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Transferring Colleges & Eligibility Rules

08 Jun 2022

Student-athletes transferring once within the division can play immediately as long as they notify the school by the deadline. The deadline for tennis (a spring sport) is July 1 every year.

Redshirting Rules and College Readiness

08 Jun 2022

In men's and women's professional tennis, the average age of professionals has increased from the way it was 10 years ago. You see Rafael Nadal winning slams in 2022 when he was fully expected to spen...

Playing Eligibility Timeframe For NCAA DI, DII & DIII; NAIA & NJCAA Tennis

08 Jun 2022

How long can I compete in collegiate tennis? It is an often-asked question. Athletes have a certain timeframe allowed during which they can compete at Collegiate tennis. We broke it down by governing ...

NAIA Series – All You Need to Know About InCred, The Academic Credential Service Required For International Students For Playing NAIA

08 Jun 2022

InCred is a credential evaluation service that assists students, admissions officers, registrars and other university staff in determining how international education compares with the U.S. system for...

NAIA Series - Academic Eligibility Requirements for International Incoming Freshmen Playing NAIA

08 Jun 2022

If you have never started courses at a university or post-secondary institution, then you will be required to meet initial freshman eligibility standards. NAIA requirements for initial freshman eligib...

Links To Official Rulebooks For NCAA, NAIA, NJCAA & ITA

08 Jun 2022

Although we highlighted several rules and best practices throughout the guide, it is important for you to know the actual source for the official rulebooks. Below you will find the link to following o...

Introduction To College Tennis Landscape

08 Jun 2022

It is important to understand the college tennis landscape. US Collegiate tennis is divided into 4 main organizations who are responsible for compliance aspect including player eligibility.