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Old 09-02-2011, 07:05 AM   #26
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Originally Posted by mojojojo View Post
The track being different is that boys tennis is so much more competitive with many more players and half the scholarships, less than that at many D1 schools, so they have to be that much better. The offers for a girl ranked 50-200 nationally is very different than the offers for boys ranked 50-200 nationally. The girls can get a full ride in that range and beyond, where many boys in that same range won't see any offer of scholarship $, but it can them get in the school they want. So boys have to play more tournaments to keep up and often train differently in pursuit of the same goals. That's the different path I meant.
The problem for both girls and boys is that so many available scholarships go to foreign students.

Why it's tough for our kids to get scholarhips, look at New Mexico State's men's and women's team, 100% foreigners!
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