Coaches are there to put together winning programs. That's their job, not to stroke the egos of Americans who are not even close to the level of their competition. Yes schools should do whatever it takes for them to make their program better, wether it be recruit a couple strong guys from the us and the rest foreign. When you look at it there are maybe 75-140 kids in a class that are good enough to play d1, and many of those kids go on to d3. And the top talent doesn't even go to d1(taylor Fritz, tiafoe, kozlov) You played 3 sports??? I'm sorry, but that's not the reality in today's athletes. My generation, as I am a current collegiate player, specialized. Look at the d1 tennis players and non of them are dual sport athletes. Today's world isn't like yours was. Tennis is a game, but winning is the business. Unless you're all about participation trophies. And success can be defined as many different things, winning the national championship is a goal yes and it's the ultimate prize but not every player can be good enough to be on a team that wins a national championship. I'm not, but my goal is to personally get a ranking and help lead my team into the national rankings and I am in a team that represents all 6 livable continents. And I'm the only American in the lineup, but not for a lack of recruiting but a lack of American talent wanting to come to us.