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Old 03-20-2011, 02:49 AM   #4
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Default Re: How to get a US scholarship

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Originally Posted by big_j_tennis View Post
Hi,

Does anyone know if it's too late to get a tennis scholarship in the US for next year (september 2011)?
Also, if I want to try to get one, what do I have to do?
Finally, do any D2, D3 or NAIA schools give scholarships? Because I don't think I'm good enough to get in D1...
What is the usual level for players in each category?

Thanks to anyone answering me!
I go to Sacred Heart University D1AA(Between D1 and D2) The avg player on the team is around a 5.0NTRP although we do have Krill Kysanov, who received a wild card into the pilot penn qualies. D2 Tennis is a joke. I'm around a 4.0 and I played a kid who was #5 singles @ Post University and beat him 6-0 6-0. If you are around a 4.0-4.5 and are looking at finding a scholarship I suggest Wager College(Its on staten island new york). It's D1 but their team is absolutely terrible. I would probably be # 1 or 2 on their team. Also take a look at fairfield university (In fairfield ct). Their campus is absolutely beautiful and their team is a lower level D1.
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