Discussion in 'College Tennis Talk' started by chris-swede, Feb 18, 2014.
Columbia is still above and beyond the rest
Brown roughed up BC 6-1.
Big weekend coming up for Harvard with both Vanderbilt and Minnesota coming in - if they win both they'd be top 20 bound.
Harvard should win both i think. Maybe this team is also Top16 style? The schedule will be the problem again....
Princeton over Clemson, Cornell is close to beating Penn State, Harvard leading Minnesota 2-1. Ivy Power!!
Ivy looks like a top5 league in tennis now
Harvard 4-2 over minnesota.
Cornell close to beat psu
Which conference out of these would be behind them: ACC, Big 10, Big 12, Pac-12, or SEC?
Been out of country for a while and not following tennis. But with 3rd kid eyeing college I'm reading this again. I know this is an old thread but maybe there is interest. College vs pros can be a big conflict so I understand Rubin one year and out of Wake Forest. Not getting Podesta leaving Penn for pros tho. What advantage could that be?
So for those that know history, is the likelihood of raising in rank greater for one and done even for less highly ranked players? That surprises me, esp since the ages of players is much higher these days. I'd think it would be a big disadvantage.
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