History at Eddie Herr
Kristina Penickova and Michael Antonius are just getting started in their junior tennis careers, but they are already on a short list of players who have won two Eddie Herr singles championships after securing titles last week at the IMG Academy.

2024 Donovan Tennis Showcase Events Scheduled
Donovan Tennis Strategies has three showcase events on the 2024 schedule. The events will be held in California, New Jersey and Massachusetts in January, June and July, respectively. A large number of college coaches are expected to attend each event to scout future recruits.

Tournaments Used in TRN Rankings
Over the past couple of years, TRN has expanded the number of tournaments it uses in its rankings - and also simplified some the rules we use to determine tournament eligibility. If you have ever wondered which tournaments count towards your ranking, take a look here ...

Bikes, Boats and Feet: Lee's Unique Journey to Richmond
Abby Lee gets to practice every day by bike, boat, golf cart and her own two feet. The five-star senior from South Carolina wouldn't trade the unique experience. It helped Lee improve and led to her commitment to the University of Richmond.

Titles Come in Pairs for Many November Standouts
November's titles came in pairs for many of the month's Aces, as the ATP and WTA Tours headed into their off-season and the USTA Pro Circuit ended its year. The majority of those featured are current and former collegians, but the stars of the ITF Junior Circuit, which continues into December, also had a month to remember.

Thanksgiving Champions Crowned at USTA National Indoors
Some of the top junior players in the country took to the courts during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend to contend for titles at the USTA National Indoor Championships. Singles and doubles winners in four divisions were crowned in boys and girls.

Five-Star Wang Scheduled for Early Arrival at Texas
Calvin Wang got a bit of a late start in competitive tennis. But the five-star senior has quickly made up ground. Wang will be an early arrival at the University of Texas in January and plans to spend the spring redshirting for the Longhorns.

Hot 100 List - November 2023
It's time to unveil the November 2023 edition of the Hot 100. The Lotto Hot 100 features 100 boys and 100 girls who have been playing outstanding tennis. These players have substantially improved their rankings over the past month.

Puerto Rico's Perez-Garcia Secures Great Offer from St. Joe's
Claudia Perez-Garcia thought it may be more difficult to get recruited as a resident of Puerto Rico. But the four-star senior connected with Saint Joseph's early in the process and invited the coaches to come watch her play. It helped lead to her commitment to the Hawks.

Kessler Credits Gators with Honing Competitive Edge on Tour
McCartney Kessler is back on the court and having success at the professional level. The former University of Florida star recenty sat down the Colette Lewis at the WTA 125 Dow Tennis Classic in Midland, Michigan to discuss her rapid rise in the WTA rankings, the most significant lesson she learned from college tennis and many other topics.

Tomicheck Feels Strong Connection, Signs with SIUE
Payton Tomichek felt an instant connection with Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. The four-star senior from Tennessee appreciated the small things SIUE did during her recruiting process and felt comfortable on campus. Tomichek signed with SIUE last week.

Marine Biology Leads Taylor to Roger Williams University
Tucker Taylor wanted to find a college with a strong marine biology program. During his research, he discovered Roger Williams University in Rhode Island. The two-star from Texas has committed to play for the Hawks.

Atlanta ITF Photo Gallery
Young players dominated the Atlanta ITF played in late October in Norcross, GA. Two sophomore boys met in the final with Ronit Karki (E. Brunswick, N.J.) defeating Lahlan Gaskell (Delray Beach, Fla.) 6-4, 6-1. 13-year-old Christina Lyutova (Redmond, Wash.) extended her undefeated streak in junior events to 39 matches by taking this championship over wild-card Sarah Ye (Westfield, N.J.) 6-1, 6-1. Photographer Bill Kallenberg captured photos from the event.

Blue Chip Trevor Svajda Commits to SMU
Blue chip senior Trevor Svajda has committed to Southern Methodist University. The California native will join the program in January in time for the 2024 spring season. Svajda hopes his addition draws other high-level recruits to the Mustangs.

Kumar Achieves Big Ten Dream with Wisconsin
Sachiv Kumar grew up in Michigan wanting to attend a school in the Big Ten Conference. He will achieve that goal by signing with the University of Wisconsin. The four-star senior's performance at Kalamazoo helped pave the way.

Five-Star Kernagis Always Had William & Mary in Mind
Mira Kernagis first visited William & Mary during her brother's college search. Once it was her turn to look for a school, she contacted the Tribe coaches. The five-star senior from Illinois is signing with William & Mary this week.

Gap Year Benefits Vanderbilt-Bound Ingram
Jack Ingram thought he had the potential to play at a higher level in college. The Texas native decided to reclassify and take a gap year to work on his game. The move paid off as the four-star senior recently signed with Vanderbilt.

Welcome to Signing Day
Signing Week is here - and seniors can start signing their National Letters of Intent. Today, we check in with boys and girls from across the country who are heading to a variety of schools. Find out how they came to their decisions... in our National Roundup.

Signing Week: Blue Chip Girls
Tomorrow is the big day - Signing Day. Seniors across the nation have been making their decisions, but tomorrow is the first day they can sign NLIs to make formal commitments. Take a look at the status of the Blue Chip girls ...

Signing Week: Blue Chip Boys
This coming Wednesday, November 8, is Signing Day - the first day that any senior in the Class of 2024 can sign a National Letter of Intent with an NCAA Division I or II institution. Take a look at the status of the Blue Chip boys.

October was Jam-Packed with Ace-Worthy Performances
October was another month with so many achievements by junior and collegiate players that at least a dozen ended up on the cutting room floor. NCAA singles champions and junior slam finalists earned titles, while the winners of the ITF Junior Finals and the first ITA major of the season also stepped into the spotlight last month.

Dunsirn's Heart Leads Him to Western Michigan
Solomon Dunsirn noticed the Western Michigan coach watching his matches at tournaments. Once he received an email from the program and arranged an official visit, the four-star senior from Wisconsin realized it was the best fit. He has committed to the Broncos.

Tufts Checks Every Box for Four-Star Seth
Lochlan Seth could have tried to play for a mid-level Division I program. But the four-star senior decided a high-level Division III program was the better option. Seth will be staying close to home with his commitment to Tufts University.

Tennis' On-Court Coaching Trend Expands to Juniors
Top American juniors and their coaches have to navigate three distinct varieties of in-match coaching. The USTA permits coaching before a third set; the four junior slams are part of a trial that allows coaching based on the ATP and WTA Tours' model; and no coaching of any kind is permissible on the ITF Junior Circuit.

College of Charleston is Home for Five-Star Smith
Jacob Smith didn't want to leave the state for college. That made College of Charleston a destination of interest for the South Carolina native. The five-star senior has committed to play for the Cougars.

Four-Star Nguyen Discovers All Babson Has to Offer
Mason Nguyen didn't know anything about Babson College at the start of his recruiting process. But by the end of his visit to the school, the four-star senior was ready to turn the car around and tell the coach he was committing in person.

TCU is Perfect-Sized Pond for Blue Chip Leach
Jagger Leach was attracted to Texas Christian University's size and success in developing players. The blue chip junior from Sarasota, Florida committed to the Horned Frogs earlier this week. Leach leaves for Spain on Monday to play in the Junior Davis Cup.

Images from Rome L4
With 57 courts across 30 acres, the Rome Tennis Center hosts many high-profile tournaments. In early October, Rome hosted a USTA Level 4 with players from more than half the states in attendance - with athletes from California, New York, and Ohio traveling to the Peach State. Photographer Bill Kallenberg was on site for the entire event to capture photos for TRN.

Hot 100 List - October 2023
It's time to unveil the October 2023 edition of the Hot 100. The Lotto Hot 100 features 100 boys and 100 girls who have been playing outstanding tennis. These players have substantially improved their rankings over the past month.

Blue Chip Seversen Ready for Early Arrival at Boise State
Michael Seversen is ready to get an early start on his college career. The blue chip junior from Coto De Caza, California recently committed to Boise State and plans to arrive in January of 2025 and redshirt his first semester on campus.

Frusina Chooses Auburn as Pathway to Professional Tennis
A coaching staff with vast professional experience and a welcoming atmosphere on his recent visit were the keys to blue chip senior Alex Frusina's verbal commitment to the Auburn Tigers. The Texas native made his decision two weeks ago after a trip to Alabama.

Meet The Assistant: Kansas State's Chase Colton
Assistant coaches might not get as much attention as head coaches, but they are highly valued by everyone within a college program. They work long hours to help teams and players achieve their goals. In this edition of Meet The Assistant, we profile Kansas State's Chase Colton.

Nearly 50 Players Receive USTA Foundation Scholarships
The USTA Foundation granted 49 high school students a variety of college scholarships this year totaling $995,000. The annual scholarships are awarded to deserving youth who have participated in organized youth tennis programs, demonstrated high academic achievement and require financial assistance for college.

Former College Players Continue to Shine as Aces
From a three-peat at the US Open to a historic Challenger title to Davis Cup heroics, September showcased the continuing success of former college players at the top levels of the sport. They are all featured in latest Aces column.

Meet The Coach: Disher Takes Next Step at Emory
Bridget Disher has moved from being player at Emory University to an assistant coach and now the head coach. The former All-American discussed what it means to take over the program, what she looks for in recruits and her goals for the future.

Four-Star Kunar Makes Lasting Connection with Colgate
Anya Kunar noticed Colgate on a recruiting showcase list and sent an email to the coaches. They came to watch her play in the event and the connection sustained over time. The four-star from Connecticut has committed to the Raiders.

Frusina Wins at Home, Joint Sweeps Pan American Closed Titles
With a new venue and an earlier date, the International Tennis Federation J300 Pan American Closed ventured into new territory last week in Houston. Yet when the hot and humid week drew to a close, the top two seeds in both boys and girls draws made the finals, with No. 1 seed Alex Frusina and No. 2 seed Maya Joint capturing the titles.

Wagner Eager to Lead Clemson Men's Program
After successful assistant coaching stints, Brandon Wagner will be leading a Division I program for the first time. The former Georgia standout was recently named the head coach for the Clemson men's program. He discussed the move and his hope for the future.

Germany-Born Bosnjak Grateful for College Tennis Experience
Madeline Bosnjak thought her competitive tennis career was over once injuries forced her from the pro tour. But the German found a lifeline in the United States with college tennis. Bosnjak is grateful for everything she gained from the experience.

Anazagasty-Pursoo Does Her Homework on Texas
Ariana Anazagasty-Pursoo needed time to do her research before deciding on a college. The blue chip rising senior New York wanted to make the right choice. She ended up committing to the University of Texas.

Hot 100 List - September 2023
It's time to unveil the September 2023 edition of the Hot 100. The Lotto Hot 100 features 100 boys and 100 girls who have been playing outstanding tennis. These players have substantially improved their rankings over the past month.

US Open Juniors Photo Gallery
Stanford freshman and wild card entrant Katherine Hui (San Diego, Calif.) won six matches in straight sets - four over seeded players - to capture the girls' singles title at the US Open. Hui defeated Tereza Valentova {Czech Republic) 6-4, 6-4 in the final. Joao Fonseca of Brazil broke up an All-American affair with a 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 victory over American Learner Tien 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 in the boys' championship. Check out great action photos from ZooTennis.com.

Hui and Fonseca Overcome Elements to Earn US Open Titles
American Katherine Hui and Brazil's Joao Fonseca navigated every obstacle and opponent to earn their first junior slam titles. Hui defeated Tereza Valentova of the Czech Republic 6-4, 6-4 in the girls final of the US Open Junior Championships, and Fonseca outlasted American Learner Tien 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 in the boys final.

USTA Foundation Awards Grants, Honors Essay Winners
The USTA Foundation awarded grants totaling more than $4 million - the largest amount awarded to date - to National Junior Tennis & Learning (NJTL) chapters this year, and recently announced the winners of this year's NJTL essay contest.

Meet The Assistant: CMS' Caitlin Bernard
Assistant coaches might not get as much attention as head coaches, but they are highly valued by everyone within a college program. They work long hours to help teams and players achieve their goals. In this edition of Meet The Assistant, we profile Claremont-Mudd-Scripp's Caitlin Bernard.

Shekhera Finds Golden Opportunty at Cal Poly
Anushree Shekhera realized she wanted to stay in California for college. The four-star rising senior from Campbell, California found the ideal fit at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Shekhera committed to the Mustangs in June.

Tomas Majetic Has a Bright Future in Wheelchair Tennis
Although he's only been playing wheelchair tennis for a short time, Tomas Majetic has already captured the attention of many in the sport. The 16-year-old Colorado native will be making his debut at the US Open Junior Wheelchair Championships this week in Flushing Meadows, New York.

Tennis Recruiting Welcomes the Class of 2030
Tennis Recruiting Network welcomes the Class of 2030 to the rankings this week. Among the young rising stars are sixth graders Daniel Gardality, Kathryn Cragg, Anthony Kirchner and Nadia Poznick.

Challenger Titles and Milestone Rankings Highlight August Aces
Challenger titles for a current junior slam champion and a trio of former collegians are among the highlights of a busy tennis month of August, which includes the USTA hard court championships and the start of the US Open.

Jones, Radulov Capture ITF J300 College Park Titles
With the top seeds at the International Tennis Federation's J300 in College Park, Maryland ousted earlier in the week by their American opponents in the finals, No. 2 seeds Emerson Jones of Australia and Iliyan Radulov of Bulgaria claimed the winner's trophies at the Junior Tennis Champions Center.

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Colette Lewis has covered topflight junior events as a freelance journalist for over a decade. Read her weekly column, follow her on Twitter, and and find more of her daily commentary at ZooTennis.

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