What is the best tennis college with good-outstanding academics?

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  1. djoker23

    djoker23 New User

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    Hi guys,
    I am looking to go to a good tennis college with nice academics anyone have any suggestions?
     
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  2. Bash and Crash

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    way too many schools to answer that, any Pac-10 school, Big Ten, Sec.....
     
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  3. ClarkC

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    Are you looking to play on their varsity team, or enjoy being a spectator? If the former, what are your tennis rankings?
     
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  4. tennismom42

    tennismom42 Semi-Pro

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    read "THE" sticky: http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=70393

    This thread is currently on the 3rd page of these forums. Search for the word "sticky."

    follow the thread & you will will find all the answers to your questions about the recruiting process. It is a wonderful senior paper written by a young man who is still at Furman.

    Also, search the forums' search button. Enter the names of the schools you're interested in. Many people have commented.
     
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  5. Mada

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    Stanford imo.
     
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  6. longlivetennis

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    stanford and ucla
     
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  7. Fedace

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    Cal and Northwestern.
     
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  8. tennislife22

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    stanford for sure, but if your not at the very top of the rankings, use your tennis to help you get into an ivy league school
     
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  9. Eastern Technifibre

    Eastern Technifibre Rookie

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    College of the Desert
     
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  10. gogeta087

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    Theres something odd about this Fedace post...
     
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  11. tennislife22

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    I thought the same thing
     
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  12. wilsonplayer

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    some ivy league tennis is very very good...i know harvard, princeton, and i think yale all have great tennis teams that is very selective. i think marc powers is going to yale for tennis and he is what? top 30 in the nation?
     
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  13. justacityboy

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    In North Carolina, Wake Forest, UNC-Chapel Hill, and Duke are all top 50 schools with top 30 academics
     
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  14. sureshs

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    No mention of Stanford?
     
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