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TENNIS SUCCESS STORIES

BRUNO

 

WARNER UNIVERSITY

My son Bruno was admitted to Warner University in Florida as a student and a member of the Tennis roster. On behalf of the family, I would like to thank SAS for all the support and for allowing Bruno to pursue his dream of playing tennis in the US!

SPENCER

 

KALAMAZOO COLLEGE

Your campaign greatly assisted us in getting Spencer good visibility, and we received 50 to 60 responses from colleges and universities throughout the country. Thanks again for all your efforts! We would recommend SAS to future college athletes seeking to gain excellent visibility and find that right fit.

TALER

 

US ARMY

My two daughters went through the SAS program. Bother were heavily recruited by some of the best schools in America. The SAS program put them over the top. We couldn’t ask for a more effective program and a more dedicated staff. I would highly recommend SAS to any family that has a talented student-athlete. Their hands-on, personal approach is by far the best system available.

RECRUITING DATES

NCAA DIVISION I
 

Coach-Initiated Phone Calls: Beginning Sept 1 of junior year

Coach-Initiated Electronic Correspondence: Beginning Sept 1 of junior year

Off-Campus Contact: Beginning July 1 following junior year

Unofficial Visits: Beginning Sept 1 of junior year

Official Visits: Beginning Sept 1 of junior year

 

NCAA DIVISION II
 

Coach-Initiated Phone Calls: Beginning June 15 preceding junior year

Coach-Initiated Electronic Correspondence: Beginning June 15 preceding junior year

Off-Campus Contact: Beginning June 15 preceding junior year

Unofficial Visits: Beginning June 15 preceding junior year

Official Visits: After June 15 preceding junior year

 

NCAA DIVISION III
 

Coach-Initiated Phone Calls: Unlimited

Coach-Initiated Electronic Correspondence: Unlimited

Off-Campus Contact: Beginning after the conclusion of sophomore year

Unofficial Visits: Unlimited

Official Visits: Beginning January 1 of junior year

SCHOLARSHIP STATS

NCAA DIVISION I M/W

Number of Teams: 225/ 317

Total Athletes: 2,595/ 2,927

Average Team Size: 10/ 9 

Scholarship Limit Per Team: 4.5/ 8

 

NCAA DIVISION II M/W

Number of Teams: 163/ 224

Total Athletes: 1,650/ 2,022

Average Team Size: 10/ 9

Scholarship Limit Per Team: 4.5/ 5

 

NCAA DIVISION III M/W

Number of Teams: 329/ 370

Total Athletes: 3,601/ 3,869

Average Team Size: 11/ 10

 

NAIA M/W

Number of Teams: 103/ 112

Total Athletes: 1,007/ 995

Average Team Size: 10/ 9

Scholarship Limit Per Team: 5/ 5

 

JUCO M/W

Number of Teams: 61/ 75

Total Athletes: 526/ 541

Average Team Size: 9/ 7

Scholarship Limit Per Team: 9/ 9

NOTE:  Women's Division I tennis is a headcount sport, so one full scholarship must be given to one player.

Tennis scholarships at all other divisions are equivalency scholarships, meaning a single scholarship can be divided into partial scholarships among multiple athletes.