First and foremost, if you can't be constructive or helpful... don't comment because I know many of us can be insulting and overly sarcastic to say the least. I'm going to be a junior at a university where the men's tennis team got into a bit of trouble and was suspended from the NCAA (wasn't a powerhouse team anyway). This happened the year before I went. There was no official ruling as to how long the suspension was going to last. So I went to the university because it was my number one choice school regardless of tennis. My freshman year I played USTA tournaments and kept in shape but focused on school as there was no team. My sophomore year, a team was formed and practices were held, but the university had to petition to play collegiate matches and in all about 5 were played. I'm sick and tired of letting my competitve career go to waste. Yes, I could train on my own or with a coach or hitting partners and play USTA/ITA/ITF tournaments until I graduate and then play after that until whenever. BUT I WANT TO PLAY COLLEGIATE TENNIS! My competitive spirit is ready to bust! I'm not sure what the rules are, but I was never recruited to play the my current university as I walked on. Due to the NCAA violation, I never signed any contracts or anything. So technically, I have YET TO EVEN PLAY an official NCAA match or be a part of a real NCAA team. At this point, I don't care where I play - D1, D2, D3, NAIA. As a junior I played the European junior circuit and was the number 2 district player at 16s and 18s in the US. I've emailed several D3 and a few top 30 D2 schools' coaches letting them know I was interested in playing. I'm not sure how to go about transfering schools as I'm not noticed in NCAA competition. I'm willing to do anything to play the next two, possibly three years of collegiate tennis. I will take a year off or wait until the spring semester. I will do what is required. Time is running out as I go back to my current university in one week almost. I NEED HELP!! I am desperate to un-do the biggest two years regret of my life.