Need advice!

Discussion in 'College Tennis Talk' started by Falloutjr, Apr 26, 2010.

  1. Falloutjr

    Falloutjr Banned

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    Okay so here's the deal: the coach of the college I committed to has resigned for personal reasons. Naturally, I was released from all obligations I made to the school, but now I'm in a tough position. It's almost May and now the situation of the school I chose is up in the air, and I don't know if I would have enough time to make another team seeing how late it is in the year. I liked the coach, but not so much the school, so since he's leaving, I have no interest in attending the school. Any advice for me?
     
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  2. nadalno1

    nadalno1 New User

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    What division was it?
    Just keep trying, you still have like 4 months.
     
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  3. Falloutjr

    Falloutjr Banned

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    Division II
     
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  4. dekko1

    dekko1 Semi-Pro

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    Just keep trying, I am sure that there are still lots of good Unversities out there in need of players.
     
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  5. tennisjon

    tennisjon Semi-Pro

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    Many schools have a rolling admission. You could also apply for spring semester. Some schools have difficulty making their class, so that can be a bonus. I would contact the coaches and make sure that you have a release form. BTW, I coach at Drew University in Madison, NJ. Check us out.
     
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  6. Falloutjr

    Falloutjr Banned

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    That's kinda far from Akron, Ohio o_O
     
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  7. tennisjon

    tennisjon Semi-Pro

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    Yeah, true. We have players from Bulgaria, England, China, Jamaica, Israel, Puerto Rico and have had players from Hawaii, Michigan, Oklahoma, Colorado, and Florida, all of which are farther away than Akron, Ohio.
     
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