Originally Posted by Clemson_tennis
Well it is true that there aren't a ton of good teams in d3. D1 is far deeper. There are probably only about 4-5 d3 schools that would be in the D1 top 75. Emory the only one with a shot at top 40. There are several results every week of lower d1 schools easily beating D2 and D3 schools.
I think the person who suggested schools like Villanova and Georgetown earlier is right. Those are great academic schools and also d1.
Like I said earlier there are several other benefits you get at a d1 school that are separate from scholarship.
Researching on Tennisrecruiting, Villanova and Georgetown seem to be a good place for my son. But a 3* may not get in if there are not many players graduating that year.
I can afford to pay full tution but a little scholarship would be nice after so many years of spending time and money on tennis.
It was a long and expensive journey so far with over two years left!!.