Tennis and Business

Discussion in 'College Tennis Talk' started by T1000, Jul 1, 2009.

  1. T1000

    T1000 Hall of Fame

    Jul 7, 2008
    Hey guys!

    I've done some research but want some other people's insights. I'm a decent player and I want to play college tennis. I'll post a video if I can sometime, but I don't have access to a camera right now.

    I'm looking at:

    Those are my top 3 schools right now. I also want to go to a college with a good undergrad business school. That would be my first goal, playing tennis would be a very nice bonus. I trying to stay within five hour driving range of southern ct. any help would be appreciated. I'm going to look this summer.
  2. nocompromise2009

    nocompromise2009 Rookie

    May 31, 2009
    this is like my law and tennis thread hah

    Lehigh University and Pitt have nice business schools
  3. tennismom42

    tennismom42 Semi-Pro

    Nov 19, 2008
    if you don't already have one, set up a free account with collegeboard. com

    Do your college search there. Clicking on "tennis" and then choosing, Div I, II, II is the next question on the search engine. is probably one of several college-search websites that your HS guidance counselor has listed for rising seniors.

    The result of the search will find great school possibilities for you, where you can get the education field you seek + play tennis.
  4. tennisnoob2

    tennisnoob2 Rookie

    Jun 20, 2009
    idk from what i've heard(this is for football at least) if you a play a sport in a decent college they usually wont let you take a major that has a lot of credits or has limited slots. You would have to be very good academically for them to let you take business and play tennis.

    gl tho
  5. techtennis

    techtennis New User

    Jul 21, 2009
    I think a lot depends on your grades and tennis ability. Fordham's tennis team is significantly weaker than at Villanova and Bryant. You may want to consider some D3 schools in the area if your tennis is not strong enough.

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