u.s. college tennis?
What to expect when competing in U.S. college tennis:
- The Fall semester is the individual season for tennis.
- You can expect to practice a maximum of 8 hours a week during the Fall.
- Your schedule will feature individual or small group practices.
- Weight lifting and conditioning will be required in addition to normal on-court practice
- Tennis is a Spring sport for team play, played in the second half of the U.S. school year.
- Dual Matches are usually between January and May.
- You can expect approximately 25 team matches in an average season.
- Dual matches consist of 3 doubles and 6 singles matches.
Men’s tennis programs all over the U.S. participate under all governing bodies and divisions.
The NCAA endorses three divisions of men’s collegiate tennis.
- Currently sponsor 317 men’s college tennis programs
- 4.5 full tennis scholarships are available per men’s college tennis team
- Currently sponsor 224 men’s college tennis programs
- 4.5 full tennis scholarships available per men’s college tennis team
- Currently sponsor 370 men’s college tennis programs
- Financial aid is available but is not considered tennis scholarship
The NJCAA endorses three divisions of men’s collegiate tennis.
- Currently sponsor 141 men’s college tennis programs across three divisions
- 9 full tennis scholarships available across all divisions
The NAIA endorses one division of men’s collegiate tennis.
- Currently sponsor 103 men’s college tennis programs
- 5 full tennis scholarships available per men’s college tennis team